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UPDATE: Insurance & Financial Services APPG event on Future Regulatory Framework (19.07.22)

Chartered Insurance Institute

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Following Brexit, the UK needs to step up to the challenge of creating an international hub that is both highly professional and globally competitive.

With the future regulatory framework (FRF) setting out the transition from the EU supervisory model to a new blueprint for financial services, the IFSAPPG is eager to understand how this is likely to affect the sector, with more power assigned to the regulators, who in turn will have more accountability to Parliament.

During the coming months, the transition will start to take shape and will impact all organisations and businesses, but will these changes be successfully implemented to increase public trust in financial services?

Chaired by Craig Tracey MP, our expert speaker panel of:

  • Charlotte Clark - ABI,
  • Matthew Connell – CII,
  • David Sparkes – BIBA and
  • Caroline Wagstaff – LMG

will discuss their thoughts on the impact of the Future Regulatory Framework, including:

  • What the future financial regulatory framework means to their members
  • The impact of implementation on their members
  • The direction they want the reforms to take

Today’s IFSAPPG event on the Future Regulatory Framework event, taking place from 2-4pm, has been moved to a Teams meeting due to the Heatwave and business matters within parliament. If you wish to attend, please email [email protected] where an invitation will be sent for you to attend.


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