How the Financial Services Sector is Learning From Other Sectors to Improve Accountability and Processes (Virtual)

26 July 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

BrisbaneMelbourneSydney | Blackline
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Complimentary for FSI Executives

Who is this session for?

Chiefs and Heads of Compliance, Governance, Transformation, Strategy and Finance from Australia’s financial sector.

What is this session about?

Banks using legacy systems are opening themselves up to the potential for significant risk, especially in the wake of the banking royal commission, which demanded financial services organisations take more accountability. With the sector struggling to transform in highly impactful ways, attention is turning to other sectors. Future-focused banks and insurance organisations are looking to global brands outside of the financial services industry for inspiration and strategic ideas.

Banks and other financial services institutions can improve their ability to focus on regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, and governance by reducing the amount of manual work required for basic accounting tasks. Transforming requires more than just upgrading existing types of systems. It requires an entirely new approach that can significantly eliminate manual accounting tasks and free up people to do more interesting and valuable work.

Join us for an insightful discussion lead by Jason Boles, FSI & Government Lead at Blackline as we explore how to navigate governance challenges and learn from disruptors on new approaches to upgrading manual and time-consuming systems.

Places are limited.