Webinar - Register Now: Actionable Regulation - Introducing an Interactive version of the FCA Handbook
Webinar: 21 March 2019, 10-10:30am. "Actionable Regulation – how UK Financial Firms utilize the FCA Handbook is changing – find out how this benefits you? "
Webinar: 21 March 2019, 10-10:30am
Webinar: Actionable Regulation – how UK Financial Firms utilize the FCA Handbook is changing – find out how this benefits you?
We invite you to register to join Richard Pike, CEO, Governor Software as he discusses how, using Actionable Regulation, firms compliance teams can easily set policy controls, assign responsibilities, quickly track and keep up with the regulators changes and have clear evidence for the regulator of what has been done to adhere to a regulation.
This is the first in a series of Governor Software Webinars demonstrating how the way that, UK regulated financial institutions work with the FCA Handbook is changing. Focusing on "Actionable Regulation" Richard will demonstrate how FCA handbook users, can use their own personalised, live, actionable view of the FCA Handbook via "Governor Reg" to be able to:
- see what needs to be done to be compliant,
- be aware of regulatory changes/updates as they happen
- track actions and report their regulatory compliance on an ongoing basis.
Register now to join Richard Pike, CEO, Governor Software as he discusses this new approach. To date financial institutions have had to manually map their FCA regulatory obligations in tools not purpose built for compliance oversight, such as Microsoft Excel, and then manually manage status and obligations with an error-prone and non-auditable operational model. This not only exposes institutions to unnecessary risk but also prevents them from proactively managing ongoing changes within specific regulations.
The need to follow this approach is changing - during this webinar Richard will demonstrate how to make regulations actionable by providing compliance teams with a view of individual regulations, allowing them to create assessments, assign tasks and attach relevant files/ links, that demonstrate your compliance.
He will show how teams can Produce management level reports outlining the firms status across regulations and how compliant the institution is – including highlighting where the firm falls short, as well as holding an ongoing history/audit trail of all your data.
Finally Richard will illustrate how, in the event of an audit or FCA inspection, your compliance team will have clear evidence within the FCA format of what your firm has done to be compliant