27 January 2022, 6pm-7.30pm (AEDT)
As the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) pursues its inquiry into the legislative framework for corporations and financial services regulation, it is timely to review the Twin Peaks model of financial regulation and its impact on the broader regulatory landscape. Please join us for the webinar ‘(Re)viewing Twin Peaks in Australia and Abroad’. The webinar will feature a panel of prominent speakers, including former Chairs of APRA and ASIC, who will talk about the evolution and impact of the Twin Peaks model in Australia and abroad. The webinar will also launch a recent book on the Twin Peaks model: The Cambridge Handbook of Twin Peaks Financial Regulation, edited by Andrew Godwin and Andrew Schmulow (Cambridge University Press, June 2021).
The webinar is co-hosted by the ALRC, Melbourne Law School and the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Corporate Law.
- Welcome – Professor Rosemary Langford, Melbourne Law School and Centre for Corporate Law
- Twin Peaks in Australia – Dr Andrew Godwin, ALRC, Melbourne Law School and Centre for Corporate Law
- Twin Peaks Abroad – Dr Andrew Schmulow, University of Wollongong School of Law
- Coming up with the idea – Dr Michael Taylor, Seminal writer on twin peaks
- APRA: its birth and development – Dr John Laker, former Chair of APRA
- ASIC: its birth and development – Mr Alan Cameron, former Chair of ASIC
- The perspective from Treasury – Mr James Kelly, Treasury
- Twin Peaks in the UK and book launch – Sir Ross Cranston QC, London School of Economics
- Thanks and close – The Hon Justice Sarah Derrington, President, ALRC
Registration is free.