On 26 July, the PRA published SS5/21 International banks: The PRA’s approach to branch and subsidiary supervision and PS 19/21 setting out its supervisory approach to international banks. The AFB is delighted to partner with PwC for this special seminar developed specifically for AFB members. PwC will highlight and share best practice on the following key areas of the Supervisory Statement: governance, booking models, risk management, operational resilience, reporting, and information sharing requirements.
Do you know how you should prepare for CSDR’s upcoming Settlement Discipline Regime (SDR)?
The AFB is delighted to partner with DTCC who will provide an overview of the SDR to foreign bank members. DTCC will discuss its impact to European securities markets, the participants and outline what to expect in the coming months.
The last 18 months have pushed mental health firmly onto the board agenda. Progress was already being made but Covid and all that it has entailed has shone a spotlight on the issue, together with political upheaval in the world, Black Lives Matter, Brexit, environmental concern, economic uncertainty and so much more has reinforced the need for all organisations to think more strategically about their approach to this important subject and address the needs of their staff.
How do you keep the focus on supervision and legal compliance on the areas of highest AML/CTF risk without placing unnecessary strains on the business? The AFB is delighted to partner with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP (BCLP)who will discuss with foreign bank members the HMT’s call for evidence and consultation on the UK’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) regime.