As firms enter their third year of FCA regulation, the scope and breadth of regulatory change continues unabated. Some of this change involves major new requirements such as the Senior Managers’ Regime and the new EU Data Protection Regulation, affecting both governance processes and how firms collect and use customer data.
Significant regulatory announcements are also expected over the course of 2016. The FCA will report on its thematic work looking at Early Arrears and Staff Remuneration (including payments to brokers), and it will be consulting on changes to affordability/credit worthiness checks, reviewing the remaining provisions in the Consumer Credit Act and publishing recommendations for the Credit Card Market. How firms treat older customers and vulnerable consumers are also under the spotlight.
This conference brings firms up-to-date on all of these latest regulatory developments and provides members with an opportunity for discussion and debate.
Who should attend?
Heads/Managers of Legal, Regulatory, Fraud and Compliance Departments, Development Managers and all those responsible for the regulatory changes in consumer, mortgage and small business credit markets.