Skip to main content
2021 AFB AGM Date Confirmed

AFB’s 53rd Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on 26 May 2021 We hope that as many member banks as possible will attend the AGM – at which the Chairman will present his update and the CEO will discuss the forward look for 2021 and beyond.  Please find the formal notice

We are hiring!

We are looking for a talented Marketing Associate to support the Director of Member & Stakeholder Engagement to deliver the AFB’s marketing and communications strategy by maximising the impact and quality of external communications, social media and website. More information

Default Event Image
We are hiring!

The AFB is hiring an Executive and Team Assistant to cover a period of maternity leave. The role includes EA to the CEO and Team Assistant to the Practice and Events team. You would provide support to senior management with organisation, scheduling, correspondence, human resources, and meetings. You

Default Event Image
CEO Round Up April 2021

Read the latest CEO Round Up from Catherine Raines and the AFB team.

CEO Round Up
AFB Responds to Cabinet Office Covid Status Certification Review Call for Evidence

The AFB has responded to the UK Government’s call for evidence for the Covid status Certification Review. A copy of the response is included in the AFB Resources Library. If you are interested in following this policy discussion, join the AFB for access to discussions on this and other

Default Event Image
New AFB Representative for the JMLSG Editorial Panel

We are delighted to announce that Tony Dixon, Director, Deputy Head, EMEA Financial Crimes Compliance at BNY Mellon will be joining the JMLSG Editorial Panel as the AFB representative.  We thank Tony for agreeing to take on this important role.

Save the Date – AFB Annual Regulatory Conference

We are delighted to invite you to the AFB’s Annual Regulatory Conference in partnership with Latham & Watkins on 13 May 2021. The conference will focus on the changing regulatory environment following the end of the transition period and the prospect of differing regulations in the UK and the

BRAND NEW AFB Conduct & Culture Training Course – Looking at Conduct through the Lens of Culture.

This course is different to any other on this topic.  Instead of focusing only on the various regulatory rules that are in place, it also considers how the culture of a firm, however positive it may be, may give rise to misconduct – both intentional and unintentional.