8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019

The Premier Financial Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London
Over two days, move freely between the following three work streams

Top Reasons to Attend:

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Hear from 60+ CROs and heads of risk sharing their insight and best practice on a range of interactive sessions.

INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Interact directly with industry experts through the Risk EMEA app technology, allowing attendees to participate in polls and ask questions directly to speakers

TAILOR YOUR AGENDA

Attendees can tailor their experiences by openly moving between streams and gaining insight into multiple areas

NETWORKING

Over 7 hours of networking including breakfast, lunch, refreshments and exclusive drinks reception to wrap up the first day networking with industry peers

CREATED BY THE INDUSTRY

The agenda was researched and developed by the industry through 60+ 1-on-1 interviews and the expert advise and guidance of the Risk EMEA 2019 Advisory Board

The 8th Annual Liquidity Risk Management Forum will be taking place on 13 June. Agenda to be announced, book today to further expand on the thought leadership opportunities at Risk EMEA 2019!

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London

AGENDA

08:00 Breakfast and registration

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Keynote Sessions

THE CRO FUNCTION

09:00 The CRO function, time to redefine it

  • Reviewing the ever increasing responsibilities of the CRO

  • How to deal with the increasing demands in an efficient manner

  • Managing people risk

  • Regulatory communication and compliance

DATA PRIVACY

09:30 Data privacy – the new frontier of customer trust

  • The growing importance of customer data through collection, protection, use and sharing

    • Media, regulators and consumers

  • Demonstrating safeguarding of information and data

  • American Express being among the first to distribute an annual privacy notice to its Card Members back in the 1970s

  • Dedication to resources to securing customer data

  • Increasing regulation and consumer awareness

  • Innovation and driving greater transparency around consumer privacy choices

  • Ways in which American Express shows card members that they are protected

  • How to innovate the customer privacy experience to inspire greater trust in your brand?

REGULATORY AGENDA – PANEL DISCUSSION

10:00 Managing the regulatory agenda and increasing global cooperation to limit disparities

  • Global regulatory uncertainty
  • Tools, techniques and management practices to overcome disparities
  • Managing accounting and prudential regulations in practice
  • Where is the next big change?
  • Incorporating technology and ensuring robustness
  • Keeping up with growth and pace of change
  • What is good? Benchmarking against the industry

10:40 Morning refreshment break and networking

Moderated by
Liv Watson, Sr. Director of Strategic Customer Initiatives, Workiva

INNOVATION

11:10 Defining innovation risk and advancing progression in a controlled environment

  • Advancing innovation in a business as usual environment
  • Cultural differences across Europe impact on innovation
  • Changes to traditional business models
  • Keeping pace with the market and competitive advantages
  • Increased systemic risks
  • Reinventing the value chain

Peter O’Hanlon, Product Owner for Enterprise Controls, Lloyds Banking Group

BALANCE SHEET MANAGEMENT

11:10 Strategic balance sheet management: managing balance sheets amidst regulatory pressure

  • Drivers impacting strategic balance sheet management practices in the banking industry
  • Regulatory capital reforms and sustainability of the banking business model
  • Growth in a constrained world: the balance sheet optimisation challenge
  • Capital productivity strategies to improve the economics of lending moving forward

Hanna Sarraf, Group Chief Risk Officer, BankMed

DERIVATIVES AND CLEARING

11:10 Clearing developments in the context of mandatory IRS clearing from a house and client clearing perspective

  • Clearing drivers – regulatory and market forces
  • Clearing challenge for banks and their clients – legal, operational, risk and financing
  • What ING is doing to remedy

Robert McWilliam, Managing Director, ING

REGTECH

11:50 Utilising opportunities of RegTech and increasing the drive for efficiency

  • Regulatory perspective on use of technology

Kaivalya Vishnu, Director, Risk & Treasury Technology, Bank of America Merrill Lynch 

CAPITAL

11:50 Aligning capital allocation, capital optimisation and portfolio optimisation

  • Portfolio management view of credit risk
  • Risk adjusted returns
  • Economic vs. regulatory capital as main driver
  • Top down vs. bottom up approach

Casey Jia, Strategic Risk Director, RBS

11:50 Reviewing CCP risk management frameworks

  • Risks arising from CCP investment policies
  • Lookback and backtesting periods of margin models
  • Capturing Risks Not in VaR in Initial Margin and Default Fund models
  • CCP Membership Criteria

Siddique Khan, Head of Traded Risk CCP Risk, HSBC

12:30 Lunch break and networking

CHALLENGER BANKS

1:30 Reviewing progression of digital and challenger banks in the industry and disruption to traditional banking

  • What threats could they pose to traditional banking models?
  • Generating income to reach profitability
  • Evolution of business models with open banking
  • Investment to match technology of startups
  • Long term viability of business models

1:30 Stress testing model challenges: What are they and how to deal with them?

  • Identifying and surfacing model risk challenges
  • SS3/18 requirements (core and sub principles)
  • RACI,MI and governance
  • Model limitations, assumptions & judgements
  • Summary of what good looks like

Nigel Milbank, Head of Stress Testing Control Management, RBS

PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

1:30 An introduction into portfolio management and the ability to agree rules and responsibility

Catherine Keane, Head of Bank and Country Risk,
Bank of Ireland

FINTECH PANEL DISCUSSION

2:10 Reviewing challenges and opportunities of the FinTech industry and increase in global players

  • Aligning with FinTechs as a business model
  • Potential of FinTechs to compete against banks
    • What is the real threat?
  • Resources and skill sets for collaboration
  • Impact of Amazon and Google type companies on the market
  • Evolution of the industry

Alexander Knothe, Director, European Head Non-Bank FI/Fintech, Deutsche Bank

Charlotte Branfield, Head of Info Sec Internal Standard & Cyber Advocacy, Global Information Security, Citi

STRESS TESTING PANEL DISCUSSION

2:10 Reviewing approaches to stress testing and the ability to strengthen multiple risk types

Dmitry Lobaskin, Co-Head of Risk Model Validation, Executive Director, Nomura

Antoine Bezat, Head of Stress Testing Methodologies and Models, BNP Paribas

Nazeen Ebrahim, , Director, ICAAP, Capital Risk,
Morgan Stanley

PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT PANEL DISCUSSION

2:10 Ensuring effective oversight of credit portfolio management for optimum risk adjusted returns across the business

  • Roles and responsibilities of credit portfolio function
    • Risk or business ownership
  • Methodologies for credit distribution
  • Decision matrix and tools informing decision-making process
  • Fragmentation across departments
    • Harmonising to work towards maximising profitability
  • Data quality

Doriana Iovino, Director of Credit Risk Analytics, Metro Bank

Catherine Keane, Head of Bank and Country Risk,
Bank of Ireland

Michalis Ioannides, Head of Credit and Market Risk Europe, Canada Life

3:00 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

EFFICIENCY

3:30 Delivering on increased efficiency drive across the industry and maintaining BAU amidst budget cuts

    • Operational and transactional reporting
      • Implementing new regulation quickly
    • Uses for RegTech and FinTech to increase efficiency
    • Justifying spend compared to profit
    • Rethinking operating models and strategy to do more with less

     

3:30 Black-Scholes-Merton: back to basics…what have we accomplished?

QRM

DEFAULT

3:30 Deciphering the impact of changes in EBA definition of default

  • Impact on default and exposures
  • Adapting models to align with new definition
  • Calculating data retrospectively
  • Recalibration of internal models

Adam Ziarkewicz, Director of Credit Portfolio Management Department, FBN Bank

TECHNOLOGY PANEL DISCUSSION

4:10 Reviewing the post crisis landscape and unanswered questions surrounding technology & innovation

  • AI, machine learning & Innovation
  • Replacing risk managers with data scientists
  • Customer data, cyber risk, GDPR and PSD2 – Transition risk
  • Millennials and the use of personal data
  • Response to the growing risk of cyber intrusion
  • Amazon/Google
  • Adapting to AGILE: What are the new skills required from risk managers in AGILE environments?

