Culture, Ethics, Banking and a Digital Future

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The University of New South Wales' Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation 2018 Practitioner's Forum will be held at The Mint in Macquarie Street, Sydney, on Friday 23 February 2018. 

The purpose of the program is to give attendees the latest thinking on the big issues in law and policy related to corporations, banking and finance for 2018.

I am looking forward to delivering the practitioner's response to an address by APRA Chairman Wayne Byres on the new Banking Executives Accountability Regime (BEAR).

In anticipation of the Banking Royal Commission the program also includes three experts on culture, ethics, law and regulation in the financial sector, who will discuss how these inter-connect and the Commission might consider these issues.

The community is expecting ever more from corporations, and so are the Parliament and the courts. Another session discusses how director’s duties may be both ‘public’ and ‘private’.

Finally, the financial sector is at the fore-front of digital change. Our speakers including a great computing science communicator, legal academic and regulator will give you the latest on digital currencies, blockchain and initial coin offerings.

Download programme here

Tickets: https://webpay.fin.unsw.edu.au/OneStopWeb/LAW_CLPF_2018