Monday, April 28, 2014
Cross-Border Financial Services - Challenges & Solutions
Businesses and all our lives are becoming increasingly global. In line with it, financial services are increasingly involving multiple jurisdictions: Loans are taken in one country to fund a project in another country, a wealthy individual holds accounts in an offshore jurisdictions, an investment recommendation sent by email to a foreign investor etc.
Financial institutions are obliged in all jurisdictions in which they are considered to be active. With the increasing internationalisation of their services, financial institutions must consider an increasing number of regulations to comply with. Knowing and keeping track of all these regulations is a major challenge for financial institutions.
Alessandro Bizzozero, Genevieve Berclaz and Patrick Genazzi, partners of BRP Bizzozero & Partners SA ('BRP SA') in co-operation with Maroon Analytics will introduce you to the challenges of cross-border financial services, approaches to properly manage such services and their associated risks.
Cross-Border Financial Services – Challenges and Solutions
When: Thursday, 8th May 2014
Where: RedDot BrewHouse
33/34 Boat Quay
Level 3 Function Room
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BRP Bizzozero & Partners SA ('BRP SA'), an independent company based in Geneva specialising in financial regulation and compliance, is a leader in the management of cross-border risk with a wide range of clients in Switzerland as well as globally. The company has ample experience and the special knowledge on cross-border activities and publishes renowned country manuals.
Alessandro Bizzozero is the founding partner of BRP SA and a lawyer, with over 20 years of experience in banking and regulatory practice. Genevieve Berclaz has extensive knowledge of regulatory risk management as a result of her experience working for the Financial Market Supervisory (FINMA). Patrick Genazzi is a specialist in the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) regulations.
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