After overwhelming feedback indicating the need of a stand-alone event, we are excited to present the inaugural Responsible Lending and Borrowing Summit 2017.
With a focus on the most important concepts in the industry at this time, this event is set to be the definitive forum for banks and lenders.
Most importantly, there will be a keynote presentation from industry regulators ASIC on the significant policy updates for responsible lending and borrowing in 2017 and beyond.
The emergence of peer to peer lending, lessening the likelihood of non-compliance and fraud ‘red-flags’ will all feature; as well as interesting perspectives from both credit unions and community banks on how they approach lending differently to the ‘Big 4’.
Innovative case studies, valuable networking opportunities and crucial market updates ensure that the Responsible Lending and Borrowing Summit 2017 will be an essential event for all those in the banking, finance and legal industry.
Associate, Cowell Clarke Commercial Lawyer
Group Senior Manager - Credit, ASIC
Deputy Ombudsman, Credit & Investment Ombudsman
Lead Ombudsman – Banking & Finance, Financial Ombudsman Service
CEO, Code Compliance and Monitoring Committee
Co-Founder & COO, Society One
Partner, Dibbs Barker
Head of Legal & Company Secretary, Experian
Senior Manager, Corporate Sustainability & Financial Inclusion, ANZ
Partner, Minter Ellison
Head of Government, Regulatory & Industry Affairs, ARCA
Associate Director, Economics and Industry Policy, ABA
Director, Banking and Finance Oath, Consulting Fellow, The Ethics Centre
Lawyer For Financial Service Providers, Bright Corporate Law
Head of Risk, Community First Credit Union
GM (Compliance) & Secretariat, Police Bank
Lawyer - Financial Services, Credit, Privacy and Commercial Litigation, Credit Unions Australia
Group Executive Ratings and Financial Services, Canstar (moderator)
Risk Analytics Expert, ARQ
Senior Solicitor, Legal Aid Queensland, Queensland
Principal Solicitor, Financial Rights Legal Centre, New South Wales
CEO, Consumer Action Law Centre, Victoria
Partner, Clayton Utz
Lawyer for Financial Service Providers, Bright Corporate Law