Boardroom Insights: Boardroom Insights: Dealing with Regulators - The Role of the Board in Regulatory Reviews
Date Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Time 18 Jun 18:00 - 18 Jun 20:00
Venue Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House London Greater London EC4R 9HA United Kingdom
Pricing Subscribed Member
£ 40 Subscribed Member
£ 40 Guest
£ 60 Member
£ 60 Guest
Corporate Member
£ 40 Corporate Member
Guests Allowed
Register by Tuesday, 18 June 2019

This event is designed to introduce you to the topic of how board members have to deal with regulators, to help people talk to the regulator and deal with difficult situations. This is a challenging space and our speakers will help enlighten you on what it is really like dealing with the regulator. Don't forget, regulation touches all sectors so whether this is a skilled persons review under the Financial Services Markets Act or a visit from the Care Commission the board needs to be ready to act.


Marcia Cantor-Grable 
Marcia is building her non-executive portfolio following a 35+ year career with multinational and publicly listed financial services companies, principally Prudential plc, GE Capital, and, Mellon Bank (now BNYMellon).  She has operated at board and executive committee levels in global and regional positions as chief executive, chief risk officer, chief compliance officer, capital markets and product management leader. Currently she holds board positions at Societe Generale International Ltd, an execution only prime broker and agency of financial and commodities traded derivatives, where she chairs the board risk committee, and the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, where she is a lay member of the Regulation Board, and the Practising Certificates Committee.   

Dr Jackie Craissati 
Dr Craissati is director of Psychological Approaches CIC, but until January 2016, she was clinical director, and Head of Forensic Psychology Services in South East London.  Jackie is a trustee on the Board of Samaritans, and a non-executive director of Kent & Medway Mental Health Trust.  Until December 2015 she was chair of London Pathways Partnership, delivering personality disordered offender services into the community in London, and into three prisons. Jackie is also Consultant Advisor to the Offender Personality Disorder Pathway nationally. She has particular expertise in the management of high risk and personality disordered sexual and violent offenders, and has published widely in this area. 

One more speaker to follow 


"The session on Wednesday was a true inspiration to me. It was just what I needed at this time. The speakers you chose shared great insights on what NED roles they'd done, why they'd chosen them and how they got them. I also liked the Q&A session where the panel shared their hints on how to demonstrate what you will bring to the organization." March 2016

Drinks and light nibbles will be provided.

With thanks to our event hosts, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisnor