June 12, 2018 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hilton, Charlemont
Charlemont Pl
Saint Kevin's, Dublin
€50 Members, €75 Non-members
Emily Glen

The Building Blocks series is aimed at those new to the Compliance profession and those who are looking to move into the area of Compliance. However, it may also appeal to seasoned Compliance practitioners who wish to refresh their knowledge and understanding of key areas of Compliance practice.

This workshop focuses on the role of the compliance plan, implementing the plan and the successful adoption of a risk based compliance monitoring approach.   A panel of industry experts and practitioners will lead attendees through technical areas of compliance plans and monitoring, as well as the most current thinking on compliance.

Title: Building Blocks for Effective Compliance Series – Compliance Plan and Compliance Monitoring (3/6) 
Date: Tuesday, 12th June, 2018
Venue: The Hilton, Charlemont, Dublin 2
Time: 9.00 am – 12.00 pm (Registration from 8.30 am)
Speakers: Martin Purdy, LCOI;

Julia Carmichael, Chief Risk Officer of Trinity College Dublin;

Chaired by Donal Martin, Head of Compliance,  SMT Fund Services (Ireland) Limited

CPD: 3 Hour CPD
Fee: €50 Members, €75 Non-Member

Indicative topics will include:

• Components of a compliance plan;
• Implementing the plan – good and bad practices;
• How to effectively adopt a risk based compliance monitoring approach.


Martin Purdy LCOI

Martin worked in Risk and Compliance roles in Bank of Ireland Group for 15 years, having led the functions responsible for Conduct Risk, Compliance Development and Upstream, Operational Risk and Retail Compliance in both Ireland and UK before taking up leadership of the Group Risk Assurance monitoring function in 2015; more recently he was Head of Operations and Assurance at the world-leading currency notes wholesale provider BOI First Currency Services in UK. Within Bank of Ireland Group Martin previously held roles in banking and in the life assurance subsidiary relating to sales and marketing, IT and operations; and prior to working in financial services, he worked for Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) for 10 years. 

Martin previously has been an ACOI Director, Chair of the Membership Committee and a member of the Education Committee.

Click on Martin’s LinkedIn profile for further information.

Julia Carmichael

Julia Carmichael has recently been appointed the Chief Risk Officer of Trinity College Dublin and to the Residential Tenancies Board (the new regulatory body in that sector) as a Director and Audit and Risk Committee Chairperson. She has over 15 years in Financial Services working in Risk and Compliance in both banking and insurance. She has held roles such as Chief Compliance Officer for IPB Insurance, CCO for Aviva Group Ireland, as well as Head of Enterprise Risk and Information Security for Ulster Bank RBS Group, Finance Administrator and Treasury Manager for Baxter Pharmaceutical and was a Senior Manager for Credit and Risk Management for MBNA Europe.  Julia has worked in several regulatory jurisdictions and international financial institutions across Europe.  She actively supports the development of education in financial management and personal development for women in business.   As a non-executive director she has been a member of several professional and not-for-profit organisations such as the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Dublin Enterprise Board, Ballymun Regeneration Ltd, the Royal Irish Academy of Music, the Ballymun Partnership and St James Hospital Dublin. She is a graduate of the Msc in Compliance and is completing her MSc is Business and Leadership.