Outer Temple Chambers hosts discussion on enforcement decision making
On 18 June 2014, Outer Temple Chambers hosted a roundtable forum of experts to discuss the Treasury’s consultation paper on enforcement decision making at the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
The forum was chaired by Michael Bowes QC. The discussion was led by Eleanor Davison (Outer Temple Chambers), Judith Seddon (Clifford Chance) and Richard Sims (Simmons & Simmons), with contributing experts in attendance from various law firms and an external contribution from Ian Johnston (chief executive of the Dubai Financial Services Authority).
The forum, held under Chatham House Rules, allowed for a full discussion of HM Treasury’s call for evidence and will be summarised in a report.
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