62 Queen Street, London
2017-06-21

We are delighted to be partnering with GD Financial Markets and the Institute of Risk Management for our next Banking and Financial Services Forum titled “Good culture and good conduct - which comes first?”

Gordan Dadds Small               IRM

 

Market participants are increasingly supportive of the view that a strong conduct culture, which builds consumer trust and inspires employees, is in the economic self-interest of a firm.

Firms that implement conduct culture successfully, and therefore get the most out of it, are the ones that fully embrace it and see it as an opportunity, rather than a box-ticking exercise.

We are looking forward to welcoming Daiman D. Baker, Regulatory Consultant at iAdviseUK, as the keynote speaker, and our attendees who I am sure will provide us with a healthy discussion at our round table.

Daiman D BakerDaiman has worked in front office and compliance roles, and most recently as a regulatory consultant for institutions such as Barclays Capital and Barclays Investment Bank, Deutsche Bank, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Standard Chartered, CBA and Westpac.  He's developed and delivered conduct risk-related suitability programs; implemented conduct risk mitigation programs and drafted codes of market conduct; conduct risk MI packs and conduct risk frameworks, which take into account publications from the FCA, ASIC, IOSCO, the Banking Standards Board and the Financial Stability Board.

 

 Publication Date: 21/06/2017