DATE Thursday 1 November 2018
VENUE The Nottingham Belfry Hotel, NG8 6PY
OFFER Book 3 or more places to receive a 10% discount
LEADERSHIP know the way
TONE go the way
CULTURE show the way
Since the Financial Conduct Authority took over regulation of the credit arena in 2014, they have worked to ensure the fair treatment of consumers, from an industry offering responsible credit. The final part of their jigsaw is the introduction of the Senior Managers & Certification Regimes. We know that in 2019, they will focus heavily on leadership, tone and culture.
2018 however, has so far proved to be a year of unprecedented market disruption, so much so that we find ourselves asking:
- is disruption the new norm?
- is disruption a good thing for business and consumers?
- should we be concerned, or embrace change?
- what is the key to disruptive innovation?
- are things likely to calm down in the near future?
- what have we learnt about general disruption, and how can we take our new understanding forward, to meet SM&CR head on as tomorrow’s leaders?
Throughout the year, our political voice has been raised, to shape and promote access to credit for the nation, and stand against excessive controls which will impact negatively on consumers, lenders and potentially the UK economy.
Our November conference will reflect on a turbulent year, and seek to answer questions raised. We will provide expert market analysis and advice, alongside a full review of the industry. See you there!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Credit grantors and brokers, and all other firms operating under the FCA regime, CEO’s, risk directors, proposed/approved persons and senior managers.
Financial services specialists, high level representatives covering regulation, the legal sector, and the economy, relevant industry experts from consumer credit and a wider business landscape.
- market disruption
- innovation and the speed of change
- fintech and the future
- business and political culture
- economic overview
Morning – 9.30 a.m. networking breakfast and registration. The morning will provide an industry overview, formatted around individual presentations and panel sessions. Speakers will include high level representatives covering regulation, the legal sector, and the economy.
Aternoon – Following a networking lunch, the afternoon will split into sessions. Each will include a variety of relevant industry experts from consumer credit and a wider business landscape. There will be open panel discussions, and a final summary with an additional Q & A opportunity before the event closes at approx. 4.50 p.m.
Evening – Champagne Reception 7.00 to 7.45 p.m, followed by the dinner, until midnight.
Dress code – black tie, lounge suit or evening dress
Raffle – to be drawn before dinner.