In this very informative session Helena Mitchell, Head of Consumer Protection: Supervision Division in the Central Bank of Ireland, will examine the cost of misconduct and help define culture through the use of case studies. She will also share the findings of the Central Bank’s supervisory work on culture and outline what effective culture looks like.
The registration for the webinar will close at 2pm on the day of the event or earlier if we reach full capacity.
1 CPD hour relevant to ethics for all designations
Helena Mitchell is the Head of Consumer Protection: Supervision Division in the Central Bank of Ireland.
She has over 25 years’ experience in central banking/financial regulation and has held a number of senior roles in both consumer protection and prudential supervision. Helena also worked in the European Central Bank in Frankfurt for a number of years, on a secondment to its Internal Finance Directorate.
Helena holds the Diploma in Corporate Governance from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, is a Chartered Banker and a Licentiate of the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (LCOI). She also holds a number of other qualifications from the Institute of Banking.