Liam is an Adjunct Professor at Griffith University. He dedicates a lot of his time to teaching undergraduates credit and financial services law, and derives a lot of personal satisfaction from it. He created and lectures in the financial services law regulatory course at Griffith University here

As someone who is deeply committed to upskilling practitioners for the benefit of themselves, their organisations and clients, in what is a technical, fluid and fascinating area of the law, Liam also hosts “Regulatory University” for his team each month. There are 10-15 assigned readings, and a friendly Socratic style of teaching over two hours. They tend to be quite interactive and engaging. There is no pressure, just a shared goal of upskilling.

For those practitioners of financial services law, risk, and compliance upskilling, and irrespective of whether you are a client or not, you more than are welcome to come in person or dial in completely free of charge. We believe it is fundamentally important to be a highly technical and detail oriented practitioner in this space, so we want to help. We know it is hard to keep up with all the changes, so we cover everything

  • theories of regulation;
  • shifts in regulatory trends;
  • governance, risk and compliance;
  • AFS licence obligations;
  • AC licence obligations;
  • prudential obligations;
  • key regimes e.g the financial accountability regime;
  • practical ethics in financial services regulation;
  • practical guidance e.g dealing with regulators, investigations, etc ; and
  • whatever else people want to cover relevant to the area!

It counts as CPD points, and within a year we cycle through the whole course – we take a theme each month, and there are readings. Please get in touch if you think it would be beneficial to your learning, or to your team members.

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