DATE Thursday 5 November 2020
VENUE The Nottingham Belfry Hotel, NG8 6PY
OFFER Book 3 or more places to receive a 10% discount
Since 2014, when the Financial Conduct Authority took over regulation of the credit arena, they have been moving towards full delivery of their business plan. The mission to ensure fair treatment of consumers from an industry offering responsible credit, is well under way.
One big question hangs over the work. Has overly enthusiastic regulation limited available credit options, and effectively reduced consumer freedom of choice to an untenably narrow and unfairly balanced field? Throughout the year, the CCTA ‘Protect Access to Responsible Credit’ (PARC) campaign will be at the forefront of our lobbying activity.
The conference will provide a full progress update, and review; where we were, were we are now, and what’s new on the horizon.
Moving into 2020, the immediate focus will be on leadership, tone and culture, with the implementation of SM&CR regimes. When the last stages of the FCA mandate are complete, will the dust finally settle for the industry, or will an ever-changing horizon create continuing challenge for this beleaguered corner of the UK economy?
Join us in unlocking the answers, and focusing on the line of the horizon.
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.
- After five years of FCA regulation, is the market working well for the consumer?
- Is the political future positive or negative for even more credit regulation?
- Leadership, Tone, & Culture: How do you measure it across different sizes of companies
- Where is the UK Economy heading post Brexit – sky rocket or dustbin?
- TCF: Is the customer receiving the best possible service from the industry?
- A future view of the next five years of Consumer Credit
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