Subject advisory committees

Subject advisory committees are the body of subject matter experts, comprising of academics and practitioners, who constantly review and update the learning materials to ensure they reflect current law and practice.

Advanced Risk Management

  • Ben Fountain, WHS Director, Sustainability Services, Risk Advisory, Deloitte Risk Advisory Pty Ltd
  • Dr Malcolm Freeman, Consultant
  • Michelle Lacey, Client Manager Risk Advisory, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
  • Damian McKenzie-McHarg (Chair), Quality and Risk Manager, TAFE NSW Riverina Institute
  • Robbie Sinclair, Manager, Risk and Business Continuity, Griffith University, Risk & Business Continuity Unit
  • Caron Sugars FGIA, Director, Risk and Advisory Services, KPMG

Applied Corporate Law

  • Professor Michael Adams FGIA, Dean School of Law, Western Sydney University
  • Associate Professor Anil Hargovan (Chair), School of Taxation & Business Law, University of New South Wales
  • John Hatton FGIA, former Company Secretary, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Marina Nehme, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales
  • Oliver Talbot, Partner, Talbot Sayer Lawyers
  • Dr Francesco de Zwart, Lecturer, Law School, University of Adelaide

Corporate Accountability Meetings & Disclosure

  • James Gerrarty FGIA, Manager Listings, ASX
  • John Hatton FGIA (Chair), former Company Secretary, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Martin Jones FGIA, General Manager Operation Risk and Compliance, Boardroom Pty Ltd
  • Andrew Lumsden FGIA, Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
  • Dr Ann-Marie Moodie FGIA, Managing Director, The Boardroom Consulting Group P/L
  • Chris O'Meara FGIA, Barrister-at-Law

Corporate Financial Management

  • Dr Kevin Adams, former Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, Business Learning & Teaching, RMIT University
  • Peter Whelan, Lecturer, School of Economics & Finance, Queensland University of Technology

Corporate Governance

  • Dr Jennifer Bartlett, Associate Professor, QUT
  • Tom Baxter FGIA, Lecturer and Corporate Governance Course Coordinator, Tasmanian School of Business & Economics, University of Tasmania
  • Robin Bowley FGIA, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney
  • Associate Professor Anil Hargovan, School of Taxation & Business Law, University of New South Wales
  • Phillip Lipton (Chair), Associate Professor, Department of Business Law & Taxation, Monash University
  • Lawrence Tutton FGIA, former Company Secretary, GUD Holdings Ltd

Financial and Management Accounting

  • Dr Kevin Adams, former Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, Business Learning & Teaching, RMIT University
  • Peter Whelan, Lecturer, School of Economics & Finance, Queensland University of Technology

Public Law and Government

  • Dr Geoff Airo-Farulla (Chair), Assistant Ombudsman, Commonwealth Ombudsman
  • Margaret Hyland, Lecturer, School of Law, Western Sydney University
  • Professor John McMillan, Acting NSW Ombudsman
  • Louise Marcroft, consultant
  • Mark Smyth, Solicitor, Herbert Smith Freehills

Public Sector Accountability and Transparency

  • David Fayyad, General Counsel and Company Secretary, TransGrid
  • Louise Marcroft, consultant
  • Colin Sharp FGIA (Chair), Managing Director, P.E.R.S.O.N.A.L. (R&E) Consultancy
  • Mark Smyth, Solicitor, Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Dr David White FGIA, former Program Leader: Leadership Capability, (SA) Dept of Premier & Cabinet, Public Sector Management Division

Risk and Compliance

  • Andrew Bradley, Special Counsel, MinterEllison
  • Dr Tim Clune, Lecturer, La Trobe University Business School
  • Jeff Krins, Principal, Macpherson Kelley
  • Peter McGee AGIA, Consultant
  • Kerry McGoldrick FGIA, (Chair) Senior Manager, Advisory, Ernst and Young
  • Martin Tolar, General Manager, The Red Flag Group

Risk Management in Practice

  • Greg Bolton FGIA, Manager Governance & Risk, Powerlink
  • Ian Bowyer FGIA, Manager Enterprise Risk, Queensland Rail
  • Bill Hopsick FGIA (Chair), Group Manager Business Systems & Energy and Financial Risk, CS Energy Ltd
  • Cara Leavesley, Lawyer, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
  • Dr Gavriel Schneider, CEO, Risk 2 Solution and Head Lecturer, Australian Catholic University

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