Compliance Risk Management & Training

Tuesday 22 November
12:00 - 1:00pm

Registrations are now closed for this seminar.

Compliance Risk Management & Training

This presentation will focus on the five elements of effective compliance management:

  • Leadership.
  • Risk Assessment.
  • Standards and Controls.
  • Training and Communications.
  • Oversight.

Along with a review of the new ISO 37301 Compliance Risk Management Systems Standard and discussion on other frameworks such as the United States DOJ Guidance on the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.

Lunchtime Seminars - Key Information

  • Lunchtime Seminar charges are $10 for RiskNZ members, $25 for non-members, or free if you have a RiskNZ Lunchtime Seminar Annual Pass. An invoice will be sent to you following registration.
  • Seminars commences at 12:00pm and will finish at 1:00pm.
  • Webinar dial-in – Webinar information for logging in and participating in the webinar will be shared with registered participants at least one day before the seminar.

About the presenter:


Julian Fenwick

Julian Fenwick is the Managing Director and founder of Governance Risk & Compliance Solutions, a leading online compliance training company in the APAC region.

Julian is one of the founding directors of The RegTech Association, a not for profit global business network working together with the aim of streamlining regulatory compliance and improving conduct risk outcomes in regulated entities. In 2018, Julian was appointed to the ASIC Digital Finance Advisory Committee (DFAC).

Julian moved into the regulatory compliance industry in October 2000. Since that time, he has been instrumental in the development of the online compliance training industry in the APAC region.  He has also been influential in the design of several other compliance and regulatory technology platforms.

Julian is a regular presenter in Australia and Asia on innovation, entrepreneurship, RegTech, and managing organisational compliance. He is an enthusiastic supporter of the Australian start-up community with a particular interest in adaptive eLearning technology.

Julian holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Sydney and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the GRC Institute.