About ISC Forums
ISC host regular forums on the topics of regulatory change and transformation. The forums allow our clients and other industry practitioners to share ideas and discuss the successes/failures of change management and delivery from their varying perspectives.
All forums follow the Chatham House Rule. Minutes are anonymised before sharing.
Regulatory Change Forum
ISC’s clients see great benefit in our two-monthly forum. It is designed to facilitate open discussion about issues encountered with regulatory change either generically, or specific to a particular regulation.
Investment Management regulatory change experts share knowledge and experience, learn from each other, and find ways to achieve success in the deployment of their regulatory initiatives. Topics included:
- Views on current regulatory change
- Market insights and opinions
- Horizon scanning for upcoming legislation
- Regulatory change discipline and specialism in regulatory change practises
We have created a ‘virtual’ Learning Organisation for our clients working in Change in Investment Management.
We don’t talk about specific projects, rather we discuss how we can create the right conditions for successful, productive and fun delivery of Change by embracing progressive thinking and explore new ways of working.
We have assembled a collective of change experts, with experience both inside and outside of Financial Services. Amongst other exciting topics we’ll explore Storytelling, the Psychology of Change and the Agile Paradigm Shift – and any change related topics Forum members would like to throw into the mix.
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