This is the recording of the live webcast.
On 1 February, the final report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry will be presented to the government. Its recommendations will have significant impact on the property industry Australia wide.
Join Elysse Morgan from the ABC; Amelia Hodge, CEO of the API; and John Talbot, JLL for a special API webcast that unpacks what the Commission's report means for the Australian property sector.
- Elysse Morgan, ABC
- Amelia Hodge, Australian Property Institute
- John Talbot, JLL
This webinar accrues 1 CPD point.
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Elysse Morgan hosts The Business on ABC TV, Business PM on ABC Radio, Mondays to Thursdays. An award-winning journalist with a specialist business and finance background, Elysse has been at the ABC for almost a decade. Prior to that Elysse worked at Sky News. After joining the ABC as a rural reporter focusing on trade and resources her specialist knowledge saw her promoted to ABC News's national finance round. After two years of co-hosting The Business, Elysse is now the host of ABC's Business programs.
Australian Property Institute
Amelia is the CEO of the Australian Property Institute and has enjoyed a senior executive career spanning some 25 years, with her depth of experience driving successful outcomes across a range of sectors, projects and industries.
Her previous executive role was as the CEO of Qld Law Society and she has held executive and project roles with Origin Energy, Powerlink Queensland, the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority and Coffey Commercial Advisory, following her legal career in the property sector.
John has national responsibility for leading and managing JLL's Advisory and Consulting Services platform accross the key service line areas of Valuations and Advisory, Strategic Consulting, Social Infrastructure and Agribusiness.
He has over 30 years' experience in the commercial property industry working predominantly in institutional valuations, consulting, development appraisals, capital transactions and fund management. He's been a director of JLL for 23 years, having worked in both Sydney and Melbourne. He was appointed an International Director of the firm in January 2004.
John has been heavily involved in the acquisition of new businesses in recent years and under his leadership the size of the firm's advisory footprint has quadrupled in size over the past five years.
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