9th Annual Risk EMEA 2020

RISK EMEA 9th Annual | 15-16 October, 2020 | London

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9TH ANNUAL RISK EMEA

15-16 October, 2020 | London

300 attendees | 60+ speakers | 40+ presentations | 13 panel discussions | 7 hours of networking | 6 keynote speakers | 3 individual work streams
Keynote & Plenary Sessions

STRATEGIC RISK
Balancing risk management and mitigation with strategy and business decisioning

RISK CULTURE
Developing and promoting risk culture agendas and aligning conduct

REPUTATIONAL RISK
Managing reputation risk amidst increased uncertainty

ESG
Incorporating ESG into business plans and understanding requirements

TRANSFORMING BUSINESS MODELS
Transforming strategy and data in a changing landscape

REGULATION
Managing the regulatory landscape and potential unintended consequences

Topics Addressed for 2020

INNOVATION & RESILIENCE
Cyber Security | AI & Machine Learning  |
FinTech | 
Data | Operational Resilience |
Cloud | KYC | Payments

Plus much more…


Climate Change | Geopolitical Risk | Profitability | Recession | Basel 4 | Regulation | Liquidity Risk | Stress Testing

Plus much more…

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CREDIT RISK
Machine Bias | Graph Database | ESG | Credit Cycle | CCR | Uncleared Derivatives | Leveraging Financing | Loan Origination

Plus much more…

HEAR FROM MORE THAN 60 CROS AND HEADS OF RISK INCLUDING
Simon Gadd

Simon Gadd
Group Chief Risk Officer
Legal & General

Jeff Simmons

Jeff Simmons
Chief Risk Officer
MUFG Securities

Fabrice Brossart

Fabrice Brossart
Chief Risk Officer, General Insurance International & UK
AIG

James Orr

James Orr
Chief Actuary, General Insurance
Bank of England, PRA

Carole Avis

Carole Avis
Chief Risk Officer, LGI
Legal and General Group

Mark Chaplin

Mark Chaplin
Chief Risk Officer
Aviva Life & Pensions UK

Michael Sparks

Michael Sparks
Chief Risk Officer, Issuer Services
BNY Mellon

Sophie Dupre-Echeverria

Sophie Dupre-Echeverria
Chief Risk & Compliance Officer
Gulf International Bank (UK)

Soren Agergaard Andersen

Soren Agergaard Andersen
Chief Risk Officer
Nordea Asset Management

Andrew Edwards

Andrew Edwards
Chief Operating & Risk Science Officer
Lloyds Banking Group

Will Jennings

Will Jennings
Chief Risk Officer
Rabobank London

Wolfgang Koehler

Wolfgang Koehler
Chief Risk Officer, Member of the Management Board
Mizuho Securities Europe

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Agenda | day one | 15 October, 2020

8:00 Registration and breakfast | 8:40 Center for Financial Professionals Welcome | 08:50 Chair’s Opening Remarks

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

9:00 Strategic risk: Balancing risk management and mitigation with strategy and business decisioning

Session details 

  • Balancing the risk of doing things well vs. not doing them
  • Tensions with the Board balancing risk management and strategy
  • Changing business models to be more IT driven
  • Moving decisions from people to systems
  • Bringing expertise on IT and data to the Board

Michael Sparks, Chief Risk Officer, Issuer Services, BNY Mellon 

 

KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION

9:30 Developing and promoting risk culture agendas and aligning conduct

Session details 

  • Lessons learnt from previous conduct issues
  • Accountability and conduct
  • Regulatory standards on conduct
  • Psychological safety
  • Ability to raise issues
  • Promoting a positive risk culture
  • Balancing risk and mitigation with driving business
  • Linking good governance and culture to a sustainable business model
  • Evolving requirements for skillsets
  • The next generation of risk managers

Fabrice Brossart, Chief Risk Officer General Insurance International and UK, AIG
Søren Agergaard Andersen, Chief Risk Officer , Nordea Asset Management
Mark Chaplin, Chief Risk Officer, Aviva Life & Pensions UK

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

10:10 Managing reputation risk in an evolving landscape with increased uncertainty

Session details 

  • Reputation risk and regulation
  • Westpac case study
  • Changing ways of managing reputation
  • What makes a good response?
  • Responding quickly to the unexpected
  • Managing media coverage

Ebbe Negenman, CRO, Aegon Bank 

10:40 Morning refreshment break and networking

INNOVATION & RESILIENCE 

PANEL DISCUSSION

11:10 Reviewing threat landscape and measuring effectiveness of cyber security controls

Session details 

  • Improving efficiencies and effectiveness
  • Cost reduction to address cyber and technology risks
  • Changing threat landscape and exploitation of vulnerabilities
  • Reviewing IT landscape and ensuring security
  • Security detection and management systems
  • Quantifying cyber risk
  • Reliance on systems to protect against cyber threats

Mohsin Choudhury, UK Head of Cyber Security, Information & Data, ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
Angela Johnson, Head of Risk, New Technology and Technology Change, Lloyds Banking Group 

PANEL DISCUSSION

11:10 The future of regulation around climate change and expectations across the industry

Session details 

  • To what extent can banks be held responsible?
  • PRA guidance and global regulatory views
  • Limiting investment in sectors
    • Running scenarios on exposure
  • Including climate risk in risk appetite
  • Stress testing climate change
  • Scenarios to quantify the risk
  • Transitioning tools for a more environmentally friendly economy
  • Updating environmental policies
  • Transition risks of changing business models and investing behaviour

Simon Gadd, Group Chief Risk Officer, Legal and General Group PLC
Ying Hu, Head of Risk Analytics, SMBC Europe Limited
Ozgur Ozel, EMEA Head, Prudential Regulatory Relation, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley 

CREDIT RISK 

PANEL DISCUSSION

11:10 Understanding how technology is changing approaches to credit risk

Session details 

  • Managing of AI and machine learning models
  • Data governance
  • Use of AI and machine learning in credit risk
  • Application of artificial intelligence and new modeling techniques
  • Modelling large quantities of data
  • Early warning signs for credit risk
  • Accessing alternative data sets
  • Increasing efficiency and capabilities to process large data sets

Maciej Lewandowski, Head of Section/ Joint Supervisory Team (JST) Coordinator, Banking Supervision European Central bank
Diana Kapsa, Head of Credit Methodology, Retail, UBS AG
Per Hansson, Head of Credit Risk Analytics, Deutsche Bank
Michael Baker, Managing Director, Scope Risk Solutions GmbH, part of the Scope Group

 

AI IN CYBER SECURITY

12:00 Leveraging AI and automation for cyber defence

Session details 

  • Opportunities to transform cyber defences using AI
  • Realising cost reduction and effectiveness
  • Expectation of criminals using AI
  • Automating manual tasks
  • Rationalising access rights
  • Process of requesting right
    • Slowing response
  • Automating incident response and detection

Mohsin Choudhury, UK Head of Cyber Security, Information and Data, ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

 

CLIMATE CHANGE

12:00 Climate change impact: Balancing risk and opportunity

Session details 

  • Stress testing exposure to climate change
  • Impact across different business lines
  • Insurance implications of climate change
  • Physical risks of climate changes
  • Financing structures to support transition
  • Financial risks
  • Evaluating indirect impact of climate change

Sophie Dupre-Echeverria, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited

 

MACHINE BIAS

12:00 Managing uses of machine learning in credit decisioning and data requirements to remove potential bias

Session details 

  • Reducing human intervention in credit scoring
  • Where AI can assist data
  • Impact on credit worthiness

Erdem Ultanir, Director, Barclays

12:40 Lunch break and networking

 

KYC

1:40 Do you really know your customer?

