- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Update
Vincent Rezzouk-Hammachi – Senior Manager, Data Protection and Data Management – Mazars
The new European data privacy framework applies to all businesses in all industries across the world, for data related to any European individual. The new requirements will have an important impact on insurance companies. This presentation will have a particular focus on the notion of consent, the opt-in/opt-out and the right of oblivion. Examples of business opportunities arising from these new regulatory challenges will also be provided
- Whistleblowing – Update on the New Guidance
Annabel Mackay– Managing Associate, Addleshaw Goddard
Neville Cotton – Compliance Director, Addleshaw Goddard
Although whistleblowing mechanisms are not new, from September 2016, the FCA and PRA requirements changed. As a consequence, the FCA and the PRA will require a relevant firm to: put internal whistleblowing arrangement in place that are able to handle all types of disclosure, tell UK-based employees about the FCA and PRA whistleblowing services, inform the FCA if it loses an employment tribunal case with a whistleblower and present a report on whistleblowing to its board at least annually. This presentation will look at what the new obligations are and how auditors can respond to them.
- Cyber Risk – An Underwriter’s Perspective
Paul Bantick – UK Focus Group Leader, Beazley
Paul will give us an underwriter’s approach to writing cyber, including things to look out for and accumulations both known and unknown.
- GPDG – Solvency II ORSA Process
Rob Langridge – Audit Manager, Willis Towers Watson
Patience Ogunona – Internal Audit Manager – ERS Insurance
The Group will present an update on its ongoing project work.