EVENT: FTI Consulting Delivers Tutorial on Compliance Management
Date: 7th December, 2018 Time: 09:30 am - 02:00 pm
ABA Corporate Member FTI Consulting delivered a tutorial on the Management of the Compliance Function at our offices on 7 December.
Other ABA Corporate Members were invited to attend.
Members of the FTI team included:
Nigel Webb, Senior Managing Director who heads FTI's EMEA Financial Services Practice.
Federica Taccogna, Managing Director who leads an FTI team that performs investigations on behalf of regulators and helps financial institutions achieve compliance.
Philip Chapman, Senior Director at FTI who specialises in wholesale condut risk, compliance training and SM&CR.
During the tutorial, the FTI staff drew on their own experience to explain the approach that UK banking regulators take when supervising Arab banks; they outlined the compliance procedures that firms should have in place to meet supervisors' expectations; and they sought to demystify the compliance function and show that effective compliance need not be expensive or complicated.
This tutorial is one of a series of events on technical subjects that the ABA offers to its coporate members.
Members or others who would like a copy of the presebntation should contact Federica Taccogna: email@example.com
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