INSURANCE IRELAND REGULATORY ENFORCEMENT BREAKFAST BRIEFING, 28 March 2018
In collaboration with Dillon Eustace, we are hosting this breakfast briefing on Regulatory Enforcement.
DATE: Wednesday, 28 March 2018
FORMAT: a 1 hour breakfast briefing with Q&A.
SCHEDULE: Registration and light breakfast refreshments: 07:30 to 08:00.
PROGRAMME: 08:00 to 09:00/9:15.
VENUE: Marker 1&2, The Marker Hotel
WHO TO ATTEND: This briefing will be relevant to a very broad base within our membership. As we may not have contact details for all your colleagues for whom this subject is relevant please feel free to forward and invite on our behalf.
EXPERT SPEAKERS: (i) John O’Riordan, Partner Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department (ii) Peter Bredin, Partner Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department and (iii) Muireann Reedy, Senior Associate, Regulatory Investigations Unit.
CONTENT: Regulatory Enforcement, covering the following:
1. An overview of some of the supervisory and enforcement powers available to the Central Bank under the Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Act 2013 e.g. compulsory information gathering powers, directions and redress. 2. The Central Bank inspections (briefly) – the different types of inspections (e.g. Full Risk Assessment versus themed review), how to prepare for the inspections and what to expect. 3. An overview of the Central Bank’s Administrative Sanctions Procedure – who is subject to it, what happens in practice, how does it end. 4. The current areas of focus for the Central Bank. 5. Appeals to the Irish Financial Services Appeals Tribunal (what is the process etc). 6. Directors and Officers Liability Insurance.
Light breakfast refreshments will be available on arrival and before the session starts.
Registration is strictly via our online registration tool.