Session details 

In a world where financial crime keeps getting smarter, learn how to turn technology against it.

Daniela Tamagnone, Manager, Reply
Julian Recan,
Partner, Reply

 

GEOPOLITICAL RISK

1:40 Reviewing the global landscape and impact of geopolitical risks on economies

Session details 

  • Global trade wars
  • Slow-down of economy: Is the US heading for a recession?
  • Macroeconomic dependencies between countries
  • Impact on emerging markets
  • Macroeconomic events impact on market risk
  • Brexit: Regulatory divergence
    • Maintaining model approvals across jurisdictions
  • Market and liquidity access

 

CCR

1:40 Managing risk of counterparties and impact of changes on credit risk

Session details 

  • Managing contingent risk
  • Nasdaq clearing default
  • Upcoming changes for CCP management
  • How LIBOR may change the calculations for counterparty credit risk
    • Effect of transitioning from over night rates to risk free rates
    • Stochastic spread correlations
  • Future outlook beyond 2022
  • Are CCPs really safe and too big to fail?

 

PAYMENTS

2:20 Payments: Move from batch processing to real time control process

Session details 

  • Opportunities and challenges from digital revolution
  • Preparation in an event for timely response
  • Understanding of market environment for execution of crisis management plans
  • Straight through processing
    • Capability of established banks vs. new entrants
  • Reduction in need for intermediaries for money transfers
  • Application of new platforms and providers
  • Resiliency of new platforms

James Barclay, Executive Director, J.P Morgan 

 

PROFITABILITY

2:20 Ensuring profitability in an era of low interest rates and changing business models

Session details 

  • Profitability in an era of low interest rates
  • Cost reductions
  • Controls and management of risk
  • Market environment
  • Operating in a zero inflation and interest rate environment
  • Impact of low growth and financial environment in first world countries
    • Risk management change in emphasis

Tony Roberts, Head of Group Leverage Management, Deutsche Bank 

 

ESG/CLIMATE CHANGE

2:20 Understanding the impact of ESG and climate risks on credit portfolios and worthiness

Session details 

  • Impact of climate change on physical assets
  • Credit worthiness of products
  • Impact on bank portfolios and the industry
  • Embedding across all pillars of risk
  • Modeling techniques for climate risk
      Impact on assets in portfolios

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

 

FINTECH PANEL DISCUSSION

3:00 Leveraging the FinTech model and opportunities from challenger banks

Session details 

  • Technology enabled disruption
  • What can be learnt from challenger banks?
  • Strategies to protect traditional banking
  • Buyout vs. incubation strategies
  • Talent and staff acquisition and retention
  • Executing a new business model
  • Merging divisions of larger and older banks
  • Engaging FinTech’s and leveraging opportunity
  • Developing onboarding/procurement processes

Maciej Lewandowski, Head of Section/ Joint Supervisory Team (JST) Coordinator, Banking Supervision European Central bank
Stephane Malrait, Head of Market Structure and Innovation Financial Markets, ING Bank
Thomas Dodd, Chief Compliance Officer, MONETA Money Bank

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

3:00 Managing sensitivity to interest rate risk across portfolios

Session details 

  • Central focus on interest rate sensitivity
  • Interest rate risk in the banking book
  • Net interest income sensitivity
  • Hedging profitability
  • Deposit charging and behaviour
  • Measuring and managing interest rate sensitivity
  • Impact to corporate debt if interest rates increase

Melissa Longmore, Head of Group Market & Liquidity Risk, Bank of Ireland
Jacek Rzeznik, Head of Market and Liquidity Risk Management, mBank
Steve Lynch, Director, Cash Management, International Corporates, Barclays 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

3:00 Maximising on new data sources and leveraging for better management of credit risks

Session details 

  • Accuracy of data
  • Data governance with expansion of data requirements
  • Using publicly available data to create profiles
  • Reducing resources using automation of processes
  • Making decisions based on data collected
  • Using to determine credit product offerings
  • Analytical capabilities and techniques
  • Controls for data lineage and governance
  • Impact of cloud storage on access and usability

Russell Brooks, Head of Balance Sheet Planning & Management, Credit Suisse
Louis Brown,
Head of Credit Risk Modelling, Investec

3:50 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

 

TRANSFORMATION

4:20 Developing change management and transformation agendas

Session details 

  • Managing technical change
  • Changes in regulatory and risk environment
  • Working with new technologies for transformation
  • Integrating FinTech companies’ into the organisation
  • The notion and speed of change
  • Using technology to evaluate and monitor risks

Edmund Bosworth, Head of Capability and Controls, RBS

 

RECESSION

4:20 Future recession: Tipping of the economic cycle

Session details 

  • Moving towards a recession
  • Market conditions and bubbles
  • Rate of insolvency
  • Run rate of business for restructuring
  • Data trends to predict future market changes
  • Identifying financial products showing signs of stress
  • Leverage finance impact on value

 

CREDIT CYCLE

4:20 Reviewing where the industry is at along the credit cycle and tools to manage changes

Session details 

  • Quantitative and qualitative factors considered when assigning a credit/obligor grade to a corporate
  • How to consider credit risk ‘through the cycle’ when analysing corporate credits
  • Early warning signs and taking a risk based approach to analysing credit

Paula Murphy, Head of Credit, SMBCE, Corporate Banking, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Ltd (SMBCE)

 

DATA

5:00 Data: Using new data sources and opportunities with alignment with technology

Session details 

  • Data processing capabilities
  • Increased availability and ability to process data
  • Information for decision making
  • Reducing interpretation within specific systems
  • Techniques to get a data view independent of infrastructure
  • Availability across the enterprise
  • Aggregating data in a shared environment
  • Architectural design to accommodate data usage
  • Recording and viewing internally and externally

Tim Palmer, Director, Head of Data Management Risk, Deutsche Bank 

 

LIQUIDITY

5:00 Liquidity and collateral processes and the impact of global move to collateral

Session details 

  • Risk of monetised collateral in severe events
    • Untested in market
    • Ensuring transparency and management
  • Unregulated shadow market impact on liquidity
  • Fragmented nature of collateral and vulnerabilities in a crisis
  • Move from cash to collateral
  • Impact on global banks
  • Managing funding and liquidity across currencies vs. management of collateral

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

 

MODELLING LDP

5:00 Pool Party: Modelling LDP by taking advantage of internal pool models

Session details 

Tobias Noll, Senior Relationship Manager/Deputy Head of Marketing & Sales, RSU Rating Service Unit GmbH & Co. KG 

