On Thursday, 13th August we will have our first in a series of webinars on SEAR, Fitness & Probity and Culture & Behaviour. We are delighted to have Rose Kennedy, Director in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory Department, deliver this webinar that will cover a high-level overview of:
- Central Bank Fitness and Probity requirements;
- Summary of the upcoming Senior Executive Accountability Regime (“SEAR”);
- Regulatory expectations in relation to Culture and Behaviour;
- Reflection on the global evolution of individual accountability;
- Lessons learned from the Senior Managers Regime in the UK; and
- Discussion of practical ways for Firms to commence preparations.
This series has been designed to delve deeper into the topics, mentioned above, and provide attendees with a firmer grasp on what will be required of them to be compliant and successful. We are currently finalising dates for the rest of the series. The other webinars will be on:
- End to end F&P dedicated session;
- CHRO session – This session will be targeted at CHROs covering F&P, SEAR and culture;
- Dedicated session on culture and behaviour covering all aspects of culture including: diversity, inclusion, conduct risk, sustainability, local regulatory expectations, global regulatory expectations, future of Financial Services in the way of working and digitalisation.
If there are any topics that you would like covered in this series please email us and have the webinar title in the subject line.
||An Introduction to SEAR / Fitness & Probity / Culture & Behaviour
||Thursday, 13th August, 2020
||Rose Kennedy, Director, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
||13:00 – 14:00
||€25 members, €35 non-members
Rose Kennedy, Director, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
Rose is a Director in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory Department with over 15 years experience working in financial services. Rose specialises in regulatory advisory in all aspects of financial services regulation advising a wide range of both domestic and international financial institutions, including credit institutions, investment firms, payment institutions and insurance companies. Rose has extensive experience engaging directly with Irish, UK and other European regulators.
Rose is a Fellow Chartered Accountant (“FCA”) and holds a Bachelor degree in Commerce from UCD. She is a Licentiate of the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (“LCOI”) and holds a Diploma in Forensic Accounting with Chartered Accountants of Ireland. Rose is the Chair of the Association of Compliance Officers Ireland (“ACOI”) Prudential Regulation and Governance Working Group and a member of the ACOI EPDS Committee.