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November 10, 2019

Yep! Another hand propping Jenga tiles.

Managing Naomi Burley is on the GRC Professional Podcast once again discussing the Non-Financial Risks series picking apart some of the critical learnings form the ASIC report and what are some of the ways that members can effectively mitigate these risks regardless of which sector they are apart of.

Related Links:
If you haven't memorised it already here is a link to the ASIC report


November 6, 2019

The GRC Professional caught up with the GRC Institute Managing Director Naomi Burley to look back at were some of the key highlights from the conference.

What are some of the topics that you would like to see at the 24th GRC2020 Conference?

October 28, 2019

The GRC Professional  caught up  up with Brett Flower again to get a governance perspective on ASIC's Non-financial risks report, and why this is so hard for organisations to get right.

Also read Tackling Non-Financial Risks  and, More on Non Financial Risks

Listen to the GRC Professional chat with Brett Flower about  
good governance with SMEs

October 25, 2019

The GRC Professional talks to the GRCI RTO Manager John Saunders who sheds some light in some of the compliance challenges in professional development sector and the relationship between training organisations and their regulator.

October 9, 2019

The GRC Professional speaks to YourCall CEO Nathan Luker about what has changed in conversations around whistleblowing and the importance of having a whistleblower champion.

This podcast previous interview with Nathan Luker on the podcast , we talked about what a whistleblowing framework should look like: www.professional.org.au/single-post/2…ork-look-like

Click on the link to learn more about YourCall: www.whistleblowing.com.au...

September 19, 2019

GRC Institute  MD Naomi Burley and strategic Stakeholder and Engagement Consultant Carole Ferguson return to the GRC Professional Podcast to discuss some of the challenges around Conflicts of Interest.

Links of interest: RG 181 for managing conflicts of interest asic.gov.au/regulatory-resource…flicts-of-interest/

August 21, 2019

The GRC Professional chats with the GRC Institute Managing Director Naomi Burley about some of the takeaways from the Technology in Government Conference in Canberra earlier this month which looked at Cyber Security and Digital Identity from the perspective of the public sector.

Any thoughts on the development of the Cyber security and or digital identity in the public or private sector? email kwame.slusher@thegrcinstitute.org

August 15, 2019

*Post has been updated 15 August, 2:54 pm  

The GRC Professional speaks to Bronwyn Gallacher from CCL Consultants about consent, data collection and the importance of privacy policies in the context Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) approach to digital platforms and the data collections.

Do you have a position on consumer data collection? Email at kwame.slusher@thegrcinstitute.org .

August 6, 2019

Today’s podcast dealt with the compliance obligations if a variation of an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL) is needed. This is an opportunity for compliance professionals not only to demonstrate their strategic value to their employers, but also to foster good regulatory relationships with ASIC.

There has been a generally-accepted view that ASIC must accept an AFSL application. However, ASIC’s figures paint a differ...

July 30, 2019

In this edition of the GRC Professional Podcast Anthony Quinn founder of Arctic Intelligence addresses the concepts of 'explainability' and 'defendability' in the context of AML/CTF risk and compliance frameworks.

 Why risk are risk assessments so hard to get right in the financial crime compliance space and what can be done about it? Email kwame.slusher@thegrcinstitute.org with your thoughts. 

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