ACFE Sydney Training and Networking Event – May 2019
Tuesday 28 May 2019
Limited spots available

‘Market abuse’ has been allowed to continue with minimal oversight. So what is ‘market abuse’, what developments are there in regulations and the criminal code and how do you investigate?

If you would like to learn more and network with fellow CFE’s in Sydney, come and join us at KPMG on 28 May and hear Rhys and Chris from KPMG Forensic sharing their insights !

Left to right: Rhys Scott – Davies – Associate Director Forensic KPMG; Christopher Day – Director Forensic KPMG

Rhys is an Associate Director in KPMG’s Australian Forensic practice.  He is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Australian Lawyer with 10 years of forensic experience. Rhys has advised clients on matters involving fraud and corruption risk advisory services; serious misconduct investigations; and complex financial and data analysis. He leverages data analytics in these engagements to draw insights for his clients. He has worked in overseas jurisdictions including the United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates.

Christopher is a Director in KPMG’s Australian Forensic practice with a focus on Financial Services for the Audit, Assurance and Risk Consulting division. He has over 25 years of experience in first and second line roles across Asia Pacific. This has included multi-jurisdictional regulatory engagements, industry leadership in regulatory reform, leading development of surveillance and monitoring systems and processes, conduct and culture reform and remediation, risk governance reform, and significant trade and conduct investigations. Additionally, he has implemented client onboarding processes for Prime Brokerage and financial markets divisions in Asia Pacific for global investment banks. 

Christopher specialises in leveraging technology and data analytics in the investigation, detection and prevention of misconduct and conduct reform, using technology to improve trade and operational efficiencies and oversight, and has worked across many aspects of the financial services sector. He has also delivered significant client data focused investigations and regulatory remediation processes.


Tower 3
International Towers Sydney
300 Barangaroo Ave
Sydney NSW 2000 Australia

5:30pm  Registration
6:00pm  Speakers – Rhys Scott-Davies and Christopher Day KPMG Forensic
7.00pm  Networking
8:00pm  Event concludes

Pay for the ACFE Event
ACFE Member $25.00 AUD ACFE Non-member $30.00 AUD Student $20.00 AUD
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