Regulatory Compliance for the Insurance Industry (637I06M)

Venue: Kingsway Hall Hotel

Location: London,, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Oct 31, 2005 End Date/Time: Nov 01, 2005
Registration Date: Oct 01, 2005
Early Registration Date: Sep 01, 2005
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Attend this C5 conference to understand the changes that you must make to your internal systems, to ensure that you are fully compliant with the FSA regulatory regime. If you fail to pay full attention to what is required of you, and what you need to do to comply, you could be left facing devastating consequences, including hefty fines and the ultimate sanction, the withdrawal of your authorisation to conduct business.

Since we last held this event many new regulatory challenges have emerged (and are still emerging) for insurers and brokers to tackle. The last year, in particular, has seen dramatic changes in the regulation of the financial services, insurance and broking industries. Insurers and insurance intermediaries have had to build entire compliance teams to ensure that they are complying in the proper way. The Ј800,000 fine levied on Abbey National for mishandling complaints is demonstrative of the fact that the FSA is taking compliance with its regulations very seriously.

This C5 conference brings together a distinguished faculty of experts from the leading companies in the insurance industry, including Abbey National Plc, the FirstCity Partnership Limited, cchm:ping, BDS Mortgages Limited, Ecclesiastical Insurance Group, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Aon Limited, Willis Group, Watson Wyatt, Deloitte, Tillinghast, Norwich Union and Ernst & Young. You will also gain important information and insights from the Association of British Insurers (the “ABI”), the Association of Independent Financial Advisers (“AIFA”), Which?, Lloyds, the International Underwriting Association (“IUA”) and from many of the leading lawyers in private practice. You will also hear from the Financial Services Authority on their key expectations and priorities for the coming year.

This expert faculty will give you practical guidance on:
 How best to create a TCF environment
 What you can do to meet FSA expectations for the financial promotion of insurance products
 FSA visits: effective preparation and management
 The current FSA approach to enforcement
 How to successfully deal with conflicts of interest
 What the EU Competition Commission Investigation into Retail Financial Services will mean to you
 Contract Certainty and the solutions being proposed
 Successfully managing and restructuring with-profit funds
 The Reinsurance Directive: the European harmonisation process
 Transferring risk: finite reinsurance arrangements considered
 The impact of the UK and EU solvency requirements
Many conferences offer the strategic “blue skies” perspective, but what sets this conference apart is the technical detail. Ensure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to network with your peers and colleagues. Furthermore, when the conference is over you will have your documentation pack to refer to when regulatory affairs get complex.
This conference is by far the most comprehensive one that you will attend in this area in 2005. Take this opportunity to hear from the leading practitioners. Network with peers and colleagues who share similar concerns. Register now to secure your place at this event by calling + 44 20 7878 6988 or by using our online registration service.


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Additional Information

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