FCA cross-sector priorities – Conduct and Culture Remember what an FCA Director of Supervision once said?
Another tasty success at this years Macmillan Coffee Morning! What a fantastic effort from all bakers, fakers and eaters here at Trailight…
Our focus on culture and governance in financial services and its impact on individuals and firms conduct is a priority.
The Insurance Distribution Directive (not to be confused with the Initial Disclosure Document!) will replace the Insurance Mediation Directive (IMD) which was introduced in 2005.
You could be forgiven for questioning how European regulation might impact financial services organisations in the coming months and years.
As the extension of SM&CR consultation paper is released (FCA Proposed extension to SM&CR) all FCA regulated firms need to sit up and take notice as does the Insurer and Reinsurer market. As has been hinted “proportionality” rings true and is broken down by firms whose regime will be either in: Limited Scope Core Enhanced… Read more »
A whitepaper which provides insights from Medius Consulting as we approach the first anniversary of the initial implementation of the Senior Managers Regime in the UK.
Trailight hosted it’s launch event in fabulous style at 58 Victoria Embankment in Central London. We were joined by over 70 professionals from across the industry (50% under
How KPIs can allow you to link Individual Accountability Regime (IAR) requirements to company performance – By Charles Cattell.
Of particular relevance is section 14 – Knowledge and Competence requirements – which examines the impact these will have on competence management and T&C