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20.03.19

Webinar

FREE Webinar: SMI Loan Second Charge: The Process for Registering DWP's Charge on Properties in England and Wales

Participants will hear a presentation by the Department for Work and Pensions to illustrate the interactions and aims of the Letter of Consent and Letter of Postponement in relation to the Support for Mortgage Interest Loan scheme. The process will apply to properties in England and Wales only. Scottish properties will follow a comparable process but the differences in Scottish Housing Law require a slightly altered approach. This approach will be shared for comment and consideration separately. Agenda

14.03.19

Workshop

Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast

For many firms, the Conduct regulator's ?Culture audits? look like a short-cut to enforcement actions against Senior Managers. Seeing this as a Compliance risk, they design their Conduct and Culture programmes defensively. Because they perceive Culture as abstract and hard to measure, many firms fall back on traditional risk models - which are not designed to address human behaviour.
Retail Banking Conference

13.03.19

Conference

Retail Banking Conference

We are delighted to announce that the Retail Banking Conference will explore the developing landscape of personal finance in 2019, with an agenda that covers the political and economic outlook a matter of weeks ahead of the UK's formal exit from the European Union.
The Mortgage Market in Scotland Seminar

07.03.19

Seminar

The Mortgage Market in Scotland Seminar

Join us and industry leaders at our Mortgage Market in Scotland Seminar on Thursday 7 March 2019, in partnership with Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP. The Seminar will explore the challenges and opportunities in the developing landscape of the Scottish housing and mortgage markets in 2019. The agenda includes topics covering regulatory interventions in the mortgage market; private housebuilding; private renting; and the current heritable securities (mortgages) project.

14.02.19

Workshop

How the Financial Ombudsman Service Works

The Dispute Resolution Handbook sets out the rules and regulations  for the FOS. But what does that really look like in practice, and how does it work in the day to day? This highly practical half day course will de-mystify the FOS - from how it really works, to its approach to complaints. We?ll look at its remit and what this means - at a very practical level - for firms with complaints. We?ll also dig into what the FOS looks for when assessing a complaint, and what can help or hinder a complaint.
UK Finance & PwC on the Bank of England Annual Concurrent Stress Testing results

29.01.19

Webinar

UK Finance & PwC on the Bank of England Annual Concurrent Stress Testing results

The Bank of England published the results of its 2018 stress test of the UK banking system on 28 November 2018. UK Finance, in collaboration with PwC, is hosting a webinar to discuss the context and results of the annual stress test, what this means for firms and what the regulator expectations are for non-participant firms.
The Importance of Collaborative Data and Predictive Analytics in the Fight Against Fraud and Financial Crime

24.01.19

Webinar

The Importance of Collaborative Data and Predictive Analytics in the Fight Against Fraud and Financial Crime

Explore how predictive analytics is enhancing the way that fraud and financial crime is being detected and prevented.

01.01.70

Workshop

Ethical decision making: working 'conduct-aware' throughout the firm

Senior Managers responsible for reporting on their firm's Conduct and Culture often wonder how best to demonstrate effective personal oversight of ethical decision-making. Identifying key forms of non-financial (and financial) misconduct, this workshop involves attendees actively in responding to ethical challenges and assessing culture.