|09.30 – 09.55||Registration and Breakfast|
|09.55 – 10.00||Welcome and Introduction – Ian Beardmore, APCC Chair|
|10.00 – 10.40||
Morning Keynote – Caroline Rainbird; CEO, Financial Services Compensation Scheme
Caroline will provide an update on the work undertaken at FSCS and the day to day challenges faced by them when the industry has failed its clients and how they plan and react to large failures within the Insurance markets.
|10.40 – 11.05||
Andy Agathangelou; Founder, Transparency Task Force Limited
Looking at the industry and how we can help protect consumers’ financial interests, by reforming the financial services industry, through harnessing the transformational power of transparency.
|11.05 – 11.25||
Martin Lines; Business Development Director, Just Group Plc
Just Group Plc are one of the UK Leading Providers of retirement plans, and they will look at the issues faced in advice given by regulated firms and how to ensure that this is handled correctly when dealing with vulnerable clients.
|11.25 – 11.40
|Morning Coffee Break|
|11.40 – 12.10||
Dr Roger Miles; Faculty Lead, UK Finance Academy (Conduct and Culture)
What are the new indicators of ‘good Conduct’ and how should firms produce them? This session examines the nature of the new MI for Conduct, guiding consultants to include in clients’ Conduct reports more of the elements that ‘behavioural regulators’ now expect.
|12.10 – 12.40||
Craig Weston; Senior Associate Barrister, Irwin Mitchell LLP
Back by popular demand! Craig will give a barrister’s perspective of their activities within enforcement and supervision. Craig will look at how their work is impacted by the regulator and how this shapes the outcomes of future ‘regulatory guidance’.
|12.40 – 13.05||
David Mellor; David Mellor Mentoring
Making the transition from working full-time to semi-retirement.
|13.05 – 14.05||Lunch sponsored by RPost|
|14.05 – 14.45||
Afternoon Keynote Speaker – Graham Barrow
Graham is well known in the industry as one half of “The Dark Money Files” podcast which has rapidly acquired pre-eminent status within Financial Crime Compliance departments and beyond for explaining a wide range of technical subjects in a light-hearted and easy to understand manner.
|14.45 – 15.15||
Peter Ewing; Technical Specialist, FCA
Peter will be providing an update on SMCR since its implementation on 9th December 2019 and looking at how this will progress in the forthcoming months. This is also a great opportunity to raise an issues as we will allow for a Q&A session.
|15.15 – 15.35||
Simon Collins; Managing Director, Financial Services Advisory, Konexo (a Division of Eversheds Sutherland)
“Lessons learned in implementing SMCR.” Looking at how firms managed the implementation and meeting the deadlines and some of the challenges along the way – what worked well and what didn’t.
|15.35 – 15.50||Afternoon Coffee Break|
|15.50 – 16.20||
Dr David Doyle; EU Policy Expert, Financial Services Regulation, Brussels
A review of the current and prospective EU regulatory developments in the financial services compliance space, drawing on perspectives from the European Council, European Parliament, Council and the ESA’s.
|16.20 – 16.50||
Matthew Tyrrell; Senior Manager, Accountable Executive Future of Data Collections, FCA Gabriel Project Team
Providing an update and overview of the work and timescales for the Gabriel replacement system, showing what has been concluded to date and looking at the functionality it will provide to users, this will be followed by a Q & A/feedback session.