March 2016 Symposium: Modern Professional Practice and its Future
This conference explored the future of professional practice in the 21st century. This includes professional practice in large firms, the tension between high remuneration and professional ethics, globalisation and professional norms, models of regulation and most transformative of all, digitisation of professional services. The researchers have taken topics central to the understanding of modern professional practice and combined academic research with a strong practical emphasis.
Please find below the power point presentations from the day and the four research papers, which are to be officially published at the start of 2017.
- 'A National Exam for Financial Advisers: Panacea, check-box or integrity system?' Hugh Breakey and Charles Sampford.
- 'Structural Types of Professional Regulation: Comparative Case Studies in Australia and the UK' John Chellew and Alex Roberts.
- 'Professional Indemnity Insurance: Compensating Consumers and Regulating Professionals' John K Morgan and Pamela Hanrahan.
- 'The Promise of Professionalism in the 21st Century' Justine Rogers, Dimity Kingsford-Smith, Thomas Clarke and John Chellew.
- Modern Professional Practice Symposium March 2016 Presentation Slides