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Jayne Owen is a Non-Executive Director of BP&E Global Ltd and Starr Managing Agents, having formerly been a director of FSTP Global and a partner of FSTP LLP. Jayne has always kept focused on the dynamics driving the different financial services sectors and how these will impact on the skills and knowledge that people need to develop in the financial services industry.
She has a strong reputation for her understanding of Board issues from both regulatory and commercial aspects. She works extensively with Board teams to ensure that there is a consistent and coherent approach to managing the business and will facilitate strategy, governance and performance events. She undertakes executive coaching and board evaluations.
Jayne was the CEO of Corporate Training Partnerships Ltd which she set up in 2002 to deliver training services in the sector. She joined following a Senior Management role with Ernst & Young in the Regulatory Practice where she helped major clients to rise to the challenges of regulation. Her regulatory experience comes from her time with IMRO, the Investment Management Regulatory Organisation, a forerunner of the FSA, where she lead major projects including the Pensions Review and introduction of Training & Competence. Her training experience comes from her years with Barclays where she was the Sales Training and Management Development Director.
Her commercial experience spans most aspects of financial services, from sales and marketing to finance, planning and operations within regulated firms and working directly with regulators. She therefore brings both a broad understanding of regulation as well as business acumen to bear to address significant business for clients.
Jayne is a Fellow of the Institute of Bankers, a member of the Chartered Investment and Securities Institute and a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Insurers. She writes articles, is published on topics such as Board performance, Governance and the role of senior management.
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