5:40 Chair’s closing remarks | 5:50 End of day one and drinks reception

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Agenda | day two | 16 October, 2020

8:00 Registration and breakfast | 8:40 Center for Financial Professionals Welcome | 08:50 Chair’s Opening Remarks

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

9:00 Updating business plans to incorporate ESG and understanding evolving requirements

Session details 

  • Processes, procedures and controls
  • Benefits of ESG infrastructure
  • Improving governance and overall performance
  • Updating business plans to reduce emissions
  • The environmental revolution
  • Financial and reputational impacts
  • Current regulatory environment
  • Risks and opportunities of climate change

Sedjwick Joseph, Chief Risk Officer, Bank ABC International Bank
Andrew Edwards, Chief Operating & Risk Science Officer, Lloyds Banking Group

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

9:40 Transforming business models and data requirements in a rapidly evolving environment

Session details 

  • Current state of the industry
  • First line controls
  • Strategic positioning across the industry
  • Scalability of new developments
  • Handling the volume of data globally
  • Updating modelling techniques

Will Jennings, Chief Risk Officer, Europe, Rabobank London

 

KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION

10:10 Managing the regulatory landscape and potential unintended consequences of regulation

Session details 

  • Transformation of the business model
  • Moving to riskier business to maintain profitability
  • Interconnectedness of new regulation
    • Basel 4, CRD 5, FRTB, MREL etc…

Jeff Simmons, Chief Risk Officer, MUFG Securities (Europe) N.V.
Wolfgang Koehler, CRO, Member of the Management Board, Mizuho Securities Europe

10:50 Morning refreshment break and networking

INNOVATION & RESILIENCE 

OPERATIONAL RESILIENCE

11:20 Approaches to operational resilience across the industry and regulatory expectations

Session details 

  • IT architecture resilience
  • Identifying key operations and response time if they are down
  • Assess the impact of operations
  • Conducting detailed impact assessments
  • Identifying vulnerabilities and tolerances
    • Making changes to manage vulnerabilities
  • Measuring ability to withstand IT outages

Colin Last, Director of Risk & Controls, Nationwide 

Market Trends Small 

FRTB

11:20 Implementation update of FRTB and modelling techniques

Session details 

  • Value proposition for building internal model
  • Capital savings with internal vs. standardised models
  • Understanding risks in the trading book
    • Holding capital against risks
  • Data and price points to validate models

Suman Datta, Head Portfolio Quantitative Research, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking 

CREDIT RISK 

IFRS 9

11:20 Overview of IFRS 9 post implementation and updates to definition of default

Session details 

  • Understanding defaults of IFRS 9 for provisioning
  • Post model adjustments under IFRS 9 for new definition
  • Impact assessment and scenario analysis
  • PRA thresholds to determine safeguards
  • Methodology to calculate exposure of default
  • Variation in scenario requirements across regulators

Diana Kapsa, Head, Credit Risk Methodology, UBS AG 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

12:00 Incorporating technology into resilience programmes and ensuring security

Session details 

  • Increased risk with use of cloud storage
  • IT security
  • How do risk frameworks respond to technology changes?
  • Technology involvement vs. dynamic risk management
  • Assessing risk of new developments
    • Embedding into new technology

 

Chanel Rock, Head of Operational Risk, Virgin Money
Vikas Munshi, Enterprise Security Architect, ING Bank 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

12:00 Developing an international regime for transition from IBOR and mitigating impact

Session details 

  • Repricing products under IBOR
  • Risks of legacy IBOR positions on a market
  • High levels of liquidity departing
  • Move to risk free rates
  • Forward looking risks in corporate lending
  • System development challenges
  • Clearing houses movement to new rates
  • Value transfer under new rates

Phil Lloyd, Head of Market Structure & Regulatory Customer Engagement, Natwest Markets
Lena Young, Head of Audit, Liquidity, Funding and Product Control, Credit Suisse 
Alan Farrell, ED, Corporate Treasury, LIBOR Transition, Goldman Sachs 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

12:00 Overview of uncleared derivatives margining rues and impact on credit risks

Session details 

  • Overview and status update
  • OTC and exchange derivatives
  • Derivatives done internally
  • Counterparty default risk
  • Creating a level playing field or driving a race to the bottom
  • Impact of Brexit on clearing houses operations

Tim Wickens, Global Head of Funds Credit, Lloyds Banking Group
Emmanuelle Mathey, Head of Credit Risk, Schroders
Gerrit van den Akker, Counter Party Risk Manager, NN Investment Partners

12:50 Lunch break and networking 

 

REGTECH

1:50 Regulation and technology: Impact of regulatory changes on systems and updating technology

Session details 

  • Capturing more data and risk
  • Upgrading current models
  • Regulatory view on technology uses

 

Olmo Vázquez, Global CEO, Mirai ALM Advisory & MAT


REGULATION

1:50 Regulation: Influences of market changes on the future of regulation

Session details 

  • Managing over regulation
  • Centralisation and standardisation
  • Extensions and delays in regulatory work
  • Impact of change on the dynamics across Europe
  • Using regulatory changes as a value-added tool
  • Basel 3 and 4 regulations
  • Increased risk and material challenge
  • Increased systemic risk of banks and jurisdiction


LEVERAGE FINANCING

1:50 Leverage financing: Are we creating another artificial bubble?

Session details 

  • Are we paying too much for businesses?
    • M&A environment
  • Investment in distressed debt
    • Increased competition and prices
  • Development and changes in macroeconomics
  • Impact of macroeconomic changes to the public and banks

Atanas Dimov, Head Of Credit Risk & Real Assets Investment Risk, Aviva Investors 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

2:30 Using technology and innovative opportunities to enhance KYC practices

Session details 

  • Move towards biometrics
    • Opportunities and risks
  • KYC in an IT based world
  • Customer identification technology
    • Moving to remote based technology using cameras
  • Monitoring machine control
  • Monitoring discrimination
  • Use of biometrics to validate customer identity

 

Thomas Dodd, Chief Compliance Officer, MONETA Money Bank
Carole Avis, CRO, LGI, Legal & General 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

2:30 Reviewing the evolution of stress testing and incorporating new risks into the process

Session details 

  • Identifying new risks
  • Feedback loop to increase value
  • Including climate change within stress test
  • Regulatory expectations globally
  • Internal stress testing requirements
  • Stranded assets
    • Valuing asset life on the balance sheet
  • Reverse stress testing
    • Developing holistic reverse stress tests and using for resolution planning

Jerome Henry, Principal Adviser, DG Macro-prudential Policy and Financial Stability, ECB
Nigel Milbank, Head of Stress Testing Control Management, RBS
James Orr, Chief Actuary, General Insurance, PRA, Bank of England

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

2:30 Preparing strategy for non-performing loans in a recession

Session details 

  • Transactions through securitisation
  • Restructuring the balance sheet
  • Impacts of level of provisioning required
  • Implications on balance sheet management
  • Regulations surrounding non-performing loans and provisioning
  • Loan restructuring and securitisation checking quality of portfolio and pricing