Thomas Dodd, Chief Compliance Officer,
Moneta Money Bank

Maciej Lewandowski, Head of Section & Joint Supervisory, European Central Bank

REGULATORY PANEL DISCUSSION

4:10 Reviewing the regulatory agenda for liquidity risk and aligning changes to implement into BAU systems

  • Models to account for liquidity risk
  • Accounting for liquidity in liability side
  • Predicting behaviour of investors and ensuring liquid assets
  • Increasing liquidity in the market to support distressed conditions
  • Increased liquidity reporting requirements

Amit Kalyanaraman, Head of Liquidity Risk (UK),
Credit Suisse

Ashan Ramakrishnan, Head of Investment Risk and SIRO, BNY Mellon

Azar Khurshid, Director, Global Risk Management, Mizuho

CREDIT MARKET PANEL DISCUSSION

4:10 Reviewing changes to credit markets and future developments to mitigate risk

  • Current price of debt
  • Impact on highly leveraged companies if price of debt increases
    • Absorbing cost of debt into operations
  • Rising yields leading to higher cost of debt
  • Government intervention with interest rates low
  • Re-financing implications

Atanas Dimov, Head of Credit Risk, Aviva Investors

Michalis Ioannides, Head of Credit and Market Risk Europe, Canada Life

Richard Sudowsky, Managing Director, Head of Credit Risk Management, Swiss Re

Brandon Davies, Former Head of Market Risk, Barclays

DATA

5:00 Leveraging data as a tool: Understanding opportunities from input and ensuring protection and privacy

  • Mining and using data with limitations of legacy systems
  • Open banking and GDPR increasing data focus
  • Innovative data management to advance customer offerings
  • Strategic partnerships and business models
  • Leveraging FinTech agility and uses for front end application to customers
  • ECB data requirements: current requirements and future changes
  • Changing organisational culture: Aligning data across the institution from input
  • Building internal data houses

Mark Bird, Global Head of Data, Global Regulatory Compliance, HSBC

5:00 Discussion on regulatory risk and compliance in third country bank branches

  • FCA and regulatory focus
  • Governance
  • Remediation
  • Three Lines of Defence (3LOD)
  • SMCR – Individual accountability for senior managers

Krishna Kant, Head of Risk & Compliance,
Canara Bank, London

LEVERAGED DEBT FINANCING

5:00 Leveraged debt financing: Is there a debt crisis in the making?

  • Increased level of credit risk in US flowing to Europe
  • Increasing credit risk
  • Outlook for increase in loan default
  • Impact of trade and political tensions on global markets
  • NPLs on the balance sheet

Atanas Dimov, Head of Credit Risk, Aviva Investors

5:40 Chair’s closing remarks

5:50 End of day one and networking drinks reception

08:00 Breakfast and registration

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Keynote Sessions

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

09:00 AI - Taming the risks of the new frontier?

  • The risks and challenges of AI – misconceptions and unknowns
  • In house vs 3rd party development of AI
  • Managing the risks to support successful adoption of AI
  • Framework for on-going oversight
  • Ethical principles – industry standardisation and regulation

ROLE OF THE RISK MANAGER – PANEL DISCUSSION

09:30 Reviewing the evolving role of the risk manager and expectations of risk management as a function

  • How does technology change the scene and what does this mean for skill sets in the risk function
  • Implementing and using technology
  • Monitoring technology output with machines undertaking critical thinking activities
  • Changing culture across risk functions to champion change across the institution
  • BAU in a world with increased demand for risk management
  • Maintaining motivation across risk teams in a new era
  • Achieving lower cost basis through efficiency

10:10 Morning refreshment break

DLT

10:40 Uses of distributed ledger technologies to drive efficiency programs and risk management considerations

  • Uses for counterparty credit risk
    • Decentralised applications to revolutionise process
  • Regulators work with decentralised applications
  • Organising different companies within decentralised application
  • Sharing data and shared business model
  • GDPR implications of global consensus blockchain
  • Using distributed ledger as a single source of data
  • Auditing use of Blockchain
    • Risks and controls

Mariana Gomez de la Villa,  Head of Wholesale Banking Blockchain, ING

IRRBB

10:40 Integration in balance sheet optimization

  • Risk measures and financial resource management
  • Integration of IRRBB and liquidity risk boundary conditions in B/S simulation
  • Steering earning and value interest rate risk
  • ICAAP integration

Thomas Steiner, Partner, BearingPoint

CRD 5

10:40 CRD5: What does the final package look like?

INNOVATION PANEL DISCUSSION

11:20 Innovation for existing banks/financial institutions to become more competitive & cost effective

 

Rajiv Arora, Head of Regulatory Change, Mizuho

Ghanshyam Patil, Digital Lead, Blockchain, AXA XL

Kaivalya Vishnu, Director, Risk & Treasury Technology,
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

RECOVERY AND RESOLUTION PANEL DISCUSSION

11:20 Leveraging recovery and resolution as a business tool whilst ensuring compliance to regulatory demands

  • Evolving regulation
  • PRA requirements
  • Usability of recovery and resolution plans
  • Using as a tool rather than a tick box exercise
  • Deciphering new terminology in guidelines

Tony Roberts, Head of Group Leverage Management, Deutsche Bank
Thibault Godbillon,
Policy Expert, Supervisory Review, Recovery and Resolution, EBA

AI IN CREDIT RISK PANEL DISCUSSION

11:20 Using AI and automation in lending to increase efficiency and make strategic business decisions

  • Deeper look at development of use cases
  • IoT lending
  • Building connectivity of data from machines
  • Gaining buy in from senior management with limited historical data
  • Different forms of partnership and collaboration options
  • Defining AI with varying quant analytics

Chaoxin Zheng, Head of Economic Capital and Stress Testing, Morgan Stanley

BC Achary, Executive Director & Deputy CEO, FCMB Bank

CYBER RISK

12:10 Cyber risk management prevention and rapid remediation for effective business continuity with limited disruption

  • Evolution of the threat landscape
  • Governance on cyber risk and advanced threat detection
  • Building a defence infrastructure
  • Internal risks of employees and internal fraud
  • Third party risk
  • Risk assessments and preventative plans
    • Technical and cultural risk assessments
    • Continual monitoring and re-assessing after internal changes
  • Internal alignment to manage cyber risk across the organisation
  • Creative ways of building defences

Jules Ferdinand, Group Head of Cyber Risk Intelligence,
BNP Paribas (tbc)

TLAC & MREL

12:10 Reviewing final rule for TLAC/MREL requirements and assessing implementation

  • The journey so far – How have banks tackled the MREL/TLAC challenge
  • The regulatory landscape – What are the remaining areas of uncertainty?
  • Towards the end state – What is left to do?
  • Remaining challenges and lessons learned for new entrants

Gilles Renaudiere, Director, Capital Products, BNP Paribas

12:10 Challenges for internal models - Examining the potential of pool models

  • Current challenges and possible solutions for internal models
  • Why pool models?
  • Advantages of pool models for institutions
  • Implementation of RSU’s pool approach

Tobias Noll, Senior Relationship Manager/Deputy Head of Marketing & Sales, RSU Rating

12:50 Lunch break and networking

CONDUCT RISK

1:50 Conduct risk – Maintaining momentum

Leslie Perry Combs, Head of Conduct Risk, ING

MODEL RISK

1:50 Effective model risk and incorporating effective controls to guard against model errors and allow for quick response

  • Maintaining existing models
  • Regulatory pressure
  • Increased use of technology: development and testing of models
  • Improving efficiency and accuracy of models
  • Ensuring accurate and consistent data feeds
  • Alerts that models are no longer updated to limit inaccurate numbers
  • Access controls to limit changes and errors and tracking changes

Paul Burnett, Global Head of Traded Risk Analytics, HSBC

IRB Models

1:50 The future of IRB models

  • The past, i.e. why have internal models had such bad reputation
  • The present, i.e. what are regulators doing to restore its fame
  • The future, i.e. where are we heading and where should we go

Martin Vojtek, Head of IRB model assessments in Financial Supervision Department, Czech National Bank

RESILIENCE PANEL DISCUSSION

2:30 Building operational resilience in financial services and ensuring compliance to regulatory standards

  • Protecting customers
  • Dependency on third party technology
  • Serving customers strategically
  • Managing disruption and ensuring effective business continuity plans
  • Cyber risk and technological changes

Sucharita Banerjee Lodha, International Business Resiliency and Operational Governance/ ERM, AIG

Andrew Sheen, Head of Operational Risk Regulatory Advisory, Credit Suisse

Charlotte Branfield, Head of Info Sec Internal Standard & Cyber Advocacy, Global Information Security, Citi

Jason Penman, Head of Balance Sheet Management, NatWest Markets

MODEL RISK PANEL DISCUSSION

2:30 Incorporating an effective model validation process to ensure models operate correctly

  • Periodically testing and validating
  • Changes affecting outcome of models
  • Implementing sustainable and accurate changes
  • Accessing information and output easily
  • Building and maintaining from the beginning
  • Impact and results of TRIM

Paul Burnett, Global Head of Traded Risk Analytics, HSBC

Ying Hu, Head of Risk Analytics, SMBC Europe Limited

Nilton Cardoso, Head of Credit Risk Model Validation,
Metro Bank

BREXIT IMPACT PANEL DISCUSSION

2:30 Reviewing potential impacts on credit markets in a post Brexit environment

  • Increased credit risk post Brexit
  • Could Brexit lead to a downturn in credit availability?
  • Possible credit crisis after Brexit
  • Contingency funds and planning ahead of time
  • Managing geopolitical risk and possible consequences
  • Execution of contingency

Tim Wickens, Global Head of Funds Credit,
Lloyds Banking Group

Andreas Koutras, Head of Portfolio Risk, FBN Bank

Maciej Lewandowski, Head of Section & Joint Supervisory Team Coordinator, European Central Bank

3:20 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

RCSAs

3:50 Risk assessment or project management

  • Overview of an RCSA – How are you going to do it?
    • Levels, Organisational Structure, Legal Entities, Process Led, End to End
  • Assessing your Risk – Financial vs Non-financial Risks
  • Cause vs Impact
  • Control Assessment – rigid or fluid?
  • Control Design Effectiveness
  • Links to Risk Events / Issues
  • Outputs and Reporting
  • Tooling

