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SM&CR comes into effect in a few months. The new regime should be treated not just as a list to be ticked off by 9 December 2019 but also as an opportunity to embed genuine cultural change throughout an organisation.

The FCA has announced plans to replace its data collection system, Gabriel, and improve the way regulatory data is collected from firms.

A year on from the implementation of GDPR, it is clear that the ICO is prepared to use its powers, with significant fines announced for British Airways and Marriott International. Is this a wake-up call for all firms who handle personal data?

Drawing on his experience in the heritage and museums sector, Dr Nathan Matthews looks at the potential of a proposed museum of insurance – including what it might look like and how it will benefit the industry.

The gap analysis model helps learners better understand their weaknesses and the areas in which they need to improve. Evidencing this improvement is crucial, not only for personal and professional development, but from a regulatory perspective too.

The FCA has published its annual report and accounts, looking back on the key pieces of work undertaken throughout the period 2018/19.

When working in a public-facing, customer service role, it is important to be able to recognise when somebody is displaying aggressive behaviour. How can we successfully recognise and deal with challenging customer service situations?

SM&CR introduces more stringent requirements in respect of criminal record checks. What will these involve?  

The team at RWA has compiled its quarterly review of the FCA’s communication documents, covering the period from April to June 2019. Take a look at our review to keep up to date with the latest FCA documentation.

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