• Great presentations from Heads of Regulatory Risk, Conduct Risk and Compliance
• Ensure that your firm understands the FCA conduct risk culture requirements and knows how to meet them
• Key challenges facing business risk teams
• Risk, Compliance & Audit
• Ensure that senior managers, directors and board members are making use of conduct risk MI
• Establish effective MI chains
Understanding Conduct Risk
Improving Firm Wide Conduct Risk Management
Resolving Crucial Conduct Risk Areas
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BRAND NEW PRESENTATIONS FROM LEADING INDUSTRY EXPERTS
Toby Billington, Programme Director, Conduct Risk, BARCLAYS: Strategic Cultural Aims and Conduct Risk Management
Niamh Higgins, Director, Regulatory Compliance, RSA: Providing and Utilising Conduct Risk MI for Senior Managers, Directors and Board Members
Janet Adams, Head of Conduct, UK Retail, RBS: Building a Conduct Risk Framework
Trevor Parker, Head of Compliance Monitoring, SANTANDER: Managing Conduct Risk at the Point of Sale
Steve Bennett, Head of Operational Risk, SWIP: Informing Retail Investor Decision Making
Richard Cox, Head of Regulatory Risk, AVIVA: Understanding the Relationship Between Different Risk Management Functions
Dr Pete Brooks, Behavioural Finance Specialist, BARCLAYS: Tackling Conduct Risk: A Perspective from Behavioural Economics
Joanne Evans, Director of Compliance, PARTNERSHIP, Dan Hedley, Head of European Regulatory Policy, FIDELITY and Toby Billington, Programme Director, Conduct Risk, BARCLAYS, Michael Bartholemeusz, Director of Regulatory Risk and Compliance, PRUDENTIAL: PANEL Utilising the three Lines of Defence: Risk Management, Compliance and Internal Audit
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A Practical Guide to
Conduct Risk Management
Workshop • 30 April 2014 • Central London
Led by KPMG
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"A great overview on current FCA thinking on Conduct Risk"
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