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ASIC Annual Forum 2022

3–4 November 2022 | Hilton Sydney

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The 2022 ASIC Annual Forum took place 3–4 November 2022, covering our regulatory and enforcement priorities and a range of timely topics including climate change, the effects of technology and more.

Thank you to the speakers, delegates and attendees who joined us in Sydney. We hope you found the sessions useful and informative and look forward to seeing you again in 2023.

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Program highlights

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We review global developments in crypto-assets and decentralised finance, and whether indicative international regulatory responses will strike the right balance between innovation and investor protection.

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Climate change

What is driving global investor demand for sustainable financial products, and how are firms and regulators responding?

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Enforcement priorities and the regulatory toolkit

We discuss the range of tools available to ASIC to enhance trust in the financial system and protect consumers and investors.

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Meet the regulators

Australia’s regulators explore the coming challenges and opportunities for a strong financial system in an interconnected and ever-changing regulatory landscape.

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AI and data

Artificial intelligence and data are changing the way we think about decision making. How are ASIC and industry leveraging data and innovation while balancing ethical considerations?

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Australia’s super system faces structural changes, law reform and changing consumer expectations. The panel discusses trustee resilience, conduct and members’ needs as we chart new directions for super.

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Small business

We explore the big issues and opportunities facing small business, a fast growing, dynamic and economically important sector that employs over 4.5 million Australians.

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New directions for the boardroom

Boards need to proactively identify and address emerging trends and potential risks within their firms. We explore what’s trending and how boards are responding.


Speaker highlights

Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Financial Services

The Hon Stephen Jones MP

Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Financial Services

Dr Catriona Wallace

Dr Catriona Wallace

Founder, Responsible Metaverse Alliance;
Executive Director, Gradient Institute;
Adjunct Professor, AGSM, University of New South Wales

 Guy Debelle

Guy Debelle

Chief Financial Officer
Fortescue Future Industries

Attracta Lagan

Dr Attracta Lagan

Managing Values