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Making Cross-functional Teams Work in Practice

Wed, Jun 22, 2022 · 9:30 AM · London
About This Webinar

It is often claimed that cross-functional teams improve agility and innovation, but they can just as easily result in miscommunication, confusion, and inefficiency. With the rise in popularity of cross-functional approaches, how can compliance learn to work effectively with other departments? What blend of skills and experience is necessary to make such teams work? And how should a cross-functional project be set up to avoid failure?

Drawing on real world practical examples, this webinar will share tips to ensure that compliance leaders can maximise their impact within a cross-functional setting.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Regulatory Compliance
Jonathan is responsible for all of the Compliance programmes. Having twenty five years of financial services industry experience, holding senior Compliance roles for the last fifteen of these, Jonathan has a wealth of practical compliance experience.

With an MBA from Henley Business School and a Diploma in Management from Reading University, Jonathan is also highly qualified in business management and is therefore able to place governance, risk and compliance management within the context of wider corporate strategy.
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Regulatory Compliance & MLRO
I have been working in the gaming industry for the past 7 years as a legal and compliance professional. Apart from gaining the relevant work experience, I also focus on the academic side through continuous professional development. I have obtained the international diploma in GRC with an outstanding achievement certificate, and more recently obtained the postgraduate diploma in GRC, both awarded by the ICA. I am passionate about compliance due to its challenging nature. I believe compliance should be the main focus for the management team in conjunction with the commercial aspect to ensure the business is rendered successful.
Webinar hosting presenter
Partner Global Financial Crime, Ethics & Compliance Leader, EY Global Executive and workplace diversity champion
Catherine is a Partner with EY. Based in Dublin her roles as Global Financial Crime and Ethics & Compliance Leader sits as part of EY’s Executive layer within EY Global. Throughout her career, she has experience of working with large multinational organisations as well as smaller private businesses. Catherine’s experience stems from her qualification as a Chartered Accountant in 1999.

Having qualified as a Chartered Accountant in London, Catherine took a role with EY Ireland’s Financial Services Audit department. This was followed by a period with the Litigation Support Services (now Forensics) before her move in to Risk Management. Her current role covers a wide geography and involves monitoring developments in financial crime laws and regulations, understanding the impact on EY’s business and designing compliance programmes in response to those developments.

Catherine is a Fellow of the International Compliance Association and is EY’s representative at the World Economic Forum’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI). Catherine has long been involved in sponsoring and previously chairing the Irish firm’s LGBT+ network, Unity and in 2021 she expanded that sponsorship to EMEIA, a role which follows on from her being invited to participate in the Global LGBT+ Partner forum and Steering Committee.
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