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Financial Services Faculty events and webinars - book here

Stay up-to-date with the fast moving world of financial services by attending our events and webinars in 2019. Book here to attend an event across or one of our online webinars. We have a programme of titles that offer you the opportunity to meet colleagues within your sector as well as varied experts, face to face at seminars and conferences, or view from the comfort of your office with our online webinars.


These Financial Services Faculty events at Chartered Accountants' Hall, London include annual flagship items, seminars and networking events. These are for invited guests and Faculty members.

Speakers and topics will be announced through the faculty's monthly e-bulletin.

Date Event Booking          
Tuesday 15 October Banking CPD Workshop: IFRS 9 and stress testing
 Register here
Thursday 12 September IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts: Approaching Implementation - Seminar  Register here

Further details will be announced as the year progresses.


Our webinars are exclusive to Financial Services Faculty members.

Details of booking online for each webinar will be announced as it becomes available:

Topics in 2019 include:

Date Title Booking  Duration 
6 February
CASS Audits - What you need to Know 
Listen to the recording  60 minutes
31 July Information overload: reduce board pack sizes Listen to the recording 30 minutes
10 September Becoming an independent NED: what you need to know to succeed Book now
30 minutes
30 October Senior Managers Certification Regime Details to follow 30 minutes
12 November TCFD: Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures Details to follow 60 minutes 

Further details will be announced as development of each key topic progresses.

If you have missed any past webinars, you can access the recordings by visiting our webinar archive.

Podcast Series of Topical Issues

Practical insights on the latest topical issues. Please listen to our podcasts on wider financial services discussion points e.g. payday lenders.

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