APRA's Prudential Standard CPS 220 Risk Management commenced on 1 January 2015. What does the standard include? Who is caught by it? And what does it mean in practice for the Board of an ADI? This workshop addresses these questions and more.
Susan Campbell is a leading risk management expert with substantial experience in senior roles in the finance and corporate sectors. Susan worked for many years with major banks in Melbourne and London as a treasury advisor to Australian and international firms before a subsequent appointment to the role of the Treasurer for Sussan Corporation, a large Australian property and retail group. She has also held a senior lecturer position at RMIT University.
For the last 20 years Susan has run a successful consulting business, ARGYLL, specialising in treasury operations, transactional banking, risk management and internal controls. She also presents and writes for various professional bodies in Australia and overseas.
Susan is a non-executive director of Heritage Bank and Benetas Aged Care and serves on their risk committees. Her role at Heritage Bank, Australia’s largest member-owned bank, gives Susan direct experience and insight into the role of good risk management in financial institutions.
This course will be of particular value and relevance to individuals in the banking sector. It is suitable for those responsible for the management and implementation of the new standard including: Responsible Persons, senior executives and Board members, legal counsel and internal audit, and Group finance, treasury or risk staff.
This workshop discusses the elements of CPS 220, its intention as a framework and the intricacies and ambiguities of its requirements. You will be able to:
Very well presented.
The workshop was very informative, provided good discussion and was a good learning platform.