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WEBINAR: Are Culture and Conduct your Springboard or your Anchor?

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Lessons from the Hayne Royal Commission and the Financial Markets Authority/Reserve Bank of New Zealand reviews

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  • HRNZ Member = $51.75
  • Non-member = $74.75

Conduct and culture is at the heart of every organisation. There is an increasing expectation that organisations will not only consider the ‘what’ (i.e. the actions performed by employees), but also the ‘how’ (…they achieve those actions). Whilst the spotlight has been on the Financial Services industry in both New Zealand and Australia recently, as a result of several reviews, the lessons from these reviews are applicable to all industries. More and more questions are being asked around Board tables across the country about how organisations are including culture and conduct in people related decisions such as performance assessment, remuneration governance and day to day operational management.

In this webinar we will discuss the key themes that have emerged from the reviews, specifically a focus on good customer outcomes and conduct and culture governance / risk management. We will look at the changes these themes are driving, including case studies of organisations that have already made changes and the experience they have had. Finally the webinar will provide some practical steps you can take to review your organisation’s current conduct and culture.

Facilitated by Una Diver - Ernst & Young

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Una Diver is a Partner in EY’s People Advisory Service practice and leads the Reward service line. She is recognised as one of NZ’s pre-eminent experts in remuneration and reward. Una focuses on cost-effective, pragmatic, commercially-focused advice that is tailored to client needs, and has extensive experience in linking remuneration structures to business strategies and stakeholder priorities.

Prior to joining EY, Una was a Founder and Director of dsd Consulting, a specialist remuneration and reward consulting business. Una has over two decades of experience in remuneration and reward consulting, covering all aspects from the boardroom to the shop floor. Una's experience includes the development of reward strategy for several of New Zealand's largest organisations, STI and LTI design and the provision of executive and director remuneration advice.

Prior to specialising in remuneration and reward, Una's career was focused on generalist HR Management in the FMCG, pharmaceutical, IT and finance sectors across Oceania and Asia.

Una is a member of World at Work and holds the Global Remuneration Professional (GRP) certification. She has undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Business Administration from the University of Canterbury and an MBA from the University of Auckland. Una is an active member of Women Leaders.

Ernst & Young is the market leading remuneration advisor in Oceania. EY has deep experience providing advice and design related to broad based remuneration strategy, remuneration surveys and executive and board remuneration. We have worked with many of New Zealand’s leading organisations, across all sectors of the economy.

Our Reward team provides pragmatic, insightful advice underpinned by the latest qualitative and quantitative market information. Our services cover:

  • Board, executive and broad-based remuneration advisory
  • Policy, strategy, fixed remuneration, incentive and benefits frameworks and reviews
  • Design, implementation and operational support
  • Tax, legal, valuation analytics and remuneration technical inputs
  • Governance, disclosure and stakeholder engagement
  • Sector based and member specific remuneration surveys

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Registrations close 10:00am the day of the webinar.

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