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Restrictions on the unsolicited selling of financial products are set to go-live in early October and many organisations are finalising arrangements to meet compliance. While the principles of anti-hawking are broadly acknowledged as central to good conduct, the requirements themselves can be challenging to operationalise. Are you clear about the distinctions?
Facilitated by Rosalyn Teskey, Partner, and Georgia Amery, Senior Manager, from Deloitte’s Governance, Regulation and Conduct practice, this timely and important workshop will provide an overview of the background and context of the anti-hawking provisions and the key requirements contained within, as well as conduct a scenario-based exercise to test where the line is drawn – what will and won’t fly?
Rosalyn is a partner in Deloitte's Governance, Regulation and Conduct practice. She specialises in supporting firms to design and assess frameworks to treat customers fairly, including the development of conduct, product governance, sales practices and complaints handling frameworks.
Georgia is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Governance, Regulation and Conduct practice. She specialises in supporting clients across financial services to design, implement and review frameworks, policies and procedures focused on preventative conduct and promoting good customer outcomes.
One-hour online virtual workshop
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Virtual workshops are limited to 30 participants to allow for discussion, and to ensure that participants have ample opportunity to ask presenters questions..
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