The IFoA is pleased to announce the launch of our “Professionalism Lecture Series 2017” which comprises a series of events over the course of the year. Our programme is designed to promote debate around the importance of professionalism, and the role of professionals, including actuaries and others, across the financial services industry.
Our programme is designed to promote debate around the importance of professionalism, and the role of professionals, including actuaries and others, across the financial services industry. The programme comprises a number of events around the world with the first taking place in Gibraltar on 31st January followed by events in Singapore and Malaysia in February.
Our first UK based event will take place at Staple Inn Hall, London on 2 March, 2017. It will be delivered by Ben Kemp (IFoA General Counsel) in association with Edinburgh Law Seminars and it is tailored to be of relevance and importance to all professionals. Full details are available from the link below.
A number of places have been secured for IFoA members at a greatly reduced rate of £25+VAT pp. If you are a member of the IFoA and would like to book one of these limited places please contact Debbie Atkins. When contacting Debbie please provide a note of your ARN. These places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, after which places can be secured at the normal rate.
Aims and Objectives
The overall purpose of the seminar is to provide an overview of current issues affecting professional regulation. More specifically, the objectives of the seminar are:
- To provide a comprehensive update on legal developments in professional discipline
- To allow participants to advance their knowledge and understanding of trends and debates in professional regulation
- To provide an overview of the broader policy issues and challenges facing professional regulators today
- To identify and assess global trends on incentivising workers to report wrongdoing to professional bodies and regulators
- To examine UK whistleblower protection legislation and to consider ways it can be used to strengthen the role of bodies and regulators
The seminar is of particular relevance to:
1. Professionals with an interest in the field of professional discipline and/ or regulation
2. Lawyers and policy specialists working for professional bodies
3. Regulators- those specifically responsible for the regulation of professional people, but also sectoral regulators (eg in relation to financial services) more broadly who also encounter the general challenge of regulatory relevance, including the specific and critical one of making whistle blowing work.
4. Academics with a research interest in what makes for 'effective regulation' in 2017.
Contact Events Team for more information.
0207 632 1498
Staple Inn Hall
London WC1V 7QJ