Tel: +44 (0) 203 318 6437
Challenges for Leaders in Regulated Businesses
Leaders in regulated businesses face unique challenges and dilemmas:
- The need to balance strategic growth and profitability with fair customer treatment and long term sustainability
- Building relationships with regulators, stakeholders and investors
- Coping with complexity, transparency and increasing scrutiny and regulation
- Driving change and innovation while maintaining organisational stability and consistency of service to customers.
- Developing a culture of accountability while encouraging empowerment, agility and teamwork.
Leading regulated businesses is difficult and requires a special kind of leader with the personal, organisational and commercial expertise to cope with operating under the regulatory spotlight.
In the UK, the FCA and PRA have introduced their new personal accountability regime for Senior Managers, which is being launched across PIMFA member firms and places an increased focus on the capability and performance of senior management and leaders.
This unique leadership masterclass, a first of its kind in the UK, stems from research into what differentiates successful leaders in regulated businesses. Designed in partnership with Ashridge Hult Business School, specialists in international leadership development, it will use a blend of face-to-face and virtual learning using case studies, visiting speakers and simulations to help develop the insights, skills and mind-sets needed to lead in in a regulated environment.
Exploring the new FCA Senior Managers & Certification Regime and the implications for leaders and senior managers
The increased focus on the senior manager’s responsibility for management, governance, risk and culture as much as traditional compliance.
What differentiates successful leaders in regulated businesses?
Our research and insights from talking to successful leaders in insurance, banking and investments as well as other regulated sectors such as pharmaceuticals and energy/utilities. What makes business conduct more complex and difficult in today’s world and what are the implications for leaders?
Leadership case studies
Exploring examples of successful and unsuccessful regulated leadership. What can we learn?
Decision-making and governance
A simulation exploring the conflicts, ethics and dilemmas of regulated leadership. Managing risk and ensuring good governance while ensuring the business grows, delivers to customers and
A panel of senior regulated leaders will share their experiences, challenges and advice.
Difficult conversations and ‘speaking truth to power’
Handling tough conversations and building effective relationships, both within the business as well as with third-parties, auditors, and regulators.
Developing your culture and leading effective change
Understanding effective cultures in regulated businesses – our research and regulators’ insights. Benchmarking your culture.
Who is this program for?
This program is aimed at current leaders or senior managers who may soon be in Director, MD, CEO or Non-Executive Directors roles, running your regulated businesses.
Programme Director: Gary Storer MA (Cantab), MBA, MSc, Programme Director & Faculty Ashridge Executive Education at Hult International Business School
Gary has a unique background combining risk and governance expertise with leadership development and organisational change.As part of KPMG’s Financial Services practice, Gary led some of the largest financial services change and remediation projects and helped a range of clients implement business transformation initiatives. He also led Learning and Change at Gartmore Investment Management and was Head of Organisation Development at NatWest.
In 2002, he founded Enterprise Learning, an award-winning governance, risk and change consultancy which won Best Training Provider in the 2017 Compliance Register Platinum Awards. In 2018 it was listed in the Financial Times list of 200 Leading UK Management Consultancies. Gary is an Ashridge accredited Executive Coach, having completed the Ashridge Masters in Executive Coaching in 2016. He coaches and teaches leaders on Ashridge’s education programmes across a range of public and private sectors. He also writes and researches on the topic of leadership in regulated environments and is educating and advising leadership teams across the UK on the implications of the new FCA Senior Management & Certification Regime.
Find out more
Tel: +44 (0) 203 318 6437
Length of program: 2 days
Fee: £2,990 (PIMFA members) / £3,350 (non PIMFA members)
*Fee excludes accommodation and VAT
Quote code PIMFA 1010 to get your PIMFA members price.