Moonstone Regulatory Update Webinar 2020 – Registration now open

Moonstone Compliance, in conjunction with the Moonstone Business School of Excellence, is excited to announce that registration for the popular annual regulatory update workshop, hosted as a webinar on 29 September 2020, is now open.

Workshop focus

The financial services environment has changed dramatically over the past 12 months with a monumental shift from rules-based compliance to market conduct and outcomes-based regulation. We’ve already seen the first draft conduct standards and further developments flowing from the RDR process. Our focus this year is to enable attendees to understand the recent regulatory changes and to provide a glimpse into the future, and how the proposed changes could impact on the way FSPs conduct business and even their current business model and income streams.

Who should attend?

The session will be of great value to all Key Individuals, Representatives, Compliance Officers and internal Legal Officers. Persons responsible for operations management, general risk management and marketing will also definitely benefit from attending.

The agenda

As always, we will provide a jam-packed session filled with relevant information presented in an easily understandable manner by experts in their fields:

09h00 – 09h05: Opening
09h05 – 09h40: The GCOC: What has changed and what do I need to change – Billy Seyffert
09h40 – 10h10: The Cell Captive draft conduct standard: The potential consequences – Billy Seyffert
10h10 – 10h25: Break
10h25 – 11h10: FICA Compliance Program: Pillars and Duties
– Carolee Reyneke-Minnaar
11h10 – 11h30: The future of premium collection and related remuneration – Billy Seyffert
11h30 – 11h40: Reporting obligations in respect of significant owners – Billy Seyffert
11H40 – 12H00: Final thoughts and questions – Billy Seyffert

CPD Hours: We are in the process of registering the event for CPD and will confirm the number of hours once the process is complete.

Click here to register.

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