Introduction to Financial Services Regulation in Ireland – Half Day






9:15 am - 1:15 pm

Course summary:

This half day course is designed to provide a detailed overview of financial services regulation in Ireland and Europe. This course is invaluable for those looking to understand the Irish regulatory context especially for those with minimal exposure currently or those wishing to understand the underlying development of regulation in Ireland.

Course content:

By attending this course, participants gain an understanding of:

  • the EU Financial Services Action Plan
  • national transposition and non-compliance
  • the role of the EBA, ESMA and EIOPA
  • European initiatives – Banking, Investment business, Insurance and Funds regulation
  • Financial Regulator’s Strategic Plan
  • Fit & Proper and minimum competency requirements
  • Central Bank Acts
Who should attend?

This course is ideally designed for new entrants to the regulated sectors or those returning to work in the regulated sectors after a period absent or abroad that may need to refresh and update their understanding of Irish Regulation.

However, this course is suitable for all individuals that require an understanding of Irish Financial Services Regulation regardless of their role, such as:

  • Directors (Executive and Non-Executive)
  • Compliance Officers
  • Risk Officers
  • Internal Audit staff
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