Vivianne Arnold, CEO Franklin Phillips, comments to the Australian Retail Credit Association conference Chief Risk Officer panel
Survey on today’s CRO – FP for the Australian Retail Credit Association Conference – Results
The Australian Retail Credit Association recently invited Vivianne to speak at the ARCA conference on the Chief Risk Officer panel. Before the event, Franklin Phillips and ARCA sent conference attendees a quick ‘pulse check’ survey on the changing role of the Chief Risk Officer. Vivianne used the results to inform her comments on the panel, and the full results are set out below.
Vivianne and Elizabeth at the China / Asia Bitcoin and Blockchain conference in Shanghai 2014
Vivianne’s comments in “Adapt or Perish” in Financial Services Technology Media
“Financial technology is evolving so rapidly that no bank can afford to lose a CIO who really understands the new digital landscape, and just as importantly, is able to convince his or her colleagues in the C-suite of the importance of adapting to the new landscape.” – Vivianne Arnold
Vivianne’s column in June/July AB+F Asia Pacific Banking and Finance
Read the column here: Vivianne Arnold ABF JuneJuly 2014.
Vivianne on a panel discussion of Services Innovation in the Digital Age
At the Australian Services Roundtable Summit in Canberra on Wednesday 16 July. A panel discussion on Services Innovation in the Digital Age with Alan Patterson (ACS), Ric Simes (Deloitte), Vivianne Arnold (Franklin Phillips), Dr. Ralph Kerle.
Vivianne interviews Bala Swaminathan for East & Partners Asia
For East & Partners Asia, Vivianne Arnold interviews
President and General Manager, Asia
- Singapore will continue to be at the cutting edge
- We are very excited about Sydney becoming an RMB hub
- Hong Kong will need to debate whether it wants to retain its reference to the USD or move to the RMB
- As Singapore develops a robust SME and middle market sector, having locally-based talent to support the increasing flow of trade, capital and investment is vital to our business
Vivianne quoted in The Asset Magazine
“Sydney restaurants and merchants are already taking renminbi payments through the increasingly ubiquitous Union Card scheme, which is following the Chinese diaspora and the growing number of Chinese travellers everywhere they go,” says Arnold. “If easy renminbi trading can exist at such a grassroots level, then why can’t Sydney be a significant regional hub for the renminbi on a much bigger scale?”
For a full .pdf of the article please click here. For the online mobile version of the article click here.
Vivianne and Cynthia Dearin discuss the United Arab Emirates Free Trade Zones and the Shanghai Free Trade Zone