Adam Ziarkiewicz, Director of Risk Control Department, Plus Bank


CLOUD

3:20 Risk management practices to safely migrate to the cloud and maintain security

Session details 

  • Applications in the cloud
  • Associated risks with customer data
    • Confidentiality of client data
  • Structured vs. unstructured data
  • Data standardisation before putting into the cloud
  • Data confidentiality
  • Encryption requirements
  • GDPR implications and considerations
  • Ensuring controls meet regulator expectations
  • Architecture of cloud applications
  • Realising commercial benefits
  • Understanding key risk

Angela Johnson, Head of Risk, New Technology and Technology Change, Lloyds Banking Group 

 

BASEL 4

3:20 Understanding current Basel expectations and future evolutions to prepare

Session details 

  • Resolution and resolvability requirements
  • Technology applications
  • Defining timelines and expectations
  • Technical implementation of standards
  • Transfer of expertise
  • Current Basel requirements and future outlook

Bastiaan Stucken, Associate Director Portfolio Management Retail Banking, NIBC Bank 

 

INVESTMENT RISK

3:20 Investment risk considerations in light of recent high profile illiquidity issues

Session details 

  • The risks of investing in illiquid assets
  • The cost associated with liquidity
  • Is ‘gating’ a good or bad thing?
  • Regulatory initiatives towards greater transparency

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

4:00 Afternoon refreshment break and networking 

 

RISK EMEA 2020 CLOSING PANEL DISCUSSION

4:30 Reviewing opportunities and threats ahead and leveraging innovative ideas to mitigate risks

Session details 

  • The future of financial services
  • Risk EMEA wrap up panel 2020 predictions
  • Viewing risk holistically for better enterprise management

Jacek Rzeznik, Head of Market and Liquidity Risk Management, mBank
Melissa Longmore, Head of Group Market & Liquidity Risk, Bank of Ireland
Ozgur Ozel,
EMEA Head, Prudential Regulatory Relation, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley

5:30 Chair’s closing remarks | 5:40 End of Risk EMEA 2020 

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Keynotes
Søren Agergaard Andersen

Søren Agergaard Andersen
Chief Risk Officer
Nordea Asset Management

Biography

Søren Agergaard Andersen is the Chief Risk Officer for Nordea Asset Management, the biggest asset manager in the Nordics with more than € 230bn AuM. Søren is responsible for the overall risk function, managing an international team of risk professionals in Denmark, Sweden and Luxembourg. Prior to this Søren was Head of Risk in SEB Denmark. One of Søren’s main priorities is the improvement of the governance and risk framework, as well as the overall risk culture. Søren is also heading the Data Protection Office in NAM, which links closely to the existing processes in Risk.

Fabrice Brossart

Fabrice Brossart
Chief Risk Officer General Insurance International and UK
AIG

Biography

Fabrice Brossart is the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) for AIG General Insurance International and oversees AIG’s risk management function in entities outside of North America, ensuring these operations have a risk management system proportionate to their exposures and in line with local regulatory and corporate governance requirements. He also serves as CRO of AIG UK Limited.

Fabrice has led three Solvency II internal model approval projects and recently played a key role in AIG’s response to Brexit and the establishment of new companies in UK and Europe.

Fabrice joined AIG in February 2011 as Chief Actuary for the European region, subsequently taking additional responsibilities for risk management and leading the Solvency II program. Between 2014 and 2015 Fabrice worked in several risk management roles at the AIG head office in New York, enhancing significantly the Group capital model.

An alumnus of France’s Ecole Polytechnique, Fabrice holds actuarial qualifications in France and the UK as well as the Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary designation. Previous employers include AXA Insurance UK and Willis Towers Watson. Fabrice has represented AIG at the CRO Forum and supported two AIG Group CEOs in their engagement with the Geneva Association. Fabrice was named CRO of the year by Insurance ERM in January 2018.

Mark Chaplin

Mark Chaplin
Chief Risk Officer
Aviva Life and Pensions UK

Biography

Mark is currently the CRO of Aviva’s UK Life business. Previous roles in Aviva have included CRO of the UK Insurance business, CRO of the UK General Insurance business, CRO of Aviva’s internal reinsurance entities and Group Enterprise Risk Director. Mark has also served four years on the board of Aviva Italia Holdings. Prior to joining Aviva, spent 16 years at Willis Towers Watson consulting on a wide range of risk management topics principally in the UK, Europe and North America.

Andrew Edwards

Andrew Edwards
Chief Operating & Risk Science Officer
Lloyds Banking Group

Biography

An experienced leader with deep expertise in portfolio management, treasury and risk management and in leading and building large multi-disciplinary global teams. Andrew joined Commercial Banking in 2012 to lead and develop the portfolio management function. He has an MSc in Economics and Econometrics.
During 2014 Andrew led Client Asset Management and was a member of the Commercial Banking Management Group. He was responsible for allocating capital and balance sheet capacity to improve return on capital, managing core lending products, and relationship managing and disposing of all non-core and non-strategic assets. The team developed the performance management framework for Commercial Banking and built a leading client analytics and insight capability.
In 2016 Commercial Banking was awarded credit portfolio manager of the year in the prestigious Risk awards, recognising the transformation in portfolio management over the previous three years.
Andrew joined Commercial Banking Risk in September 2017 as the Chief Risk Officer, which is the Risk-arm of the Commercial Banking division. His team sit within the Risk Division of Lloyds Banking Group.
The team provide robust Risk advice and assessment on a range of lending to UK businesses – from the smallest businesses in SME through to FTSE 100 businesses in Global Corporates and Financial Institutions.
Former appointments:
Andrew spent 10 years at Barclays in a variety of roles in portfolio management, risk and treasury. He was a voting member of a number of committees including Group Credit Committee. Prior to that he worked in Abbey National Group and consultancy.

Will Jennings

Will Jennings
Chief Risk Officer
Rabobank London

Biography

Will Jennings will be presenting at Risk EMEA

Sedjwick Joseph

Sedjwick Joseph
Chief Risk Officer
Bank ABC International Bank

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.

Wolfgang Koehler

Wolfgang Koehler
CRO
Mizuho Securities Europe

Biography

Mr Koehler was appointed to his current role as Chief Risk Officer of Mizuho Securities Europe GmbH in November 2018 covering Legal, Risk and Compliance. He joined from TP ICAP where he was Chief Risk Officer EMEA and prior to that Global Head of Risk at ICAP.

Mr Koehler started his career with Deutsche Bank as a Chartered Banker and post graduation went on to serve in the areas of Legal, Credit Risk and Operational Risk Management in New York, Frankfurt and Tokyo. Subsequently Mr Koehler extended his wide range of risk management related experience in trading & sales businesses with senior appointments at Barclays, RBS, Bank of America and Nomura in London.

Mr. Koehler studied economics and law and is admitted to the Bar in Germany.

