On-Demand Webinar

Five key steps towards SMCR compliance: Are you ready for the 9th of December?

The countdown to the 9th of December 2019—and the implementation of the extension of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime SMCR —is on.   

Is your firm ready? 

We have asked our attendees during this webinar a few questions to better understand which stage of the process they are at the moment. If your firm is not confident enough about what has to be done or if you feel that you are missing something, we recommend you watch our on-demand webinar now.

In this webinar, you can listen to Liz Hornby, Principal Learning Consultant at Eukleia discussing the five steps that firms should take right now to make sure that they are ready for the new regime. She will give SMCR context, highlight some aspects of the FCA stocktake and give an overview of changes on the Senior Managers Regime, Certified Persons Regime and Individual Conduct Rules.

The FCA’s Executive Director of Supervision for Retail and Authorisations, Jonathan Davidson recently quoted “The SMCR is an important way to ensure individuals at all levels within firms take responsibility for their actions…” Liz will help you to understand why SMCR is so important for business, and the industry and what are the implications for organizations in 2020 and beyond. 

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11/06/2019 06:00 AM EDT

Featured Presenter

Liz Hornby
Principal Consultant, Eukleia

Liz is a qualified barrister with an M.Phil degree in Criminology from the University of Cambridge. She has recently completed a Research Masters in Corporate Governance and Business Ethics at the University of London and is continuing her studies to PhD level.

Liz is Eukleia’s Principal Consultant and a Governance, Risk and Compliance specialist. In this role, she specialises in authoring and delivering digital and face to face training on conduct, ethics, management and corporate governance. She has considerable practical knowledge of all aspects of the SMCR and has supported a wide range of firms on their implementation and training programmes.