We're delighted to launch a new initiative for 2015 - a Risk & Regulatory Academy for Jersey professionals delivered in conjunction with Comsure, a leading provider of compliance services in the Channel Islands.
The academy has been designed to meet the growing demand for up-to-the minute training and information in the risk and regulatory space.
The dates for the academy are as follows:
- Thursday 26th March
- Tuesday 12th May
- Tuesday 22nd September
- Tuesday 20th October
The first in the series of four risk and regulatory training sessions will have a funds focus. Collas Crill's expert speakers Mark Rawlins and Paul Wilson have considerable experience dealing with regulators and advising clients on contentious and non-contentious regulatory issues. Our team will be joined by Comsure's Mathew Beale, whose background includes a senior compliance role at the JFSC and lecturing on the International Compliance Association's training programmes.
The first seminar will cover:
- A regulatory risk update- Mathew Beale, of Comsure will provide an update on recent regulatory developments
- Lessons for Directors- Mark Rawlins and Paul Wilson of Collas Crill will look at recent cases, including Weavering, Arch Cru and Horizon, which provide valuable lessons for all directors
- Corporate governance- Mathew, Mark & Paul will outline the main areas for analysis for businesses and directors who wish to meet best industry standards.
Details are as follows:
When: Thursday 26th March
Time: Registration from 11.45. To start at 12.15. Finishing at 13.45 prompt.
Where: Royal Yacht. A buffet lunch will be provided.
Cost: Each academy session will cost £80, with discounts available for multiple and group bookings.
CPD: You will be able to claim CPD points for this event and all future Risk & Regulatory Academy sessions
Please click here for full details and a booking form. All bookings to be made directly with Comsure.
We hope to see you there.
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