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Post-Hayne: The State of Financial Regulation in Australia | Sydney

  • Caroll & O'Dea Level 18, St James Centre, 111 Elizabeth Street Sydney (map)

Sweeping changes are expected in the way Australia's financial sector is regulated in the wake of the Final Report handed down by the Financial Services Royal Commission. From reforms to the markets for mortgage brokers, financial advisers and super fund providers, to major changes in the way the regulators can enforce their statutory duties, Commissioner Hayne's recommendations will impact almost every part of the banking, financial services and superannuation industries.

This event will distil the key findings of the Royal Commission, highlight areas of regulatory reform and provide an update on the state of financial sector enforcement - both public and private - post-Royal Commission.

A panel of experts will discuss the major developments in regulation and enforcement arising from the Financial Services Royal Commission: 

  • Professor Dimity Kingsford Smith, Director of the Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation at UNSW, 

  • Dominique Hogan-Doran SC, Senior Counsel at 5 Wentworth,

  • Miranda Nagy, Principal Lawyer at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers in Class Actions.

Our panellists bring a unique set of perspectives on the state of regulation and enforcement post-Hayne - an event not to be missed.

The details are:

  • Where: Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers, Level 18, St James Centre, 111 Elizabeth Street 

  • When: Tuesday 9 April 2019, 6:00pm-8:00pm 

  • Cost: Free but donations welcome