Chaired by Graham Wright, former CISO and Global Head of Digital Risk and Security, National Grid, this well-established event will provide you with the updated cyber resilience perspective of the key energy players in the UK and beyond including Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, National Grid, EDF Energy, Scottish and Southern Energy, European Network for Cyber Security and Ofgem.


This year’s conference, the 37th in the series, will provide a forum for discussing all aspects of the Code. In doing so, it will assist practitioners and their advisers in keeping up to date with the regulation of takeovers and other transactions involving corporate control in the UK.


This exclusive event will focus on the LGBT community and the vital role that it plays in the success of financial services in the UK. The importance of LGBT issues has been much in the media recently, most recently with the Government’s proposed LGBT legislation, promised for this autumn. This highly topical conference will offer financial institutions a diverse and well-informed dialogue with industry leaders and government officials.


This timely and highly-topical conference will enable attendees to understand how to make their robo-advice operations grow and become profitable, both in the UK market and in the international arena.

Its interactive format will offer you an opportunity to participate in a diverse and well-informed dialogue between the UK regulator and financial services c-suite representatives.


The future of the UK’s trading relationship with the EU27 and the rest of world is the number one item on the boardroom agenda of businesses across the UK, whether they are manufacturers or service providers, such as financial institutions.

This event has been structured so that the overarching themes are discussed in plenary sessions in the morning, while delegates will split into two workstreams in the afternoon covering the key issues for trade in goods and services respectively.


Since the Market Abuse Regulation came into effect in the UK in July 2016, the FCA has made clear that it is focusing on firms’ systems and controls to prevent market abuse, and that it places as strong an emphasis on identifying weaknesses in regulated firms’ controls as it does in pursuing the abuse itself.

This conference, the seventeenth in the series, aims to alleviate the challenges through a mixture of presentations and interactive panel sessions from policy makers, industry practitioners and leading experts in the field.


The event will provide an overview of the political and legal concerns with the Bill, as well as a comprehensive analysis of the practical implications for UK businesses, including an assessment of how businesses can influence the content of the Bill, and the content of delegated legislation which may affect the regulation of their sector.