How ready is your firm to meet the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) new expectations around culture and governance?
The FCA announced in its Business Plan 19/20 that culture, diversity and inclusion will be a cross-sector priority. The extended powers of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR) means that senior managers could be held personally liable for “non-financial” misconduct within their firms.
Watch this webinar for an informative discussion on a range of aspects around culture that interest the FCA. We explore the themes of purpose, leadership, governance, management and reward. You’ll learn what the FCA characterises as a healthy culture, with practical takeaways to implement across your firm’s D&I strategy.
Why Should You Attend?
- Understand the role of diversity and inclusion in reducing conduct risk, poor decision-making, risk-taking and customer harm.
- Hear the views of your industry peers on the FCA’s increasing focus on culture and governance.
- Understand the questions you should be asking yourself of your firm’s culture and the actions you should take.
- Gain practical know-how around the solutions to address the biggest barriers to diversity.
- Interactive presentation on the challenges facing financial services, concerns of today’s leaders, the issue of auditing culture and the key pillars of diversity and inclusion strategy.
- Panel discussion: ‘How organisations can start changing the dialogue on D&I from ‘wrong to right’ to ‘good to great’
- Q & A
- Sally Donohoe, Marketing Director, Brightpool
- John Milsom, Wickland Westcott
- Neil McDaid, Interim Head of Remediation, Commercial Banking
- Sandra Parry, Programme Director at Open Banking
- Jan Mosiewicz, Director at Open Banking