Title: Conduct and Culture Academy Q&A
Date: 19th March 2020
Time: 2pm (GMT)
Duration: 1 hour
In February, in response to the current global health scare Warren Buffet said, "There's always trouble coming. The real question is where are those businesses going to be in five or ten years."
The FCA and other global regulators recognise that a focus on Purpose and the long-term priorities of the banking industry are the only real way to avoid further financial industry shocks. This message is loud and clear in the latest series of essays on Transforming Culture in Financial Services published in the FCA DP 20/01 in the first week of March.
Recognising and adapting to what is coming is critical to success. Given the regulatory direction following the last financial crisis, the rise of challenger banks, FinTech disintermediation, digital solutions and environmental priorities – these all show that the old ways of doing things last even less time than they did before.
Recent research and regulatory guidance shows that Governance and Culture are the areas where real change is needed to ensure the relevance and success of an industry under pressure from regulators, investors and customers. The UK Finance Conduct and Culture Academy will introduce the latest regulatory and industry developments to help firms get ahead of the risk curve, the regulator and the competition alike.
The latest cohort of our in-depth Academy – now delivered to over 100 participants - will run over the course of four face-to-face workshops (7 April – 23 June) with strategic participants having the opportunity to meet, listen to, question and work with industry colleagues and leading-edge practitioners and thinkers.
In this free 60-minute Q&A webinar we will introduce:
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