3rd Aug 2023 | Events

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Charlotte Pope-Williams will be a speaker at various MBL webinars this year. She will be speaking on different banking and financial service topics, see the list below for further details of these talks and registration links.


Charlotte Pope-Williams leads Risk Management & Operational Resilience Failings webinar

In this MBL seminar ‘Risk Management & Operational Resilience Failings – The Prudential Perspective’, Charlotte Pope-Williams highlights the common themes in the latest PRA enforcement decisions as well as the litigation risks arising for firms finding themselves in these types of situations. 

When: 2 August 2023

Time: 12.30pm

Register here for this webinar via MBL Risk Management & Operational Resilience Failings – The Prudential Perspective – Webinar


Charlotte Pope-Williams leads LDI Fund Regulation webinar

In this MBL webinar ‘LDI Fund Regulation – What to Expect’, Charlotte Pope-Williams explores the regulatory highlight of pension funds in September 2022, why it might have happened, what the Bank of England’s new regulatory requirements could look like and how they could be enforced.

When: 16 August 2023

Time: 12.30pm

Register here for this webinar via MBL https://www.mblseminars.com/Outline/LDI-Fund-Regulation—What-to-Expect—Webinar/17865


Charlotte Pope-Williams leads LIBOR Transition webinar

In this MBL webinar ‘LIBOR Transition – The Current Position & Horizon Scanning’ Charlotte Pope-Williams provides a refresher on the law, states the current policy position, flags what is on the horizon and highlights some of the risks of outstanding LIBOR exposure.

When: 20 September 2023

Time: 12.30pm

Register here for this webinar via MBL LIBOR Transition – The Current Position & Horizon Scanning – Webinar


Charlotte Pope-Williams leads Breathing Space & Mental Health Moratoriums webinar

In this MBL webinar ‘Breathing Space & Mental Health Moratoriums – Guidance for Financial Services’ Charlotte Pope-Williams discusses the relevance of the Breathing Space Moratorium and Mental Health Crisis Moratorium (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 in the context of Principle 6 of the FCA’s Principles for business and the incoming Consumer Duty which will be contained in Principle 12 of the FCA’s Principles for business. 

When: 6 October 2023

Time: 12.30pm

Register here for this webinar via MBL Breathing Space & Mental Health Moratoriums – Guidance for Financial Services


Charlotte Pope-Williams leads Delegated Authorities in the Insurance Market – Conduct Risk Issues Explored

In this MBL webinar ‘Delegated Authorities in the Insurance Market – Conduct Risk Issues Explored’ Charlotte Pope-Williams discusses the conduct risks faced by those insurers who outsource claims handling and/or underwriting to third parties (noting that those third parties with underwriting authority from Lloyd’s Managing Agents are called coverholders). 

When: 20 October 2023

Time: 9:00am

Register here for this webinar via MBL Delegated Authorities in the Insurance Market – Conduct Risk Issues Explored


Charlotte Pope-Williams leads UK Operational Resilience for Financial Services – The Current Position

In this MBL webinar ‘UK Operational Resilience for Financial Services – The Current Position’ Charlotte Pope-Williams discusses some of the latest updates as well as some context and practical insight into the concept of operational resilience as it relates to financial services regulation. 

When: 24 November 2023

Time: 13:00pm

Register here for this webinar via MLB UK Operational Resilience for Financial Services – The Current Position


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