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08.11.21

Workshop

Commercial Customer Risk Focus Series - Nov 21

The pandemic has pushed businesses to their limits and as the recovery begins, assessing the financial health of clients and suppliers has never been so important.   UK Finance is running a seriess of online workshops which will provide practical support for staff members working closely with clients in analytical roles, increasing their ability to understand both financial and non-financial commercial customer risk issues. All the modules will take cognisance of the impact of Covid-19. 

08.11.21

Workshop

IRRBB – Nov 2021

Compliance with the Basel Committee's standards on interest-rate risk in the banking book (BCBS 368) and EBA Final Report (July 2018) on Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) presents significant challenges to all banks with respect to measurement, calculation, reporting and hedging of interest rate risk, as well as potential implications for Pillar 2a capital requirement, and this whole area is the subject of current focus from the regulatory authorities.

04.11.21

Training

Operational Resilience – Scenario and Overall Testing

With the publication of the UK regulators? Operational Resilience policy and supervisory statements the importance of testing to demonstrating resilience has been clear. This one-day session will provide attendees with a practical approach they can adopt in conduct scenario testing as well as looking at the broader testing approach needed to complete their self-assessments ready for the 1 April deadline next year. KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES

04.11.21

Network

Network: Chief Operating Officer - 11/21

In response to the broad range of challenges facing Chief Operating Officers, UK Finance presents quarterly peer learning sessions where COO's from across UK Finance membership can confidentially discuss challenges, evaluate opportunities and solve problems with their peers. More Information To find out more about our networks, please contact the team on 0203 934 1136 or networks@ukfinance.org.uk.

04.11.21

Workshop

Cyber Essentials workshop - In partnership with IASME

Cyber Essentials is a Government backed framework which introduces cyber security controls proven to be effective against the most common internet based cyber threats such as phishing, malware, ransomware, password guessing and network attacks. This workshop provides delegates with the opportunity to fully understand the value of the scheme's five core controls - firewalls, secure configuration, user access control, malware protection, and patch management - and delivers an overview of how to implement them.

04.11.21

Webinar

How to drive results by strengthening people management capabilities (SM&CR)

Senior management in financial services carry significant responsibilities and higher levels of personal accountability since the introduction of SM&CR regulations in 2016. But key objectives such as encouraging staff at all levels to take personal responsibility for their actions and ensuring firms and staff clearly understand and can demonstrate where responsibility lies were always hard to achieve. Hybrid working just added another layer of complexity to an already challenging situation.

03.11.21

Network

Network: GC/ Heads of Legal - 11/2021

The role of General Counsel is evolving. GCs require dynamic tools and effective horizon scanning to enable a strategic outlook and to stay abreast and ahead of the pace of change in an ever-evolving environment. In response to these challenges facing GCs (in particular in financial services), UK Finance is presenting quarterly peer learning sessions.

03.11.21

Webinar

Developing a digital strategy that improves access to services and the customer journey

Digital transformation continues to extend in the banking industry, with the focus on speeding up processes but when it comes to digital transformation, the ?customer? is both your internal team as well as the traditional customer using your services.

02.11.21

Workshop

Capital charges against reputation risk: what you need to know

Reputation is now the top concern for many firms? risk governance leaders. As Conduct regulators begin to use Culture Audits, they draw on research evidence that connects reputation to capital adequacy - an insight still unfamiliar to many - focusing on any weakness in firms? 'social licence?.  Firms are expected to identify new indicators, produce new report formats and use the best available tools to manage and measure reputation risk.  This workshop offers a guide to these.