5 December, London
Following the success of last year’s event, Practical Law have announced the 2nd Corporate Risk and Accountability Forum taking place on 5 December 2013 in London. Keynote speaker, David Bermingham, will tell his cautionary tale of a US extradition and the lessons he learnt from being part of the NatWest Three.
With increased enforcement activity teeming from the FCA, and recently publicised whistle blowing from around the globe, recognizing and pre-empting the risks you face are crucial. Practical Law have picked the TOP FOUR risk themes for you: (1) operational, (2) financial crime, (3) reputational and (4) regulatory. With structured panel sessions including perspectives from in-house, private practice and the regulators, you will be sure to gain a complete breakdown of industry trends at both an EU and UK level.
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6 December, London
This seminar, brought to you jointly by Weightmans LLP and Wesleyan Financial Planning will explore the issues surrounding law firm financial stability, financial planning, corporate structure (including ABS) and regulatory compliance. It aims to discuss what the impact of recent changes have been, what lessons can be learned and how the future looks for the profession.
The seminar is designed to provide those in positions of responsibility (including COLPs and COFAs) within law firms with some food for thought, some practical advice and for them to leave with a better understanding of some of the risks, the pitfalls, how to avoid them and build a successful, compliant and thriving business.
Time: Registration 9.30am, start 10am – 1pm (approx) with a buffet lunch served after
Venue: Weightmans LLP, 2nd Floor, 6 New Street Square, New Fetter Lane, London
CPD: 3 points
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