What's on the horizon? New governance and regulatory requirements for 2024

LSEG (London Stock Exchange Group), 10 Paternoster Sq. London EC4M 7LS

Thursday March 14th, 2024
9:00 am - 12:30 pm GMT


The UK corporate governance and regulatory landscape is moving fast. AI regulation, corporate governance code changes, and new audit standards all loom large, against a background of economic and geo-political volatility. Staying ahead of the curve is essential for governance professionals guiding businesses through change.

Connect. Share. Learn. Lead.

Join our panel of experts and your peers from across the UK as we cut through the noise to clarify what 2024 has in store for governance and regulation in the UK and what it means for you and your organisation.

At this unique event, we invite you to share experiences, gain insight, grow your knowledge, and build your network to help you lead change with confidence.

In engaging, interactive sessions we’ll:

  • Analyse emerging EU legislation on artificial intelligence
  • Examine the FRC’s latest stance on internal controls
  • Explore the implications of the new Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act

Join us for this valuable, open, and collaborative session that will give you practical governance, risk management and control insights to implement in your organisation.

Michael Lucas

Founding Partner, Brave WithIn

Michael brings 25 years of hands-on experience in the field of governance, risk and assurance, supporting Boards, Audit Committees and Executive teams as they transform their business for a digital age. A specialist in Enterprise Risk Management, he is passionate about bringing risk and assurance to life – engaging business teams in a practical, straightforward and commercial conversation. Michael left the Big 4 to become the Head of Risk and Compliance at a FTSE 30 company. He has worked internationally with some of the world’s biggest organisations, as well as in support of IPOs, and was a lead examiner for the UK Institute of Risk Management. Most recently, he worked with client organisations to enhance risk management on digital transformation programmes; to respond to emerging climate regulation; to implement proportionate approaches to business continuity and resilience; and to establish improved cyber security capabilities.

Carrie Stephenson

Founding Partner, Brave WithIn

Carrie has over 10 years of experience operating as a member of the C-Suite and as a legal, compliance and regulatory advisor to Boards within the automotive, online retail and financial services sector. Former General Counsel and Company Secretary to Mitsubishi Motors UK Group, Carrie was Chair of the Risk and Compliance Committee. Carrie is also Legal and Governance Director for Auxillias Limited, a niche law firm supporting clients with their consumer and business lending products to SMEs. Carrie is also a non-executive director for UK’s national governing body for sport in higher education; and a Governance and Policy brand ambassador for the Institute of Directors.

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Michael Rasmussen

The GRC Pundit @ GRC 20/20 Research

Michael is an internationally recognised pundit on governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) ' with specific expertise on the topics of GRC strategy, process, information and technology architectures and solutions. With 28+ years of experience, Michael helps organisations improve GRC processes, design and implement GRC architectures and select solutions that are effective, efficient and agile. He is a sought-after keynote speaker, author, and advisor and is noted as the 'Father of GRC' ' being the first to define and model the GRC market in February 2002 while at Forrester Research, Inc.

Michael Charles Borrelli

AI & Partners

Michael Charles Borrelli is a highly experienced financial services professional with over 10 years of experience. He has held executive positions in compliance, regulation, management consulting and operations for institutional financial services firms, consulted for FCA-regulated firms on strategic planning, regulatory compliance and operational efficiency. In 2020, Michael set-up the operations model and infrastructure for a cryptoasset exchange provider, and has been actively engaged in the Web 3.0 and AI communities over the last 4 years. He currently advises a host of AI, Web3, DLT and FinTech companies.