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The new breach reporting regime: A primer (SL)

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours

Thomson Geer’s Scott Charaneka will unpack key questions including what is a...

Modern slavery reporting: A domestic & global perspective (PM)

60 mins 1 CPD Hours

Examining the scale of the problem and what global pension funds are doing to...

Professional development in a virtual workforce (PS, PM)

45 mins 0.75 CPD Hours

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Modern slavery reporting: A domestic & global perspective (PM)

60 mins
1 CPD Hours

Legal & Compliance Symposium Operations  Governance  Leadership  ESG

As reporting deadlines towards the Modern Slavery Act draw closer, entities need to ensure that their internal processes and supply chains comply with the new obligations.

Examining the scale of the problem and what global pension funds are doing to raise this issue, this session will also highlight how reporting is being leveraged to create systemic change.

Published Date: 16 October 2020


James Cockayne, Head of Secretariat, Finance Against Slavery & Trafficking

James is the founding Head of Secretariat of the Liechtenstein Initiative for Finance Against Slavery & Trafficking. He is the Chair of the US Council on Foreign Relations Study Group on Human Trafficking, and a member of the World Economic Forum Global Futures Council on Equity and Social Justice. James is a fellow at the United Nations University Centre for Policy Research, the International Institute for Strategic Studies and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy. His next book, Developing Freedom: The Sustainable Development Case for Ending Modern Slavery will be published in December 2020.

Fiona Reynolds, Chief Executive Officer, PRI

Fiona Reynolds is the CEO of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). The PRI is a U.N. supported organisation, with over 3,000 signatories who collectively represent over US $100 trillion in AUM. She is responsible for the PRI’s global operations. 

Appointed in 2013, Fiona has 25 years' experience in the financial services and pension sector. She joined the PRI from the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST), where she spent seven years as CEO. 

Fiona serves on the Board of the U.N. Global Compact, she Chaired of the Financial Services Commission into Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking and is now a member of the Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking Global Steering Committee. Fiona is also a member of the International Integrated Reporting Council, the Global Advisory Council on Stranded Assets at Oxford University, the Advisory Board for the Green Investment Principles for the Belt and Road, the Global Steering Committee for the Investor Agenda on Climate Action and the Steering Committee for Climate Action 100+.  

Fiona was named one of the 20 most influential people in sustainability globally by Barron’s magazine and has twice been named one of Australia’s one hundred women of influence by the Australian Financial Review.


Jane Morgan, Complaints Officer, TelstraSuper

Jane is an admitted Australian Lawyer and Officer of the Supreme Court. Her expertise is in the area of corporate law, with an emphasis on superannuation and internal and external dispute resolution.

Jane holds qualifications in the field of law, public policy and superannuation, having completed a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Political Science and Government), a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and a Diploma of Superannuation.

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