The Responsible Lending & Borrowing Summit is in its second year and is proving timely with much debate around open banking, unethical practice, erosion of trust and hot debates like ‘interest only loans’. This year we will have a stronger focus on the role of the consumer and the ethical practices that need to be in place in a climate of greater disruption and opportunity for lending institutions.
With Neo Banks, on the horizon in Australia and challenges around trust for institutions we will focus on some major issues challenging lending institutions in this time of great disruption and greater digitisation. From payday lending trends, abroad to over capitalised customers locally.
With a focus on the most important concepts in the industry now, this event is set to be a definitive forum for banks and lenders especially in re-building trust.
Most importantly, there will be a keynote presentations from industry regulators on significant policy updates for responsible lending and borrowing in 2018 and beyond.
Innovative case studies, valuable networking opportunities and crucial market updates ensure that the Responsible Lending and Borrowing Summit 2018 will be an essential event for all those in the banking, finance and legal industry.
What to expect:
- Key regulatory updates
- Addresses from consumer advocate organisations
- Perspectives on how Fintech is playing a greater role for lending institutions
- Focus on the establishment of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA)
- A look at what unethical lending practices have eroded trust in banking & finance
- Case studies – what have we learnt from scandals and malpractice?
Assistant Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
Group Senior Manager - Credit, ASIC
Lead Ombudsman, Banking & Finance, Financial Ombudsman Service
Colin Neave AM
Customer Fairness Advisor, ANZ
Chief Operating Officer, Heritage Bank
Director, Black Diamondz
Chief Operations Officer, Teachers Mutual Bank
Managing Director, The Risk Board
Lecturer, The University of Canberra
CTO - International, Corelogic
Head of Legal & Company Secretary, Experian
CEO, Pepper Group