TWO DAY ONLINE CONFERENCE
Identify & understand risks to enhance the efficiency of your compliance program
Conference Date
Tuesday 23rd & Wednesday 24th February 2021
Location
Online
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Overview

Strategies to build a robust risk-based framework
Regulators in Australia and New Zealand are actively exploring the shift to a risk-based approach; to prioritise effort in assisting compliance, and identifying and enforcing instances of non-compliance effectively. With risks constantly evolving, the right risk-based approach will play a critical role in ensuring timely and prompt action towards identified risks.

The Driving Risk-Based Regulation digital conference will bring together regulatory professionals, experts and best practice case studies from a wide range of jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand, who are looking to discuss the challenges and opportunities of riskbased regulation.

Why attend this event?
  • Benchmark against other regulators and learn from the steps they have taken to modernise their regulatory practice in transitioning to risk-based regulation
  • Hear a range of case studies on how regulators can use shared data to detect and prevent non-compliance
  • Gain new approaches and tools to demonstrate benefits of an risk-based approach
  • Get access to all the need to know information made available to you online, both live and on-demand
  • Take away insights on how to harness big data and realise its possibilities
  • Learn how to use your resources effectively by identifying the high risk operators through data sharing
  • Bypass social distancing and keep growing your professional network by connecting digitally
  • Share your thoughts and ask your burning questions in interactive polls, small group discussions and live Q&A


  • Who will attend?
    Federal, State and Local Government regulatory agencies, government departments & associations responsible for:
  • Risk
  • Strategy
  • Policy
  • Compliance
  • Regulation
  • Regulatory Practice
  • Regulatory Operations
  • Intelligence
  • Data Analytics
  • Benefits of attending

    • Understand how to effectively identify, define & address risk
    • Utilise data, intelligence & engagement to drive compliance
    • Develop processes to support regulatory decision-making & strategy
    • Effectively implement a risk-based regulatory approach
    • Maximise innovations in regulatory technology
    • Understand how to harness data-analytics to identify patterns & trends
    • Effectively evaluate compliance to demonstrate change & the benefits of being risk-based
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    Key Speakers

    Rose Webb
    Deputy Secretary Better Regulation Division and Commissioner Fair Trading
    Department of Customer Service NSW
    Tracy Mackey
    Chief Executive Officer
    Environment Protection Authority NSW
    Professor Jeroen van der Heijden
    Chair in Regulatory Practice, School of Government
    Victoria University of Wellington
    Sue McCarrey
    Chief Executive Officer
    Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator

    Endorsers & Media Partners