A Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of an insurance company must ensure that it gives careful consideration as to whether to sign a CEO declaration, and if it chooses to do so, it must ensure that it provides the declaration to the Emergency Services Levy Insurance Monitor by the required date, to show that it has not engaged in price exploitation or false or misleading conduct in relation to the emergency services levy reform.
Anti-Bribery & Corruption
Organisations risk being exposed not only to criminal liability but also to significant penalties for non-compliance with the various anti-bribery laws. Often, this may also have commercial implications for organisations such as reputational damage and potential civil action from shareholders. This module not only outlines your organisation’s obligations, but also provides practical guidance on steps you can take to ensure that your bribery and corruption risks are identified and minimised.
Environmental law is one of the main areas of compliance applying to all industries. The Environment module outlines your obligations regulated by Commonwealth, State and Territory authorities and covers key topics such as Approvals, Licensing, Audits, Water and Air Emissions among others.
Privacy & Data Protection
Regardless of which industry you are in, privacy and data protection issues affect us all. The Privacy and Data Protection module identifies your compliance obligations on how to collect, manage and maintain personal information securely and within the Australian legal framework.
- Australian Prudential Regulation Authority: Prudential Practice Guide CPG 235 – Managing Data Risk
- APRA Prudential Standard CPS 220 Risk Management Attachment A
- Australian Prudential Regulation Authority: Prudential Practice Guide CPG 234 – Management of Security Risk in Information and Information Technology