How should the finance sector in Asia be reformed?

This event has now taken place but you can watch the video recording of it through our Youtube Channel, get to it by clicking the button below

When

Wednesday 13th October from 6PM to 8PM Singapore time/6PM to 8PM Hong Kong time/3:30PM to 5:30PM India Standard time

Where

Online symposium via Zoom.

Format

There'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.

Why you should attend

The reputational integrity of the finance sector has been very badly damaged in recent decades, with one scandal after another including of course the Global Financial Crisis itself. 

As a consequence, the Transparency Task Force is initiating and facilitating a global conversation about what needs to be done to address the real underlying causes of the malpractice, malfeasance, misconduct and mis-selling that has plagued the finance sector for far too long, causing extensive consumer detriment and a collapse in trust and confidence. 

If you believe there is scope for Asia’s finance sectors to serve society better, this is definitely an event for you, because we’ll be working hard to galvanise support for the positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform that is so desperately needed.

We know there are many great ideas that can help to drive the transformational change that’s needed; and we want to shine a big bright light on those ideas and the people that can bring them to life. 

We’ll be tackling many important questions head-on, such as:

  • What are the underlying forces that continue to drive poor market conduct?
  • Are Asia’s financial regulators using their powers effectively?
  • How much of an issue is regulatory capture in Asia?
  • Are class actions having to fill the void created by ineffective regulatory enforcement?
  • Are vested interests still getting in the way of consumers getting good outcomes?
  • Is obfuscation and opacity standing in the way of transparency?
  • Are the fiduciary standard and best interest rules working as intended?
  • Has the Friedmanite idea of “profit maximisation” spoiled the sector’s culture?
  • Is the Business Round Table thinking on “multi-stakeholder” starting to have an influence?
  • Is the regulatory framework in Asia working as it should? – if not, what can be done?

Given the obvious importance of the finance sector to Asia, discussing and debating what can be done to get it to perform in a manner that serves society properly is always a hot topic; please be sure to book your complimentary place and be part of the conversation.

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