TIA EVENTS

DOORS WIDE OPEN: AUSTRALIA’S CORPORATE REGISTER

Doors Wide Open: Australia’s Corporate Register

11 March, 11.30am – 12.30pm AEDT

Please join our webinar to learn more about a TIA investigation that has uncovered corporate misconduct in Australia and abroad. Through this case study we will explore the importance of a more robust corporate regulatory system that will help prevent future wrongdoing.

Australia has inadequate corporate regulatory systems. This enables companies with potentially dubious reputations to easily register in Australia without adequate due diligence checks, beneficial ownership disclosure and identification of potential links to politically exposed persons.

 

To register for the free webinar, proceed to the Registration Page for this event. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to join the zoom webinar.

 

Speakers

Cassandra Hewett

Head of Financial Crime Portfolio and Group MLRO for ANZ bank

Cassandra Hewett is an experienced banking sector executive with international experience in governance, compliance, risk and operations across the UK, US, Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia, and has extensive experience enabling compliance with complex extra-territorial financial crime laws.

Ruth Liloqula

Executive Director of Transparency Solomon Islands
Ruth’s professional experience spans across government, research, environmental impact and anti-corruption advocacy work. She a passionate leader known for her work within the Solomon Islands to hold power to account.

Gill Donnelly

TIA Board adviser
Gill has a diverse industry background with varied roles enabling the delivery of specialised analytical, investigative and reporting solutions for commerce, government and non-for-profit entities in Australia and internationally. Gill specialises in providing solutions using data visualisation systems as well as integrating intelligence, investigative and preventative techniques in the area of fraud, corruption and other serious crime investigations.

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