Based in Sydney, Frank is an independent consultant and an Honorary Associate Professor at Macquarie University’s Applied Finance Centre, covering the Financial Risk Management Masters course when a full-time Associate Professor, prequalified for appointment to Risk & Audit Cttees for NSW Govt.
Since 2010 Frank has facilitated 2-day workshops for people studying for the Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst (CERA) qualification through the Actuaries Institute (Australia). A one-day course on bringing senior actuarial personnel up to speed on some of the new maths and stats being used in risk management is also popular through Asia, being delivered in HK, Singapore, Mumbai and Sydney.
Frank is a regular presenter at industry seminars and colloquia. He regularly travels through East and South Asia, mostly in Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Mumbai, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
Frank has strong experience in implementing quantitative risk processes while ensuring that senior management know what is happening. Frank’s specialties include risk management, risk assessment, enterprise risk management, mediation of intra-company conflicts, mentoring, corporate governance, behavioural finance, neuroeconomics, historical and philosophical cultural effects on business practices, high-level quantitative skills, statistics, mathematics, and discussing these things over coffee.