Business Manager, Peter Stokes, chats about his role within RWA and where he sees the future for our clients and us as a company.
RWA's Development Zone shortlisted in the 2018 e-Assessment Awards
RWA is delighted to announce that its leading e-Learning platform, My Development Zone, has been shortlisted in the 2018 e-Assessment Awards.
Terence Clark elected as Chairman of Professional Body, APCC
RWA Chairman and Compliance Director, Terence Clark, has been elected by his peers to take on the role of Chairman of the professional body for compliance consultancy firms, The Association of Professional Compliance Consultants, or APCC.
RWA partners with the South Wales Chamber of Commerce
RWA has partnered with the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, to provide two new member benefits in the form of an international trade e-Learning platform and a professional skills platform which contains over 350 bite-sized courses.
Ash Patel delivers key note speech at the Insurance Times’ Cyber Insight conference
The presentation, which focused on ‘GDPR: The risks for SMEs and those who insure them’ was delivered to a packed auditorium of insurance professionals, all keen to learn more about GDPR and the steps they need to take.
Further growth for RWA Compliance
RWA is delighted to announce that it has further strengthened its insurance compliance team, with the appointment of Carol Jenkins ACII to the role of Regional Business Manager.
Terence Clark elected as Deputy Chairman of Professional Body, APCC
RWA Chairman and Compliance Director, Terence Clark, has been elected by his peers to take on the role of Deputy Chairman of the professional body for compliance consultancy firms, The Association of Professional Compliance Consultants (APCC).
Tom Wood Joins Judging Panel for Leading Wales Awards
RWA CEO, Tom Wood, was invited again this year to join the judging panel for the Leading Wales Awards, helping to judge the Next Generation Leader category.
Supporting Entrepreneurship In Schools
RWA is delighted to have been involved in the inaugural Torfaen Schools Enterprise Week project. As part of the project, primary schools within the borough were paired up with local businesses to work together to take a £50 investment and grow it into as much profit as possible over 3 hours on a market stall within Pontypool indoor market.