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Lessons learned from the Banking & Finance Oath

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Clare Payne, Consulting Fellow for Ethics in Banking & Finance at The Ethics Centre will speak on Lessons Learned from the Banking & Finance Oath at #rmia2016 http://2016.rmiaconference.com.au/speakers/stream/payne-clare/

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Going above and beyondblue

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The RMIA is proudly supporting the Australian charity beyondblue at this year’s conference, and we’d be delighted if other sponsors and delegates would do the same. We will donate $1 per visitor to our booth. Donations of any $ amount are welcome! bit.ly/2eht2Lr

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A conversation with #rmia2016 speaker Stan Gallo

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Your speaking session will outline IT security. What are the biggest risks that organisations face at the moment in relation to this? We live in exciting times of unprecedented changes in technology evolution which gives us increasing access to burgeoning volumes of information from around the world. Organisations operating in this environment can leverage this… Read more »

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First ever conference app for #rmia2016

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Registered delegates to the #rmia2016 Conference in November will receive a link to the brand new conference app sponsored by Ventiv Technology. This will enable delegates to customise their conference schedule from their phones or tablets, view speaker and program details, find out more about out sponsors, and play a great game (with a chance… Read more »

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A conversation with #rmia2016 speaker Rick Gilmore

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This week we caught up with Rick Gilmore, Founder Good Company Coaching, who spoke with us about why personal reputational risk management is the core career challenge of our time. Rick will be a speaker on day three of the RMIA National Conference.  Q: Your presentation is called: “Reputational Risk Never Sleeps: How to Stay Relevant, Avoid… Read more »

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A Conversation with #rmia2016 keynote Troy Daly

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The RMIA was privileged to interview Troy Daly, one of the keynote speakers for #rmia2016. Troy is the General Manager Risk, Compliance and Reinsurance for Capital Insurance Group, a PNG-owned insurer also with operations in Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.  Appointed in May 2015, the role is tasked to build a risk framework… Read more »

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A Q&A with Christopher Mackinnon, Lloyds General Representative in Australia

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This week we caught up with Christopher Mackinnon, Lloyds General Representative in Australia talk with us about understanding emerging risk and risk management. Christopher will be a Keynote speaker on day one of the RMIA National Conference. Your keynote will outline the Understanding Emerging Risk. Are you able to outline one or two of currently emerging risks for… Read more »

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Welcome to our Gold Sponsors for #rmia2016

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The RMIA is delighted to welcome Readinow as our Gold Event Partners for the RMIA National Conference. More details will be announced shortly. ReadiNow Corporation originated as a software R&D division of Enterprise Data Corporation (EDC). Founded in 1987, as a dedicated specialist in Business Resilience and Data Centres EDC serviced blue-chip organisations in banking,… Read more »

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Keynote speaker Shannon Sedgwick on #rmia2016

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RMIA #rmia2016 keynote speaker introduces his topic on Active Shootings in the US, and discusses his appearance at the RMIA National Conference. Click here.

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Happy Birthday Melbourne!

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Melbourne is celebrating its 181st birthday, with the city set to celebrate in historical style. Melbourne established its first permanent settlement on 30 August 1835 when settlers on the ship Enterprize sailed from Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) to the north bank of the Yarra River. Read more.  

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