Ebbe Negenman

Ebbe Negenman
CRO
Aegon Bank

Biography

As of August 2017 Dr. Ebbe Negenman is a member of the executive board and Chief Risk Officer of Aegon Bank in The Hague (The Netehralnds). In that he is responsible for the risk and compliancy functions of the bank. Previously he fulfilled the position of head of Regulatory Risk at ABN AMRO Bank where he was responsible for Model Risk, Model Validation, the Risk Policy setting, the Risk Governance Office, and for the 2nd line on the risk regulatory compliancy. Previously Ebbe hold senior management positions at various places within ING Group. In Hong Kong Ebbe was overlooking the investment risk of the ING Life entities in the Asia and Pacific region. Before that he was the senior managing director Market Risk of ING Real Estate, at that time one of the largest real estate companies in the world. Ebbe started his career in Asset and Liability Management at MeesPierson in Amsterdam. Ebbe has a PhD In Operation Research and a Masters’ in Mathematics as well as a Masters’ in Econometrics.

Jeff Simmons

Jeff Simmons
CRO
MUFG Securities

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).
Prior to joining the bank he spent some 20 years some 20 years specialising in best practice Risk Management including Market Risk, Credit Risk, Risk Model Validation and Regulatory Risk consulting. As well as have line management responsibilities in various institutions he has also gained extensive experience in implementing Risk Management frameworks from both a technical and operating model based perspective.

Michael Sparks

Michael Sparks
Chief Risk Officer, Issuer Services
BNY Mellon

Biography

Responsible for second line oversight of BNY Mellon’s Issuer Services businesses. Experience covering global custody operations, on exchange and OTC clearing and settlement operations, debt and equity capital markets servicing, equity and FX trading, transaction banking and private client stockbroking.

Michael began his career at Abbey Stockbrokers joining BNY Mellon in 2000. In that time he’s held first line management roles in Pershing’s Retail Brokerage Middle Office and Risk Management roles aligned to Pershing, Securities Operations, Global Collateral Management, ABN Amro Mellon, Issuer Services, and Treasury Services.

Resident technical practitioner for the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment’s Risk in Financial Services syllabus panel and member of the Association of Foreign Banks Risk Advisory Committee.

Innovation & Resilience
Carole Avis

Carole Avis
CRO, LGI
Legal and General

Biography

Carole Avis will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

James Barclay

James Barclay
Executive Director
JP Morgan

Biography

James joined JPMorgan Chase in June 2007 to form part of the Global Industry Issues team. He moved to the Product team covering regulatory and strategic issues across Europe, the Middle East and Africa in November 2018. His current role includes evaluation of industry and regulatory requirements, with a view to helping the industry move towards achieving its aims and positioning JPMorgan Chase within the fast changing payments environment. He is a Member of the Board of EBA Clearing and UK Finance Payments Products and Services Board, and a member of the Bank of England’s Strategic Advisory Panel and Pay.UKs Transition Advisory Group.

Edmund Bosworth

Edmund Bosworth
Head of Capability and Conrols
RBS

Biography

Previously the Head of Risk Reward at Westpac Banking Corporation in Australia and the Head of Risk Analytics at AIB, Ed leads RBS’ stress testing change program.

Ed has been at the cutting edge of bank risk management practices for more than 20 years experience. He is the co-author of an early public study on loss given default and oversaw Westpac’s enterprise-wide stress testing program.

Ed holds a postgraduate degree in statistics and is a member of the Institute of Directors in Ireland.

Mohsin Choudhury

Mohsin Choudhury
UK Head of Cyber Security, Information & Data
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

Biography

Mohsin Choudhury will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

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.

Angela Johnson

Angela Johnson
Head of Risk across New Technology and Technology Change
Lloyds Banking Group

Biography

Angela works in Lloyds Banking Group’s Chief Risk Office and is responsible for managing risk across new Technology and Technology Change.
Before working at Lloyds Banking Group, Angela worked at Deutsche Bank as the Global Head of Security, Risk and Compliance for the Public Cloud, Global Head of Anti Financial Crime Analytics, Global Head of Data Quality People Change and Global Head of Money Markets Data Sourcing.
Before joining Deutsche Bank, Angela worked as a Senior Manager at EY within Financial Services across Asia Pacific and EMEIA focusing on Corporate Banking and Capital Markets, Transformation and Advisory programmes. Angela started her career at IBM in Australia working as a developer, tester, designer and then business analyst and project manager.
Angela has an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering (Mechatronics / Robotics) and Computer Science from the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Colin Last

Colin Last
Director of Risk & Controls
Nationwide

Biography

Colin Last is the Director of Risk & Control at Nationwide Building Society, having joined the Society in 2015. During this time Colin has led the development of the Operational Resilience Strategy and is accountable for the Risk and Control Framework that enables operational resilience outcomes throughout the various business units of the Society. His work is key in ensuring the development, operation and delivery of products and services to Nationwide Building Society’s Members. Colin has over 15 years’ experience in the development of risk and control management systems, cross-sector to include utilities, nuclear and gaming as well as financial services. Colin has a technical specialism in Secure e-commerce, digital identities and payments for which he has a MSc.

Maciej Lewandowski

Maciej Lewandowski
Head of Section/ Joint Supervisory Team (JST) 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 two large Finnish banks (previously covering The Netherlands). 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 Helsinki.
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.

Stephane Malrait

Stephane Malrait
Head of Market Structure and Innovation Financial Markets
ING Bank

Biography

Stéphane Malrait is Managing Director and Global Head of market structure and innovation for Financial Markets at ING Bank. Stephane is responsible for following market structure and industry challenges impacting the financial market industry. He is leading innovation activities internal to ING and also external partnership and developments with Fintech companies. He actively contribute in industry working groups to represent ING Bank.

Stéphane joined ING in 2015 to lead the bank e-commerce initiatives across all financial market products and to develop on the financial market group’s cross-asset ecommerce strategy. Before joining ING, Stephane spent eight years at Société Générale, where he was Global Head of FIC eCommerce, creating an eCommerce business covering credit, rates, money market, emerging market and FX. Prior to this, Stéphane worked at JPMorgan Chase for ten years, serving in different roles in Global FX E-Commerce Business Management and cross-asset eCommerce technology and was based in London and New York.

Stephane has a strong background in financial markets and understands the need for continued technological development to drive positive change in trading and market structure workflows. He is leading ING Financial Market innovation strategy and also working on the implementation of financial regulations that will impact the clients trading activity and transform how the trading floor operates.

Stephane is also a board member for several Fintech market initiatives and trading associations. Since 2005 he has been active with the ACI Financial Market Association – an international non-profit organisation that represents the interests of market professionals in foreign exchange and money markets. Here, he has chaired the ACI FX committee, representing the views of professionals in the FX sector. He is also an active member of the ECB FX contact group working on the BIS Global FX code of conduct working groups.

ING PROFILE

ING is a global financial institution with a strong European base, offering banking services through its operating company ING Bank. The purpose of ING Bank is empowering people to stay a step ahead in life and in business. ING Bank’s more than 52,000 employees offer retail and wholesale banking services to customers in over 40 countries.

