• calender-icon Event
  • Financial Crime
  • Posted: 01 Jan 0001

Data and De-banking: What you need to know


  • Calender-Icon Time: 09:30 - 10:30
  • Location-Icon Location: Webinar
  • Admin-Icon Organised By: TLT
  • Currency-Icon Free to attend

A free webinar hosted by BSA Associate, TLT

Following recent high-profile coverage of de-banking, financial services firms are facing growing regulatory, customer and media scrutiny on customer exits and the handling of personal data.

The regulatory and reputational consequences of getting it wrong can be severe. Competing risks and obligations in this area present a rising a challenge for many firms.

To support our financial services clients in tackling these issues, TLT is delighted to invite BSA Members to an online round table. The session will bring together senior representatives from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) to address the issues of most interest to firms in the sector. The discussion will cover:

  • Key challenges and concerns from regulated firms.
  • How to share information and exit customers fairly and lawfully.
  • Emerging market practice.
  • How to balance considerations including: 
    • GDPR
    • Consumer Duty (FCA)
    • Reputational Risk
    • AML/KYC/PEPs
    • Financial Inclusion
    • Equality
    • Anti fraud technology vs privacy

The event will feature presentations by the FCA, the ICO, Ben Cooper, Head of TLT’s Economic Crime Team and Data Privacy Partner Chris Elwell-Sutton. There will then be a panel discussion anchored by Emma Erskine-Fox of TLT’s Data Privacy Team, followed by a Q&A session.

Please submit your questions in advance by emailing hannah.thompson@tlt.com

agenda.png  Date:
  Thursday, 1 February 2024

sessions.png  Timings:
  09:30 to 10:30

Currency-image.png  Cost:
  Free to attend 

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