Looking for digestible insights on the impact of financial services regulation? Guess what - you found the right place. In this monthly podcast series, hosted by Scott Martin, Deloitte's sharpest thinkers will talk you through key public policy developments that are shaping the financial services industry. We'll keep our episodes short and sweet, you have our word. So, let's have a Regulated chat, shall we?
Just a friendly reminder, what you hear from us on Regulated Radio are the personal opinions of our host Scott Martin and his guests and they don't constitute advice or necessarily represent the views of Deloitte LLP or its affiliates.
Episode 34: The New Consumer Duty – raising consumer standards of care
The Financial Conduct Authority has published its final rules for its new Consumer Duty. The Duty raises the standards of consumer protection in retail financial markets. With the introduction of a new Consumer Principle, and a set of cross-cutting rules and outcomes that support it, firms now face a significant task to meet these raised standards of consumer care. In this episode, Deloitte’s regulatory, financial services, and legal experts David Strachan, David Clements, and Jake Ghanty give their quick take on the Duty and how they think it will shape the UK financial services sector.
Episode 33: Weathering the storms – our mid-year outlook for financial services regulation
In this episode, David Strachan and Suchitra Nair from the EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy discuss the major market developments that have shaped 2022 so far and what these are likely to mean for the regulation and supervision of financial services firms.
Episode 32: Building operational resilience in financial services
An increasingly complex technological, social, and geopolitical environment means that financial services firms must plan for disruptions to their operations that may not have been conceivable just a decade ago. With the UK financial services regulatory framework for operational resilience having come into force in March, and the EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act nearing completion, the hard work for firms to build their resilience has just begun. To discuss the implications of this for the financial services industry, and much more, we welcome Sarah Black and Suchitra Nair to the podcast.
Episode 31: Banking and the Race to Net Zero
COP26 galvanised and accelerated global focus on achieving net zero carbon emissions. Pressure is mounting on governments, businesses, and industry alliances to make net zero pledges. So, what does it all mean?
How are plans to reach net zero being implemented within the banking sector? How will those within financial firms see their roles change in response to pledges and targets made by their firm? In this episode of Regulated Radio, Scott Martin is joined by Damian Hales and Rutang Thanawalla to answer these questions and much more.
Episode 30: Financial Markets Regulatory Outlook 2022
How will major regulatory trends affect the financial services industry in 2022? How can leaders anticipate and respond to them effectively? In the 2022 edition of our Financial Markets Regulatory Outlook, David Strachan and Suchitra Nair, join Orla Hurst to explore these questions as well as digital payments, regulatory divergence, transitioning to a sustainable economy and the future of regulation.
As regulatory focus turns to scrutinising climate pledges, how can firms comply with ESG disclosures and avoid greenwashing? How can firms gear up for revisions to MiFID/MiFIR and prepare for possible reform to Money Market Funds? Will cryptoassets and digital payments firms cope with increased intrusive supervision of their risks and control frameworks? As firms tackle the challenges of overseeing a more complex business environment, in what ways can operational resilience, climate, diversity and inclusion be addressed? How can firms work to ensure they are providing value for money to customers? How might this affect their operations?
Episode 29: The Basel 3.1 challenge for EU and UK banks
Is the banking sector ready for the implementation of Basel 3.1? Can it manage the complexity of an increasingly fragmented regulatory environment as key regulators look set to diverge from the international Basel standards? In this episode, Deloitte’s global Basel 3 leader, Tom Spellman, and Rod Hardcastle join Scott Martin to discuss the path ahead for implementing Basel 3.1, including the EU’s recent CRD6/CRR3 legislative proposal. Tune in now to hear what is still uncertain and what banks should start doing right away.
A must podcast for every regulatory modeler
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Very well put together, concise and polished podcast. Never boring to listen to unlike so many other podcasts.
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