Benefiting from strong relationships & effective engagement strategies with regulators
Conference Date
19th & 20th March 2019
The Grace Hotel, Sydney
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Building strong & transparent relationships with regulators
With an increase in assertiveness from major regulators such as ASIC & ACCC, more so than ever in today’s environment, corporate entities need to ensure their relationships with regulators are strong and transparent. In order to prepare for periods of regulatory review, it is important to carefully consider how to effectively engage with the regulator, from a long-term advocacy position to day-to-day.

If and when a significant regulatory inquiry arises, organisations need to be prepared and be in position to respond effectively so that stakeholders are informed and steps are taken to minimise intrusion to the business.

This extremely timely Preparing & Responding to Regulatory Review conference will address how to engage with regulators to ensure activities are transparent and compliant in an environment where entities are being more closely scrutinised than ever.

Key learnings include
  • Understand the drivers behind growing regulatory scrutiny and how to be prepared
  • Know how to work with regulation in today’s environment
  • Build strong relationships with regulators from long term to day-to-day
  • Effectively operate the business under a raft of changing regulations
  • Navigate regulatory relationships with tailored and effective engagement strategies
  • Hear best practices for managing a major regulatory inquiry

Who will attend?
From industries including finance, energy, technology, infrastructure, telcos & more:
  • General Counsels
  • Heads of Legal/Regulation
  • Regulatory Strategy/Regulatory Affairs
  • Regulatory Lawyers
  • Compliance
  • Governance
  • Board Members & Company Secretaries
Along with Law Firms, Regulators & Industry Bodies

Attend to learn:

  • Prepare your organisation for an increasing level of regulatory scrutiny
  • Set & navigate effective engagement strategies with regulators
  • Hear best practices for managing a major regulatory inquiry
  • Ensure effective business operations amidst changing & complex regulations
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Key Speakers

Elizabeth Molyneux
General Manager Energy Markets Regulation
AGL Energy
Ian Pendleton
General Counsel & Company Secretary
First State Super
Michael Cosgrave
Executive General Manager, Infrastructure Regulation
Australian Competition & Consumer Commission
Henrietta Thomas
Regulatory Strategy & Financial Crime
Tabcorp Holdings


What People Are Saying

  • “I was really impressed by the quality and enthusiasm of the presenters. Some great takeaways that I’ll definitely implement in our business.”

    Craig Nichols
    Legal Counsel, Credit Union Australia


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