Should regulators, like Machiavelli’s Prince, always rather be feared than loved? How does that fit with contemporary policy ideas about co-design, co-regulation and collaboration with stakeholders, not to mention various Governments’ interests in making their jurisdiction easier places for business to operate?
This seminar will bring together two very different case studies looking at the appropriate relationship between the regulator and the regulated. Monash Professorial Fellow Graeme Samuel AC fearlessly expresses his strong views about the unhealthy and potentially corrupting connection between financial regulators and financial institutions, while Louise Sylvan has given deep thought to the impact on fearless consumer protection when you’re funded by industry levies.
8.30-9.00am: Registration & light refreshments
Please RSVP by Tuesday 20 August 2019.