Georgia Simmons, Director, Operational Risk, RCSAs, Barclays

TRIM

3:50 TRIM: Reviewing stringent regulatory requirements and cost benefits of model approaches

  • TRIM results
  • Increasing stringent requirements
  • Internal vs standardised models
    • Cost benefits of each
  • Justifying cost of model structure

Lutz Weinert, Director, Group Market Risk, Commerzbank

IFRS 9

3:50 Update on IFRS 9 and impact on provisions and credit risk

  • Qualities of disclosure of numbers
  • Impact of IFRS 9 on impairments and loss calculations
  • Impact of model calculation complexity on credit risk
  • Application of IFRS 9 to assets and changes to outcome
  • Increasing harmonisation and ensuring comparability of financial statements
  • Increase in credit risk when transferring assets

Andreas Koutras, , Head of Portfolio Risk, FBN Bank

4:30 Assessment of compliance risks in financial institutions

RING FENCING

4:30 Ring fencing implementation: Reviewing impacts on institutions

  • Reviewing balance sheet and capital management in a new light
  • Viewing the business as legal entities
  • Are UK banks at a disadvantage?
  • Impact of Brexit on ring fenced entities

IFRS 9 CONTINUED

4:30 IFRS 9 – Practical consequences for the credit process

  • Consequences of IFRS 9 for;
    • The asset classification process
    • For the Loan Loss Provisioning process
    • And for the loan modification process

Georg Hauser, MD, Credit Risk, ING

MACHINE LEARNING

5:10 Machine learning: experiences in productionalising

Russell Brooks, Scenarios Initiatives & Infrastructure,
Credit Suisse

FRTB

5:10 FRTB: Implementation challenges and impact of final rule

  • Increase in capital requirements
  • Finalisation of the requirements
  • Timelines for delivery
  • Treatment of non-modellable risk factors
  • Understanding final rule and expectations

Tim Becker, Vice President, Risk Methodology,
Deutsche Bank

BLACK BOX MODELS

5:10 Use of advanced modeling and black box models in credit risk and ensuring transparency for regulatory review

  • Regulatory viewpoint
  • Use of black box models in credit risk and lending
  • Programming language
    • Aligning language across the industry
  • Opportunities and constraints of models
  • Validation and usage opportunities

Nils Foyn Kjaerside, SVP, Danske Bank

5:50 Chair’s closing remarks

6:00 End of Summit

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London

SPEAKERS

Keynote Speakers

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Adrian Burbanks,
Deputy Chief Executive Officer,
Agricultural Bank of China (UK) Ltd

Biography

Adrian is Deputy General Manager of Agricultural Bank of China, London Branch, where he holds the SM4 position, with specific responsibility for Risk and Compliance. He was formerly CRO for Europe and the Americas at the National Bank of Abu Dhabi, and has held senior risk management positions at UBS and Merrill Lynch. His 25 years in the banking industry has included credit management roles covering most geographies, wholesale, investment banking and wealth management products, and a diversity of clients, ranging from Hedge Funds to Multinational Corporates. He has also held risk management jobs in London and Tokyo, with HSBC, Deutsche Bank and Fuji Bank.

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Mark Chaplin,
UKI Chief Risk Officer
Aviva Plc

Biography

Mark is the Chief Risk Officer for Aviva’s UK Insurance businesses. Mark had previously been CRO for the Aviva group’s internal reinsurance company and the Group Enterprise Risk Director. Mark was also a Board member of Aviva Italia Holding from 2013-2017 and was a member of the Audit and Risk Committees, chairing the Audit Committee for 18 months. Before joining Aviva in 2010, Mark spent 16 years in risk management consulting at the insurance practice of Willis Towers Watson, becoming a partner in 2002.

Thomas Dodd

Thomas Dodd,
Chief Compliance Officer,
Moneta Money Bank

Biography

Thomas is currently Chief Compliance Officer at Moneta Money Bank, Czech Republic, formerly part of the GE Capital group, where he leads the anti-fraud, AML, conduct risk and regulatory compliance teams. He also has responsibility for an agile development team that is automating the bank’s digital client onboarding KYC controls.
Thomas has 20 years’ experience in compliance, audit and regulatory senior executive roles having served as a Senior Banking Regulator for the United Arab Emirates Central Bank from 1999 to 2006. He was Chief Auditor at GE Money Czech Republic from 2007 to 2014 before taking up the Chief Compliance Officer role in 2015. He was closely involved in the IPO process that led to the successful spin-off of the business as an independent entity in 2016. Thomas was also President of the group’s Volunteer organization from 2013 to 2018 and serves as a Non-Executive Director for the group’s Leasing subsidiary.
Thomas holds a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from Warwick Business School and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Manchester Metropolitan University.
Thomas is currently Chief Compliance Officer at Moneta Money Bank, Czech Republic, formerly part of the GE Capital group, where he leads the anti-fraud, AML, conduct risk and regulatory compliance teams. He also has responsibility for an agile development team that is automating the bank’s digital client onboarding KYC controls.
Thomas has 20 years’ experience in compliance, audit and regulatory senior executive roles having served as a Senior Banking Regulator for the United Arab Emirates Central Bank from 1999 to 2006. He was Chief Auditor at GE Money Czech Republic from 2007 to 2014 before taking up the Chief Compliance Officer role in 2015. He was closely involved in the IPO process that led to the successful spin-off of the business as an independent entity in 2016. Thomas was also President of the group’s Volunteer organization from 2013 to 2018 and serves as a Non-Executive Director for the group’s Leasing subsidiary.
Thomas holds a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from Warwick Business School and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Manchester Metropolitan University.
Thomas is currently Chief Compliance Officer at Moneta Money Bank, Czech Republic, formerly part of the GE Capital group, where he leads the anti-fraud, AML, conduct risk and regulatory compliance teams. He also has responsibility for an agile development team that is automating the bank’s digital client onboarding KYC controls.
Thomas has 20 years’ experience in compliance, audit and regulatory senior executive roles having served as a Senior Banking Regulator for the United Arab Emirates Central Bank from 1999 to 2006. He was Chief Auditor at GE Money Czech Republic from 2007 to 2014 before taking up the Chief Compliance Officer role in 2015. He was closely involved in the IPO process that led to the successful spin-off of the business as an independent entity in 2016. Thomas was also President of the group’s Volunteer organization from 2013 to 2018 and serves as a Non-Executive Director for the group’s Leasing subsidiary.
Thomas holds a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from Warwick Business School and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Simon Gadd,
Group Chief Risk Officer,
Legal & General

Biography

Simon Gadd was appointed CRO of L&G Group in January 2013. As Group CRO he heads risk oversight for all risk types within L&G risk framework, including prudential, operational and conduct risks. He provides advice to the Board and Executives on risk matters across the Group, including both UK and overseas operations, and sits on the Group Executive Committee and Group Risk Committee.

Simon has had a varied career with Legal & General since completing a mathematics degree at Oxford University. He qualified as an actuary in 1991 and roles undertaken since have included defined benefit pension valuation, various pricing and marketing roles, general management roles, and leadership of the pensions review. Simon has led several different businesses within the Legal & General group, including the Retail Protection business, Group Protection business and as MD of Annuities from 2006 – 2012.

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Sedjwick Joseph,
CRO,
Bank ABC (ABC International Bank plc)

Biography

Sedjwick is a seasoned Chief Risk Officer with over 20 years of experience across commercial, retail and business (SME) banking products. He has multifunction experience across credit risk management, Enterprise Risk Management, business management, marketing, financial analysis and advanced analytics.

He has experience across products and markets having worked across both developed markets (US, UK, Western Europe) as well as Emerging Markets (Asia, Middle East and Africa).

Sedjwick has a Masters Degree in Business and a Bachelors Degree in Engineering.

Outside of work, Sedjwick is an avid squash and tennis player.

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Nasreen Kasenally,
Chief Risk Officer AM,
UBS

Biography

Nasreen is the Chief Risk Officer for UBS Asset Management. She is responsible for the implementation of principles and appropriate independent control frameworks for credit, market, treasury, and country risks within UBS Asset Management.
Nasreen is a member of the UBS Asset Management Executive Committee and the UBS Group Risk Executive Committee where she participates in shaping business strategy and influencing the future direction of UBS Asset Management and Group Risk Control.

She joined UBS in 1999 and prior to the current role was the Group Head of Market Risk.

Nasreen has a BSc in Actuarial Science and an MSC in Mathematical Trading and Finance.
Nasreen is the Chief Risk Officer for UBS Asset Management. She is responsible for the implementation of principles and appropriate independent control frameworks for credit, market, treasury, and country risks within UBS Asset Management.
Nasreen is a member of the UBS Asset Management Executive Committee and the UBS Group Risk Executive Committee where she participates in shaping business strategy and influencing the future direction of UBS Asset Management and Group Risk Control.

She joined UBS in 1999 and prior to the current role was the Group Head of Market Risk.

