$396 – $440

Lessons from the Royal Commission into misconduct in the banking, superannu...

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Area of Interest: Banking, financial services and superannuation

This seminar will review the establishment, workings, impact and lessons learnt from the financial services Royal Commission. It will include an expert panel on the recommendations of the Commission and changes to law and enforcement that are likely to follow. The discussion will provide commentary on issues, including: changes to banks’ lending practices, how super funds are run and the way in which providers of life insurance market their products and handle claims.


CPD units: Four (4)
Knowledge area: Substantive law
Cost: $396 - $440


The Royal Commission - A review

  • Royal Commissions past and present - how they work
  • How and why this one was different
  • The terms of reference and how they informed the hearings
  • The impact of the Commission on the subjects of the reference:
  • i - banks
  • ii - insurance
  • iii - superannuation
  • Lessons to be learned for future Commissions

Panel Discussion – Outcomes of the Royal Commission: where to now?


Speakers:
James Glissan ESM QC, Barrister, H B Higgins Chambers and Darien Nagle, Barrister, H B Higgins Chambers

Panel:
Chair: Professor Dimity Kingsford Smith, UNSW Law
Panellists:
John Morgan, Consultant, Allens and Adjunct Associate Professor, UNSW Law – insurance
Elise Ivory, Partner, Dentons – banking (retail credit and consumer banking)
Michael Mathieson, Senior Regulatory Counsel, Allens – superannuation and financial advice
Scott Donald, UNSW Law – implications for regulators, ASIC and APRA


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