ING Group shares are listed on the exchanges of Amsterdam (INGA AS, INGA.AS), Brussels and on the New York Stock Exchange (ADRs: ING US, ING.N).

Sustainability forms an integral part of ING’s strategy, evidenced by ING’s ranking as a leader in the banks industry group by Sustainalytics. ING Group shares are included in the FTSE4Good index and in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (Europe and World), where ING is also among the leaders in the banks industry group.

Vikas Munshi

Vikas Munshi
Enterprise Security Architect
ING Bank

Biography

An all-round Cyber Security Expert, Banking Professional, and Creative Technologist with over 20 years of experience in the development and execution of Cyber Defence transformation strategies.

Tim Palmer

Tim Palmer
Head of Data Management Risk, Director
Deutsche Bank

Biography

Tim Palmer will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Julian Recan

Julien Recan
Partner
Reply

Biography

Julien is a Partner in Reply focused on helping financial services become more data driven. In this context he supports clients with the adoption of machine-learning, cloud and process automation. He applies these in the context of financial crime, core banking system migration, risk measurement and regulatory compliance. Julien started his career as a quant trader after which he became the Global Head of Risk Quants for NatWest Markets. More recently he was the Chief Risk Officer of Revolut.

Chanel Rock

Chanel Rock
Head of Operational Risk
Virgin Money

Biography

Chanel Rock will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Olmo Vazquez Rodriguez

Olmo Vazquez Rodriguez
Global CEO
Mirai ALM Advisory & MAT

Biography

Currently, I am the Global CEO at Mirai Advisory, responsible for all of the operations in the USA, LATAM, and Europe.
Mirai is a niche consulting firm focused primarily in Balance Sheet Management -ALM, Liquidity, FTP, Capital, etc. We have been designing and developing End-to-End solutions across the globe for the past 5 years with great success. In 2016 we decided it was time to drive an evolutionary leap within our areas of expertise and decided to develop a new generation tool. Our goal was to get the most out of the current technologies through the other companies of our group -BI Geek and Tadaima Studio- in a way that would really create a huge step in ALM. MAT is based in real-world experience, in what our clients and ourselves have wanted or dreamed of, it doesn’t come only from a lab.

Daniela Tamagnone

Daniela Tamagnone
Manager
Reply

Biography

With a business and management degree, I am passionate for the impact of new technologies and the way they can empower people and organizations. I help companies defining and implementing innovative solutions to keep up with digital transformation challenges and regulatory requirements. I have 7+ years experience in Management Consulting, working on projects with Financial Institutions and Fintech Startups across Europe and in the UK. Among others, my experience includes: project management, business transformation and simplification, process reengineering, business/ IT strategy and analysis, data governance, compliance risk management.

Cameron Young

Cameron Young
Former Information Security Officer
Aviva

Biography

Cameron is a cyber security professional who has spent the last few years working in senior security officer roles with large UK insurers. Cameron has moved across to financial services having previously worked in defence sector where he supported a number of projects such as the wider response to the TalkTalk data breach and a number of national security projects for the MoD, capitalising on his previous military service with the British Army’s Intelligence Corps. Cameron’s specialties include infosec risk management, supplier assurance and process improvement.

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Suman Datta
Head Portfolio Quantitative Research
Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking

Biography

Suman Datta will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Sophie Dupre-Echeverria

Sophie Dupre-Echeverria
Chief Risk & Compliance Officer
Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited

Biography

Sophie is the Chief Risk Officer of Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited. She is responsible for overseeing the overall risk culture in the company, working across risk and compliance disciplines. Sophie joined GIB UK with extensive experience in the field, having previously served as Executive Director for Compliance and Operational Risk Control at UBS Asset Management. Before this, she was Global Head of Operational Risk at Barings, and non-Executive Director of the Baring-Coller Secondaries Fund. Sophie was also an Operational Risk Manager and the Group Head of Investment Risk Framework at Schroders.

Sophie graduated from Université Lumière Lyon 2 with a Master’s degree in Economics and Finance. She is the chairperson of the Investment Association’s Business & Enterprise Risk Committee and is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.

Alan Farrell

Alan Farrell
ED, Corporate Treasury – LIBOR Tranition
Goldman Sachs

Biography

Alan Farrell will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Simon Gadd

Simon Gadd
Group Chief Risk Officer
Legal and General Group PLC

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.

Jerome Henry

Jerome Henry
Prinicipal Adviser, Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability
ECB

Biography

Jérôme Henry is Principal Adviser in the ECB Macroprudential policies and financial stability area. His responsibilities cover IT and data infrastructure as well as financial stability assessments, in particular via stress-testing. He led ECB teams for the Quality Assurance of SSM stress tests and was involved in country crisis management. He also was a BIS FSI fellow.
Mr Henry was beforehand a long-standing Eurosystem forecast coordinator. He started at the ECB leading the macromodelling team. He arrived in Frankfurt more than 20 years ago, to prepare Monetary Union, after being a macroeconomist with Banque de France. Prior to his central bank career, he did research at the OFCE and the INSEE.
Mr Henry has numerous academic publications in e.g. the Review of Economics and Statistics and with Cambridge University Press, also contributed to books on stress-testing e.g. the ECB STAMP€. He is a founding member of the CEPR Euro-Area Business Cycle Network. An ENSAE graduate, Mr Henry holds a PhD in Economics and a BA in History from Paris Sorbonne.

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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.

Amit Kalyanaraman

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.

Phil Lloyd

Phil Lloyd
Head of Market Structure and Regulatory Customer Engagement
Natwest Markets

Biography

Phil leads NatWest Markets’ customer engagement on external Market Structure and Regulatory Reforms, an ever dynamic area given that industry developments are accelerating rather than drawing breath. Engaging all types of customers across multiple asset classes and regions globally, Phil has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to NatWest Markets’ business, having joined the Markets Graduate Programme many years ago following completion of his Masters in Economics. His breadth of experience, given previous roles in Sales, Account Planning and Strategy, has been invaluable in providing him with the basis on which he has built a well-rounded approach to regulatory change.
In recent years, he has taken the lead in implementing many key post-crisis regulatory reforms, including Dodd-Frank, EMIR and MiFID II. Most recently Phil has been leading the client engagement strategy for Brexit and IBOR reform and is an active member of the Risk-Free Rates (RFRs) forums that are shaping this pivotal market reform.

Melissa Longmore

Melissa Longmore
Head of Group Market & Liquidity Risk
Bank of Ireland

Biography

Melissa joined Bank of Ireland in late 2017 from the German state agency FMS which was responsible for winding up the nationalised HRE Group. She has previously led operational market risk teams based in Munich, Dublin and New York from 2013. Prior to that, she worked for 7 years in Risk Consulting advisory in the UK, Germany and Asia (China). She holds an MBA from the University of Mannheim and a PhD in Astronomy (Space Physics) from the University of London, where her research focussed on space weather data from ESA and NASA missions.

Steve Lynch

Steve Lynch
Director, Cash Management, International Corporates
Barclays

Biography

Steve Lynch will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Nigel Milbank

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.

