ACI Financial Year 2012/2013 Networking Roadshow - 2 CPD Points
Join ACI Managing Director Martin Tolar to welcome in the new financial year and hear about what is on the ACI agenda for 2012/2013. Updates on the ACI Salary Survey, Benchamrking Survey and of course, the Inaugural GRC 2012 Conference will be discussed.
Martin Tolar Managing Director, ACI
Martin has had over ten years experience working within the Association sector, five years of which has been with ACI as Managing Director. Martin has been invited to speak at a number of anti-corruption conferences and also recently completed ACI's CCP program with a focus on the Securency bribery scandal. Martin has been a University Lecturer in economics, finance and management, and possesses a strong understanding of Government and its practices due to time spent in Local and Federal Government as a councilor and a Ministerial Adviser.
Sydney: Tuesday 10 July, 5.30pm-7.30pm
Brisbane: Thursday 12 July, 5.30pm-7.30pm
Melbourne: Tuesday 17 July, 5.30pm-7.30pm
Adelaide: Wednesday 18 July, 12.30pm-2.30pm
Perth: Thursday 19 July, 5.30pm-7.30pm
Auckland : Monday 23 July, 12.30pm-2.30pm
Auckland guest speaker: Sean Hughes Chief Executive, Financial Markets Authority
|Regulatory Reform in New Zealand and FMA’s current and future priorities|
The Financial Market Authority (FMA) was established on 1 May 2011 to promote and facilitate the development of fair, efficient and transparent financial markets. FMA CEO Sean Hughes will discuss how the new regulator has engaged with the market to set expectations and provide clear guidance to market participants and investors. Looking ahead, Hughes will also outline key priorities for FMA over the next 12 months which will cover the Financial Markets Conduct Bill, the importance of effective disclosure and investor information, FMA’s approach to the role of litigation and its role in addressing emerging risks.
Please see below for complete list of locations.
Light refreshments will be served at all events.
Free of charge
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