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Full program released: Explore the ASIC Annual Forum 2023


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Sofitel Melbourne on Collins | 21–22 November 2023

ASIC Annual Forum 2023: Navigating disruptions video - text version

Hi, I’m Joe Longo, Chair of ASIC, and I’m delighted to invite you to attend our 2023 ASIC Annual Forum. This year, the forum will be held in Melbourne for the first time since 2010.

Join us as we discuss how to navigate disruption in a time of constant change and explore opportunities for renewal.

We have an exciting program and a line-up of thought leaders and industry experts, who will examine how we can respond ambitiously and effectively to the various disruption drivers that are changing the way we all operate, including geo-political and economic change, artificial intelligence and cyber risks.

Registrations for the Forum are now open.
I look forward to seeing you in Melbourne, in November.

In our time of constant change, we have the opportunity to explore how we adapt and evolve.

How do we respond ambitiously and effectively to disruption drivers such as geo-political and economic change, AI, and cyber?

Join thought leaders and experts at the ASIC Annual Forum and Annual Dinner 2023 as we explore strategies for navigating disruption and delivering great outcomes.

Explore the full program and speaker line-up for the ASIC Annual Forum and Annual Dinner 2023. Early bird pricing is available until 10 October.

Treasurer’s address


The Hon Dr Jim Chalmers MP

Treasurer of Australia

Dinner address by


Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell AO FAHA FTSE

Director, School of Cybernetics, Australian National University;

Vice President and Senior Fellow, Intel Corporation

Speakers include

  • Michele Bullock, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
  • Gurbir S. Grewal, Director, Enforcement, US Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Gina Cass-Gottlieb, Chair, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
  • Tony Boyd, moderator
  • Lynda Edwards, NSW 2023 Premier’s Woman of the year; NSW 2023 Aboriginal Woman of the Year; Coordinator, Financial Capability, Financial Counselling Australia
  • Emma Herd, Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY Australia

Event details

  • Date: 21–22 November 2023
  • Venue: Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
  • Registrations: Early bird tickets and group discounts are available. For more information and to register, visit

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