James Orr

James Orr
Chief Actuary, General Insurance
PRA, Bank of England

Biography

James Orr is the Chief Actuary for General Insurance at the Prudential Regulation Authority, which is part of the Bank of England. He heads up the General Insurance Risk Specialists: providing technical input into the supervision of firms; carrying out thematic reviews; contributing to policy development; and, supporting research into the financial risks faced by regulated UK GI firms.

Ozgur Ozel

Ozgur Ozel
EMEA Head Prudential Regulatory Relations, Executive Director
Morgan Stanley

Biography

Ozgur Ozel joined Morgan Stanley in June 2010 and is the central regulatory relationship manager for the Prudential Regulatory Authority. Prior to this role Ozgur worked in Internal Audit covering various reviews across the securities and investment banking businesses. Ozgur is a Certified Internal Auditor with 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry, having worked at HSBC, Lehman Brothers and UBS.

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Tony Roberts
Head of Group Leverage Management
Deutsche Bank

Biography

Tony Roberts joined Deutsche Bank in 2011 where he heads Leverage Management as well as Capital & Liquidity crisis management in Treasury. Currently he has responsibility for steering leverage and balance sheet volume in BAU, as well as the management tools and mechanisms for steering capital and liquidity in stress or crisis situations.

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.

Jacek Rzeznik

Jacek Rzeznik
Head of Market and Liquidity Risk Management
mBank

Biography

Jacek Rzeznik will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Bastiaan Stucken

Bastiaan Stucken
Associate Director Portfolio Management Retail Banking
NIBC Bank

Biography
Bastiaan has held various risk management positions over the last 10 years at NIBC Bank. He is currently heading the Portfolio Management team at Retail Banking which is responsible for the credit modelling activities on the retail portfolio.
Bastiaan is currently involved in several major regulatory change programs such as redevelopment of credit risk models for retail mortgages for A-IRB, IFRS9 and stress testing and the preparation for implementation of Basel IV.
Presentation Title: Basel IV – Practical challenges and the impact on the mortgage business model.
• Evolution of the Basel requirements
• Impact on mortgage pricing and RWA
• Implementation challenges
Lena Young

Lena Young
Head of Audit, Liquidity, Funding and Product Control
Credit Suisse

Biography

Lena is Head of Audit for Liquidity and Non-Traded Market Risk, Treasury, GLG and Product Control, as well as covering the IBOR transition. She joined Credit Suisse Internal Audit in June 2015. Prior to CS, she was Global Head of Liquidity Reporting and Analytics in Barclays Group Treasury, responsible for all liquidity regulatory reporting to the PRA as well as internal reporting. Previous roles include European Treasury COO and European Head of Treasury Capital Markets at Morgan Stanley, and Market Risk Management at Mitsubishi Trust. Lena holds a degree in Economics from Stockholm School of Economics, majoring in Financial Economics and Econometrics.

Credit Risk
Michael Baker

Michael Baker
Managing Director
Scope Risk Solutions GmbH, part of the Scope Group

Biography

Michael Baker is Head of Risk Analysis at Scope Risk Solutions, which partners with its clients to efficiently produce credit assessments in a scalable manner. Prior to arriving at Scope in 2016 he was Global Head of Risk Solutions, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. Before joining S&P in 2002, Baker held numerous positions in Risk Management, the Chairman’s Office and Commercial and Retail Banking at Lloyds Bank in both London and New York. He graduated in Economics from Cambridge University and holds professional banking and treasury qualifications.

Russell Brooks

Russell Brooks
Head of Balance Sheet Planning & Management
Credit Suisse

Biography

Russell has worked as a trader, risk manager and assurance provider in large and medium banks as well as entrepreneurial trading firms. The common thread across these roles has been a hands-on IT development component, i.e. “innovation”. Currently he is using machine learning to re-use existing scenario results to predict new, adhoc scenarios quickly as well as identifying the explanatory features driving the results.

Louis Brown

Louis Brown
Head of Credit Risk Modelling
Investec

Biography

Louis Brown heads up the Credit Risk Modelling team for the Investec Bank PLC. His primary focus is the development of Credit Risk model for IFRS 9. Before joining Investec, Louis worked at Barclays in the model validation team and before this at RBS in a number of Credit Risk modelling and analytics roles. Louis holds an MSc in Machine Learning and a BSc in Physics with Computer Science.

Atanas Dimov

Atanas Dimov
Head of Credit Risk & Real Assets Investment Risk
Aviva Investors

Biography

Atanas Dimov has global responsibility for the management of credit and investment risk arising from illiquid debt investments as well as counterparty credit risk at Aviva Investors. Prior to this, he spent 13 years in private 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.

Per Hansson

Per Hansson
Head of Credit Risk Analytics
Deutsche Bank

Biography

Per Hansson will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Michalis Ioannides

Michalis Ioannides
Head of Credit and Market Risk Europe
Canada Life

Biography

As Head of Credit and Market Risk Europe, Michalis is responsible for the design and effective execution of second line of defense oversight over the governance and processes of the system of credit and market risk management. Prior to this role, Michalis was the Head of Financial Risk at Just Group, with responsibility for the independent validation of the internal model and the oversight of financial risk management. Michalis has also spent a number of years with Willis Towers Watson, HSBC, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and BNP Paribas in modelling, structuring and pricing different type of portfolios including securitisation and risk rating of variety of portfolios and other bespoke derivative solutions to transfer credit and market risks out of financial institutions balance sheets. Michalis holds a PhD in mathematical finance from Henley Business School, University of Reading, and a MSc from Warwick Business School. Michalis is also an associate member of the Charter Institute for Securities and Investment.

Diana Kapsa

Diana Kapsa
Head of Credit Methodology Retail
UBS

Biography

Diana Kapsa will be presenting at Risk EMEA.

Maciej Lewandowski

Maciej Lewandowski
Head of Section/ Joint Supervisory Team (JST) Coordinator
ECB

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 two large Finnish banks (previously covering The Netherlands). 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 Helsinki.
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.

Emmanuelle Mathey

Emmanuelle Mathey
Global Head of Credit Risk
Schroders

Biography

Emmanuelle recently joined Schroders as the Global Head of Credit Risk. Her role involves managing principal credit risk both for the corporate treasury and the wealth management businesses, as well as agency credit risk and supporting group risk in providing oversight of private assets.

She spent the previous 10 years working at JP Morgan where she was an Executive Director managing Credit Risk for the Investment Bank, focusing predominantly in the Asset Management space (including Hedge Funds, Private Equity, Real Estate and Pension funds). Emmanuelle holds a Master in International Environmental Law from Aix-en-Provence University in France and in International Public Law from Tubingen University in Germany.

Paula Murphy

Paula Murphy
Head of Credit, SMBCE, Corporate Banking
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Ltd (SMBCE)

Biography

Paula Murphy is a front office Head of Credit in SMBC’s Corporate Banking department, responsible for a portfolio of European publicly listed large cap customers across a range of sectors including Utilities, REITS & TMT.

