What will it take to restore trust in banks: rules or behaviour?
7.30am–9.00am Monday 15 July 2019
This panel discussion focuses on conduct risk, behaviour and decision-making in the Australian Financial Services.
Chaired by John Kehoe, a senior reporter from the Australian Financial Review, the event brings together internationally recognised behavioural experts, practitioners, and regulators to constructively discuss what actions can be taken to restore trust in Australian banks.
These issues have grown in prominence in light of the recent Royal Commission, APRA self-assessments into governance and culture, and research findings on drivers of misconduct and unethical behaviour.
While the discussion will focus on banks, the potential implications for practice are much wider.
• John Kehoe
Senior Reporter, The Australian Financial Review
• Alessandra Capezio
Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour, ANU Research School of Management
• Rob Briner
Professor of Organisational Psychology at Queen Mary University of London
• Victoria Whitaker
Partner, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
Darling Street Room, National Press Club,
16 National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600
Breakfast will be provided » Register now
Registrations close 11 July