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20th Annual Financial Sector Compensation and Benefits

See how firms are incorporating regulatory requirements for compensation in practice

18-19 May 2017
Marriott West India Quay, London, United Kingdom

Conference Workshop

Impact of the new regulations on international mobility and effective cost management

Workshop Moderator: Jean-Baptiste Jugand & Julia Kemp, Partners

Company: Fusion HR Solutions

Why You Should Attend

20th Annual Financial Sector Compensation and Benefits

With the newest drafts of CRD V currently under consideration, it is clear that regulating compensation and benefits within the financial sector is still high on the agenda for European legislative bodies. Whilst the remuneration implications of CRD IV, UCITS V, AIFM, MiFID II, Solvency II and the EBA Guidelines on sound remuneration are understood, a large amount of work remains to ensure the effective implementation of these guidelines across multiple legal bodies and country based entities. Further complicating the issue of implementing group wide compensation and benefit schemes are the changing legal landscapes of local countries. While Brexit has brought a large amount of uncertainty to current human resources, the UKs Senior Manager and Certification schemes have increased the required reporting and accountability of senior staff while the pending regulation demanding gender pay gap reporting has brought to the foreground the perennial problem of inequality within the banking sector; an inequality that threatens to spill over into the public arena and threaten still further the reputation of financial institutions that are only just recovering from the fallout of the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent public bailouts.

This marcus evans event will enable financial institutions to discuss the effective implementation of current regulation across local and international arenas while effectively sharing best practice in generating effective compensation and benefit schemes under these regulations. By effectively understanding all relevant regulation, policymakers will be able to cut through the multiple regulatory pieces and conceive competitively compliant and culturally relevant compensation schemes.

Key Topics

  • Share best practice in implementing numerous regulatory pieces as well as market developments such as Brexit
  • Summarise the many competing regulations concerning remuneration and benefits
  • Understand the fundamental regulatory requirements across various staff roles and locations
  • Develop competitive remuneration and benefits policies balancing fixed and variable pay
  • Discover the likely regional implications of updates to the CRD V
  • Previous Attendees Include

    ABN Amro – Aegon – Arion Bank – Arqaam Capital – Bank of Ireland – Credit Agricole – Daiwa Capital Markets – DNB – EIB – Generali – ING – Jyske – Lloyds Banking Group – Lombard Odier – MCGraw Hill Financial – NN Group – Nomura – Nordea Group – Norges Bank – OP – Riffeisen Bank – RBS – Saxo Bank – SEB – Societe General – Swedbank – Unicredit

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    Event Sponsors
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    Event Partners

    Practical Insights From

    Lucie Machalkova
    Head of CEE Compensation, Benefits and Mobility

    Tamas Hettinger
    Head of Competence Centre Compensation and Benefits

    Chris Davies
    Head of Reward, Regulation and People Systems

    Simon Hills
    Executive Director

    Vitushni Balavarnan
    Senior Manager Total Rewards
    S&P Global

    Charles Cotton
    Reward and Employment Conditions Advisor

    Andrew Manktellow
    Head of Executive Compensation
    Legal and General

    Rafaele Erbosetti
    Global HR Operations Head of Compensation and Benefits

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    Voice of Our Customers
    • “The event included a great mix of professionals from the finance industry and from across the country. The speakers were very knowledgeable and the format created a lot of interaction” Regional Head of Compensation, Nomura Securities
    • “This was perhaps the most valuable and relevant conference that I have attended ever. Thank you for allowing me to be part of it. International compensation was a very successful topic.” VP Compensation, East West Bank
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    For all enquiries regarding speaking, sponsoring and attending this conference contact:

    Melini Hadjitheori

    PO Box 24797
    CY-1304 Nicosia

    +357 22 849 308
    Fax: +357 22 849 394