UK - Financial services firms with high compliance standards are to be recognised at an awards dinner in September.
The awards are being organised to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Compliance Register – an international organisation for compliance professionals.
Nominations are still open and can be made by anyone working in financial services compliance at www.compliance-register.com.The awards will be presented at a charity dinner at the Dorchester Hotel on September 15.
Compliance Register secretary Ben Goh said: “We are launching these awards to recognise the hard work and high standards that are achieved by senior managers and compliance professionals working in financial services as well as firms – and to show that compliance isn’t boring.”
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