The City Remuneration Virtual Summit 2021:
Developing a remuneration strategy which meets your legal, regulatory and social obligations
14 January 2021
Summary: City & Financial Global is delighted to announce its thirteenth City Remuneration Summit taking place on 14th January 2021. The Summit is widely recognised as the most important event in the calendar for remuneration, reward and compensation specialists, attracting an array of influential and well-informed speakers and delegates.
Keynote: David Blunt, Head of Conduct Specialists, Financial Conduct Authority
20% Delegate Discount with Code: ED20ACIUK
“I would have an expectation over the coming years to see boards and senior leadership of native, national institutions working hard to deliver diversity and change culture… And if we are seeing that progress is not happening, then at some point it becomes a supervisory matter and it may even become a matter that we would need to deal with in how we decide or prevent appointments or not”
Nikhil Rathi, Chief Executive, Financial Conduct Authority
We are delighted to announce that the Ethnic Diversity in the City and Corporate UK Summit will take place on 21 January 2021.
John Glen MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury and City Minister
Dr Tony Sewell CBE, Chair of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities and Managing Director, Generating Genius
The Black Lives Matter movement has heightened awareness of the stark lack of racial diversity in the City and across Corporate UK. The FCA’s policy to encourage firms to hire more ethnic minority candidates in senior roles is just a part of wider efforts to tackle a widespread problem. This timely conference will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the most effective measures and approaches to promote equality and diversity in the City and Corporate UK.
Discussion themes include:
- Why is greater racial diversity and equality a business imperative today?
- What works and what doesn’t for current and future ethnically diverse leaders and how effective the existing measures and approaches to promote equality and diversity have been?
- Ethnic diversity in the boardroom – reality, insights and recommendations.
- From trust to inclusion – practical tips and most effective strategies for integrating the Ethnicity Pay Gap initiative and The Race at Work Charter into your business routine. What has and what hasn’t worked so far?
- Examining unconscious recruitment bias, including how to make the business case for investment in people and how to overcome the issues that currently prevent the creation of opportunities for ethnically diverse talents today?
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Managing LIBOR Transition Practical Guidance for UK Financial Institutions and Users (A City & Financial Global Virtual Summit)
26th January 2021
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Summary: Transitioning from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and other IBORs is one of the biggest challenges currently facing banks and other financial services firms. Successful management of the transition will require significant change and strategic risk management. Join us at Managing LIBOR Transition: Practical Guidance for UK Financial Institutions and Users – A Virtual Summit, on 26th January to hear from the FCA and leading UK practitioners involved in the implementation of the transition.
Keynote to be announced
Climate Risk & Sustainable Finance Regulatory Forum (A City & Financial Global Virtual Summit)
11th February 2021
Summary: City & Financial Global’s Climate Risk & Green Finance Regulatory Forum (11 February, Online) is the second edition of a successful forum designed to provide practical, detailed guidance. Learn the steps that financial institutions need to take to prepare for, and become fully compliant with, the emerging regulatory environment. In addition, examine the opportunities that this seismic shift in finance will bring.
Keynote Speaker: Richard Monks, Director of Strategy, FCA
Anthony Cox, Deputy Director, Environment Directorate, OECD