Episode 33: Weathering the storms – our mid-year outlook for financial services regulation

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At the start of 2022, we published our Financial Services Regulatory Outlook giving our predictions for regulatory trends in the year ahead. With the momentous events of the first half of the year, it’s time to revisit them. In this episode, David Strachan and Suchitra Nair from the EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy discuss the major market developments that have shaped 2022 so far and what these are likely to mean for the regulation and supervision of financial services firms.

Key questions:

  • What direct and indirect effects has Russia’s invasion of Ukraine had on financial markets and financial services firms?
  • How will regulators adjust their strategies to respond to rising interest rates and inflationary pressures?
  • Are there signs of an increasingly competitive approach to regulatory policy in the UK and the EU?
  • How has the increased focus on energy security affected the sustainability agenda in financial services?


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. David joined Deloitte after 12 years at the FSA, where in his last role, Director of Financial Stability, he worked on the division of the FSA into the PRA and the FCA.

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Suchitra Nair

Suchitra is a Partner in the EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy (Centre) and leads the Technological Innovation and Regulation work. She focuses on the strategic impact of regulation on innovation and the evolving response of regulators and regulated firms.

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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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