#WWRD#CoronaVirus#Covid19- What would the Regulator do during a global pandemic? Here's an overview of what we anticipate the Central Bank to be doing *AND* prioritising in a global pandemic. #WWRD queries and comments can be submitted to email@example.com in full confidence. If you fancy a little more than a 4-minute answer on a subject, perhaps our Lunch & Learn is a better fit? We run these on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Monday of each month. Full details can be found here.
In this episode of #WWRD, I talk about the difference between a Legal and a Regulatory counsel. Watch this video as I share my thoughts on how the approach of a legal counsel differs from that of a regulator's. This #WWRD episode covers two perspectives: 1. Regulator's perspective 2. Legal counsel's perspective #WWRD queries and comments can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org in full confidence. If you fancy a little more than a 4-minute answer on a subject, perhaps our Lunch & L
Being interviewed by the Central Bank can be quite stressful. Watch this video as I share my thoughts on PRISM rating change and the consequences for a firm performing poorly in a PRISM interview with the Central Bank.
#WWRD - PRISM Rating Change? What is the cost of not nailing the interview with the Central Bank... #WWRD queries and comments can be submitted to anne at aquest dot ie in full confidence. If you fancy a little more than a 4-minute answer on a subject, perhap
BUT HOW MUCH PREPARATION? Does your preparation need to be intense or can you get away with a lighter version of preparation? And how do we know which level in which situation? One size does not fit all, by any means, and yet, with so many invitations to come meet the Regulator taking place right now, patterns are clearly emerging. Preparation patterns for instance: If it is only a single individual being called for what could be considered standard reasons, a lite preparatio
This query was run through Linkedin to invite my peers to wade in on this particular #WWRD - [What Would the Regulator Do] query. We had plenty of interest - thank you for the comments and calls. And special thanks to Muireann Dennehy; Partner, Investigations & White Collar Crime at Mason Hayes & Curran and to Adrian Whelan; Senior Vice President of Regulatory Intelligence, Brown Brothers Harriman who ended up joining me on the day to record the episode. #WWRD - Does the Regu
We received a query through our #WWRD - [What Would the Regulator Do] channel. A query that is gaining popularity no doubt because of CP86 and SFTR on the horizon. This #WWRD episode covers three perspectives: 1. Regulator's perspective 2. Firm's perspective 3. Employee's perspective #WWRD - Risk Mitigation Programmes (RMP) - Should I be worried? #WWRD queries and comments can be submitted to shannon at aquest dot ie in full confidence. If you fancy a little more than a 3-min
We received a query through our #WWRD - [What Would the Regulator Do] channel. A query that tends to show up daily. Every event, linkedin messages, phone calls, it's a popular con versation. Not necessarily one I wanted to take on here, but I've decided to take the plunge. This #WWRD episode covers two perspectives; 1. What I think is going on with Resources, really... 2. What I think the timing is going to be with getting resources on board. #WWRD - #CP86 - What's the story
We received a query through our #WWRD - [What Would the Regulator Do] announcement a week or so back It was our intention to interact more with you, leaving a door wide open for people to submit their questions as it relates to the Central Bank of Ireland. This particular query just landed and given the nature of the query, we felt it deserved a more timely response. An individual has been invited for a second Fitness & Probity interview by the Central Bank of Ireland and fin
Birds of a feather tend to think, act, question, and want the same things. Diversity usually compels different conversations. Different people ask different questions. They are more inclined to challenge each others thinking to weave in multiple perspectives into one ideal output. Regulated firms are frustrated with trying to grow a business while being continuously invited to look back at past performance. The Regulator is looking for evidence that things are in fact differ
Sometimes it's helpful to have an ex-regulator's perspective that is anchored between a financial regulator's perspective and a regulated firm's perspective. Of course, bridging the two perspectives facilitates an ideal outcome that lends itself to both parties. How we bridge those two perspectives requires patience, skill, experience and the absence of having one agenda over another. We ran an announcement over on Linkedin introducing the concept last night with an invitatio