Recorded Forum Session: Panel session - Regulators’ panel
Monday, 11 May 2020
8:00am to 8:00am
Cost (Inc GST)
Virtual Governance and Risk Management Forum 2020
You will receive an email with a link to this recorded session once you register. If you do not receive this email, contact us on 1800 251 849
Panel session: Regulators’ panel
- Focusing regulatory efforts on meeting the challenge of COVID-19
- Market volatility and the task for resiliency and stability
Chair: Lyn Nicholson FGIA, General Counsel, Holding Redlich
Lyn Nicholson is General Counsel in the Corporate Group of Holding Redlich.
Lyn advises on privacy and data issues, including in relation to the regulation of credit information. She also advises on directors’ duties and practical governance issues for both listed and unlisted companies. Her transactional work focuses on the information services industry where she deals with various forms of technology, intellectual property and a range of issues that are legally ambiguous and often at the cutting edge of technology.
Lyn is a board member of iappANZ and a fellow of both the Governance Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Kevin Lewis FGIA, Chief Compliance Officer, ASX
Kevin Lewis has been Chief Compliance Officer of ASX since July 2010. He is responsible for overseeing the compliance and enforcement services to the various ASX Group entities that operate markets or clearing and settlement facilities.
Kevin is a leading authority in financial services regulation and compliance. He has practised law for over 30 years, specialising in financial services, mergers and acquisitions and corporate matters, and has held a number of senior management positions with law firms and as in-house counsel.
He has been a partner of the law firms Freehills, Atanaskovic Hartnell and Chang, Pistilli & Simmons and the General Counsel of Bankers Trust Australia Limited.
John Price, Commissioner, Australian Securities and Investments Commission
John Price commenced as an ASIC Commissioner on 21 March 2012.
He has over 15 years regulatory experience in a variety of regulatory roles at ASIC relating to policy making, fundraising, mergers and acquisitions, financial services and products, licensing, insolvency, ASIC's Registry and financial reporting and audit.
John was previously a member of CAMAC, an advisory body to Government on corporate and markets issues and also the Financial Reporting Council, a body providing broad oversight of various accounting and audit-related issues in Australia.
The Hon Dr Gary Johns, Commissioner, Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission
The Hon Dr Gary Johns took up the role of Commissioner following a long and varied career in public service and policy advice, including as the author or editor of nine books on public policy. He was an inaugural board member of Volunteers Australia, a member of the Prime Minister’s Business Community Partnership, and the committee to design the Redress Scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse.
Gary was a member of the House of Representatives from 1987-1996 and served variously as Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, and Special Minister of State and Assistant Minister for Industrial Relations. He served as an Associate Commissioner of the Commonwealth Productivity Commission 2002-2004.