AFB’s 53rd Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on 26 May 2021 We hope that as many member banks as possible will attend the AGM – at which the Chairman will present his update and the CEO will discuss the forward look for 2021 and beyond. Please find the formal notice
Read the latest CEO Round Up from Catherine Raines and the AFB team.
The AFB has responded to the UK Government’s call for evidence for the Covid status Certification Review. A copy of the response is included in the AFB Resources Library. If you are interested in following this policy discussion, join the AFB for access to discussions on this and other
We are delighted to announce that Tony Dixon, Director, Deputy Head, EMEA Financial Crimes Compliance at BNY Mellon will be joining the JMLSG Editorial Panel as the AFB representative. We thank Tony for agreeing to take on this important role.
We are delighted to invite you to the AFB’s Annual Regulatory Conference in partnership with Latham & Watkins on 13 May 2021. The conference will focus on the changing regulatory environment following the end of the transition period and the prospect of differing regulations in the UK and the
This course is different to any other on this topic. Instead of focusing only on the various regulatory rules that are in place, it also considers how the culture of a firm, however positive it may be, may give rise to misconduct – both intentional and unintentional.
We are delighted to welcome Berkeley Bank & Trust Ltd into AFB Membership. Berkeley Bank & Trust Ltd have recently registered a representative office in the United Kingdom for their bank which is based in Saint Lucia.
The AFB is privileged and proud to present insights and experience from three of our most senior female bankers: Patricia Galloway, Katherine Garrett-Cox & Tamira Treffers-Herrera. These three highly successful role-models were all interviewed by Dr Catherine Raines, the CEO of the Association of Foreign Banks. Their insights and advice