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From 1 July 2017, the finance and banking industry operating in the UK will be represented by a new trade association, UK Finance. It will represent around 300 firms in the UK providing credit, banking, markets and payment-related services. The new organisation will take on most of the activities previously carried out by the Asset Based Finance Association, the British Bankers’ Association, the Council of Mortgage Lenders, Financial Fraud Action UK, Payments UK and the UK Cards Association.x
4 May 2016
Time: 9:30am – 7:00pm
Venue: Clothworkers’ Hall, Dunster Court, Mincing Lane, London EC3R 7AH
In July 2015, the Group of Thirty published a Special Report on “Banking Conduct and Culture: A Call for Sustained and Comprehensive Reform”. This important Report identifies shortcomings, and also good practice, in promoting and maintaining a strong banking culture, and makes several recommendations for banking industry leaders as they seek to address culture in their banks.
The Institute for Regulation and Ethics of the Centre for Commercial Legal Studies at Queen Mary University of London is pleased to announce the convening of a one-day Conference to discuss and debate key recommendations in the Report. The Conference will consider:
Please join us for a drinks reception after the Conference.
MC: John Taylor, CCLS Institute for Regulation and Ethics
Who Should Attend
This Conference will be of great interest to senior bankers, regulators and supervisors, consultants, barristers and solicitors, academics and students interested in banking and finance.
The conference is accredited for 6 CPD points with the Bar Standards Board.
For directions to the venue, please refer to the venue website.
How to Book
Please book through the QMUL e-shop.
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