Nasreen has a BSc in Actuarial Science and an MSC in Mathematical Trading and Finance.

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Paul Kennedy,
Chief Risk Officer,
National Bank of Kuwait

Biography

Paul Kennedy will be presenting at Risk EMEA

NEW PIC EBBE

Ebbe Negenman,
Chief Risk Officer,
Aegon Bank

Biography

Ebbe has over 15 years’ experience in leading departments in the financial sector. Currently Ebbe is employed as the Chief Risk Officer of Aegon Bank (including Knab). Before he worked as Head of Regulatory Risk at ABN AMRO and was involved in several innovation projects for Risk Management at ABN AMRO bank. Previously he worked as a Managing Director Risk Management at ING Bank in Amsterdam and Hong Kong. Ebbe has extensive risk management knowledge, including strong expertise in Accounting and Regulations. He is well experienced in the 2nd line oversight of all risk categories: Credit Risk, Market Risk (responsible for Asset and Liability Management at ING Bank), Non-financial Risk, Real Estate risk, (worked for 4 years as a senior Managing Director at one of the largest real estate companies in the world), Investment Risk (responsible for the risk management of all ING Life investments in the Asia Pacific region), Regulatory Risk (at ABN AMRO), and Model Risk (one of the contributors of this topic at ABN AMRO).

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Alistair Nunn,
CRO Barclays UK Ventures,
Barclays

Biography

Alistair has over 20 years experience working in the financial services sector for top-tier institutions. He has worked across Investment Banking, Structured Finance, M&A, Retail, Corporate and infrastructure areas, covering all aspects of governance, control and risk management. He has specialised in Operational Risk for the last 15 years, implementing practical enterprise risk management frameworks in both front office supervision and second line Operational Risk roles.
Alistair has held a number of senior roles at Citi, including Head of Risk Management for Global Banking, covering Europe, Middle East and Africa and at Barclays Bank including Head of Operational Risk for Barclaycard and Group Functions. He is currently the CRO for Barclays UK Ventures which is focused on driving innovative growth through the identification, incubation and scaling-up of potentially transformational new business lines and business models for Barclays.

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Jeff Simmons,
CRO ,
MUFG Securities (Europe) N.V.

Biography

Jeff Simmons joined MUFG Bank in June 2014 as the Head of Enterprise Risk, tasked with creating the function. He has been involved intensively with the enhancement of the Risk Management framework in MUFG Bank (Europe). This has involved him in the formation of an Enterprise Risk function in Amsterdam tasked with delivering the full range of regulatory submissions.  In April 2018 he transitioned to MUFG Securities to become involved in the Brexit project. In this capacity he is the CRO for MUFG Securities (Europe) N.V. the Dutch subsidiary of MUFG Securities (EMEA).

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Perry Thomas,
Chief Risk Officer, Insurance and Enterprise Risk Director, Wealth Insurance & Wealth Risk,
Lloyds Banking Group

Biography

Perry will be presenting at Risk EMEA 2019

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Louise Thorpe,
Chief Privacy Officer,
American Express

Biography

Louise Thorpe is the Chief Privacy Officer for American Express and leads the global teams that oversee the risks related to privacy, information security, records management and information technology. Louise joined the company in 2012, having previously held positions at Vodafone in the UK, and for the Victorian Privacy Commissioner in Australia. Louise holds undergraduate degrees in law and media studies from La Trobe University, a masters of law from Melbourne University. She is currently completing an Executive MBA at Imperial College London, and serves as an advisory board member for OneTrust – a privacy management software company.

Stream One: Innovation in Risk & Operational Resilience

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Rajiv Arora,
Head of Regulatory Change,
Mizuho International

Biography

Rajiv has over 20 years of investment banking experience managing risk, regulatory and technology transformation programmes. He has successfully delivered large change programmes building strong relationships with stakeholders while developing, managing and leading high impact teams across geographies. He has also developed a leading vendor technology solution providing trading, risk management and financial & physical settlement for trading energy products.

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Mark Bird,
Global Head of Data, Global Regulatory Compliance,
HSBC

Biography

Mark Bird will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Charlotte Branfield,
Head of Info Sec Internal Standards & Cyber Advocacy, Global Information Secuirty,
Citi

Biography

Charlotte is Citi’s Global Head of Information Security Internal Standards & Cyber Advocacy, with overall responsibilities for the life-cycle of Citi’s internal Information Security standards and policies, and a global, cross-franchise external engagement program to strengthen and develop Citi’s relationships with the public sector and industry partners. In this role she is also responsible for partnering with teams across Citi to support their understanding of cyber and data protection public policy, legislation and regulation, future trends and political developments. Charlotte joined Citi in 2015. Prior to joining Citi, she had roles working with government partners within the retail and financial crime public policy teams of UK Finance, and in International Strategy at TheCityUK.

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Russell Brooks,
Stress Testing Strategic Initiatives,
Credit Suisse

Biography

Russell Brooks will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Jules Ferdinand,
Group Head of Cyber Risk Intelligence,
BNP Paribas
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Biography

Jules Ferdinand will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Mariana Gómez de la Villa,
Head of Wholesale Banking Blockchain,
ING

Biography

Mariana Gomez de la Villa (1979, Mexican nationality) has joined ING in 2015 and is currently the global head of ING’s Blockchain program, with overall responsibility for driving research, development and deployment of Distributed Ledger Technology as well as capitalizing on its potential in order to unlock mass-scale value.

Under Mariana’s leadership, the Blockchain program has delivered over +30 proofs of concept in collaboration with the following business areas: payments, trade finance and working capital solutions, financial markets, post-trade, bank treasury, lending, compliance and identity.

Mariana is also responsible for setting up long-term purpose and vision, including the governance of the program within the organization. Mariana is an active leader in global consortia, outlining the Distributed Ledger Technology strategy and envisioning market landscapes.

Mariana’s accountabilities include the definition of products, services and business models, as well as foresight to business, technology, leadership communities and international stakeholders, including regulators.
Mariana Gomez de la Villa (1979, Mexican nationality) has joined ING in 2015 and is currently the global head of ING’s Blockchain program, with overall responsibility for driving research, development and deployment of Distributed Ledger Technology as well as capitalizing on its potential in order to unlock mass-scale value.

Under Mariana’s leadership, the Blockchain program has delivered over +30 proofs of concept in collaboration with the following business areas: payments, trade finance and working capital solutions, financial markets, post-trade, bank treasury, lending, compliance and identity.

Mariana is also responsible for setting up long-term purpose and vision, including the governance of the program within the organization. Mariana is an active leader in global consortia, outlining the Distributed Ledger Technology strategy and envisioning market landscapes.

Mariana’s accountabilities include the definition of products, services and business models, as well as foresight to business, technology, leadership communities and international stakeholders, including regulators.
Mariana Gomez de la Villa (1979, Mexican nationality) has joined ING in 2015 and is currently the global head of ING’s Blockchain program, with overall responsibility for driving research, development and deployment of Distributed Ledger Technology as well as capitalizing on its potential in order to unlock mass-scale value.

Under Mariana’s leadership, the Blockchain program has delivered over +30 proofs of concept in collaboration with the following business areas: payments, trade finance and working capital solutions, financial markets, post-trade, bank treasury, lending, compliance and identity.

Mariana is also responsible for setting up long-term purpose and vision, including the governance of the program within the organization. Mariana is an active leader in global consortia, outlining the Distributed Ledger Technology strategy and envisioning market landscapes.

Mariana’s accountabilities include the definition of products, services and business models, as well as foresight to business, technology, leadership communities and international stakeholders, including regulators.

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Alexander Knothe,
Director, European Head Non-bank FI/Fintech,
Deutsche Bank

Biography

Alexander has more than 15 years’ experience in the world of Capital Markets and Investment Banking. He has worked in various client facing roles for Deutsche Bank in Germany and United Kingdom. In his current role, Alexander coordinates the coverage of FinTech clients for his business division globally and is voting member of Deutsche Bank’s FinTech onboarding council. Alexander graduated from Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.

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Maciej Lewandowski,
Head of Section & Joint Supervisory Team Coordinator,
European Central Bank

Biography

Maciej Lewandowski is a seasoned banking professional with 20+ years of experience ranging from financial control, credit risk management to corporate banking, derivatives and fixed income.

Currently (since June 2014) he is working in ECB Banking Supervision (aka Single Supervision Mechanism – SSM) as Head of Section & Joint Supervisory Team (JST) Coordinator, responsible for consolidated supervision of one of the largest Dutch banks. As JST Coordinator, he leads risk identification and implementation of risk-based and forward-looking Supervisory Examination Program. He took part in the start-up phase that included recruitment as well as fine-tuning of tools and processes. He is responsible for the international team of experts located in Frankfurt and Amsterdam.

Prior to joining ECB, Maciej worked in various roles in a number of banks: PKO Bank Polski 2008-2014 (Head of Credit Risk Assessment Department, member of Bank’s Credit Committee, Advisor to CEO), HSBC 2008 (Head of Structured Finance) and Citi in Poland and Hungary 1996-2008 (Debt Capital Markets, Derivatives Sales, Financial Control).

