NCCA Quarterly Economic Breakfast
19-06-2018 7:30 AM
'Trust – the practice of ethics in finance'
With significant changes to our financial services industry already widely speculated to come out of the current Banking Royal Commission, our next guest speaker for the NCCA’s Quarterly Economic Breakfast will touch on a very timely topic. When trust between financial practitioners and their clients is undermined, it threatens the very fabric of our financial system. How do we rebuild the trust in finance and ensure an ethical finance system that benefits all?
We are very pleased to announce that fellow Dutchman Paul Kofman, Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Melbourne, will be our guest speaker at the upcoming Quarterly Economic Breakfast.
Quarterly Economic Breakfast: 'Trust – the practice of ethics in finance'
When: Tue 19 June, 7:30am - 9:00am
Where: The Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne
Tickets: $47.50 for NCCA members / $80 for non-members
Paul Kofman was appointed Professor of Finance at The University of Melbourne in 2001 and became the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics in 2012. Paul’s research interests and publications are in quantitative and behavioural finance and the regulation of financial markets. With his colleague Clare Payne, Paul introduced one of the first online ethics in finance subjects at The University of Melbourne, and their text book “A Matter of Trust – the practice of ethics in finance” was published by Melbourne University Press in 2018.
We look forward to seeing you on 19 June!