Articles tagged "Royal Commission"

General Insurance and Trust – is there a role for Actuaries?

The issue of consumer trust has attracted significant attention in the financial services industry in the last year or two. Here, Estelle Pearson offers her view on why this evolved to be the case and gives a glimpse into how the role of actuaries may potentially need to adapt to help foster trust again in the general insurance industry.

APRA Chairman Wayne Byres' speech on professionalism in financial services

APRA Chairman Wayne Byres' speech "Good banking, by good bankers" is an important call to financial services professionals to heed the lessons of the Royal Commission and improve the professionalism in the industry.

The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.

Members are aware that Royal Commissioner Hayne has delivered an interim report of findings on September 28. This report does not cover insurance or superannuation matters which will be included in the final report, scheduled for release on 1 February 2019.

The HIH Royal Commission: Lessons for today - Actuaries Podcast

From "excitedly finding 'smoking guns' in emails" to getting "requests for interviews from 4-Corners within 24 hrs", Estelle Pearson and Tony Coleman share their unique insights into the HIH Royal Commission, drawing lessons for today.

Social Risks for financial institutions - The Dialogue Podcast

The next instalment of the Dialogue Podcast series explores why conventional risk management may be failing Australia's financial institutions, which have been subjected to tougher regulations, and now a Royal Commission.

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Redress and Civil Litigation - Recommendations of the Child Sexual Abuse Royal Commission

Geoff Atkins summarises the final report on Redress and Civil Liability, on behalf of the Working Group on Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

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