Maciej has graduated from Warsaw School of Economics and holds a Master Degree in Banking and Finance.

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Sucharita Banerjee Lodha,
International Business Resiliency and Operational Governance/ ERM,
AIG

Biography

Sucharita Banerjee Lodha will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Peter O’Hanlon,
Product Owner for Enterprise Controls,
Lloyds Banking Group

Biography

Peter is an Intrapreneur at Lloyds Banking Group, where he is innovating, transforming and behaving as an Entrepreneur from within the organisation. As the Product Owner for Enterprise Controls at Lloyds Bank he leads a large transformation team and lab creating the Control function of the future. He leads teams in embracing new ways of working and leading the organisation in adoption of agile delivery approaches that are driven by new thinking, improving cultures, real knowledge of value and understanding of customers.

With experience from across financial services and a deeply technical background, Peter develops talent pipelines for key areas of the business and builds platforms and products that are key enablers for the business.

Peter is also a Sports presenter and commentator having featured on Sky Sports, Fox Sports and many others. He is also the Chairman of an award winning radio station and the voice of World Rowing covering all major World Championships and World Cups.

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Ghanshyam Patil,
Digital Lead, Blockchain,
AXA XL

Biography

Ghanshyam Patil will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Jason Penman,
Head of Balance Sheet Management,
NatWest Markets

Biography

Jason is Head of Balance Sheet Management at Nat West Markets.  He has responsibility for managing the deployment of capital & balance sheet.  This involves decisions at the strategic and transaction level.  The team provide the business capability to take effective resource decisions, shape the resource utilisation to ensure resilience under stress and manage the direct business response to prudential regulations.  Prior to joining Nat West Markets in 2006 Jason was at Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he ran an EMEA Planning & Strategy team. FCCA, LLB Hons (Law).

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Leslie Perry Coombs,
Head of Conduct Risk
UBS

Biography

Leslie Perry Coombs will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Andrew Sheen,
Head of Operational Risk Regulatory Advisory,
Credit Suisse

Biography

Andrew is a non-Executive Director of the Institute of Operational Risk and a member of the England and Wales Chapter’s Executive Board. He is also Head of the Operational Risk Regulatory Advisory function at Credit Suisse having moved from HSBC. Andrew is probably best known for his work at the FSA and subsequently the PRA. During his time at the FSA and PRA Andrew managed the Operational Risk Review team in the Risk Specialist Division and represented the UK on the BCBS’ and EBA’s Operational Risk working groups.

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Georgia Simmons,
Director, RCSAs, Operational Risk,
Barclays

Biography

Georgia is an experienced Operational Risk and Controls practitioner, specialising in Risk and Control Self Assessments and the challenges associated with Enterprise wide Risk taxonomies and supporting causal, controls, organisation and process taxonomies.
Georgia has spent time devising different aggregation and calculation values for the reporting of non-financial risk impacts, and has spent the last 18 months working on process led RCSAs at Barclays.

Georgia started her career at JP Morgan in financial reporting and has worked on various projects across finance, risk, compliance and legal.

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Kaivalya Vishnu,
Director – Risk & Treasury Technology,
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Biography

Kaivalya Vishnu is the regional EMEA & APAC lead for liquidity risk technology at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Based in London, he is responsible for providing technology solutions to support Corporate Treasury Liquidity Management and Data Management functions. He & his team is accountable for the implementation of technology platforms and tool sets to source data and deliver analytics and reporting capabilities to meet business and regulatory demands. He has been leading various initiatives to build Corporate Treasury’s strategic next generation data & analytics platform that will standardize the reporting & data framework, operational work flows and data governance while meeting the obligations under regulations such as Basel III / CRD IV (LCR, NSFR, ALMM, Delegated Act), Fed 5G, Stress Modelling & Internal Management reporting.

Kaivalya is a technology executive with 20+ years of rich diversified experience in designing & delivering technology solution across various industry sectors. Prior to BAML, he had held various positions at firms such as Barclays Capital, RBS, Standard & Poor’s, Fitch Ratings, Samsung Corporation & Lucent Technologies across locations in UK, USA, India and South Korea. He has built up his career specializing in technology development & management that helps businesses maximize their return on technology investment by adopting the best practices in business technology integration, Program Management, Global delivery framework, Business Analysis and an optimal people-process-technology operating model.

Kaivalya holds an executive MBA from Cass Business School, London and Masters in Computer Science from Allahabad University, India. He is also a visiting faculty at Cass Business School, London and has co-authored a couple of papers published in academic/management journals.

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Liv Watson,
Sr. Director of Strategic Customer Initiatives,
Workiva

Biography

Liv A. Watson is a Senior Director of Strategic Customer Initiatives at Workiva Inc. Watson currently serves as Chair of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Technology Trends Subcommittee, member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) Sustainability Committee, member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Technology consortium, and an active member of the XBRL International Funding Task Force. She has published numerous articles for international publications and journals, including Harvard Business Review and Strategic Finance, The Washington Post, Financial Times, Business Week, InformationWeek Wall Street & Technology, and CFO Magazine.Liv is also the co-author and contributing author to several books, including XBRL for Dummies as well as Governance, Risk, and Compliance Handbook published by Wiley.

Stream Two: Strategic Balance Sheet Management

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Tim Becker,
Vice President, Risk Methodology,
Deutsche Bank

Biography

Tim Becker is a VP within Deutsche Bank‘s risk methodology department in London where he is currently leading the VaR methodology team and a FRTB methodology team.

Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Tim developed and implemented quantitative risk models as a quantitative analyst for an energy trading company and as a management consultant.

Tim earned an MSc in Mathematical Finance from the University of Oxford, has a Master’s degree in Business and Engineering from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany and is a certified Financial Risk Manager since 2009.

Tim can be contacted by e-mail on: Tim-P.Becker@db.co

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Antoine Bezat,
Head of Stress Testing Methodologies and Models,
BNP Paribas

Biography

Antoine Bezat is responsible of Stress Testing Models and Methodologies for BNPP since 2017. This transversal role covers all risk classes (Credit, Market, interest rates,  operational  and cyber, revenues and liquidity). Antoine is also in charge of the forward looking aspects of IFRS9 provisioning.

Antoine has been responsible of the independent validation for market activities of Dexia until 2009 where he joined BNPP.  Within BNPP Antoine worked on credit economic capital model, provisioning and stress testing. He became head of Credit Stress Testing in 2014.

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Paul Burnett,
Global Head of Traded Risk Analytics,
HSBC

Biography

Paul is the Global Head of Traded Risk Analytics overseeing model development of risk models across Market Risk, Counterparty Credit Risk and Stress Testing. Paul has over 20 years of modelling experience. First, as a physicist modelling the behaviours of very dense, low temperature plasmas; before moving into Finance where he joined a Model Validation team. Paul then spent 7 years in Model Validation before moving into Risk Model Development.

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Nilton Cardoso,
Head of Credit Risk Model Validation,
Metro Bank

Biography

Nilton Cardoso will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Nazeen Ebrahim,
Director, ICAAP, Capital Risk,
Morgan Stanley

Biography

Nazeen Ebrahim will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Thibault Godbillon,
Policy Expert, Supervisory Review, Recovery & Resolution,
EBA

Biography

Thibault Godbillon will be speaking at Risk EMEA

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Ying Hu,
Head of Risk Analytics,
SMBC Europe Limited

Biography

Dr Ying Hu is the Head of Risk Analytics at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited (SMBCE). She is responsible for SMBCE’s Credit and Op risk modelling, ICAAP stress testing, RAROC and RWA calculations. Her latest project was to establish a Model Risk Management Framework for the bank. Prior to joining SMBCE she worked at Deutsche Bank in the Risk Analytics and Instruments Group, where she was responsible for managing and developing Deutsche’s RAROC pricing tool. Ying holds a PHD degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Warwick.

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Casey Yin Jia,
Strategic Risk Director,
RBS

Biography

Casey Yin Jia will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Amit Kalyanaraman,
Head of Liquidity Risk (UK),
Credit Suisse

Biography

Amit has got extensive Treasury and Risk Management experience with banks across different countries. He has worked with global banks for the last 15 years and his roles have spanned a number of functions. His expertise ranges from funding and liquidity activities at the money market desk to the development of sophisticated risk management analytics, covering Liquidity, Interest Rate Risk, Funds Transfer Pricing and Asset-Liability Management. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Financial Risk Manager.

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Krishna Kant,
Head of Risk & Compliance,
Canara Bank, London

Biography

Krishna is a career banker with Canara Bank, a premier Indian state-owned bank. Currently holding compliance oversight role (SMF 16) approved by the UK regulators. He is a member of the Compliance Committee of Association of Foreign Banks, London. Plus chair of CBUK AML Committee and Risk Management & Compliance Committee. Krishna has expertise in regulatory change management and horizon scanning and diving the process of remediation under handling the s.166 review. His skills include Identifying potential areas of compliance vulnerability and developing remedial systems and controls. Drafting all policies and procedures including AML, Compliance and Risk Management. Setting up TLOD model and heading the second line function and establishing governance and risk framework.

