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.  

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Conduct and Culture Programme: Assessments of conduct and culture
Conduct and Culture Programme

26.05.22

Workshop

Conduct and Culture Programme: Assessments of conduct and culture

Leaders of conduct and culture assessment initiatives often ask us whether their firm's approach to these is worthwhile, both as to business value and building credibility with regulators.
Conduct and Culture Programme: Reporting on integrity in business

07.06.22

Workshop

Conduct and Culture Programme: Reporting on integrity in business

Senior Managers newly 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. Attendees will find and discuss the most effective methods found in other regulated financial firms; note lessons from other sectors? comparable experiences; and identify where ethical insights feed usefully into new methods for culture assessment within regulated conduct reporting.
Vulnerability and GDPR

07.06.22

Workshop

Vulnerability and GDPR

Data lies at the heart of the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) vulnerability regulations. Firms need to know their vulnerable consumers, hold the right data about them and use this to help and support them. Firms also need to balance the FCA's expectations on data with those of the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.
Complaints and Customer Vulnerability Series

09.06.22

Workshop

Complaints and Customer Vulnerability Series

As we are currently working to upgrade our systems to meet the latest Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) requirements, we are temporarily unable to accept card payments. If you would like to book any of our Training courses with a card, please contact training@ukfinance.org.uk and an alternative payment facility will be arranged. Traditionally, complaints teams only get involved in vulnerability when customers complain about how they have been treated by another part of the business. 
Sanctions Conference

16.06.22

Conference

Sanctions Conference

This conference will cover the key developments within the current sanctions landscape from government and those at the forefront dealing first-hand on the tightening of restrictions and enforcement landscape.
UK Finance Forum - ESG and the Climate Challenge for Financial Institutions

22.06.22

Workshop

UK Finance Forum - ESG and the Climate Challenge for Financial Institutions

As we are currently working to upgrade our systems we are temporarily unable to accept card payments. If you would like to book any of our Training courses with a card, please contact training@ukfinance.org.uk and an alternative payment facility will be arranged. An exploration of the challenges faced and potential strategies for banks to address, in a way that can create business value: ? Accelerating changes in investor expectations on ESG ? Central Bank and Government pressure to meet Net Zero Carbon in 2050