UNE Law School Public Lecture
Image: Professor Michael Adams
What are the key lessons from the Banking Royal Commission?
Date: Wed 27th Mar 2019 5:30pm-7:30pm
Location: Armidale Town Hall Rusden Street Armidale
Contact: Belinda Eastgate Belinda.Eastgate@une.edu.au 6773 2091
UNE’s Law School invites you to this public lecture
Presenter: Professor Michael A. Adams, Head of UNE School of Law (Twitter: @profmadams LinkedIn: profmadams)
Professor Michael A. Adams, the new Head of the UNE Law School, is an expert in corporate law, governance and financial services. For over 30 years, he has been writing, presenting and teaching on the impact of corporate law, particularly in financial services. This public lecture will be of interest to lawyers, accountants and financial advisors, and the whole community.
Banks and financial institutions represent over 50% of the top ten listed companies on the Australian Securities Exchange. Most people have superannuation, life insurance, mortgages and other financial products. This lecture will provide an opportunity to hear a clear analysis of what the Hayne’s Royal Commission was trying to discover. More importantly what is the likely impact and what lessons can be learned.
There will be an opportunity for questions and dialogue on these important contemporary issues.
5.30–6.00pm Drinks and finger food