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Azar Khurshid,
Director, Global Risk Management,
Mizuho

Biography

Azar has over 10 years of experience in Financial Risk Management. Currently he is the Global Business director for the FRTB and related Regulatory projects at Mizuho. He also manages the current Internal model for Market Risk. Previously he was at Barclays capital for 7.5 years, where he worked with Equity derivatives risk management and risk reporting and also in counterparty credit risk.
Azar has a doctorate degree in Neuroscience and Masters in Computational intelligence.

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Dmitry Lobaskin,
Co-Head of Risk Model Validation, Executive Director,
Nomura

Biography

I have over 10 years of experience in model validation, starting from various Front Office Pricing Models, covering Equity, IR, FX and Hybrids, and switching to all types of Risk Models afterwards. My current primary focus as a Co-Head of Risk Model Validation at Nomura is on validation of credit exposure, margin calculations and stress testing models implemented in Nomura Group globally. I have PhD in theoretical physics from Augsburg University and MSc in applied math and physics from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology.

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Nigel Milbank,
Head of Stress Testing Control Management,
RBS

Biography

Nigel is a Chartered Accountant and has held various roles in banking having worked in Internal Audit at Schroders and Credit Suisse. Previous roles also include Head of Operational Risk and Enterprise Risk reporting to CRO’s at Santander. In the last 7 years Nigel has been Head of ICAAP and held various Stress Testing roles at RBS.

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Ashan Ramakrishnan,
Head of investment risk and SIRO,
BNY Mellon

Biography

Ashan Ramakrishnan will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Gilles Renaudiere,
Director, Capital Products,
BNP Paribas

Biography

As part of his role, Gilles liaises very closely with financial institution issuers, bond investors, rating agencies and regulatory bodies, balancing the interests of all stakeholders in order to advise his clients on optimal capital structures and the instruments available to meet the capital requirements of the new regulatory regime.

Prior to joining BNP Paribas in 2014, Gilles spent 8 years at UBS where he started his career in the Capital solutions team. He then held positions in the FIG Benelux (2005-2007) and Nordic teams (2007-2013)

Gilles graduated from Imperial College with a MSci in Mathematics and Computing, and holds a Master in Management diploma from HEC Paris

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Tony Roberts,
Head of Group Leverage Management,
Deutsche Bank

Biography

Tony Roberts joined Deutsche Bank in 2011 where he heads Group Leverage Management in Treasury. Currently he has responsibility for managing Leverage & Balance Sheet but has held a number of roles in risk, capital and advisory functions.

Prior to Deutsche Bank, Mr. Roberts spent 6 years at Standard Bank, latterly in Treasury & Capital Management, before which he worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Mr. Roberts has an MA in Modern History from Oxford University.

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Hanna Sarraf,
Group Chief Risk Officer,
BankMed

Biography

Hanna is the Group Chief Risk Officer at Bankmed, a regional corporate, retail and private banking organisation headquartered in Lebanon with operations in the EMEA region. He is responsible for designing and implementing the Group risk management strategy and processes to support delivery of the strategic goals of the Group and its subsidiaries. Prior to joining Bankmed, Hanna was the Head of Risk Strategy at Bank of Ireland Group and held senior Risk & Regulatory management consulting roles at Ernst & Young, KPMG and Accenture in the UK and globally.

Hanna is an experienced executive with over 20 years’ risk management experience, covering both strategy and pragmatic implementation of Risk Management programmes across all major industry segments in a wide number of geographic markets. He holds a specialised Master’s degree in Financial Engineering from ESSEC Business School and an MSc in Finance from the Paris-Dauphine University in France. He has written many articles on financial risk management and is a frequent speaker at leading UK and international conferences.

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Thomas Steiner,
Partner,
BearingPoint

Biography

Thomas Steiner is a Partner at BearingPoint and responsible for their firm-wide risk management consultancy practice within their Banking and Capital Markets practice. While Thomas and his team is covering a comprehensive service portfolio for financial institution’s risk controlling and management functions, they have a specific focus on Banking Book risk controlling and management, covering IRRBB, Liquidity risk and FTP. Their services covers governance aspects (e.g. set up the 3 lines of defence concept), development of methodology and ALM software implementation.

Prior to that, he was Head of Requirement Engineering at MEAG Asset Management, responsible for the business requirements of the Risk Controlling/Management function.

Thomas is an ALM expert with more than 15 years’ experience in a variety of different roles in consultancy projects for international acting banking groups. He is a member of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).

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Lutz Weinert,
Director Group Market Risk,
Commerzbank

Biography

Lutz Weinert will be presenting at Risk EMEA

Stream Three: Evolution and Future Trends in Credit Risk

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BC Achary,
Executive Director & Deputy CEO,
FCMB Bank

Biography

BC Achary is an experienced international banker with many years of experience covering various assignments in credit and risk management, treasury, asset liability management, trade finance, business strategy and development, regulatory compliance and general management. Currently he is the Executive Director and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of FCMB Bank (UK) Limited. Prior to this he was the Executive Director and Chief Risk Officer of the Bank from 2012 to 2018.

He is a Chartered Fellow of CISI, a member of its Fintech Committee, and a Certified Member of the Institute of Risk Management. He has also successfully participated in the Fintech Programme of Said Business School, Oxford University.

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Brandon Davies
Former Head of Market Risk,
Barclays

Biography

Brandon is a Trustee of the Responsible Finance Institute Foundation a Non-executive director of LintelFinancial Services Limited  and of Obillex Limitedand an advisor to Rosette Limited a Shariah merchant bank .

Brandon is an advisory council member of the Institute of International Monetary Research and is a member of the Financial Markets Group at the London School of Economics.

He currently lectures at Buckingham University on their Masters in Money, Banking and Central Banking degree course.

Brandon retiredfrom Barclays Bank  in 20004 where he was Treasurer of retail and corporate banking and a member of the banks Executive Committee. Prior to this appointment he was Head of Structured Products at Barclays Capital

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Atanas Dimov,
Head of Credit Risk,
Aviva Investors

Biography

Atanas Dimov has global responsibility for the management of credit risk arising from illiquid debt investments as well as counterparty credit risk at Aviva Investors. Prior to this, he spent 13 years in debt origination, portfolio management and credit risk at Bank Of America Merrill Lynch and KfW IPEX-Bank as well as financial audit at Deloitte. Atanas qualified as a CPA in the US.

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Georg Hauser,
Managing Director Credit Risk Management,
ING-DiBa AG

Biography

Georg Hauser, an Austrian national, is heading Credit Risk Management in ING in Germany, hitherto known as ING-DiBa, part of ING Group. This comprises Retail Banking as well as Wholesale Banking. He has been in the banking and risk profession since more than 25 years, mostly with ING, and was active in several European countries, including Poland, Russia and now Germany.

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Michalis Ioannides,
Head of Credit and Market Risk Europe,
Canada Life

Biography

Michalis Ioannides will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Doriana Iovino,
Director of Credit Risk and Analytics,
Metro Bank

Biography

Doriana Iovino will be presenting at Risk EMEA

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Catherine Keane,
Head of Bank and Country risk,
Bank of Ireland

Biography

Catherine Keane BSc MBA – Head of Bank and Country Risk, Bank of Ireland. Catherine was appointed to her current role in July 2010. She was previously Head of Credit and Market risk in the bank’s Global Markets division. Prior to moving into risk in 2002 Catherine held front line dealing roles in both the Trading and Sales areas in Global Markets, primarily in the structured products area and spent several years in Corporate Lending in the RBS and BOI group. She is very familiar with risk in complex instruments.

Catherine has lectured on a number of subject areas in a variety of institutions including the Institute of Bankers and Dublin City University and is currently lecturing on the Masters in Risk Management programme in Trinity College Dublin, which is the highest ranked university in Ireland.

In recent years Catherine has spoken at various industry conferences including GARP. CFP, Risk, Marcus Evans and GLC on a variety of risk related topics

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Siddique Khan,
Head of Traded Risk CCP Risk Management,
HSBC

Biography

Sid Khan is the Head of Traded Risk CCP Risk Management at HSBC. He is responsible for global risk management of HSBC’s exposure to the Central Counterparty (CCP) sector. This includes responsibility for group CCP risk management policy, governance and oversight, and strategic enhancement of global risk measurement and monitoring capabilities.

Sid holds PhD and Masters degrees in Mathematics from Johns Hopkins University, as well as Masters and Bachelors degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a Bachelors degree in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Nils Foyn Kjaerside,
SVP,
Danske Bank

Biography

Nils Foyn is an international experienced analytics leader with 20 years experience working with and for banks, primarily in Risk Management. Before joining Danske Bank in 2014 Nils worked for ANZ in Australia where he refurbished the analytics function. Nils is currently leading the advanced analytics initiative in Danske Bank, where new tech stacks, new methodologies and new data items are the foundation for value creation for customers and shareholders.

