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Fitness and Probity Seminar held by Matheson

PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Financial Institutions, Regulatory Risk Management and Compliance, Employment, Pensions and Benefits, Financial Regulation
DATE: 27.09.2011

The Financial Institutions Group together with the Employment Pensions and Benefits Group at Matheson held a breakfast seminar in our offices on Thursday, 15 September 2011 entitled "The Central Bank Reform Act 2010 (Sections 20 and 22) Regulations 2011 and Draft Guidance on Fitness and Probity Standards".

This seminar explored the regulations and guidelines issued by the Central Bank on 1 September last concerning the new Fitness and Probity standards for the entire financial services industry. While the regulations will come into force on 1 December the guidelines are still subject to a consultation process with the Central Bank the closing date for which is 30 September.

The speakers were Joe Beashel, a partner in the Financial Institutions Group and Head of the Regulatory Risk Management and Compliance team at Matheson, along with Paul Glenfield, partner and head of the Employment, Pensions and Benefits Law Group at Matheson.

If you have any queries in relation to the seminar, please contact Joe Beashel.

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