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

Heads of Operational Risk Member Network - September

28.09.22

Network

Heads of Operational Risk Member Network - September

The UK Finance Head of Operational Risk Network is a FREE quarterly meeting of Heads of Operational Risk from UK Finance member firms who come together to share experiences, problem-solve and receive timely and relevant insights from UK Finance policy directors, regulators, government spokespeople and key subject matter experts in a confidential setting. Topics The Head of Operational Risk Network will help Heads of Operational Risk:

29.09.22

Workshop

Conduct and Culture Programme: Conduct framework - right first time

Led by the UK example, regulators worldwide are increasing the pressure on managers in financial firms to show they are performing their roles effectively, giving due thought to risk culture, aligning rewards with socially-aware corporate purpose, and showing an informed understanding of human behaviour. The regulator's new ?behavioural? approach is examined in our one-day fully hands-on workshop.  We will cover the essentials of Conduct Risk, including under hybrid working, and what your firm needs to do to discharge its responsibilities.
ICAAP best practice principles

04.10.22

Workshop

ICAAP best practice principles

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.

05.10.22

Workshop

Conduct and Culture Programme: Assessments of conduct and culture

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.
Scotland Mortgage Dinner 2022

06.10.22

Receptions and dinners

Scotland Mortgage Dinner 2022

Following the sold-out Scotland Dinner held before the pandemic, UK Finance is delighted to return to the iconic Prestonfield House in the shadow of Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh on 6 October 2022.
Cyber Essentials workshop (in partnership with IASME)

13.10.22

Workshop

Cyber Essentials workshop (in partnership with IASME)

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. Cyber Essentials is a government-backed framework that 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. 

20.10.22

Workshop

Conduct and Culture Programme: How to keep ahead of reputational risk

Reputation is now the top concern for many firms? risk governance leaders. Prudential and Conduct regulators have begun to use culture assessment tools which draw on research evidence that connects reputation to capital adequacy - an insight still unfamiliar to many. Capital supervisors are prepared to question how far regulatee firms have stress-tested their cosy assumptions of limited reprisk exposure under 'social licence?, ?implicit support? and 'step-in risk? scenarios.  Firms are expected to deploy the best available tools to manage and measure reputation risk, taking the initiative to identify new indicators and using these to populate new report formats.  This workshop offers an introductory guide to these.
Product governance (mortgages, deposits and consumer credit)

01.11.22

Workshop

Product governance (mortgages, deposits and consumer credit)

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.

10.11.22

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.