Proof that Fairness is Profitable

Thursday 27 August 2020  |  1 - 2PM  | Online

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Kimberly Randle

Executive Director and Principal Lawyer

Kimberly is an experienced, and innovative human rights advocate specialising in modern slavery. Kimberly began her career at top tier law firms in both Australia and the United States and most recently held the role as Senior Director of Corporate and Legal for International Justice Mission Australia. Kimberly is a sought-after expert and speaker in the field of modern slavery and has been called upon to provide evidence for both the NSW and Commonwealth Parliamentary Inquiries into Human Trafficking.

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Level 25, Aurora Place, 88 Phillip Street, Sydney
02 8091 4348 |


Addressing Modern Slavery in the Financial Services Sector 

Kate Bromley 

General Manager Responsible Investment, QIC 

Kate Bromley is General Manager Responsible Investment at QIC, an investment manager specialising in diversified alternatives and liquid markets that invest on behalf of over 100 global clients. Working closely with the QIC Board and executive management, Kate leads and implements the development of QIC’s ESG strategy and positioning. Kate works with QIC’s investment teams to integrate ESG into investment decision making and to develop an approach to material ESG issues. Previously, Kate worked at QSuper where she led the development of the fund’s ESG program. She graduated with honours from the University of London with a degree in English, holds a Masters of Journalism from the University of Queensland and has undertaken studies in Applied Finance.

Australian Border Force Modern Slavery Business Engagement Unit 

The Modern Slavery Business Engagement Unit (the Unit) in the Australian Border Force (ABF) is responsible for driving effective implementation of the Modern Slavery Act. The Unit’s role includes providing guidance and support to reporting entities about compliance.

Mapping the supply chain and identifying modern slavery risks in investment portfolios

In the webinar we will cover:

Addressing modern slavery risks within your investment portfolios 

Drafting your modern slavery statement

Learn how Investment Managers need to respond to the Modern Slavery Act from those that are implementing the legislation, the Australian Border Force Modern Slavery Business Engagement Unit

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Thursday 27 August 

1 - 2PM


Addressing Modern Slavery in the financial services sector