What does good culture look like?
The governance of financial sector firms is fiercely under the microscope. How the industry responds to the banking royal commission and APRA’s CBA report is crucial. These significant regulatory reviews reflect the broader lack of trust that institutions need to rebuild. One thing is clear, culture and governance is very difficult to get right.
Emphasis in the past has rested on policies, procedures and frameworks and there is now support for an approach based on ethics, values and principles. Board members and managers need to understand what actually drives behaviour and what environment encourages the right decisions. Embedding the principles and values that will drive the right behaviours across the organisation is a key focus area moving forward. The challenge is translating theory into real change.
The Culture & Governance in Financial Services conference will address ‘where to next’ following a year of intense scrutiny and change.
- Measure and manage risk culture and behavioural risk
- Examine how boards can affect real change and achieve better governance
- Prepare for the Banking Executive Accountability Regime
- Draw lessons on risk and culture from outside the financial sector
- Understand organisational behaviour and leadership and the psychology of risk
- Drive ethical behaviour and embed culture change throughout the organisation+
Who will attend?
All financial institutions across banking, insurance, fund management and superannuation. Board Members, CEOs, Company Secretaries, Legal Counsels as well as Senior Managers across:
- Risk Management
- Regulatory Affairs
- Risk Culture
Attend to learn:
- Define where to next following a year of intense scrutiny and change
- Learn from local and international experts in the field of culture, governance and behavioural risk
- Hear case studies from a range of industries to broaden perspectives on culture
- Take away new approaches to embed ethics, values and principles across your organisation