Sally Dewar, the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) managing director of Risk, gave a speech entitled "Taking the FSA's corporate governance agenda forward" at the City Corporate Governance and Remuneration Summit on 30 March 2010.
The Bermuda Monetary Authority (the BMA) published a consultation paper on 5 February 2010 entitled "Consultation Paper on The Bermuda Monetary Authority's Proposed Insurance Groups Regulatory Framework" (the Paper).
During the second morning session at the PLUS D&O Symposium, the panelists discussed the role of mediation in D&O claims resolution and the kinds of recurring issues that arise in the mediation context, as well as the best ways that these problems can be avoided or overcome.
On 28 January 2010 the FSA issued a consultation paper on effective governance, focusing on significant influence controlled functions and Sir David Walker's review of corporate governance in banks and other financial firms.
On 27 July 2009, the Financial Services Authority (the FSA) issued PS0914: "The approved persons regime - significant influence function review" (the Policy Statement) confirming that it will extend the approved persons regime for those that perform a 'significant influence' function at firms.