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New Rules

New Rules 

The next decade is likely to be an era of increased complexity in rules and regulation. Should organisations be considering new rules solely through the lens of compliance? Or can new regulation be a positive catalyst for reshaping strategy?

These new rules arise largely as a response to a plethora of risks. By identifying and understanding the most interconnected risks, it is possible to gain insight into the systems behind these risks, aiding mitigation and identification of opportunities.


What are the key risks facing Australia over the next decade; how do they interconnect and what opportunities do they present for growth?

 

These are the topics we explore in New Rules.

 

New World Order – Understanding Risk and Volatility
Audio featuring Andries Terblanche, Senior Partner, KPMG and Adjunct Professor, Risk and Actuarial Studies, UNSW

 

The Australian Economy: Prosperity in the face of volatility
Dr Ashley Winston, Chief Economist, KPMG

 

Banking Regulations: Regulatory Shake and Reshape at the Top
Andrew Dickinson, Asia Pac Head of Banking, KPMG

 

The New World of Global Banking Needs Courageous and Innovative Leadership
Michelle Hinchliffe, Head of Financial Services, KPMG

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Australia Report 2012

Australia Report 2012
The Australia Report identifies economic and environmental risks as key risks facing Australia according to business, government and academia leaders.