Women in Risk - Adelaide SA

5:30pm Wednesday, 6 March 2019
7:30pm Wednesday, 6 March 2019
Chapter Event
PwC
70 Franklin Street Level 11
Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Australia

In recognition of International Women’s Day, the RMIA South Australia Chapter has brought its popular Women in Risk event forward to March this year proudly sponsored by PwC. As always, everyone is welcome (don’t be shy, guys).

This year we are focusing on the topic of ethical conduct risk and how risk management can support their organisations in understanding and managing this risk exposure.

Come and join our wonderful panel (see attached bios) to discuss:

  • What examples of ethical conduct risk are organisations thinking about?
  • What mechanisms can be put in place to encourage ethical conduct?
  • What are the dangers of perverse incentives?
  • What impact could unethical conduct have on your brand, reputation, sustainability and profitability?
  • How can risk management help?

Panel members

  • Erma Ranieri - Comissioner for Public Sector Employment at South Australian Government
  • Robyn Clay - Head of Wealth Risk & Compliance at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
  • Alicia Genet - Head of Risk and Audit at Santos Limited
  • Di Kelly - General Manager Experience at ECH

The SA Chapter of RMIA is pleased to invite you to a great panel discussion on how ethical conduct risk can impact our organisations.   

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday 6 March 2019

Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm

Location: PwC - Level 11, 70 Franklin Street, Adelaide, SA

Panel Discussion starts at 5:50pm - Drinks, Nibbles and Networking before & after

 

Pricing

RMIA Members: $22.50 (inc GST)

Non-members: $45 (inc GST)

Students Members: $9 (inc GST)

Speakers

Erma Ranieri - Comissioner for Public Sector Employment at South Australian Government

As the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment, Erma Ranieri works passionately towards creating a world-leading public sector that serves South Australians well, does what it says it will do, and to which every public servant is proud to belong.

With the role of the public sector being to serve and support South Australia to thrive, Erma leads sector-wide reform to modernise the public sector. 

With a key focus on flexibility, diversity and leadership development to ensure the public sector is positioned as an Employer of Choice, Erma continues to challenge cultural and structural barriers to drive innovative, collaborative and connected services for the community.

Robyn Clay - Head of Wealth Risk & Compliance at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

Robyn has over 18 years’ experience across both the legal and banking professions.  Robyn has spent the last 5 years leading Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s Wealth Risk and Compliance division focusing on superannuation, managed funds, margin lending, financial planning and corporate trusts.  Prior to her most recent senior leadership role, Robyn held positions within the Bank in asset management, government relations, credit and legal.

Robyn has a Masters of Business Administration, Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Arts and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice

Alicia Genet - Head of Risk and Audit at Santos Limited

Alicia is the Head of Risk, Audit and Sustainability at Santos Limited and has been charged with leading a robust and contemporary approach to risk management and audit for the Santos group since 2015. With a background in corporate law and 15 years of experience working in private sector legal, strategic and external engagement roles, Alicia’s experience provides a strong foundation for her insights into effective risk management, practical governance and attainable sustainability. Someone who champions the importance of authenticity and inclusiveness in business, Alicia is focused on ensuring that risk and audit have a clear and insightful value proposition. A graduate of the AICD Company Directors Course and the Governor’s Leadership Foundation Program, Alicia is also a Director on the Board of RIMS Australasia (the International Risk Management Society), a member of the Audit and Risk Committee of the Leaders Institute of SA Inc. and Director and Secretary of Lolly Jar Circus Inc.

Di Kelly - General Manager Experience at ECH

Di is the General Manager Experience at ECH. She is focused on ensuring ECH deliver exceptional customer service and providing engaging and relevant communication that enables clients and their families to make informed decisions and access services to remain living confidently and independently at home for life.

Di has a Graduate Diploma in Marketing.

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Contact Information

Additional Information

Please direct any enquiries to:­­­

Brenda Head – BHead@ech.asn.au or

Trudy Minett – Trudy.minett@sa.gov.au