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Chief Data & Analytics Officers
Financial Services

15-16 October 2019 | London

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Main Conference Day 1 - 15th October
08:00

Registration Opens, Coffee and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Registration Opens, Coffee and Networking in the Exhibition Area

October 15 | 08:00 - 09:00

Speaking:

09:00

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

October 15 | 09:00 - 09:10

Speaking:

09:10

Keynote Presentation: Is “the Cloud” Ready for Financial Services?

  • Private Cloud, PaaS, IaaS or Material Outsourcing
  • Where’s my data?
  • Testing disaster recovery: Google “down”
  • Black Swans on Black Friday
  • Cloud concentration risk

Speaking:

Rick Hawkins, HSBC

Rick Hawkins

Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Global Finance, HSBC

Keynote Presentation: Is “the Cloud” Ready for Financial Services?

October 15 | 09:10 - 09:40

  • Private Cloud, PaaS, IaaS or Material Outsourcing
  • Where’s my data?
  • Testing disaster recovery: Google “down”
  • Black Swans on Black Friday
  • Cloud concentration risk

Speaking:

Rick Hawkins, HSBC

Rick Hawkins

HSBC

09:40

Keynote Presentation: Data Ops, IT Modernization and Relevance to the Financial Services Industry

Speaking:

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Andre De Locht

Governance & Integration - Senior Business Value Consultant Europe, IBM

Keynote Presentation: Data Ops, IT Modernization and Relevance to the Financial Services Industry

October 15 | 09:40 - 10:10

Speaking:

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Andre De Locht

IBM

10:10

Panel Discussion: Curating a Culture that Enhances Buy-In, Roll-out and Trust for Data and Analytics Projects throughout the Organisation

  • Developing strong data/analytics/IT/functional unit relationships to drive maximum value from data and analytics initiatives
  • Working between teams to deliver optimal reporting and analytics that’s internally user-friendly and positions you as a trusted custodian of data
  • Getting around the ‘if it ain’t broke then don’t fix it’ mentality by showing value to individual end users
  • Managing change through driving from the top down then providing education and support to see it through
  • Incentivising end-users to get the right data at the front end first time and embedding this into the organisation

Speaking:

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Chief Data Officer , Bank of England

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Sarah Walker

Head of Data, Natwest Markets

Lynn Pope

Lynn Pope

Head of Division, Data Management and Strategy, St James's Place Wealth Management

Brendan Ellis

Brendan Ellis

Head of Data, Shawbrook Bank

Panel Discussion: Curating a Culture that Enhances Buy-In, Roll-out and Trust for Data and Analytics Projects throughout the Organisation

June 15 | 10:10 - 10:50

  • Developing strong data/analytics/IT/functional unit relationships to drive maximum value from data and analytics initiatives
  • Working between teams to deliver optimal reporting and analytics that’s internally user-friendly and positions you as a trusted custodian of data
  • Getting around the ‘if it ain’t broke then don’t fix it’ mentality by showing value to individual end users
  • Managing change through driving from the top down then providing education and support to see it through
  • Incentivising end-users to get the right data at the front end first time and embedding this into the organisation

Speaking:

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Bank of England

Brendan Ellis

Brendan Ellis

Shawbrook Bank

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Sarah Walker

Natwest Markets

Lynn Pope

Lynn Pope

St James's Place Wealth Management

10:55

Morning Coffee and Networking

Morning Coffee and Networking

October 15 | 10:55 - 11:25

Speaking:

11:25

Keynote Presentation: How to Create and Quantify the Value of Data in Your Organisation

  • Establishing Data & Analytics as a profit centre rather than cost centre
  • Embedding data initiatives that add the most value across the business
  • Allocating costs and then quantifying projects to reveal realistic ROIs

Speaking:

Clemens Baader

Clemens Baader

Chief Data & Analytics Officer, International Personal Finance

Keynote Presentation: How to Create and Quantify the Value of Data in Your Organisation

