Learning the lessons from complex regulatory cases
The Public Affairs Committee’s Inquiry into the regulation of housing associations in Wales has put a spotlight on governance within the sector with evidence highlighting an overall positive picture of good governance with some points for improvement identified. This included recommendations to 1) develop robust mechanisms to ensure tenants have a clear voice, 2) give housing associations the power to pay board members, and 3) strengthen the co-regulatory approach.
As organisations continue to work progressively in addressing considerable challenges to delivering high quality housing and housing-related services, the role and relationship with the regulatory team will continue to be central to the success of the sector. This event will provide the opportunity for reflection and help members to gain an insight on how the regulator has addressed more complex cases of regulation, and undertaken action where required.
This half day event will specifically address the following key questions:
- What is a complex regulatory case?
- What are the key features of the approach adopted by the regulatory team in addressing complex regulatory challenges?
- Of the cases that have occurred to date what have been the overarching forces behind the causes?
- How will the new approach with an enhanced focus on risk, help ensure organisations are less likely to require more complicated regulatory interventions?
- In what ways do the lessons learnt from complex regulatory interventions drive the development and approach of the regulatory team?
Who should attend
The event is aimed at housing professionals either directly or indirectly involved in ensuring the governance arrangements in place within their organisations are of the highest quality. This will include:
- Chief Executives
- Board Chairs
- Board Members
- Tenant Representatives
- Governance Officers
- Senior Managers
CIH Members: Free
Dates and location
30 November 2017, Cardiff, 10:00 to 13:00.