FCA investigations webinar - watch on demand

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Key insights on FCA investigations for Banks, Insurance Companies and Wealth Managers: current trends, practical tips and maximising your insurance cover. Hosted by Howden Insurance Brokers and DWF.

In recent years, regulatory investigations have been a key risk for regulated firms, with Banks and Insurers alone accounting for almost half of all FCA enforcement activity over the past three years. With new areas of risk appearing as a result of the pandemic and the FCA issuing various pieces of guidance on its areas of concern, we expect the growth to continue into 2021. Lockdowns and the work from home directive could form the backdrop for greater investigation and enforcement activity in the coming months.

Navigating the investigation process, and ensuring you utilise the insurance coverage available, is not easy, particularly when doing so under the pressure of an active FCA investigation. In this webinar, we provide guidance on the practicalities of investigations for institutions such as Banks, Insurance Companies and Wealth Managers, explore the current focus of the FCA, and give some top tips on the insurance coverage available and how to utilise that cover effectively. 

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FCA investigations webinar

If you have any questions regarding the webinar, or would like to hear more about the services of Howden or DWF, please do not hesitate to reach out to our panelists.

Howden: DWF: 

Hilary Harmsworth
Divisional Director - Insurance Companies
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John Greene 
Divisional Director - Banks & Wealth 
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Carey Lynn
Head of Legal, Technical & Claims
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Sam Vardy
Associate Director - Legal, Technical & Claims
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Imogen Makin
Director - Financial Services Regulatory Investigations
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Robbie Constance 
Partner - Head of Financial Services Regulatory Investigations
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Richard Burger
Partner - Head of Corporate Investigations
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