October 15 | 11:25 - 11:55

  • Establishing Data & Analytics as a profit centre rather than cost centre
  • Embedding data initiatives that add the most value across the business
  • Allocating costs and then quantifying projects to reveal realistic ROIs

Speaking:

Clemens Baader

Clemens Baader

International Personal Finance

11:55

Panel Discussion: Scaling and Productising Pilot Projects in an Efficient Way to Move Towards Optimal Business-Wide Decision Making

  • Building on the groundwork of data and analytics projects for regulatory compliance to drive value across other areas of the business
  • Relative advantages of focusing on individual projects with low risk or high return; or a broader roll-out of numerous projects across the organisation?
  • Challenges around larger-scale roll-out of projects across the enterprise; including culture, governance of AI, ethics, regulatory hurdles, skillsets, transparency, explainability and bias
  • Examples of successful pilot projects where data governance, people, culture, technology have combined and expanded scope

Speaking:

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Huw Howell

Previously, Global Data Management, Chief Operating Officer, Nomura

Leyre Murillo Villar

Leyre Murillo Villar

CDO Data Control Lead, BNP Paribas

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Gael Decoudu

Director of Credit Decisioning, NewDay

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Stephane Auger

Chief Data Officer, IVIDATA

Panel Discussion: Scaling and Productising Pilot Projects in an Efficient Way to Move Towards Optimal Business-Wide Decision Making

October 15 | 11:55 - 12:40

  • Building on the groundwork of data and analytics projects for regulatory compliance to drive value across other areas of the business
  • Relative advantages of focusing on individual projects with low risk or high return; or a broader roll-out of numerous projects across the organisation?
  • Challenges around larger-scale roll-out of projects across the enterprise; including culture, governance of AI, ethics, regulatory hurdles, skillsets, transparency, explainability and bias
  • Examples of successful pilot projects where data governance, people, culture, technology have combined and expanded scope

Speaking:

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Huw Howell

Nomura

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Gael Decoudu

NewDay

Leyre Murillo Villar

Leyre Murillo Villar

BNP Paribas

Stephane Auger-1

Stephane Auger

IVIDATA

12:40

Lunch and Networking

Lunch and Networking

October 15 | 12:40 - 13:40

Speaking:

Day 1 Track 1

1:40

Discussion Group 1A: Embedding and Supporting Data Champions and Citizen Data Scientists Across the Business

Identifying and motivating data evangelists within business units is crucial to optimise the uptake and sustainability of data strategies. This session will share stories of how this is being achieved and specific programmes, such as enabling data champions to promote data literacy within their departments and empowering citizen data scientists

Speaking:

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Chief Data Officer , Bank of England

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Santiago Castro

Chief Data Officer , FBN Bank

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Jon Summers

Co-founder & Chief of Strategy, Mudano

Discussion Group 1A: Embedding and Supporting Data Champions and Citizen Data Scientists Across the Business

October 15 | 13:40 - 14:25

Identifying and motivating data evangelists within business units is crucial to optimise the uptake and sustainability of data strategies. This session will share stories of how this is being achieved and specific programmes, such as enabling data champions to promote data literacy within their departments and empowering citizen data scientists

Speaking:

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Santiago Castro

FBN Bank

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Bank of England

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Jon Summers

Mudano

Day 1 Track 2

1:40

Discussion Group 1B: Incentivising Uptake of Data and Analytics Tools by End Users to Enhance Insights in Your Department

Data is now at the heart of nearly every role. How can you ensure your teams are incentivised to use data tools and analytics insights on a daily basis? Where can functional unit heads find the most exciting opportunities for new insights?

Speaking:

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Nick Bance

Risk Operations Officer, Investec Bank PLC

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Gael Decoudu

Director of Credit Decisioning, NewDay

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Alban Gérôme

Vice President, Data & CX Technology Manager, Barclays

Discussion Group 1B: Incentivising Uptake of Data and Analytics Tools by End Users to Enhance Insights in Your Department

October 15 | 13:40 - 14:25

Data is now at the heart of nearly every role. How can you ensure your teams are incentivised to use data tools and analytics insights on a daily basis? Where can functional unit heads find the most exciting opportunities for new insights?

