Central Bank of Ireland: Client Asset Requirements Update on Revised Rules (FREE/ONLINE Event)
Central Bank of Ireland
Client Asset Requirements
Update on Revised Rules
Date: Thursday, 2nd March
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
CPD: 1 hour LCI, FCI (Compliance), QFA, CPD Member, RS COD Member, Professional Banker, Certified Investment Fund
Director, Wealth Management Professional, Accredited Funds Professional, Savings and Investments MCC
The protection of client assets is a key priority for the Central Bank of Ireland (Central Bank). The Client Asset Specialist Team (CAST) has cross-sectoral ownership within the Central Bank for client asset risk. The primary role of CAST is to supervise and inspect client asset arrangements and monitor the risks to the safekeeping of client assets in relevant entities.
In recent years, significant work has been undertaken by CAST in conjunction with policy colleagues to further strengthen and enhance the Irish client asset regime, including revising and updating the Central bank’s Client Asset Requirements (CAR) and associated guidance.
The topics discussed in this webinar will include the evolution of the Irish client asset regime, the principle of risk management including the new requirements in respect of the client asset management plan as contained in the revised CAR and an overview of the recently published revised Monthly Client Asset Report.
You are invited to submit your questions on these topics in advance of the webinar through Sli.do (Passcode: xyrfje).
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Miriam Dunne, Head of Function, Investment Firm and Client Asset Supervision - Central Bank of Ireland
Fiona Daly, Client Asset Specialist Team Lead, Central Bank of Ireland
Louise Murtagh, Client Asset Specialist Senior Supervisor, Central Bank of Ireland