Topic: Banking & small business
Christine Cupitt is the Executive Director of Policy at the Australian Banking Association (ABA).
Chris is responsible for working with member banks on setting policy strategy and developing and advocating policy positions on financial services, consumer protection regulation, corporate governance, and culture and conduct. She worked closely with banks, Government, professional associations and consumer advocates on the development of the professional standards framework for financial advisers and is now leading the banking industry’s advocacy on changes to remuneration and governance in mortgage broking.
Prior to the ABA, Chris held senior risk, compliance and governance roles in financial services, and consulting.
Chris’ professional focus is on protecting the interests of consumers through meaningful culture and conduct initiatives and robust risk, governance and conflicts management processes.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Wollongong and has completed courses through the Governance Institute and the GRC Institute.