Outer Temple's Michael Bowes QC set to chair Butterworths' Financial Services Investigations and Enforcement conference
Michael Bowes QC from Outer Temple Chambers is set to chair a Butterworths conference focusing on financial services investigations and enforcement. The event is scheduled for 30 November 2013.
Butterworths’ Financial Services Investigations and Enforcement conference will be attended by an array of the most senior names in this area of practice.
Matthew Newman, regulatory affairs at the Royal Bank of Scotland, will explore the internal planning and strategy formation of a major bank’s response to regulatory change, while Elizabeth Barrett of Slaughter and May will dissect developments in regulatory priorities after the establishment of the FCA.
In addition, Stephen Pollard of WilmerHale will help delegates navigate FCA interviews and offer tips for survival; Jonathan Kelly of Cleary Gottlieb will examine the key issues in global enforcement; and Dorian Drew of Clifford Chance will review the FCA’s settlement process.
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