16:00 – 16:05 Jason Raikes, Parkwell – “Welcome & Introduction”
16:05 – 16:15 Tim Fassam, PIMFA
16:15 – 16:25 Ian Whyte, Parkwell
16:25 – 16:55 Panel Discussion
16:55 – 17:00 Jason Raikes, Parkwell – “Conclusion”
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Jason Raikes, Senior Consultant – Parkwell
Jason is a senior consultant with 25 years’ experience of the financial services industry. Jason has detailed knowledge of business process re-engineering and the appropriate use of technology to improve front office productivity. Jason’s areas of expertise also include project management, regulatory projects and management information. Jason is a Chartered Accountant having trained with one of the big four firms
Tim Fassam, Director of Government Relations and Policy – PIMFA
Tim joined PIMFA as Director of Government Relations and Policy in March 2020. He is responsible for PIMFA’s relationships with government’s and regulators as well as regulatory and supervisory policy.
He joined from TheCityUK where he was Managing Director of Public Affairs, Policy and Research. Prior to this he spent ten years at Prudential in a range of public affairs roles, latterly as UK Public Affairs Director and Head of the Group Chairman’s Office. Earlier in his career he worked for Barclays supporting the Chairman and CEO during the financial crisis.
Ian Whyte, Senior Consultant – Parkwell
Ian is a senior consultant and has over 20 years of successfully delivering change in financial services, specialising in Wealth Management. Ian’s experience of regulatory and business change includes successful delivery of major change programmes including MiFID I, MiFID II, and GDPR. He is currently responsible for an ESG programme at a global Wealth Management firm.