FCA Business Plan 2023: Shaping Digital Markets Webinar

Length: 40 minutes | Format: Webinar

The digital age has transformed the financial sector, and FCA-regulated firms must stay ahead of the curve to remain competitive.

Our FCA Business Plan 2023/24 series examines how FCA-regulated firms can stay compliant and gain a competitive advantage. In this webinar, we are joined by several industry experts who will share their insights on digital disruption and innovation in the financial sector.

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FCA 202324 Business Plan Digital Markets

Discussion points...

  • The rise of digital technologies and their impact on financial markets
  • The role of FCA in enabling a digital landscape secure for consumers
  • The importance of customer-centricity in digital transformation
  • Case studies and best practices from leading firms in the industry

Watch this free training webinar

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Webinar Speakers

Sam Bio

Webinar Host

Samantha Martin-Woodgate
Community Lead & Evangelist

Samantha has held various commercially focused roles across the Information Technology and Cybersecurity sectors and developed a particular nuanced skill and passion for building communities and bringing people together. 



Katharine Leaman
Managing Director
Leaman Crellin

Katharine Leaman spent 11 years within the FCA then oversaw compliance at two major banks. She now consults on regulatory compliance across market conduct, CASS, SMCR, FX Global Code, Outsourcing, non-financial misconduct, and conduct risk.



Fredrik Daveus

Fredrik is CEO of Kidbrooke, a leading specialist firm providing solutions within advanced analytics and intelligent automation focusing on financial institutions and large corporates.



David Ostojitsch
Director of Government Relations & Policy

David is responsible for PIMFA’s relationships with governments and regulators and regulatory and supervisory policy. Before joining PIMFA, David spent 16 years working across financial services change and policy, including four years as the Director of Technology and Operations at the AFME.