Speaking:

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Gael Decoudu

NewDay

Alban Gerome (2)

Alban Gérôme

Barclays

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Nick Bance

Investec Bank PLC

Day 1 Track 3

1:40

Discussion Group 1C: Overcoming Metadata Challenges in Financial Services

This session will explore issues around linage, heritage, real meaning, timing and integration to enable more focused data projects. The session will also look at repositioning the view of ‘data warehousing’ internally to improve metadata and architecture modelling that support self-serve analytics.

Speaking:

Lynn Pope

Lynn Pope

Head of Division, Data Management and Strategy, St James's Place Wealth Management

Leyre Murillo Villar

Leyre Murillo Villar

CDO Data Control Lead, BNP Paribas

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer, AxiomSL

Discussion Group 1C: Overcoming Metadata Challenges in Financial Services

October 15 | 13:40 - 14:25

This session will explore issues around linage, heritage, real meaning, timing and integration to enable more focused data projects. The session will also look at repositioning the view of ‘data warehousing’ internally to improve metadata and architecture modelling that support self-serve analytics.

Speaking:

Leyre Murillo Villar

Leyre Murillo Villar

BNP Paribas

Lynn Pope

Lynn Pope

St James's Place Wealth Management

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Harry Chopra

AxiomSL

Day 1 Track 1

2:25

Discussion Group 2A: Showing the Value of Data on the Ledger

Monetising data is a no-brainer, but given that data is increasingly being viewed as a business asset, this session will explore how to manage this value and show this value on the ledger. We’ll also explore the value of data on the ledger from an ML perspective.

Speaking:

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Alan Tua

Head of Analytics & Data Science, Direct Line Group

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Huw Howell

Previously, Global Data Management, Chief Operating Officer, Nomura

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Gary Goldberg

Chief Data Officer, Integrated Supply and Trading, BP

Discussion Group 2A: Showing the Value of Data on the Ledger

October 15 | 14:25 - 15:10

Monetising data is a no-brainer, but given that data is increasingly being viewed as a business asset, this session will explore how to manage this value and show this value on the ledger. We’ll also explore the value of data on the ledger from an ML perspective.

Speaking:

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Alan Tua

Direct Line Group

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Huw Howell

Nomura

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Gary Goldberg

BP

Day 1 Track 2

2:25

Discussion Group 2B: Overcoming Key Data Challenges in Smaller Organisations, Challengers & Fintech

Smaller or newer FSIs often don’t have an in-depth historical view of the customer or markets they operate in, so a data acquisition and governance strategy needs to be built from the ground up.

When investing in turnkey data projects, it’s essential that you select and invest in the right technologies that meet current and future business growth strategies. This is offers exciting opportunities when unencumbered by huge legacy architecture and data issues.

This session will explore how agile FSIs are optimising their data acquisition and governance to enhance availability, transparency, efficiency and insights.

Speaking:

Brendan Ellis

Brendan Ellis

Head of Data, Shawbrook Bank

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Fionnán Alt

Head of Data Science & Analytics, CurrencyFair

Mahesh Bharadhwaj

Mahesh Bharadhwaj

Head of UK Borrower Analytics, Funding Circle

Discussion Group 2B: Overcoming Key Data Challenges in Smaller Organisations, Challengers & Fintech

October 15 | 14:25 - 15:10

Smaller or newer FSIs often don’t have an in-depth historical view of the customer or markets they operate in, so a data acquisition and governance strategy needs to be built from the ground up.

When investing in turnkey data projects, it’s essential that you select and invest in the right technologies that meet current and future business growth strategies. This is offers exciting opportunities when unencumbered by huge legacy architecture and data issues.

This session will explore how agile FSIs are optimising their data acquisition and governance to enhance availability, transparency, efficiency and insights.

