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Central Bank to host retail intermediary roadshow

Wednesday, 17th October, 2018 4:16pm

The Central Bank is hosting a roadshow information event for retail intermediaries (or brokers) and related representative bodies on Thursday 25 October in the Cork.

Taking place from 9.30am to 1pm in the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, it offers an opportunity for finance professionals to improve knowledge of regulatory requirements.

The Cork roadshow will provide a good opportunity for retail intermediaries based outside of Dublin to obtain information on a variety of relevant topics.

The event will include a series of presentations from Central Bank officials followed by an opportunity for questions and answers.

The topics being covered include:

- Policy updates

- Supervision of the retail intermediary sector

- Anti-money laundering

- Protected disclosures

- Enforcement

- Funding

- The ICCL and investor compensation

Presentation slides will be made available on the Central Bank website after these events. There will be tea and coffee for attendees on arrival at 9.30am, with presentations commencing at 10am.

There will also be a similar roadshow event held in the Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin on Wednesday 24 October.

To register for a roadshow, email listing: roadshow preference (Dublin or Cork), name of attendee(s) and firm name. Places are limited for both events and the Central Bank advise people to register early.

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