16-18 November Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne, Australia

RMIA National Conference

Ready, Steady, Risk!

About RMIA National Conference

RMIA’s National Conference brings together 400+ risk professionals from all areas of endeavour. The aim of the conference is to promote learning at the cutting edge of risk management practice, to foster creative thinking, to network and to have fun!

This premier annual Risk conference is set to take place in beautiful Melbourne from 16-18 November 2016. This year’s theme is ‘ready, steady, risk!’ and we look forward to getting up and racing with the risk debate.


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Event Schedule

The RMIA is excited by the potential for a greater exchange of ideas between all risk management sectors, and learning from these can strengthen and educate all stakeholders. The RMIA is in a unique position to continue to facilitate this increase level of collaboration between all risk sectors throughout Australasia. The sharing of new ideas and best practise across all sectors of the economy benefits us all.

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Crown Promenade

The friendly team at Crown Promenade will help you connect with whatever you need.

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Our new conference registration website is still being completed. In the meantime, please click here to be redirected to the RMIA website to complete the easy registration process. We look forward to seeing you in Melbourne in November!




Get 30% off conference registration: Offer ends 31 December

Be a part of the largest risk conference in the APAC region! Learn. Network. Debate. Expand. Don’t miss out on this never to be repeated offer of 30% off your conference registration. Taking place in Canberra from 15-17 November, the event is set to attract 500 delegates and more than 80 speakers. Register before 31… Read more »


Lessons learned from the Banking & Finance Oath

Clare Payne, Consulting Fellow for Ethics in Banking & Finance at The Ethics Centre will speak on Lessons Learned from the Banking & Finance Oath at #rmia2016


Going above and beyondblue

The RMIA is proudly supporting the Australian charity beyondblue at this year’s conference, and we’d be delighted if other sponsors and delegates would do the same. We will donate $1 per visitor to our booth. Donations of any $ amount are welcome!


A conversation with #rmia2016 speaker Stan Gallo

Your speaking session will outline IT security. What are the biggest risks that organisations face at the moment in relation to this? We live in exciting times of unprecedented changes in technology evolution which gives us increasing access to burgeoning volumes of information from around the world. Organisations operating in this environment can leverage this… Read more »


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