Speaking:

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Fionnán Alt

CurrencyFair

Mahesh Bharadhwaj

Mahesh Bharadhwaj

Funding Circle

Brendan Ellis

Brendan Ellis

Shawbrook Bank

Day 1 Track 4

2:25

Discussion Group 2C: Data Science as a Driver for Innovation within FSIs

This session will explore how to best operationalise data science techniques to act as a core driver for innovation, monetisation and cost savings. This includes exploring how data science can best meet internal and external customer needs.

The session will also look at finding the right balance between control and innovation for advanced analytics projects and prototyping / agile data science.

Speaking:

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Hendrik Brackmann

Head of Data Science , Tide

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Kaushalya Kularatnam

Head of Quantitative Surveillance & Technology, London Stock Exchange Group

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Chris Spencer

Head of Data Solutions, Mudano

Discussion Group 2C: Data Science as a Driver for Innovation within FSIs

October 15 | 14:25 - 15:10

This session will explore how to best operationalise data science techniques to act as a core driver for innovation, monetisation and cost savings. This includes exploring how data science can best meet internal and external customer needs.

The session will also look at finding the right balance between control and innovation for advanced analytics projects and prototyping / agile data science.

Speaking:

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Hendrik Brackmann

Tide

Kaush

Kaushalya Kularatnam

London Stock Exchange Group

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Chris Spencer

Mudano

3:10

Afternoon Coffee and Networking

Afternoon Coffee and Networking

October 15 | 15:10 - 15:40

Speaking:

3:40

Keynote Case Study: Using Regulatory Endeavours to Your Advantage - How Newly Created Data Function is Enhancing Business Insights Across Functional Areas from Regulatory Data Projects to Support the Bank’s Digital Transformation

  • Exploring what’s working already. Identifying successful regulatory data products where value and insights can be disseminated to reduce risks
  • Turning regulatory reporting into business information to drive operations and processes, reduce costs and automate controls
  • Unifying data silos and warehouses across the organisation to add value; from regulatory to financial performance and increased revenue

Speaking:

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Santiago Castro

Chief Data Officer , FBN Bank

Keynote Case Study: Using Regulatory Endeavours to Your Advantage - How Newly Created Data Function is Enhancing Business Insights Across Functional Areas from Regulatory Data Projects to Support the Bank’s Digital Transformation

October 15 | 15:40 - 16:10

  • Exploring what’s working already. Identifying successful regulatory data products where value and insights can be disseminated to reduce risks
  • Turning regulatory reporting into business information to drive operations and processes, reduce costs and automate controls
  • Unifying data silos and warehouses across the organisation to add value; from regulatory to financial performance and increased revenue

Speaking:

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Santiago Castro

FBN Bank

4:10

Keynote Case Study: Leveraging Data to Enhance Risk and Regulatory Reporting – FRTB as an Example

  • Gaining a deeper understanding of risk and changing risk profiles through data and analytics
  • Proxying standards, overcoming data quality issues and mapping between Risk and Front Office
  • Looking at risk, products and pricing on the back of this. How are modern FSIs responding?

Speaking:

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Head of EMEA Regulatory Risk, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Keynote Case Study: Leveraging Data to Enhance Risk and Regulatory Reporting – FRTB as an Example

October 15 | 16:10 - 16:40

  • Gaining a deeper understanding of risk and changing risk profiles through data and analytics
  • Proxying standards, overcoming data quality issues and mapping between Risk and Front Office
  • Looking at risk, products and pricing on the back of this. How are modern FSIs responding?

