Ms Clare Payne
Chief of Global Strategy
World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, author and teacher, former marathon swimmer who swam 28.5 miles solo around Manhattan, NY and is recognised as a 100 Women of Influence by the Australian Financial Review and Westpac in 2016.
Clare’s speaking topics include fiduciary duty, human rights and Sustainable Development Goals. As a lawyer, Clare specialises in ethics in banking and finance, ethical leadership, workplace cultures, language in business and diversity. As a former marathon swimmer, Clare also speaks on the topic of endurance.
Clare also speaks about her books, A Matter of Trust – The Practice of Ethics in Finance and One – Valuing the Single Life.
Clare Payne's Experience
- Recognised as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader
- Awarded the inaugural Ethics in Finance Prize by the Observatoire de la Finance, Geneva
- Author, A Matter of Trust – The Practice of Ethics in Finance, 2018 (Melbourne University Publishing).
- Founding Board Member of The Banking and Finance Oath (The BFO)
- Former employment lawyer
- Member of the Working Group of the Financial Services Professional Board of Malaysia
- Lecturer and Tutor, Macquarie University and The University of Melbourne
- Former manager of the Integrity Office of a global investment bank
- Nominated for ‘Most Outstanding Thought Leader’ in Financial Services in FINSIA 125 Pinnacle Awards
- Future Summit Leadership Awardee, Australian Davos Connection
- Life Education Australia Board member
- Former marathon swimmer (swam solo around Manhattan Island, New York)
- Named by Westpac and the Australian Financial Review as one of 2016’s 100 Women of Influence
- 2015 Industry Advocacy Award for Women in Financial Services
- Author, One – Valuing the Single Life, 2018 (Melbourne University Publishing)