MEWS Special Event – Culpable Culture


Culpable Culture – Regulatory Risks and the Challenge for Boards

MEWS Special Breakfast Event

Following a spate of high profile industry scandals across banking, insurance, and wealth management, Australia’s financial regulators, ASIC and APRA, are training a spotlight on ‘corporate culture’ and ‘risk culture’ in particular.

Deborah Latimer from Sector Seven, one of Australia’s leading ‘whole of enterprise’ experts in governance, risk and compliance, provides clarity around the rising significance of culture in attracting the ire of Australia’s regulators, and provides some suggestions for how boards, the HR/OD function and executive coaches can adapt.

You can read Deb’s excellent article here.

To get the whole picture, hear more thought leadership and have the opportunity to engage further with Deb in relation to understanding and mitigating the risks posed by culture, then please join us for a special breakfast event where Deb will be our distinguished guest speaker.

Seats are limited. Please complete the details below to secure your place.


Date: Tuesday 4th April, 2017

Time: 7.30am arrival for 8am session start.

Speaker: Deborah Latimer – presentation will be followed by audience questions and close by 9am.

Location: The Grace Hotel, 77 York St Sydney

Cost: $30.00 pp

Registrations Close 15 March 2017.

Use Registration form to the right managed by Eventbrite.

Please contact us for any queries –

Deborah Latimer

“Now is not the time for Boards to be complacent about culture. The challenge for Boards is how to meaningfully diagnose and oversight the company’s culture including its risk culture”

Deborah Latimer,
Director, Sector Seven

About Deborah Latimer

Deborah Latimer has 25 years experience in legal practice with specialist expertise in governance, risk, and compliance and is passionate about ‘sense- making’ in governance, risk, and compliance as ‘whole of enterprise’ capabilities.

Read Deb’s bio here.

About Sector Seven

Sector Seven is an incorporated legal practice and boutique professional services consultancy, with specialist expertise in corporate governance, risk, compliance and the law. Sector Seven understands such matters form fundamental responsibilities of the Board and must be aligned to organisational strategic and business objectives, to maximise opportunities and protect against threats. Sector Seven partners with EEK & SENSE where people and culture are high on the agenda.

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