PwC Isle of Man, in collaboration with the Alliance of Isle of Man Compliance Professionals (AICP), is delighted to bring you this upcoming event. With the pace and turbulence of shifting regulations, technology and competition it can be hard to know how to steer your business, this event will bring you new perspectives and insights.
This event is free to attend.
Thursday, September 12, 2019, 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
From 8:00 AM for breakfast and registration, with formal presentations to start at 8:15 AM to finish by 10:30 AM
Niarbyl Suite, Comis Hotel & Golf Resort, Mount Murray Road, Santon, Isle of Man, IM4 2HT
|MLRO responsibilities in the current regulatory environment||Leading financial crime barrister Jenny Carter-Manning will lead a panel session of experienced cross sector MLROs and we would ask that questions/concerns are submitted in advance. They will be answered anonymously on the day.|
|Key takeaways from the PwC Global Compliance Survey||In this session, Mark Salmen will share insights into the current state of Compliance functions in the financial services sector and the challenges faced by these functions. He will share the main takeaways from the recent PwC Global Compliance Survey and the trends and divergences that PwC sees across the UK and from the rest of the world. He will focus on discussing the evolving role of Compliance and how this may be impacted by the increased levels of digitisation within the Compliance and Risk functions. Finally, Mark will give his views on likely future developments in the Compliance arena and where such developments might lead us.|
Recognised as a first class lawyer and persuasive advocate, Jennifer Carter-Manning has a substantial practice in predominantly criminal cases in the UK and Isle of Man. She undertakes work concerning organised crime, confiscation, fraud, international corruption and money laundering. She advises private clients in respect of their money laundering obligations and is a sought after speaker on bribery and corruption issues.
Mark Salmen is a Senior Manager within PwC's Financial Services Risk and Regulation practice. Mark has over 15 years of industry experience within Operations, Technology and Compliance functions at Investment Banks, with a particular focus on Operational Compliance and non-financial regulatory reporting. Mark has deep experience of the roles of all three lines of defence in this space and the design and implementation of appropriate control frameworks and operating models based on first-hand experience within Operations and Compliance at two top tier global investment banks.