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Andreas Koutras,
Head of Portfolio Risk,
FBN

Biography

Andreas is a financial professional with extensive quantitative and investment banking experience across Europe and Middle East. Currently, at FBN Bank UK he heads the portfolio risk and is implementing IFRS9, Stress and sensitivity testing. He has started his financial career with Lehman Brothers were he was Fixed Income quantitative and derivatives modeller. He moved to the world of exotic derivatives and structured products producing innovative asset and liability solutions for clients across Europe. He has worked for BMO, CALYON, RBC and ITC Markets. Andreas is frequently quoted by Bloomberg, and the press, with regards to the debt and NPL crisis in Europe. Andreas studied Astrophysics and advanced Mathematics at London University and Cambridge. He was awarded a scholarship to do a PhD in London on Einstein’s General Theory of relativity and he has written articles in referred scientific journals.

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Maciej Lewandowski,
Head of Section & Joint Supervisory Team Coordinator,
European Central Bank

Biography

Maciej Lewandowski is a seasoned banking professional with 20+ years of experience ranging from financial control, credit risk management to corporate banking, derivatives and fixed income.

Currently (since June 2014) he is working in ECB Banking Supervision (aka Single Supervision Mechanism – SSM) as Head of Section & Joint Supervisory Team (JST) Coordinator, responsible for consolidated supervision of one of the largest Dutch banks. As JST Coordinator, he leads risk identification and implementation of risk-based and forward-looking Supervisory Examination Program. He took part in the start-up phase that included recruitment as well as fine-tuning of tools and processes. He is responsible for the international team of experts located in Frankfurt and Amsterdam.

Prior to joining ECB, Maciej worked in various roles in a number of banks: PKO Bank Polski 2008-2014 (Head of Credit Risk Assessment Department, member of Bank’s Credit Committee, Advisor to CEO), HSBC 2008 (Head of Structured Finance) and Citi in Poland and Hungary 1996-2008 (Debt Capital Markets, Derivatives Sales, Financial Control).

Maciej has graduated from Warsaw School of Economics and holds a Master Degree in Banking and Finance.

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Robert McWilliam,
Managing Director,
ING

Biography

Robert McWilliam is a Managing Director within Financial Markets at ING Bank NV. He is currently leading an initiative within ING’s Innovation Lab, to develop a clearing (OTC/ETD) and client clearing platform.

He joined ING in 2010 to set up a CVA Trading desk which he extended to include funding (FVA), collateral/margin (SIMM), liquidity (LCR), capital and credit risk measurement.

From 1997 to 2010, Mr McWilliam held various positions at ABN Amro, latterly as Global Head, Counterparty Exposure Management.

Mr McWilliam is Chairman, PRMIA Global Board: a not-for-profit, member-led global network for the promotion of Professional Risk Management practices.

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Tobias Noll,
Senior Relationship Manager/Deputy Head of Marketing & Sales,
RSU Rating

Biography

Tobias will be presenting at Risk EMEA 2019

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Richard Sudowsky,
Managing Director, Head of Credit Risk Management
Swiss Re

Biography

Rich Sudowsky is the Head of Credit Risk Management (CRM) of Swiss Re Group and leads a team that is accountable for identifying, measuring, monitoring and controlling credit default and migration of credit risk.  The team ensures that Swiss Re’s credit risk profile is transparent to the senior management and appropriate relative to Swiss Re’s risk appetite.  In addition to the significant amount of work originating from the credit risk taking businesses of Swiss Re, he is also responsible for the Group’s governance structure, pertinent policies, referral processes, and involved in the credit risk measurement methodologies.

Rich has more than 25 years of credit and consulting experience all within the insurance industry.  He has worked for a number industry leading employers, rating agencies and investment banks where prior to joining Swiss Re he served as the Global Head of Insurance Credit Risk for Barclays Capital.  Rich holds an MBA and Bachelor of Science in Finance from Monmouth University.

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Martin Vojtek,
Head of IRB Model Assessments in Financial Supervision Department,
Czech National Bank

Biography

MV is the Head of the IRB Model Assessment Team in the Financial Market Supervision Department in Czech National Bank. He has absolved PhD. study at CERGE-EI in Prague in a field of Quantitative Economics. He also holds a MSc. in Mathematics from Comenius University in Bratislava.
MV works for Czech National Bank since 2005 and led various teams in the On-site supervision division, including team conducting on-site examination in a field of Credit Risk. He has been a member of various EBA’s working groups and has been taking part in developing various regulations at European level, especially aimed on the IRB approach.

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Tim Wickens,
Global Head of Funds Credit,
Lloyds Banking Group

Biography

I joined Lloyds Banking Group in 2009, and since 2010 have been Head of Credit for Global Funds. I am a senior sanctioner on Credit Committees for Commercial Banking, and sit on their Markets ExCom and Risk Committees. I sit on various working parties looking at Clearing of OTC Derivatives/Emir/Mifid/Collateral Optimisation. I was invited to the Bank of England round table on Financial Market Infrastructure in late 2016 as a BBA representative, and also to the Dutch Central Bank’s conference in June 2017 (same topic) . Prior to joining Lloyds I spent 10 years at Deutsche Bank where I was Head of Western European FI Credit.

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Chaoxin Zheng,
Head of Economic Capital and Stress Testing,
Morgan Stanley

Biography

Chaoxin will be presenting at Risk EMEA 2019

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Adam Ziarkewicz,
Director of Credit Portfolio Management Departament,
FBN Bank

Biography

Adam Ziarkewicz will be presenting at Risk EMEA

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London

INSIGHTS

The role of blockchain technology in enhancing banking practice

By Mariana Gomez de la Villa, Senior Program Manager Blockchain, ING

Mariana has released her PDF slides. In this presentation, Mariana will address key areas of concern, including: Current hurdles, What is driving the adoption, Ecosystem overview, Future scenarios etc.

The cumulative impact of regulation and managing regional fragmentation

By Sue Kean, Chief Risk Officer, Old Mutual plc and Ebbe Negenman, Chief Risk Officer, Aegon Bank. .

Ahead of our flagship conference: 7th Annual Risk EMEA, we held an in depth interview with keynote speaker Sue Kean and Ebbe Negenman into the possible implications of the industry moving away from global harmony, the price of compliance, managing regulation across multiple jurisdictions and what the future looks like.

Find our Banking Risk thought-leadership articles here. These articles feed from our much larger Risk Insights section of our website which provides you with thought-leadership, white papers, articles and more across risk and regulation. Subscribe to Risk Insights’ Financial Risk Management Blog and get the latest articles straight to your inbox.

14th March 2019

Uses of distributed ledger technologies to drive efficiency programs and risk management considerations

By Mariana Gomez de la Villa, Head of Wholesale Banking Blockchain, ING
14th March 2019

Removing operational risk through comprehensive spreadsheet governance

By Chris Burke, CEO, EUCplus
8th March 2019

Reviewing final rule for TLAC/MREL requirements and assessing implementation

By Gilles Renaudiere, Director, Capital Products, BNP Paribas
7th March 2019

The future of operational risk management – From adolescence to adulthood

By Robert Crewdson, Managing Consultant and Rob Murray, Managing Director, BCS Consulting.
5th March 2019

Leveraged debt financing: Is there a debt crisis in the making?

By Atanas Dimov, Head of Credit Risk, Aviva Investors
5th March 2019

Reviewing the post crisis landscape and unanswered questions surrounding technology & innovation

By Thomas Dodd, Chief Compliance Officer, Moneta Money Bank
25th February 2019
interview with Agriculture Bank of China (UK) LTD, MetLife, Nordea Bank

What can we do as risk managers to be more efficient in the future?

22nd February 2019

Holistic Liquidity Risk Management

By Amit Kalyanaraman, Head of Liquidity Risk, Credit Suisse
21st February 2019

Evolution & Future Trends in Credit Risk

By Shannon Harris, Senior Research Executive, CeFPro
19th February 2019

Managing the regulatory agenda and increasing global cooperation to limit disparities

By Adrian Burbanks, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Agricultural Bank of China (UK) Ltd
18th February 2019

Risk Webinar: Emerging risks driven by Innovation: The operational risk journey

18th February 2019

Taking the pulse of third party risk management 2019

13th February 2019

Articulating information to the board to understand the nature of the threat of vendor and third-party risk and translating into action

By Charles Forde, Global Head of Third Party, Outsourcing & Inter-entity Risk, UBS
13th February 2019

Reviewing the shifting focus within credit risk and the impacts of new trends and regulation

By Catherine Keane, Head of Bank and Country Risk, Bank of Ireland
13th February 2019

Using machine learning and predictive analytics to combat the increasing exposure to cyber threats

By Vikas Munshi, Senior Security Architect, CISO, ING

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London

SPONSORS

Sponsorship

Can your organisation contribute? Please contact the Center for Financial Professionals today to discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities. For more information on what we can offer, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

2019 Knowledge Partner:

Quantitative Risk Management


Quantitative Risk Management (QRM) is the world’s premier enterprise risk management consulting firm. QRM develops industry-leading risk management principles, practices, and models, and provides clients with the advice, knowledge, and tools necessary to leverage those innovations into higher risk-adjusted returns. Since 1987, we have partnered with our clients to enhance their ability to measure risk, identify profitable opportunities, and make sound financial decisions. With offices in Chicago, London, and Singapore, QRM has established over 250 long-term engagements with top financial institutions from the banking, finance, and insurance industries worldwide.

