Here are some of the experts we work with.
Principal Lawyer and Director | LAWyal Solicitors
Leonie Chapman’s experience extends to banking and finance, consumer credit and mortgage lending, contract negotiation, commercial and corporate law, trade practices and fair-trading legislation, intellectual property and financial services.
Her previous experience as an in-house lawyer for Bluestone Group Pty Ltd and Macquarie Bank Limited supporting the Banking and Financial Services Division, has given her a deep understanding of the banking and finance industry and has also ensured that her legal and compliance advice is delivered with the highest degree of quality and commerciality.
Regulatory Compliance Consultant
Geeta is the principal consultant at Teal Blu, a boutique regulatory compliance consultancy firm based in Singapore providing expertise and tailored services to organisations doing business in Asia Pacific.
She has over 20 years of experience covering compliance, risk, governance and audit for top tier Asia Pacific, US and European based organisations.
Her experience includes expertise in advising financial services, financial technology, trading venues, brokerage, pharmaceutical and life sciences organisations.
◽ Corporate governance
◽ Regulatory compliance
◽ Compliance and risk management frameworks
◽ Compliance and ethics culture
Qualifications & Certifications
◽ MBA ( Business Law, International Business) -University of New England
◽ BAppSC - University of Sydney
Executive Director and Principal Lawyer,
Fairsupply.com.au Pty Ltd
Kimberly is an experienced, and innovative human rights advocate specialising in modern slavery. Having begun her legal career in commercial litigation at top tier law firms in both Australia and the United States, Kimberly holds a strong and diverse professional network. Kimberly most recently held the role as Senior Director of Corporate and Legal for International Justice Mission Australia, a global office of the world’s largest international anti - slavery NGO.
Kimberly is a sought-after expert and speaker in the field of modern slavery having provided evidence at both the Commonwealth and New South Wales Parliamentary Inquiries into Modern Slavery. In 2017, Kimberly appeared on an expert panel at the UNODC Conference on Child Exploitation.
Principal & Consultant Legal Know-How,
She holds a Master of Law and Management from UNSW and specialises in banking and financial services law and legal knowledge management. Karen established her legal consulting practice, Legal Know-How, in 2012. She provides expert advice to law firms, large corporates and SME businesses on risk management, legal and business process improvement, legal documentation, regulatory compliance and knowledge management.
Prior to this, Karen worked extensively in-house, including as Head of Legal for a leading Australasian non-bank lender, as well as in top-tier private practice, including as Counsel at Allen & Overy and Clayton Utz.
20-20 Risk Advisory & Insights
Mark Wilson is an accomplished Chief Risk Officer, Chief Audit Executive, commentator, speaker and consultant with more than 20 years’ risk management experience.
During this time, he has specialised in the development and transformation of functions across all facets of risk management, including Enterprise Risk Management; Internal Audit; fraud; regulatory compliance; insurance; security; health and safety; crisis management; and business continuity.
Mark is the Principal Consultant at specialist risk management advisory, 20-20 Risk. Prior to this, he worked as Chief Risk Officer and Chief Audit Executive at Seven West Media, AUSPAC Chief Risk Officer for Huawei Technologies and various other risk management roles at KPMG, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Macquarie Bank.
Founder & Executive Director
Anthony Quinn is the Founder and Executive Director of Arctic Intelligence, Australian-based but globally focussed RegTech firm that was founded in late 2015 that specialises in audit, risk and compliance software related to financial crime compliance and risk management.
In late 2016, Anthony also co-founded AML Accelerate with the goal of developing a cloud-based platform that would help regulated businesses in over 30 industry sectors in conducting enterprise-wide money laundering and terrorism financing risk assessments.
Prior to founding Arctic Intelligence and AML Accelerate, Anthony spent over 20 years as a management consultant responsible for implementing a broad range of transformation initiatives across a number of retail and investment banking clients in the UK, Europe, Australia and the United States.
Anthony has held project leadership roles across numerous risk and compliance programmes including; the Future of Financial Advice (FOFA), the Financial Claims Scheme (FCS) (also at Macquarie Bank), as well as, Basel II and AML/CTF (Westpac) and an Operational Risk Transformation Program at the National Australia Bank (NAB).
Anthony is on the RegTech Association Advisory Committee and when not thinking about all things RegTech and financial crime risk management, enjoys spending time with his wife and two children on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.
Professor Catharine Lumby is passionate about applying her research: "ideas should not be left to shine on an academic shelf". She is an expert on matters including gender equality, sexual violence prevention, young people and media, social media and media content regulation.
Catharine is the Principal of Catharine Lumby Associates which specialises in advising organisations on building inclusive, respectful and safe cultures.
She has been engaged by organisations as diverse as the National Rugby League, Google, Network Ten, David Jones and the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
She is a highly sought-after public speaker and media commentator (print, radio and television), frequently appears on ABC and commercial networks and writes columns for major print publications. She is also the author of six books.
Principal Consultant, RG Consulting Services
As the Principal Consultant of RG Consulting Services, Richard Evans plays an active role in partnering with executive management and risk and compliance professionals in the design and delivery of highly effective learning strategies which meet both business knowledge needs and regulatory requirements. He takes a people based approach, building trust and respect from all as he takes them on the learning journey.
Prior to establishing RGCS, Richard focused his attention on the area of legal and compliance education, having held senior positions as the Head of Legal and Compliance Education for both UBS Investment Bank and Deutsche Bank. In these roles he was an active senior member of global educations teams, where he led the build and implementation of legal and compliance education strategies across various divisions and off shore locations.
With a Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Education, and Graduate Certificate of Risk and Compliance Management, Richard is both passionate and dedicated to adult learning and has a particular interest in the continued improvement of initiatives which build risk and compliance capability
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- Code of Conduct
- Post Event Remediation
- Business Continuity Planning
- Financial Services Manuals and Guides