Additional events for mortgage and general insurance firms announced for Live & Local regional programme

As we continue the successful regional events in the Live & Local programme, we are now announcing details of the first set of events taking place in 2018 for regulated mortgage and general insurance firms.

For mortgage firms, we are hosting a monthly Q&A roundtable featuring a FCA representative and an industry expert.

Registration is now open for the mortgage roundtable events taking place from January to May 2018.

Details of upcoming mortgage events

For general insurance firms, we are continuing with the monthly interactive workshops with a focus on working to prevent harm, as well as the bi-monthly Q&A roundtables with a panel of FCA and industry representatives, both of which have been well-received since they began in September 2017.

Registration is available for general insurance events taking place to May 2018. Additional dates and locations will be announced early next year.

Details of upcoming general insurance events

The current series of events for retail investment firms are still available for registration. We are also planning ad-hoc events for various sectors that our Chairman and members of our Executive Committee will attend, and additional events focusing on our business plan priorities. Event details will be made available on our Live & Local webpage as they are confirmed.

We will continue to visit each region more than once during the programme to give firms more opportunity to attend a variety of events.

Details for a new set of Live & Local events will be released every few months via our Live & Local webpage, Regulation Round-up, LinkedIn and Twitter. Sign up to our Live & Local email updates to be alerted by email to upcoming events in your region.

What delegates have said about the Live & Local programme:

  • "Brings regulation to life."
  • "Keeps you in touch with thinking on key issues."
  • "Open, clear and willing to answer all questions."
  • "Very informative and good to assess against the firm."
  • "Important information presented in accessible format."
  • "Always useful to hear real life experiences from the FCA."