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AFB Annual Regulatory Conference 2024
We are delighted to invite members to AFB’s Annual Regulatory Conference in partnership with and hosted by Simmons & Simmons, and sponsored by Avyse Partners, Focusync and Whistlebrook. 
AFB Virtual Seminar: Implementing the DORA Requirements for Third Party Risk Management
We are delighted to partner with experts from Baringa’s Risk and Regulatory Control practice for this virtual seminar.  The team at Baringa will share guidance on identifying, assessing, monitoring, and mitigating risks associated with the use of third-party vendors, suppliers, contractors, or partners.
AFB Practice Roundtable: Model Risk Management in the context of PRA Supervisory Statement 1/23
This in-person practice roundtable, held in partnership with KPMG, will provide members with an opportunity to discuss and share their perspectives, approaches, and challenges in Model Risk Management practices, particularly in the context of PRA supervisory statement 1/23, which comes into effect on 17 May 2024.
AFB Practice Roundtable: What is the Role of Generative AI in Tackling Financial Crime?
This in-person practice roundtable is an opportunity for members to join a discussion, facilitated by Promontory IBM, on the use of Generative AI to help banks tackle fraud and financial crime.  
AFB’s Annual General Meeting 2024
After 10 years serving on the AFB Board and 6 years as AFB’s Chair, Bill Smith will step down at this AGM. As a thank you for all his hard work and support over the years, we will hold a drinks and networking reception following the AGM. We hope that you will be able to join us for this well-deserved celebration.
AFB Seminar: Regulatory Oversight of AI in the UK – Impact for Banks
AFB, in partnership with BCLP, has organised a seminar to examine the current regulatory framework for AI, with a specific focus on the impact for the UK banking sector.
AFB Practice Workshop: How can Banks Measure and Monitor Culture, Diversity and Inclusion?
This interactive practice workshop, in partnership with BDO LLP, will help AFB members understand the importance of culture and D&I in the regulatory context.  It will help delegates learn how to establish effective culture and D&I frameworks, as well as highlight how banks can measure and monitor culture and D&I using employee data and management information.  
AFB Training Workshop: Foundation Level – Looking at Conduct through the Lens of Culture
A one-day foundation course designed to build an understanding of conduct risk and how it relates to culture, deep dive into the approach and metrics to measure conduct risk, and introduce methods and tools to influence and change behaviour.