ASIC Annual Forum 2017

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20–21 March 2017

Increased competition, a growing appetite for digital solutions and public questioning of institutions are redefining the financial landscape. At the same time, global markets continue to be rocked by the unexpected. With such financial sector uncertainty, are we doing enough to future-proof our system?

Over two days, the Forum will explore the balance between innovation and stability in our rapidly transforming financial system. What's the right balance when planning for a future we can only begin to imagine?

The Fourth Industrial Revolution - Opening Address by ASIC Chairman, Greg Medcraft

Three themes from the ASIC Annual Forum - Closing Address by ASIC Chairman, Greg Medcraft

We are pleased to announce our confirmed speakers:

Rachel Botsman

Rachel Botsman
Author and Trust Researcher

Grace Brasington

Grace Brasington
Vice President, Global Banking and Financial Markets, IBM

Wayne Byres
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority


The Hon Robert French AC
Former Chief Justice,
High Court of Australia

David Gonski

David Gonski AC
ANZ Banking Group Ltd & Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd

Maureen Jensen

Maureen Jensen
Chair and CEO,
Ontario Securities Commission

Ravi Menon

Ravi Menon
Managing Director,
Monetary Authority of Singapore

Sam Mostyn

Sam Mostyn
Deputy Chair, Diversity Council Australia

Paul Muthaura

Paul Muthaura
Chief Executive, Capital Markets Authority (Kenya)

Timothy Pilgrim

Timothy Pilgrim PSM
Australian Information Commissioner and
Australian Privacy Commissioner

Dominic Stevens

Dominic Stevens
Managing Director and CEO, ASX


Maggie Zhou
Managing Director (Australia & New Zealand),
Alibaba Group

Program highlights


Registrations have now closed. 


Hilton Sydney Grand Ballroom

Monday 20 March 2017 | 5.30 pm – 9.30 pm

A Brave New World

Peter Harmer and Matt Symons, in conversation with Emma Alberici, will explore the key issues that are redefining our financial landscape. How should we approach financial inclusion in an increasingly digitised world? What impact might artificial intelligence have on business models and accountability? Will globalisation or fragmentation win out as new political landscapes and evolving technologies change the way we do business?


Emma Alberici
Journalist, ABC


Matt Symons
Co-Founder, Red Marker


Peter Harmer
Managing Director and CEO, IAG



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