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GOVLAW seminars - Clubs and Pubs, casinos, crypto-currency, banking and finance sectors - 2019 and 2020

Andrew Fernbach, lawyer, GOVLAW

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Early Booking for group of 4
Early bird ticket for 4 persons + personalised Certificate by email + Lunch voucher
7 days before event starts $240.00 $0.00
Classic ticket for group of 4
Seminar for 4 persons + personalised Certificate by email + Lunch voucher
12 hours before event starts $280.00 $0.00
VIP ticket for 3
Seminar for 3 persons + email seminar slides for personal use + personalised Certificate by email + Lunch voucher
12 hours before event starts $295.00 $0.00
Group of 7 with light lunch
Seminar access for 7 + light lunch + personalised certificates by email
12 hours before event starts $580.00 $0.00

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Why GOVLAW?

 

1.  Regulatory experience - The GOVLAW presenter has over a decade of experience at the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regulator, AUSTRAC. Hear from a qualilfied lawyer.


2.  Speak my language - GOVLAW DNA is plain language communication about complex legal requirements. Ask questions about your business or community organisation.

3.  Save your time. Don't confuse the length of time for a training seminar and value for money. Does a day-long course which focuses on up-selling expensive compliance services, while being light on training content, provide better value?

 

Independent reviews of businesses regulated by AUSTRAC have demonstrated that staff may retain far less from a full day training course, than GOVLAW will cover in an hour.


 

2019 Seminar Dates

 

November

  • Beneficial ownership and AML/CTF compliance (21st November, 1-2pm) - Thursday lunchtime

December

  • Correspondent Banking, shell banks and AML/CTF compliance (4 December, 1-2pm) - Wednesday lunchtime

 

2020 Seminar Dates

 

February 

  • Pubs and Clubs - AML/CTF for Managers and Staff (19th February, 1-2pm)  - Wednesday lunchtime

March

  • Pubs and Clubs - AML/CTF for Boards and Committees (24th March, 1-2pm)  - Tuesday lunchtime

April 

  • Pubs and Clubs - AML/CTF for Managers and Staff (1st April, 1-2pm)  -        Wednesday lunchtime

May

  • Pubs and Clubs - AML/CTF for Boards and Committees (13th May, 1-2pm)  - Wednesday lunchtime

June 

  • Pubs and Clubs - AML/CTF for Managers and Staff (17th June, 1-2pm) -      Wednesday lunchtime

 

What is included?

  • Lunch voucher option (from the Hub café):
    • Sandwiches: free-range Chicken with spring Onion & Mayo, Egg & Lettuce, Super Salad (V) or free-range Chicken, Avo & Bacon (as available on the day)
    • Barista coffee and teas.
  • Light lunch option (served in the training room):
    • Fresh sliced sandwiches, baguettes & ciabattas, featuring free-range meats, house-made mayo & condiments
    • Freshly cut seasonal fruit.


Reasons why we don't attend professional development...

 

1.  "I have work deadlines" - a focus on short term KPIs can lead to loosing sight of compliance strategy and may actually damage your business...think regulator enforcement and customer remediation costs.

 
2.  "I'm too busy" - a lack of training can leave key staff under-prepared for promotion interviews and performance reviews.

3.  "I don't have time to fit in lunch and a seminar" - all tickets come with a lunch voucher or group catering.

 

 

FAQs

 

Looking for a seminar tailored to your business or on-site?

GOVLAW can provide a quote for a seminar tailored to your business. We can host a seminar in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane or Adelaide. Past topics have included:

  • AUSTRAC v CBA ($700m) and AUSTRAC v Tabcorp ($45 million) - lessons learned
  • PEPs - Politically Exposed Persons
  • Financial Services Royal Commission: Red flags and Compliance Strategies
  • ASIC 'game changing' new penalty increases, Product Intervention Powers and Responsible Lending
  • Digital Currency Exchanges and AUSTRAC - crypto-currencies
  • Open Banking and Consumer Data Rights.

 

Is this confidential?

The ‘Chatham House rule’ applies. GOVLAW reserves the right to use de-identified insights from group discussion on industry trends for professional development and academic purposes.

Have questions about GOVLAW seminars - Clubs and Pubs, casinos, crypto-currency, banking and finance sectors - 2019 and 2020? Contact Andrew Fernbach, lawyer, GOVLAW

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The Hub
Level 2, 696 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Australia

Organiser

Andrew Fernbach, lawyer, GOVLAW

Legal advice for business:
- Government negotiation and exemptions.
- Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF) compliance and training.
- Commercial contracts in plain language.

A member of the Commonwealth Association of Legislative Counsel.

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