Lunchtime Briefing with Gwyneth Nurse, Director General, Financial Services, HMT
Author WIG Date 11 Oct 2023
A recording of the WIG Lunchtime Briefing with Gwyneth Nurse, Director General, Financial Services, HMT
Following the Financial Services and Markets Bill receiving Royal Assent in June, WIG is delighted to welcome Gwyneth Nurse, Director General, Financial Services (FS) at HM Treasury. In this briefing, you will hear about the key priorities for Gwyneth and the FS team. There will be a special focus on what the Financial Services and Markets Bill will mean in practice following the receival of Royal Assent. More broadly, we will explore how HM Treasury are working with organisations across the sectors to support economic growth and investment, and consider how to drive innovation across the financial services industry alongside regulatory stability.
- Learn more about HM Treasury’s work to promote stability, fairness, efficiency and competitiveness in financial services
- Discuss where there is scope for further collaboration on priority areas between HMT, the wider private sector and the financial service industry specifically
- Find out more about the Treasury’s relationships with the Prudential Regulatory Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority, and Gwyneth’s role representing HM Treasury on the Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee
Please note the Q&A is not included in this recording.
Closed captions and transcripts are available when watching the event recording.
Speaker at the Event
Gwyneth took up the role of Director General, Financial Services at HM Treasury in January 2022. As Director General Gwyneth is responsible for leading the delivery of HM Treasury’s work to promote stability, fairness, efficiency and competitiveness in financial services.
Gwyneth’s previous role was Director of Financial Services, which she moved to after being Deputy Director of the Banking and Credit team and an earlier role as Deputy Director of the Assets, Savings and Wealth team.
Before joining the Treasury in 2003, Gwyneth worked for HM Revenue & Customs, where she qualified as a Tax Inspector and then worked in tax policy.