PwC's financial services risk and regulation podcast, Risk & Regulation Rundown. We discuss the latest developments affecting the industry, insights from our work with clients, and our perspective on industry talking points.
Welcome to the Risk & Regulation Rundown podcast series. In this monthly podcast, we discuss the latest risk and regulatory developments affecting the financial services industry, insights from our work with clients, and our perspective on industry talking points. Risk & Regulation Rundown is led by host and PwC Partner Sarah Isted, who’s joined by a range of guests each month.
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In this episode, we discuss two areas of current regulatory focus: the Fifth Money Laundering Directive, and prudential reporting. Host Sarah Isted and guests Chris Cowin and Nigel Willis consider what the Directive means for firms, and discuss the PRA’s concerns over regulatory returns and what firms need to do to address them.
How are artificial intelligence and machine learning transforming the way financial services firms do business, and how can firms ensure they’re meeting regulatory expectations? What might the compliance function of the future look like? Host Sarah Isted and PwC guests Leigh Bates and George Povall discuss these questions and many more, as we look at how the industry is set to evolve in the coming years.
Host Sarah Isted is joined by PwC guests Sarah Nield and Conor MacManus. We discuss how firms should navigate regulatory expectations around how they treat vulnerable customers, as well as looking ahead to what’s on the regulatory agenda for 2020 and beyond.
Host Sarah Isted is joined by PwC guests Stella Nunn and Jon Williams. We discuss how financial services firms are developing their approaches to operational resilience (and why impact tolerances are like being punched in the face), and the risks and opportunities presented by climate risk.
Host Sarah Isted is joined by PwC guests Nassim Daneshzadeh and Arthur Hughes-Hallett. We discuss how firms are navigating the challenges relating to LIBOR transition, and how firms can maximise the opportunities arising from industry disruption more broadly.
UK Financial Services Risk and Regulation leader, PwC United Kingdom
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