Consumer Duty - leveraging compliance for commercial success

05 December 2023

We’ve teamed up with compliance advisers UKGI to explore life under the new Consumer Duty regulation.

We look at where your business should be now and how to turn the new regulations into an opportunity rather than a burden. Our short videos unpack various aspects of compliance and real-world business responses.

  • Overview - Understand where you should be and your ongoing must-do obligations.
  • Private Clients - Demonstrate better outcomes for customers using Management Information.
  • Commercial Combined - Re-evaluate business operations to address customer and staff attrition.
  • Multi-occupancy - Re-engineer insurance policy design to enhance value and create opportunity.

Watch the webinar here:

If you’d like to explore Consumer Duty in more detail, email UKGI info@ukgigroup.com or visit ukgicompliance.com.

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