The corporate management/structure of your firm is an important
factor in order that trading and profitability are developed
consistently within the rules and subject to an effective corporate
governance regime. The regulator, however, has a view that it is
also an important factor to enable the establishment of a stable
risk-based approach to a complaint regime within the industry.
The purpose of this half day workshop is to address the issues
of the development of such a compliant regime.
- Understand the current state and direction of best practice in
corporate management/ governance within the insurance sector of
- Implement and embed best practices within your
- Structure board committees and institutional policies and
procedures to conform to requirements and expectations of the
- Communicate governance procedures to outside stakeholders
including shareholders, governments and communities.
- Implement governance directives within the management of your
- Analyse the governance of other institutions as a
- Analyse the cost, and identify and maximize the financial
benefit, from improved corporate governance and procedures within
Who should attend?
Compliance officers, managers and team leaders.
- What they are and how far they extend within your company and
- Establish what the proposals mean for your governance
- Understand the personal implications of the more intrusive
vetting of senior managers
- Know what the more detailed competence standards imply for
future demands on your time
- Consider what additional Committees, Non-Executive or Executive
responsibilities may result from the proposals
- Think through the responses your board may want to make to the
new regime when adopted fully
- Prepare for the transition from FSA to Financial Conduct
3 CPD hours
Attendance at this event awards up to 3 CPD hours where you
consider it relevant to your professional development needs.
Scheduled dates for this course have now sold out, please keep
checking the website for updates to availability. Dates are added
subject to demand and can also be run in-house for corporate