Events & Training

UK Finance delivers an extensive programme of events and training courses covering the latest developments in finance and banking.

From conferences to industry dinners, to banking forums and seminars, we have a variety of events throughout the year that bring together members and senior stakeholders to discuss key topics, network with their peers and hear about the latest regulation, trends and issues. Key annual highlights include our Digital Innovation Summit, the Economic Crime Congress and the UK Finance Annual Industry Dinner.  

Filter Training and Events

Commercial Finance Week 2022

04.07.22

Conference

Commercial Finance Week 2022

Launched in 2021, UK Finance’s annual Commercial Finance Week provides the opportunity for sector leaders and subject matter experts to debate and share knowledge on the issues most affecting commercial lenders and their customers as the UK continues to emerge from the pandemic. Following the popularity of 2021’s Commercial Finance Week, this year will be virtual again, offering a blend of high-level thought leadership and practical guidance for commercial finance and IFABL firms; updates and insights into the latest data and trend analysis; as well as explore the hottest topics facing the sector in 2022 and beyond. You can book your ticket for each individual session in the agenda section. Your ticket will give you access to all live sessions as well as exclusive on-demand content at the Commercial Finance Week. Through attending this conference, you will hear the latest updates on high level business strategies and be able to put your questions to experts on the most critical legal, commercial and regulatory issues facing commercial lenders in 2022.
Conduct & Culture Programme - H1 2022
Conduct and culture programme

17.03.22

Workshop

Conduct & Culture Programme - H1 2022

Conduct regulation now affects all colleagues across most types of financial firms even as Covid-19 has heightened public and regulatory attention on how firms recognise their Consumer Duty and care for colleagues and other stakeholders.
UK Finance Risk & Resilience Academy - Spring 2022

26.04.22

Academy

UK Finance Risk & Resilience Academy - Spring 2022

The UK Finance Risk and Resilience Academy, in partnership with KRisk, will enable delegates to develop frameworks, practices and behaviours that instil operational resilience disciplines across the firm.
Operational Risk Programme - session four - interpreting, developing and applying stress tests and scenarios
Operational Risk Programme

17.05.22

Workshop

Operational Risk Programme - session four - interpreting, developing and applying stress tests and scenarios

This course focuses on a common operational risk topic and the difficulties in converting the data obtained into real business value. Operational risk management is much more difficult to link to clear business benefits than market risk management and credit risk management. However, for those that manage it, there are many business benefits including aligning your risk profile with your risk appetite and ensuring that your control profile fits your cost budget and your resources budget.
Operational Risk Programme - session five - using risk appetite frameworks, statements and limits
Operational Risk Programme

18.05.22

Workshop

Operational Risk Programme - session five - using risk appetite frameworks, statements and limits

This course focuses on a common operational risk topic and the difficulties in converting the data obtained into real business value. Operational risk management is much more difficult to link to clear business benefits than market risk management and credit risk management.