Christina Kalantzis is the founding Director of Alexis Compliance and Risk Solutions, a financial services compliance and risk management firm based in Sydney.

She has over 20 years experience in the financial services wealth management and distribution industry and extensive risk management and compliance experience. She provides advice to ASX listed companies on Financial Services Reform (“FSR”) and the Future of Financial Advice Reforms (“FOFA”) compliance, investment and risk management issues.

She was a member of the FOFA Treasury working committee convened by the Rudd and Gillard government throughout 2007 – 2012. She managed one of Australia’s largest Financial Planning Enforceable Undertakings.

She managed a number of 2016-2017 FOFA Adviser Banning’s regarding “best interest duties”, superannuation and insurance advice. She managed the first FSR adviser banning 2005 and has represented advisers in Westpoint/ ASIC banning hearings, was an industry expert to ASIC and the ACA as part of the Quality of Advice Survey 2002, and the FPA’s head project manager for FSR, privacy and fee disclosure. She has also managed AFSL risk management, product and unit pricing breaches.

Christina is a published author and speaker on compliance, corporate governance and risk management planning, her work has been published by Asset, BRW, Money Management, IFA, Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian and the Australian Financial Review.

Christina holds a Master of Laws and Legal Practice, a Masters Degree in Commerce and Finance, a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics, and a Foundation Diploma in Financial Planning.


In the Media

Statements of advice have been a critical compliance component for advisers, Christina Kalantzis from Alexis Compliance and Risk Solutions will discuss the elements of the changes for SMSF advisers.
Alexis Risk and Compliance principal Christina Kalantzis discusses compliance issues advisers need to consider.
Christina Kalantzis from Alexis Compliance and Risk Solutions discuss the consequences of the banking royal commission recommendations to financial advisers.