2019 Co-Sponsors:

BearingPoint


BearingPoint is an independent management and technology consultancy with European roots and a global reach. The company operates in three units: Consulting, Solutions and Ventures. Consulting covers the advisory business; Solutions provides the tools for successful digital transformation, regulatory technology and advanced analytics; Ventures drives the financing and development of start-ups. BearingPoint’s clients include many of the world’s leading companies and organizations. The firm has a global consulting network with more than 10,000 people and supports clients in over 75 countries, engaging with them to achieve measurable and sustainable success.

To learn more, please visit:
Website: www.bearingpoint.com

Avantage Reply


Avantage Reply is a leading consultancy delivering management consulting services to financial services clients in risk, finance and compliance. Since its establishment in 2004, Avantage Reply has provided insightful and practical services to help client address the challenges arising from changes in regulation and strategic and organisational change, whilst exploiting innovative technologies, including in data management and analytics, automation and robotics.

With operations in London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Luxembourg, Milan, Rome and Paris, Avantage Reply employs more than 350 specialised consultants. Avantage Reply is part of Reply, a listed company with 7,000+ employees specialised in consultancy, system integration and digital services.

More details at: www.avantagereply.com

RSU Rating Service Unit


RSU is the market leader for wholesale credit rating sys­tems in Germany and provides internal rating systems to more than 40 customers – mainly banks and insu­rance companies. Established in 2003, RSU develops and operates a broad range of systems for the assess­ment of credit risks.

RSU’s core solution, LB-Rating, is a system designed for preparing, editing, validating and managing internal ratings based in accordance with the Basel Ill/IV fra­mework. It provides standardized and objective credit ratings for various types of obligors as well as for spe­cialized lending. Currently, LB-Rating comprises twelve modules, which all received supervisory approval for use under the IRBA. Modules using a scorecard approach are Banks, Corporates, Funds, Insurance Companies, International Regions and Municipalities, Leasing, Leveraged Finance and Sovereigns and Transfer Risk. The simulation-based RSU modules are Aircraft Financing, International Commercial Real Estate, Project Finance and Ship Financing.

S&P Global Market Intelligence


At S&P Global Market Intelligence, we know that not all information is important—some of it is vital. Accurate, deep and insightful. We integrate financial and industry data, research and news into tools that help track performance, generate alpha, identify investment ideas, understand competitive and industry dynamics, perform valuations and assess credit risk. Investment professionals, government agencies, corporations and universities globally can gain the intelligence essential to making business and financial decisions with conviction.
S&P Global Market Intelligence a division of S&P Global (NYSE: SPGI), provides essential intelligence for individuals, companies and governments to make decisions with confidence. For more information, visit www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence.

2019 Associate Sponsor:

Workiva


Workiva is a leading provider of enterprise cloud solutions for data collaboration, reporting and compliance. More than 3,000 organisations worldwide, including companies of all sizes, government agencies and educational institutions, trust our cloud platform to improve productivity, connect data and gain confidence in their data-driven decisions.

2019 Media Partners:

Media Partnerships

We are happy to support publications, associations and organisations at this event. From a simple company listing with your logo to taking advantage of some of our sponsor benefits listed above. To discuss a media partnership further please email jesse.hopkins@cefpro.com or call +44 (0)20 7164 6582.

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London

TESTIMONIALS

Take a look at Risk EMEA 2018

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London

VENUE & FAQs

Venue

The Tower Hotel – Guoman
St Katherine’s Way
London
E1W 1LD

Book Here

Accommodation at the Tower Hotel
We are delighted to offer our attendees a preferential rate of £209 incl VAT and Breakfast per night. If you would like to book your accommodation please use the information below. This rate is for the nights of June 10th, 11th and 12th only. The rate will either expire on May 20th or if our quota is met. Please ensure to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Telephone: 0800 330 8005 option 1 or 2

Email: reservationsadmin.tower@guoman.co.uk

Please ensure to quote the code: CFPE110619 to receive the preferential rate.

FAQs

CPE Credits

Can I present at Risk EMEA 2019?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at Risk EMEA 2019. For further information on this please contact shannon.harris@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

Are there any rules on the dress code?

Business attire is requested. The Summit is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

What is the cost and what is included in the registration fee?

We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Summit, as outlined on our pricing structure. Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

Where can I find the Summit documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations after the Summit* We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our Risk Insights App during the Summit. *Please note that our speakers often have to gain permission from their relevant compliance departments to release their presentations. On rare occasions compliance may not allow presentations to be distributed.

Will breakfast, lunch and refreshment be provided?

Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Summit, such as

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Cocktail reception at the end of the day (Subject to confirmation)
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology available through the Risk Insights App

I have several colleagues that would like to attend, is there a group discount?

Certainly! We are pleased to offer you a 50% discount on the third registration or provide a fifth registration for free. If you would like to register more than five colleagues please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 Please note:

  • Registrations must be made at the same time
  • Registrations must come from the organisation
  • The lowest registration will be discounted
Are there opportunities to share my thought-leadership at Risk EMEA 2019?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Risk EMEA 2019 and our wider risk professionals community. At the event We can distribute your material to the attendees, offer you an exhibition booth, and provide speaking opportunities so that you may enjoy a more prominent presence at the Summit. Visit the Sponsor tab for further information or contact sales@cefpro.com / +44 (0) 207 164 6582. Risk Insights Feature your content on our Risk Insights website and supporting Risk Insights monthly newsletter. For further information please download our media pack here.

Are media partnerships available for Risk EMEA 2019?

Yes. As part of a media partnership we can offer a variety of options to increase the branding and awareness of your association, company, certificate, publication or media. We are flexible with what we can offer however we usually:

  • Provide a discounted rate to attend
  • Place your logo and profile on the Summit website
  • Place your logo on the Summit brochure
  • Place your logo on promotional content where applicable
  • Distribute your media/marketing at the Summit
  • Promote through social media channels

To discuss this further please contact jesse.hopkins@cefpro.com or call +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

Our 8th Annual Liquidity Risk Management Europe 2019 Forum will be taking place the day after Risk EMEA 2019!
Below is a preview of the conference but please visit www.cefpro.com/liquidity for further information.

2019 Key Agenda Topics

The upcoming 8th Annual Liquidity Risk Europe Forum will feature a range of presentations and panel discussions.
Just some of the proposed topics include:

Brexit
Exploring the impact of Brexit on liquidity risk and the potential changes to the business

Intraday Liquidity
Reviewing the granularity of intraday liquidity requirements and the uses within forecasting

LIBOR
Examining the treatment of contracts as the industry transitions towards Libor phase out

Balance Sheet Management
Discussing alignment between departments and creating effective balance sheet management

Regulatory Perspective – PRA110
The Bank of England: Offering regulatory insight on the PRA110 requirements

NSFR
Analysis of the final NSFR rule and timelines as firms prepare for implementation

Funding
Reviewing the funding requirements within markets and managing funds transfer pricing

Interest Rate Risk
Understanding the impacts of interest rate risk on liquidity and product pricing

Hear from 15+ Liquidity Risk Professionals Including:

John Hoque, MD, Investment Bank Treasury, NatWest Markets
Phil Headley, Managing Director, Regulatory Reporting, Mizuho
Graham Laber, Senior Risk Specialist, Bank of England
Sridhar Aiyangar, Group Head, Balance Sheet and Liquidity Management, Bank ABC
Mike Gregory, Head of Treasury, Commonwealth Bank
Brian Brown, Head of Liquidity Risk Management, Deutsche Bank

Register

Register now for the launch special rate of just £399*

Registrations can be made online at www.cefpro.com/liquidity or via phone at +44 (0) 207 164 6582 / +1 888 677 7007

8th Annual Liquidity Risk Management Europe Sponsor:

8th Annual Risk EMEA 2019: Risk, Regulation & Technology Summit

 11-12 June, 2019 | London

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(E.g. Bank, Insurance company, Asset Manager, Regulator)
£899*

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£1,099*

Until 31 May

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£1,599*

After 31 May

Representing an information/service provider
(E.g. Consultant, Vendor, Executive Search Firm, Law Firm)
£1,399*

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£1,799*

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£1,999*

After 31 May

*All rates are subject to UK VAT

Group Bookings:

Group rates are available for 3 or more attendees from the same organisation, when registering at the same time. The current rate allows every third colleague to come along for half price or a fifth colleague to attend for free!

Other Ways to Register

1. Register by Email

Simply email us with your e-signature
we will do the rest for you!

We only need your:
– Full name
– Job title
– Company & address
– Contact number

sophie.goodeve@cefpro.com

2. Contact Us Directly

+44 (0)20 7164 6582 (UK)
or
+1 888 677 7007 (US)

2019 Knowledge Partner:

2019 Co-Sponsors:

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2019 Associate Sponsor:

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Sponsorship

Can your organisation contribute? Please contact the Center for Financial Professionals today to discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities. For more information on what we can offer, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

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