The European Financial Directives - ‘Capitalising on the Regulatory Challenge’

Venue: Hotel Russell

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Apr 10, 2006 End Date/Time: Apr 10, 2006
Registration Date: Mar 13, 2006
Early Registration Date: Apr 27, 2006
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'The international agenda is a heavy one and this shows no sign of abating in the short term. Influencing and understanding the implications of this agenda – particularly the risks and opportunities this presents – involves a significant commitment in terms of our resources, including senior management time.’ John Tiner (Chief Executive, FSA), International Regulatory Outlook, November 2005

Over 80% of UK regulations emanate directly from Europe and with the Financial Services Action Plan bringing harmonised regulations across the European Union no firm in the UK can ignore its impact. The FSA’s desire to simplify the Conduct of Business Sourcebook will mean across the board changes including mortgages and general insurance, which will be driven by MiFID led requirements.

This conference aims to develop an understanding of the impact of European directives and the challenges these bring to UK financial services firms. In particular to capitalise on the opportunities in the challenge by bringing informative speakers who can demonstrate practical examples of coping with the regulatory challenges brought in by MiFID and other directives.

Each of the keynote speeches will be followed by panel sessions including leading industry, HM Treasury, FSA, European Commission and other key influencers from Europe who will contribute to an interactive debate on the impact of European regulation and the challenges of managing the risks and exploiting the opportunities.

Delegates will have the opportunity to speak directly to the people with influence on European legislation. By understanding the challenges delegates will be able to realise the opportunities through practical solutions, real life examples and informative debate.

No other financial services conference will bring together so much value in one event.


Russell Square, Bloomsbury
United Kingdom

Additional Information

Pricing Payment can be made in either GBP or Euros. Corporate Rate Full: £495 (€ 720) Early Bird: £450 (€ 620) Reduced and Group Rate* Full: £350 (€ 510) Early Bird: £295 (€ 430) Deadline for Early Bird registration is the 27th February 2006 with payment due by the 13th March 2006. * We offer a reduced rate to corporate organisations originating from new EU member states or from countries in Eastern Europe, and from the following not for profit bodies: NGOs, associations. Group Rate applies to any corporate customers registering 3 or more delegates at the same time. We are also able to offer a further discount to political representatives, academics, researchers and students. Please contact us for more details. We reserve the right to verify discount status. All prices exclude UK VAT @ 17.5 %