Rosanna is a partner in the Financial Services Group of Addleshaw Goddard. She specialises in advising banks, building societies and other financial services clients on a wide range of regulatory and compliance matters in particular in relation to retail financial services products, mortgages, loans, credit cards and bank account products.
In addition Rosanna specialises in corporate M&A of financial services businesses including mortgage and loan portfolios. Rosanna has advised extensively on Part VII business banking transfers and insurance business transfers, she understand the regulatory requirements for Part VII schemes and the FCA regulatory focus areas.
Rosanna has wide experience of drafting and advising on the compliance and risk issues surrounding administration outsourcing agreements for FS businesses including advising on transitional servicing arrangements to support business transfers.
Conduct risk is fundamental to Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) regulatory approach. Since the publication of the 2013 Risk Outlook the FCA has published a number of other papers/market studies which demonstrate the evolution of its approach in relation to conduct risk. This Practice Note considers the evolution of the FCA’s thinking in this area and looks at some examples that can give rise to conduct risk.
Conduct risk is a corner stone of the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) regulatory approach. Conduct risk can present itself in various different ways but are typically driven by the same underlying issues, namely inherent factors, structures and behaviours and environmental factors. This Practice Note focuses on the implications arising from the key drivers of conduct risk.
Conduct risk is a corner stone of the Financial Conduct Authority's regulatory approach. The Financial Conduct Authority began the rhetoric of conduct risk in its ‘Risk Outlook 2013’ and has developed its thinking since then. This Practice note considers key drivers that give rise to conduct risk.
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