‘Compliance with Confidence’ events – book your space in London or Chester

‘Compliance with Confidence’ - This full-day CII-accredited Autumn seminar from UKGI Group (one of our compliance proposition partners), is returning this November in two new locations. The sessions will now take place in both London (13 November), and Chester (21 November), making these popular events easier to access and providing more opportunity for you to stay up to date on the latest compliance and governance topics.

You can look forward to compliance and governance experts - including John King, former GI Supervision Manager at the FCA - delivering informative and topical auditorium sessions with subjects that include collecting insurer monies, Consumer Duty (product governance and fair value) and recent FCA portfolio letters.

You’ll also be able to choose two break-out compliance sessions that will give you the opportunity to consult directly with compliance specialists on key issues so you can understand what they mean for your business.

The CII-accredited London seminar:

Monday 13 November

Union Jack Club, Sandell Street, London SE1 8UJ

The CII-accredited Northern seminar:

Tuesday 21 November

DoubleTree by Hilton, Warrington Road, Hoole, CH2 3PD

Timings for both events are as follows:

10:00am - Registration, refreshments and networking

10:45am until 17:00pm – Seminar (lunch will be provided)

17:00pm until 18:00pm – Networking drinks

This event is being offered at a price of £190 + VAT for the full day.
If you’re a UKGI compliance support subscriber, make sure your business has secured its place(s) that comes as part of your package.

Register today!

To ask a question or book your space in either London or Chester, contact the UKGI team by email or on 01925 765777.*

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