Training Session

Wednesday
Feb 8, 2023
2:30 PM

To

Wednesday
Feb 8, 2023
4:30 PM
Where ?
Arendt House / also live online (webex)
41 Avenue John F. Kennedy
2082 Kirchberg
Who ?
Speakers

Objectives

The objectives of this hybrid session are:

  • to understand the exact scope of the obligation to detect and to report STORs;
  • to recognise market abuse; 
  • to understand what arrangements, systems and procedures the professional is expected to establish;
  • to learn about how to properly discharge the obligation to detect and to report STORs.

Content

The presentation will cover in particular the following topics:

  • Who is subject to the obligation to detect and to report STORs?
  • Relevant behaviours to be detected and reported;
  • Maintaining effective arrangements, systems and procedures;
  • What is a reasonable suspicion?
  • A priori verification or a posteriori verification?
  • Practical considerations - who, how, when?
  • Case studies and real-life examples;
  • STOR and money laundry suspicion;
  • Q&A session.

Speaker

François Warken (Partner, Finance and Capital Markets, Arendt & Medernach).

Target Group

Professionals in charge of administration, legal and compliance functions in financial institutions, other professionals of the financial sector.

Duration

4 hours (split on 2 trainnig dates, first training date on 7 February).

Language

English

Price

600€ (for overall 4 hours of training) 

Point of attention

The first date of session is 7 February 2.30-4.30 pm CET. 

The cancelation policy stated on the bottom of our page “training agenda” applies. It is a session consisting of 2 parts and attendance to both parts is mandatory; should attendees only participate in part 1 there won’t be a (partial) refund of the overall budget of 600 EUR.

 

For more information please contact us by e-mail at institute@arendt.com

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François Warken

François Warken is a Partner in the Finance & Capital Markets practice of Arendt & Medernach. He specialises in securities laws as well as in capital markets and stock exchange regulation where he advises on all aspects of debt and equity capital markets transactions. He has extensive experience with initial public offerings, takeovers securities offerings, including offerings of structured and hybrid products, repackagings and liability management transactions such as buybacks or tender offers, exchange offers, consent solicitations and open market strategies. His practice further focuses on regulatory compliance and related corporate governance. François Warken is a member of the Financial...

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