Given its role and importance to any functioning modern economy, ‘trust’ is an essential ingredient between providers of financial services, its clients and even wider society. Unfortunately, financial services is now consistently ranked as amongst the least trusted industry. Any wider respect it may have earned itself in the past has been replaced by suspicion, if not resentment, due to the consequences of the 2008 financial crisis that was largely induced by recklessness of some practitioners. The financial services industry must now regain the trust it has lost through a demonstrable commitment to integrity and ethics applied to all aspects of its work.
The ABC of Ethical Conduct
A Principle-Based Approach to Rebuilding Trust in Financial Services
Understanding Conduct Risk
CISI Integrity at Work
Who should attend:
This workshop is ideal for any professional working within the financial services and professional services sector.
What will you learn
DURATION: 6 Hours / CPD Units
LOCATION: Frederick University, Limassol
TIME: 09:00 – 15:30
FEES: €130 +19% VAT
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Instructor: Mr Petros Florides Chartered FCSI, President of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) in Cyprus
Petros has worked as a finance professional within the securities and investments industry for over 20 years in the areas of private banking, fund management stockbroking, private equity and principal trading. For the past 10 years Petros has been on the board of a number of micro-finance institutions in Eastern Europe and is currently employed as a Regional Governance Advisor for World Vision International – one of the world’s largest organisations in the field of humanitarian aid and assistance.
Petros is an honours graduate in Accountancy a Chartered Management Accountant, a diploma-holding member of the Institute of Directors and a Certificate of the Institute of Risk Management. He sits on the Ethics & Risk and Human Resource & Training Committees of the Cyprus Investment Funds Association.