Since the market crash in 2008 regulation is generally accepted as necessary, the financial system has also become somewhat safer as some of the global market forces that led to the initial panic have largely dissipated.
Still, some in the banking industry complain that the glacial pace of rule-making has also frozen basic investment and that in turn, has hampered the broader economic recovery. Our two guest speakers discuss the impact of the regulation change, the concept of 'too big to fail' and the economic and cultural variances we face in our businesses.
We are pleased to invite you to our success series event, 2014: Living in the Shadow of Regulation?, a panel discussion event in which we look at the key drivers, practical solutions and the cost of change to the economy.
Our speakers are:
Iain Coke - Head of the Financial Services Faculty at the ICAEW
In addition to leading the R&D; of the new faculty, Iain is responsible for the Institute's technical work on financial services, working closely with senior representatives from accounting firms and the industry. Head of the Financial Services Faculty at the ICAEW, he also represents the UK accountancy profession on the European Federation of Accountants (FEE) Banks and Insurance Working Parties and Financial Instruments Sub-Group.
Neeraj Kapur - Chief Financial Officer, Secure Trust Bank
Previously Group Finance Director of Lombard, Neeraj has a seat on the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales representing Banking and is the Vice Chairman of its Financial Services Faculty.
The event will take place on Thursday, 27th March 2014.
Time: 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm start
Venue: Morgan McKinley, 61 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4AE
Refreshments will be served.
Morgan McKinley’s Success Series events are designed to create a space where current and future generations of leaders and specialist professionals can network and learn from experts.