The capability review of APRA, published in June 2019, has helped to sharpen APRA’s strategic thinking for its Corporate Plan 2019-2023. The outcomes flagged for APRA’s focus are reflective of APRA’s mandate to maintain financial system resilience, while being heavily geared towards three key areas of legislative focus:
1. Superannuation member outcomes; as necessitated by the upcoming prudential s...
Resourcing gaps happen from time to time. Maybe an employee unexpectedly resigned, a new project requires more resources than you have available, or a role has grown and the current resourcing is no longer sufficient, or not adequately equipped for that growth.
Whether a resourcing gap is expected or unexpected, you have a gap that you need to fill. Where you have an administrative gap you might co...
Whether you’re interested in getting started in your first risk and compliance role, or moving ahead in the ranks at your current or other organisation, we often get asked about what it takes to progress and stand out for new opportunities.
Based on our ongoing interactions with industry practitioners, the key attributes of successful risk and compliance professionals appear to us to include:
Developing an accurate way to assess risk culture and building a strong risk culture within an organisation can often seem like working towards an elusive goal, akin to the metaphorical search for the Holy Grail.
Following the release of the final version of the new Prudential Standard on information security, we explore the key requirements and expectations for regulated entities and look at what steps institutions should be taking in preparation of the 1 July 2019 start date.