Speaking:

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Main Conference Day 2 - 16th October
08:00

Registration Opens, Coffee and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Registration Opens, Coffee and Networking in the Exhibition Area

October 16 | 08:00 - 08:50

Speaking:

09:10

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

October 16 | 09:10 - 09:20

Speaking:

09:10

Panel Discussion: Exploring the Challenges and Successes of Innovation Labs

  • Defining and prioritising the purpose of innovation labs: Data science vs full visualisation/analytics vs efficient data etc
  • Integrating innovation labs and outputs with centralised and decentralised governance of projects
  • Building interfaces within the business
  • Identifying successes for innovation labs and lessons learned where you haven’t been able to land the results that can be rolled out across the business

Speaking:

Yehuda Dayan

Yehuda Dayan

Co-Head of the Research Innovation Lab, Citi

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Constantin Beier

Managing Director, Strategic Programmes, Aon

Nick Blewden, Lloyds

Nick Blewden

Head of Data Product and Service Development Data Lab, Operations, Lloyds of London

Panel Discussion: Exploring the Challenges and Successes of Innovation Labs

October 16 | 09:10 - 09:55

  • Defining and prioritising the purpose of innovation labs: Data science vs full visualisation/analytics vs efficient data etc
  • Integrating innovation labs and outputs with centralised and decentralised governance of projects
  • Building interfaces within the business
  • Identifying successes for innovation labs and lessons learned where you haven’t been able to land the results that can be rolled out across the business

Speaking:

Nick Blewden, Lloyds

Nick Blewden

Lloyds of London

CONSTANTIN

Constantin Beier

Aon

Yehuda Dayan

Yehuda Dayan

Citi

09:55

Case Study: Enterprise BI - Exploring Agile Ways of Working in BI Development

  • Key takeaways from our journey towards agile ways of working
  • Critical success factors in modernizing the delivery of BI
  • Meeting the demand for self-service in enterprise scale solutions

Speaking:

Mats Sundborg

Mats Sundborg

Head of Business Intelligence, Banking Technology, Nordea

Case Study: Enterprise BI - Exploring Agile Ways of Working in BI Development

October 16 | 09:55 - 10:25

  • Key takeaways from our journey towards agile ways of working
  • Critical success factors in modernizing the delivery of BI
  • Meeting the demand for self-service in enterprise scale solutions

Speaking:

Mats Sundborg

Mats Sundborg

Nordea

10:35

Morning Coffee and Networking

Morning Coffee and Networking

October 16 | 10:35 - 11:10

Speaking:

11:10

Keynote Presentation: Understanding the Business Opportunities and Legal Considerations Around Privacy and Personal Data

  • Whose data is it anyway? The nuances of data ‘ownership’ under Privacy law
  • Legally what are organisations able to do with their personal data?
  • Moving beyond GDPR - What have we learned and where are we heading?
  • Overcoming specific silo challenges, including the physical residency of data

Speaking:

Andrew Lall

Andrew Lall

Head of Privacy, RBS

Keynote Presentation: Understanding the Business Opportunities and Legal Considerations Around Privacy and Personal Data

October 16 | 11:10 - 11:40

  • Whose data is it anyway? The nuances of data ‘ownership’ under Privacy law
  • Legally what are organisations able to do with their personal data?
  • Moving beyond GDPR - What have we learned and where are we heading?
  • Overcoming specific silo challenges, including the physical residency of data

Speaking:

Andrew Lall

Andrew Lall

RBS

11:40

Panel Discussion: Exploring Emerging Ethical Risks of Advanced Analytics Projects

  • Understanding how Data Science projects impacts customers and clients
  • Ethically, what are the core considerations when insights can be drawn from data that haven’t specifically been consented to?
  • Developing a strong relationship between data, business unit, privacy and cyber security to ensure advanced analytics projects are ethical
  • Managing the challenges of algorithmic bias, both from an ethical perspective and as a public relations exercise
  • Exploring the increasing overlap of data officer, privacy and cyber security

Speaking:

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Alan Tua

Head of Analytics & Data Science, Direct Line Group

Andrew Lall

Andrew Lall

Head of Privacy, RBS

Chris Whitewood

Chris Whitewood

Privacy & Data Protection Officer, Direct Line Group

Panel Discussion: Exploring Emerging Ethical Risks of Advanced Analytics Projects

