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 Chatham House Rules to encourage open discussion. Minutes are anonymised before being shared to the attendees.
Regulatory Change Forum
Topics typically discussed at the Regulatory Change Forum include:
- Views on current regulation programmes
- Market insights and opinions
- Horizon scanning for upcoming legislation
Attendees are asked which subjects they would like covered in future sessions to ensure the forums are tailored and useful.
The Change Collective was created by change professionals for change professionals. It's a virtual learning organisation, dedicated to help improve the way change is delivered.
In previous sessions, following topics have been explored:
- The psychological impact of change
- Techniques to improve stakeholder engagement e.g. storytelling
Future topics are decided collectively at the end of each session.
Such is the complexity of the various regulatory reporting regimes in respect of Trade and Transaction reporting, that it can be quite bewildering. MiFIR, EMIR, CFTC, ASIC, SFTR, and other regimes, with all the various local rules, and frequent changes/updates make for a moving target which is increasingly hard to hit. This makes for challenges not only for asset managers who need to report their trades, but also for softwareREAD MORE