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The 24th Annual Credit Law Conference  

The 24th Annual Credit Law Conference

The Annual Credit Law Conference is now in its 24th year. This event offers key insights from the regulators; thought-provoking sessions from industry leaders; and updates on all the regulatory changes impacting the sector.

1 - 3 October 2014 | Sheraton Mirage Resort & Spa, Gold Coast

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The annual Credit Law Conference is an important event on the calendar for professionals within the credit sector.  Each year, representatives from the major banks and lenders, regulatory bodies and representatives from the legal profession, gather to network and discuss the key issues confronting the sector.

2014 is a significant year significant with the introduction of the privacy reform within credit reporting as well as ongoing changes within the financial services landscape, key discussions will incorporate regulatory perspectives, policy initiatives and best practice compliance measures associated with credit law.

 

Mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD/MCLE)
Under Rule 42.1.6 of the Revised Professional Conduct and Practice Rules all practitioners must complete one unit of education each year in the following three fields* (www.lawsociety.com.au)

* ethics and professional responsibility
* practice management and business skills
* professional skills

Each session of the The Credit Law agenda details what area of study is being addressed and how many CPD points are claimable.
Please retain your conference regsitration receipt as proof of attendance.

 

If you would like to send a team of delegates to this year's event, Please contact Keith Barks, E-Mail: Keith.Barks@informa.com.au or Tel: 02 9080 4342 to organise a discounted rate for you and your colleagues to attend.

 

The 2013 Credit Law Conference took place on 24th October 2013 exploring key insights from the regulators; thought-provoking sessions from industry leaders; and updates on all the regulatory changes impacting the sector.

A selection of presentations from the conference are below.

Browser through the complete archives of presentations from 2013 Credit Law Conference on Informa's Slideshare page.

John Zak, National Electronic Conveyancing Development Limited
National Electronic Conveyancing Lodgement platform


Philip Field
Financial Ombudsman Service
NCCP Enhancement Act – hardship changes




Panel discussion: Hardship

 

Go to slideshare for complete archives of presentations from the 2013 Credit Law Conference.

 
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