October 16 | 11:40 - 12:25

  • Understanding how Data Science projects impacts customers and clients
  • Ethically, what are the core considerations when insights can be drawn from data that haven’t specifically been consented to?
  • Developing a strong relationship between data, business unit, privacy and cyber security to ensure advanced analytics projects are ethical
  • Managing the challenges of algorithmic bias, both from an ethical perspective and as a public relations exercise
  • Exploring the increasing overlap of data officer, privacy and cyber security

Speaking:

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Alan Tua

Direct Line Group

Andrew Lall

Andrew Lall

RBS

Chris Whitewood

Chris Whitewood

Direct Line Group

12:25

Lunch and Networking

Lunch and Networking

June 16 | 12:25 - 13:30

Speaking:

1:30

Panel Discussion: Data & Analytics for Regulatory and Risk Endeavours

The demands of specific regulations vary substantially by FSI sector, geography and function. This session will explore how regulatory and risk projects with strong data elements are being prioritised and being viewed as a value-add, as well sharing where data strategies are still driven by regulation at a time when budgets for projects can be scarce. We’ll look at some specific examples, where models are being used for both internal risk management and regulatory reporting.

Speaking:

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer, AxiomSL

David Masters

David Masters

Chief Data Officer for Prime Services Global & SGIL (UK), Societe Generale

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Head of EMEA Regulatory Risk, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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Lorenzo Di Gennaro

Head of Risk Finance and Treasury Information Oversight, Barclays UK

Panel Discussion: Data & Analytics for Regulatory and Risk Endeavours

October 16 | 13:30 - 14:15

The demands of specific regulations vary substantially by FSI sector, geography and function. This session will explore how regulatory and risk projects with strong data elements are being prioritised and being viewed as a value-add, as well sharing where data strategies are still driven by regulation at a time when budgets for projects can be scarce. We’ll look at some specific examples, where models are being used for both internal risk management and regulatory reporting.

Speaking:

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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Lorenzo Di Gennaro

Barclays UK

David Masters

David Masters

Societe Generale

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Harry Chopra

AxiomSL

2:15

Panel Discussion: Roadmaps for Legacy Data and Systems Integration to Drive Competitive Advantages

Legacy data and systems are a huge challenge for many larger, mature or more complex financial services organisations. Legacy data also offers the opportunities to drive significant competitive advantages of substantial data repositories, more customers and a longer history for personalisation and digitisation projects.

This panel will explore how organisations are updating their systems and integrating data/analytics projects into existing systems. We’ll discuss roadmaps for legacy systems and where the gaps lie, as well as how to work within the boundaries of these systems to modernise reporting and insights. Or… should we just launch new challenger banks and Fintech businesses from scratch?

Speaking:

Tim Palmer

Tim Palmer

Director NFRM, Head of Data & Records Management Risk, Deutsche Bank

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Sarah Walker

Head of Data, Natwest Markets

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Hany Choueiri

Chief Data Officer, Aldermore Bank

Panel Discussion: Roadmaps for Legacy Data and Systems Integration to Drive Competitive Advantages

October 16 | 14:15 - 15:00

Legacy data and systems are a huge challenge for many larger, mature or more complex financial services organisations. Legacy data also offers the opportunities to drive significant competitive advantages of substantial data repositories, more customers and a longer history for personalisation and digitisation projects.

This panel will explore how organisations are updating their systems and integrating data/analytics projects into existing systems. We’ll discuss roadmaps for legacy systems and where the gaps lie, as well as how to work within the boundaries of these systems to modernise reporting and insights. Or… should we just launch new challenger banks and Fintech businesses from scratch?

Speaking:

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Hany Choueiri

Aldermore Bank

Tim Palmer

Tim Palmer

Deutsche Bank

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Sarah Walker

Natwest Markets

3:00

Chairman's Closing Remarks

Chairman's Closing Remarks

October 16 | 15:00 - 15:10

Speaking: