ACCC's enforcement and compliance policy update 2021

ACCC's enforcement and compliance policy update 2021

NSW
Feb 23
CEDA welcomes ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims to outline the enforcement and compliance priorities for the Commission for the year ahead.

Speakers

Rod Sims, Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Event overview

Competition policy is an important lever that can increase Australia’s productivity and living standards, and which addresses current and future economic challenges.
 
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is at the fore of Australia’s national competition policy. It promotes competition, innovation and fair trade in markets and in doing so delivers benefits to consumers, businesses and the community.
 
CEDA is pleased to welcome back the Chairman of the ACCC to deliver his first public address for 2021 and to detail:   

  • A review of the ACCC’s activities in 2020;
  • The challenges facing the national competition and consumer regulator; and
  • The priorities for the ACCC in 2021.

Meet the keynote speaker

Rod Sims
Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Rod has extensive business and public sector experience. Immediately prior to his appointment to the ACCC he was the Chairman of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales, a Commissioner on the National Competition Council, and was also a Director of Port Jackson Partners where he advised the CEOs and Boards of some of Australia’s top 50 companies on commercial corporate strategy.

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