Enhance your regulatory decision making and deliver better outcomes
Conference Date
25 - 26 October 2022
Early Bird - Save $200
Book by 07/10/22


Drive efficient and targeted regulation reinforced by regulatory intelligence
The journey to modern regulatory practices is driving regulators to move away from traditional compliance methods to using data-driven insights and intelligence to respond appropriately to detect and prevent non-compliance, maximise resources and drive efficiencies. An intelligence-led regulatory approach will enable regulators to drive better decision making and be outcomes-focussed.

The Hatchery’s Intelligence-Led Regulation online conference will bring together regulatory professionals, experts and best practice case studies from a wide range of jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand. Across two days, the event will focus on different levels of transformation and maturity to discuss the challenges and opportunities of an intelligence-led regulatory approach.

What should you expect from this summit?

  • Benchmark against other regulators and learn from the steps they have taken to enable successful intelligence-led regulation
  • Take away insights on how to use data and regulatory intelligence to improve your regulatory decision-making
  • In depth seminars on building your intelligence capabilities and how regulatory intelligence can contribute to performance reporting
  • Interactive group networking sessions with peers from across the sector who are in different stages of their intelligence-led journey
  • Excellent connectivity and a tailored online experience facilitated by our premier conference platform and experienced IT, AV and delivery teams

Who will attend?

Federal, State and Local Government regulatory agencies, government departments & associations responsible for:
  • Intelligence & Analysis
  • Compliance
  • Investigations & Enforcement
  • Behavioural Insights
  • Regulatory Analyst
  • Intelligence Analyst
  • Research & Information
  • Regulatory Practice & Operations
  • Strategy & Policy
  • Compliance Monitoring
  • Audits & Compliance Monitoring
  • Inspection
  • Intelligence Officers
  • Compliance & Enforcement
  • Compliance Analyst
  • Analysis & Reform
  • Compliance & Improvement
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    What will you take away?

    • Hear practical insights from regulators on their intelligence-led journey
    • Explore the role of data & intelligence in regulatory decision making
    • Learn how to mature your existing intelligence function
    • Uncover the fundamentals of successful intelligence-led regulation
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    Key Speakers

    Lily Dekic
    Deputy Commissioner
    Wage Inspectorate Victoria
    Jacqueline Agius
    WHS Commissioner
    WorkSafe ACT
    Phil Parkes
    Chief Executive Officer
    WorkSafe New Zealand
    Jane Lin
    General Manager Data and Intelligence
    Australian Competition & Consumer Commission

    What People Are Saying

    • “The presenters provided practical advice and knowledge that could be easily applied to many government regulatory settings. I was extremely impressed with the subject matter expertise of each of the presenters. I would recommend this as a ‘must see’ for anyone working in a regulatory environment.”

      Acting Director, Queensland Racing Integrity Commission, October 2021
    • “This is my second Intelligence-Led Regulation conference. Each time I have come away with new ideas and concepts to introduce into my agency.”

      Team Leader, CICT – Assessment Coordination and Dispute Resolution Team, Fairwork Ombudsman
    • “The Hatchery provides interesting and relevant seminars which are run with the utmost professionalism. Their speakers are well-qualified and insightful in their presentations. I would recommend The Hatchery to anyone looking to enhance their professional knowledge in their field of expertise.”

      Manager Enforcement & Prosecutions, NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority, October 2021