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Wednesday 12 January, 12:00pm (UK)

Despite the ongoing pandemic, compliance departments can still enter the new year with a sense, if not an outline, of what should be on their agenda in 2022. Preparing for rapid, sudden changes in 2022, from new Covid-19 variants to supply chain problems or catastrophic climate events, should still be high on every compliance officer’s agenda. But that doesn’t mean planning for the expected should take a back seat.

In this webinar, our Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin and Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson looked at the regulatory and compliance horizon for the upcoming year.

They discussed the top items you can expect to see in your regulatory inbox. Change might be a constant in this day and age, but it doesn’t have to be unexpected, unplanned, or catch you unprepared.

The webinar covered:

  • What will happen with the supply chain crisis
  • Changes to UK GDPR and a new privacy shield
  • Sarbanes-Oxley financial regulation is coming to the UK
  • ESG regulations hit its stride
  • More vaccine mandates and Covid-19 guidance
  • Protecting mental health at home and work

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About the experts

Nick Henderson

Nick Henderson is Director of Learning and Content at VinciWorks and has played an important role in developing VinciWorks’ most interactive and customisable courses covering topics such as anti-briberyanti-money launderingGDPRdiversitymental healthhealth and safety and more. Nick is a policy expert with a background in public, voluntary and private sectors and has expert-level knowledge across a wide range of areas.

Gary Yantin, Director of Best Practice

As Director of Best Practice at VinciWorks, Gary Yantin works with professional service firms of all sizes to provide the best compliance learning experience for their staff. He was previously an in-house lawyer and a solicitor in private practice. Gary has hosted many webinars and workshops for VinciWorks on a wide range of risk and compliance topics including GDPR and the SRA’s new approach to ongoing learning.