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Breakfast Briefing: “Future Proofing: Parliament and Financial Services Post-Brexit”

March 24, 2020 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

The UK’s exit from the EU raises a number of important questions about the relationship between Parliament and the financial services sector that will need to be addressed. Soon Westminster will be solely responsible for legislating and scrutinising the UK’s financial services policy. This breakfast briefing will look at what this means for the sector and whether a new approach could lead to better financial services policy. The event will also see the APPG on Financial Markets & Services launch a consultation on this important issue (terms of reference attached).

Guest speakers

Dr. Kay Swinburne, Vice-Chair of Financial Services, KPMG UK

Dr. Kay Swinburne served as Vice-Chair of the European Parliament’s influential Economics and Monetary Affairs Committee, playing a pivotal role in shaping EU and global financial services legislation, including setting up the EU supervisory bodies (ESAs, SSM, SRM), capital markets union (EMIR, MiFID 2, Prospectus, CCP Recovery & Resolution), and the broader banking union files. Prior to Kay’s career as an MEP, she worked in investment banking. Kay brings a unique insight to policy ‘behind the scenes’ and the reality of Brexit in the lead up to 31 January 2020.

 Matthew Conway, Director, UK Public Affairs, UK Finance

Matthew is responsible for developing and delivering the political and regulatory engagement strategy for UK Finance. He was previously head of group regulatory policy at Lloyds Banking Group, responsible for coordinating and supporting advocacy activities and horizon-scanning for regulatory developments. Prior to providing consultancy support to the Financial Conduct Authority, he led public affairs and aspects of spectrum policy at Ofcom, having started his career as a civil servant in a range of UK government departments including HM Treasury and the then Department of Trade and Industry.


March 24, 2020
8:30 am - 9:30 am




Attlee Room, House of Lords