On 2 October 2018, KPMG and FMSB co-hosted a breakfast event on Fair and Effective Markets for Users.
An expert panel debated emerging vulnerabilities in the financial services industry and whether the private sector should bear the responsibility for market integrity to achieve fair and effective markets, moving beyond the ‘regulation-only’ approach.
The panel, which included representatives from across the financial services industry amongst others, included:
• Mark Yallop, Chairman FICC Markets Standards Board, External Member of the Prudential Regulation Committee and of the Financial Market Infrastructure Board at the Bank of England.
• Vandita Pant, Group Treasurer and Head of Europe at BHP
• Mandy DeFilippo, EMEA Head of Risk Management Fixed Income at Morgan Stanley
Moderating the panel was Karim Haji, Head of Banking Risk and Regulation at KPMG.
The event concluded with a private preview of the Royal Academy’s Oceania exhibition. Marking 250 years since Cook’s first voyage to the Pacific, the exhibition celebrated the dazzling and diverse art of the region of Oceania, from the historic to the contemporary.