JFSC Video webinar update: Customer risk assessments (CRA) thematic examination
Earlier this year, the JFSC published its feedback from the thematic examination on CUSTOMER RISK ASSESSMENTS (CRA)
And the JFSC asked industry to submit questions about the report in anticipation of a JFSC webinar.
The video webinar is now available to view,
And in this Video webinar, Amanda Reilly, Director of Supervisory Engagement and Ches Trower, Senior Examiner provide
- A summary of the key findings,
- Along with examples of good practice and
- Answers to industry questions.
The JFSC have also provided for more questions to be submitted in relation to the above thematic, and these can be submitted via the app called sli.do.
Questions must be submitted by 22 April.
Read the JFSC news announcement here
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