Regulatory Update from Elise Ivory
Regulatory change continues at a break-neck pace.
With a raft of changes in October (including mandatory breach reporting, changes to internal dispute resolution, broker reference checking protocols, anti-hawking and deferred sales model for insurance) there has been no shortage of changes to keep the LIXI community busy.
Join Elise as she discusses the impact of the changes that came in October (particularly breach reporting), along with the potential impact of changes to best interest duties to finance brokers and updates to open banking allowing brokers to be trusted advisors.
Session Time: Tuesday the 9th of November from 11:00AM to 11:30AM AEDT.
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Date(s) - 09/11/2021
11:00 am - 11:30 am
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|Elise Ivory – Partner at Dentons
Elise is a partner in the Banking and Finance group in Sydney, where she handles regulation and compliance issues. Elise regularly advises major banks, private lenders, mortgage brokers, originators, aggregators and securitized programs on consumer and commercial credit regulation, compliance, distribution and licensing.
She is highly regarded by clients for her depth of knowledge and her solution-focused approach.
|Rachel Walker – Managing Associate at Dentons
Rachel is a Managing Associate in Dentons’ Financial Products and Services group, where she works as part of the Technology, Regulation and Compliance team. Rachel works with clients ranging from major banks to private lenders, and mortgage brokers to aggregators. She has a particular interest in product development, e-lending, including process efficiencies, e-conveyancing, and verification of identity (VOI).
From her work with financial institutions, she brings significant experience engaging with ASIC and AFCA.
Rachel has a solution-focused approach, looking at challenges clients’ face from both a legal and commercial perspective.