AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION POLICY SUMMIT 2015
Strategic Regulatory Risk Management and Compliance for Industry & Government
New entrants and technologies in the economy is transforming the way markets operate and how consumers engage in the marketplace. It has been reported that the Australian digital economy directly contributed $50 billion or 3.6% of GDP in 2010. This contribution is expected to increase by at least $20 billion over the next 5 years to $70 billion.
In a sea of uncertainty and a changing economic landscape, government and industry need to decide whether to be proactive and embrace pro-competitive practices or battle an inevitable tide against technologic transformation and an evolving population.
With this in mind, IQPC is pleased to bring you the launch event, Australian Competition Policy Summit 2015, a platform where government and industry can engage and action strategic regulatory risk management and compliance.
ACPS 2015 will focus on some of the following key issues:
- Determining the misuse of market power
- Evaluating the guiding principles towards human services, Government activities and consumer choice
- Assessing the impacts of digital transformation and evaluating whether regulation is the best means to address digital transformation
- Identifying the value of the (new) digital economy and its contribution to the economy
- Capitalising on digital transformation to improve revenue, increase market share and promote competition
- Understanding and navigating the new market to stay competitive
Below is a sample of some of our confirmed speaker line-up. To access the full 35 speaker line-up and the agenda, please refer to the links on the left:
- Professor Frederick G Hilmer AO (Conference Chairman)
- Su McCluskey, CEO, Regional Australia Institute
- Martha Martinez Licetti, Global Lead Competition Policy, The World Bank Group
- Michael Cooley, Public Policy and Government Relations Counsel, Google
- Peter Strong, CEO, Council of Small Business of Australia
- Anatoly Kirievsky, Director, Head of Compliance, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
- David Epstein, Vice President Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, Optus
- Brad Kitschke, Director of Public Policy Australia and New Zealand, Uber
- Ned Moorfield, CEO & Co-Founder, goCatch
- Dan Lloyd, Chief Strategy Officer and Corporate Affairs Director, Vodafone
- Annabelle Herd, Head of Broadcast Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Network Ten
- Rob Nicholls, Research Fellow, Swinburne University of Technology and Centre for International Finance Regulation
- Peter Harris, Chairman, Productivity Commission
- Hon. Victor Dominello, Minister for Innovation & Better Regulation
Join me and your peers in Sydney this September to explore the opportunities and benefits that Australian Competition Policy Summit 2015 has to offer. I look forward to meeting you there.