Perspectives

Episode 18: Could anyone have predicted 2020?

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At the start of the year, we looked at what was in store for 2020. It’s safe to say that the last six months have been different from our expectations. COVID-19 has changed almost everything about our daily lives and has been a significant challenge for financial services policymakers. But what are the regulatory trends that we see enduring despite the circumstances? In our latest episode, Andrew Bulley and David Strachan join our host, Scott Martin, for a mid-year review like no other.

Key questions:

  • How are financial services firms dealing with the most recent challenges brought about by COVID-19?
  • What are regulators likely to expect firms to do as the sector copes with an economic downturn?
  • Which regulatory trends do we believe have been emboldened by the experience of COVID-19?
  • What are the biggest challenges that we think the financial sector will face in the second half of 2020? 

Speakers

David Strachan
Head of EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy

David is Head of Deloitte’s EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy. He focuses on the impact of regulatory changes - both individual and in aggregate - on the strategies and business/ operating models of financial services firms.

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Andrew Bulley
Partner, EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy
Risk Advisory

Andrew Bulley joined Deloitte in October 2016 from the Bank of England, where he was, most recently, the Director of Life Insurance Supervision.

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Scott Martin
Senior Manager
EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy

Scott is a Senior Manager in the Centre for Regulatory Strategy advising on international banking regulation, with a particular focus on bank capital, strategy, cyber risk and public policy-making processes.

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