Please refer to the following table for upcoming events in 2017. This table is for diary planning purposes only – the event can be booked when it appears in the calendar below.

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ACOI 2017 Conference – CLOSED (FULLY BOOKED) 9:00 am
ACOI 2017 Conference – CLOSED (FULLY BOOKED) @ The Westin Hotel
Nov 10 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
ACOI 2017 Conference - CLOSED (FULLY BOOKED) @ The Westin Hotel | Dublin | County Dublin | Ireland
THIS IS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED. THE EVENT IS AT CAPACITY AND WE ARE UNABLE TO FACILITATE ANY LATE BOOKINGS. This flagship event is a must attend Conference for all working and interested in compliance. We will have interactive discussion with regulators, policymakers, thought leaders and practitioners.   Event Details: Title: ACOI 2017 Conference: Compliance and your Reputation  Date: Friday, 10th November 2017 Speakers: Clive Kelly, ACOI President    Ed Sibley, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Ireland   Patrick Kenny, Member of The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission   Keith Packer, Top Bunk Thinking, former Commercial General Manager of British Airways World Cargo   Gonzalo Caro, Global Privacy Manager, Microsoft   Ronan Gargan, Director of the EU-UK Unit, EU Division of the Dept of Foreign Affairs   Kieran Donoghue, Head of International Financial Services,  IDA    Arndt Harbecke, Chief Compliance Officer, Landis+Gyr AG, Switzerland    John Mahony, Group CEO, Reputation Inc    John O’Dwyer, Chief Executive, Vhi Healthcare  [...]
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SEMINAR: Regulatory Investigations and Consumer Protection Risk Assessment 12:30 pm
SEMINAR: Regulatory Investigations and Consumer Protection Risk Assessment @ Chartered Accountants House @ 47
Nov 14 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
SEMINAR: Regulatory Investigations and Consumer Protection Risk Assessment @ Chartered Accountants House @ 47 | County Dublin | Ireland
In March 2017, the Central Bank of Ireland published its Consumer Protection Risk Assessment (CPRA) Model. The Model establishes a new and more intrusive approach for supervisory assessments of regulated firms in relation to conduct and consumer protection risk management In the Autumn 2017 edition of Irish Compliance Quarterly (ICQ) the ACOI Consumer Protection Working Group considered what firms and compliance officers need to do to ensure their Consumer Protection Risk Assessment Framework is proportionate to the nature, scale and complexity of the firm and the risks they are designed to manage. This seminar continues on this theme with Muireann Reedy of Dillon Eustace’s Regulatory Investigations Unit. Muireann will share her insights on; The supervisory tools at the Central Bank’s disposal to ensure a Positive Consumer-Focused Culture prevails in firms. Her engagements with various firms in their preparation for and attending to recommendations from regulatory inspections. Please note that this[...]
WEBINAR (Live Streamed) – Regulatory Investigations and Consumer Protection Risk Assessment 12:30 pm
WEBINAR (Live Streamed) – Regulatory Investigations and Consumer Protection Risk Assessment @ Live Streamed Webinar from Chartered Accountants House
Nov 14 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
WEBINAR (Live Streamed) - Regulatory Investigations and Consumer Protection Risk Assessment @ Live Streamed Webinar from Chartered Accountants House | County Dublin | Ireland
Live Stream Webinar – Limited Availability In March 2017, the Central Bank of Ireland published its Consumer Protection Risk Assessment (CPRA) Model. The Model establishes a new and more intrusive approach for supervisory assessments of regulated firms in relation to conduct and consumer protection risk management In the Autumn 2017 edition of Irish Compliance Quarterly (ICQ) the ACOI Consumer Protection Working Group considered what firms and compliance officers need to do to ensure their Consumer Protection Risk Assessment Framework is proportionate to the nature, scale and complexity of the firm and the risks they are designed to manage. This seminar continues on this theme with Muireann Reedy of Dillon Eustace’s Regulatory Investigations Unit. Muireann will share her insights on; The supervisory tools at the Central Bank’s disposal to ensure a Positive Consumer-Focused Culture prevails in firms. Her engagements with various firms in their preparation for and attending to recommendations from[...]
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The Main Challenges Facing the Funds Sector 12:30 pm
The Main Challenges Facing the Funds Sector @ Chartered Accountants House
Nov 21 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
The Main Challenges Facing the Funds Sector @ Chartered Accountants House | County Dublin | Ireland
This informative one-hour seminar will discuss two of the main challenges in the funds sector, fund management governance and regulatory scrutiny on outsourcing arrangements. Martin Anderson, Head of Operations at Capita Financial Managers (Ireland) Ltd. will consider the issue of Fund Management Company Governance, the challenges and possible solutions from the implementation of CP86 guidance. Niamh Mulholland, Director, Investment Management Regulatory practice, KPMG will discuss various aspects of outsourcing arrangements, e.g. offshoring of activities that necessitate increased oversight of the fund company by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI). Title: The main challenges facing the funds sector Date: Tuesday, 21st November 2017 Speaker: Martin Anderson, Head of Operations, Capita Financial Managers (Ireland) Ltd. Niamh Mulholland, Director, Investment Management Regulatory practice, KPMG Venue: Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Time: 12.30 pm – 1.30 pm (Registration from 12.00 pm) CPD: 1 Hr Indicative Fee: €35.00 (Member); €50.00 (Non-Member) Topics[...]
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GDPR – Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) Workshop 9:00 am
GDPR – Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) Workshop @ Hilton Charlemont
Nov 23 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
GDPR - Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) Workshop @ Hilton Charlemont | Dublin | County Dublin | Ireland
GDPR – Data Protection Impact Assessments will be a mandatory requirement under GDPR and these workshops are intended to support members in understanding the DPIA process. Feedback from previous workshops confirmed the interest in this topic. This is of significant importance given recent guidance issued from the Data Protection Commissioner (ODPC) in Ireland and from the Article 29 Working Party group. This is the third in our series of DPIAs workshops. Feedback from the first and second workshops (04/10/16 and 09/05/17) confirm the continued interest in this topic. In this workshop, Kate Colleary, Co Founder and Director of Data Protection Consulting Firm, Frontier Privacy, and Elizabeth Dunne, consultant with Frontier Privacy will propose a methodology to carry out DPIAs. They will also provide practical guidance with some model templates drawing from their varied engagements across different sectors, in Ireland and internationally on DPIAs. The presentation will be followed by a[...]
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Ethical Challenges in business going into 2018 – how to meet them? 6:00 pm
Ethical Challenges in business going into 2018 – how to meet them? @ Radisson Royal Blu Hotel
Nov 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Ethical Challenges in business going into 2018 - how to meet them? @ Radisson Royal Blu Hotel | Dublin | County Dublin | Ireland
The ACOI Ethics Committee continues the theme of hearing from practitioners outside of the financial services sector on the basis that the objective is always to seek to do the right or most correct thing. Back on 23rd May the drivers, challenges and benefits of developing a corporate ethics programme, using the background of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010 were explored. In this seminar Ed McDonald, former Chief Executive of both The Association of Advertisers in Ireland and of The Marketing Institute of Ireland, and currently Compliance Adviser to the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers will consider these questions. The interesting nature of this subject matter and Ed’s contrarian viewpoint and perspective on the financial services sector may resonate well with some delegates, and what will ensue is a lively discussion between all. with 1 hour Ethics CPD. Please note that this event will be recorded[...]