Why Should You Attend:
Managing relationships with regulators and maintaining a semblance of diplomacy is essential to ensure the integrity of the relationship is intact.
Regulators are increasingly demanding more of companies by way of a detailed audit trail, documentation, resources, testing, updating policies & procedures, and ensuring overall compliance effectiveness.
Regulatory fines, penalties, suspensions, notices, and other enforcement actions have increased over the last few years and show no signs of slowing down. Such actions have also made more headlines, exposing firms to brands and reputational risks.
This webinar will discuss ways to effectively and efficiently deal with regulators, whether it be from an audit or other interaction. Regulators speak their own language and understanding this is imperative to building relationships and passing regulatory scrutiny.
It will teach you how to most effectively deal with and manage relationships with regulators in a way that is sustainable to occupies minimal resources.
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Who Will Benefit:
Jack is a seasoned securities law / banking law professional in the securities industry. Through Black Swan Diagnostics Inc., he advises banks, broker-dealers, fixed income dealers, MSBs, ATS, regulators, trust and insurance companies, Portfolio Managers, Exempt Market Dealers, Investment Fund Managers, mutual fund dealers, energy companies, fintech companies, robo advisers, software providers, blockchain companies, cannabis platforms and issuers. He has registered various entities with the SEC, OSC/IIROC, spanning PM/IFM/EMD licenses. He also provides ongoing and interim CCO/CAMLO regulatory compliance services to different types of regulated financial entities.
Jack is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Master of Laws (LLM) in Business Law, and completed both his General LLM and Securities Law LLM at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. Jack is also a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School of Business, in a graduate program in investment management. He completed his B.A. (Hon), Economics/Math, University of Toronto.
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