With over 30 years of banking and rating agency experience, Paula has helped to build and lead a number of large corporate credit management teams in both front office & credit risk management. Past experience includes roles at Barclays, Riyad Bank, Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank & Commerzbank.

Paula also spent over 3 years as a lead supervisory analyst at Fitch Ratings responsible for a portfolio of Consumer & Retail investment & non-investment grade issuers, providing public ratings as well as voting at rating committees.

Tobias Noll

Tobias Noll
Senior Relationship Manager / Deputy Head of Marketing & Sales
RSU Rating Service Unit GmbH & Co. KG

Biography

Mr. Noll studied business administration at the University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg, Germany. From 2006 to 2012 he worked for Société Générale and Barclays Capital in Frankfurt, Paris and London.
Since 2012 Mr. Noll services and advices banks regarding all RSU-run credit risk management tools such as internal rating systems, stress testing tools, IFRS9, early warning systems and LGD-models.

Erdem Ultanir

Erdem Ultanir
Director
Barclays

Biography

Erdem Ultanir will be presenting at Risk EMEA 2020.

Tim Wickens

Timothy Wickens
Global Head of Funds Credit
Lloyds Banking Group

Biography

Timothy Wickens will be presenting at Risk EMEA 2020.

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Adam Ziarkiewicz
Director of Risk Controls Department
Plus Bank S.A.

Biography

Adam is experienced risk specialist with particular focus on credit risk and IFRS 9. He is also certified financial risk manager (FRM) and member of GARP. Adam started his professional career in one of major consulting firms (EY). In EY he worked in FRM department (advisory) and was involved in projects for several polish banks, concerning internal risk parameters calculation under IRB, capital adequacy under Basel II (STD and IRB), data quality and credit risk reporting.
After that he worked in medium sized polish bank (Bank Pocztowy) for over six years, first as head of impairment provisions and portfolio analysis team and then for two years as Director of Credit Portfolio Management Department. He was responsible for impairment calculation including successful IFRS 9 implementation in the area of credit risk (which he considers his greatest achievement), scoring methodology, credit risk reporting, CRR compliance in the area of credit risk, credit risk assessment and valuation.
At the beginning of this year Adam joined another medium sized polish Bank- Plus Bank. He works there as the Director of Risk Control Department, responsible for IFRS 9, credit portfolio reporting, as well as liquidity and market risk.

Gerrit van den Akker

Gerrit van den Akker
Counter Party Risk Manager
NN Investment Partners

Biography

Gerrit van den Akker is responsible for second line oversight of NN Investment Partners’ counterparty risk. Experience includes counterparty credit risk solutions, efficient portfolio management techniques, independent validation of valuation models, bespoke derivatives transactions, OTC clearing and risk governance.

Gerrit began his career at ING Investment Management in 2006 as valuation specialist, specializing in fixed income and derivatives valuation modelling. He is also a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM).

Why attend
Agenda highlights
Networking

Networking

Ample networking opportunities are available throughout the two days; breakfast, lunch and refreshments will also be served across both days to allow for further discussion and networking. Further discussion and debate are encouraged at our Briefings and Drinks Reception.

LIVE Q&A

Live Q&A

Throughout the Summit attendees are invited to ask our speaker faculty leading questions. During the multiple presentations and panel discussions questions will be delivered live to the presenters so they can answer your burning questions and provide extra insight.

Pre-event Forum

Pre-Event Forum

IBOR Europe: New for 2020, we will be hosting a one-day forum exploring the latest developments within transition, markets and internal set-up. Hearing from Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Credit Suisse and many more…

Drinks reception

Drinks Reception

Immediately following the end of day one, there will be a drinks reception to wrap up the first day. Unwind in a more informal setting with drinks and canapés to carry on the day’s discussions with colleagues and peers.

Technology

Technology

The NEW for 2020 Risk EMEA event app allows attendees to interact directly with each other, with the speakers during sessions and with our event partners. View the full agenda and build your own with sessions of interest, arrange meetings with industry peers, view all event content and provide feedback on the speakers and overall event experience!

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News provided by Center for Financial Professionals on Monday 27th Jan 2020.
Separately Bookable pre-event forum: IBOR Europe, 14 October, 2020, London
Speakers
Alan Farrell

Alan Farrell
Executive Director, Corporate Treasury – LIBOR Transition
Goldman Sachs

Emiliano Papa

Emiliano Papa
Director, Head of Interest Rates and FX Model Validation
Deutsche Bank

Elizabeth McGowan

Elizabeth McGowan
International Lead, LIBOR Transition Office
Wells Fargo

Lena Young

Lena Young
Head of Audit, Liquidity, Funding and Product Control
Credit Suisse

John O’Sullivan

John O’Sullivan
Head of Regulatory Transformation
HSBC

Isabelle Laurent

Isabelle Laurent
Deputy Treasurer & Head of Funding
EBRD

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IBOR Europe agenda

08:15 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

REGULATION

09:00 Reviewing the latest regulatory developments and ability to achieve global compliance

  • Regulatory updates
  • International variations in requirements – what to prioritise?
  • Providing feedback to regulators
  • Working across multiple jurisdictions
  • Managing multiple regulatory regimes

Richard Johnson, EMEA Enterprise Managing Counsel, Wells Fargo

TRANSITION – PANEL DISCUSSION

09:35 Discussing the proactive migration of financial institutions towards LIBOR transition

  • Current implementation progress
  • Transitional differences in the UK, EU and US
  • Timelines – Transition in current time scales
  • Trading of alternative risk-free rates (RFRs)
  • Clearing house transition
  • What still needs to be done by individuals’ firms and the wider industry?

Alan Farrell, ED, Corporate Treasury – LIBOR Transition, Goldman Sachs
John O’Sullivan, Head of Regulatory Transformation, HSBC
Elizabeth McGowan, LIBOR Transition Office, International Lead, Wells Fargo
Sandeep Bhorkar, Director, IBOR transition, Société Générale

10:15 Morning refreshment break and networking

10:45 An issuer’s perspective on transition from LIBOR to RFR-linked issuance.

  • New methodologies (lags/shifts/lockouts)
  • The importance of indices
  • Structured products linked to LIBOR
  • Legacy issues

Isabelle Laurent, Deputy Treasurer & Head of Funding, EBRD

RISK FREE RATES

11:20 Exploring the new rates going forward and the catalyst for markets to begin trading

  • Developments in SONIA, SOFR and €STR
  • Changing instruments to new rates – floating loans, swaps, derivatives
  • Avoiding losses and calculating compensation
  • Evolution of term rates
  • Market leaders/front runners in trading

Daniel Wynee, IBOR Transition SME, National Australia Bank

MODELLING

11:55 Modelling changes needed to facilitate LIBOR phase out and future use of RFRs

  • Modelling approaches
  • Removing IBOR references from pre-existing models
  • Changes to valuation
  • Completing model validation
  • Funds transfer pricing modelling
  • Modelling curves and volatility with a lack of historic data

Emiliano Papa, Director, Head of Interest Rates and FX Model Validation, Deutsche Bank

12:30 Lunch break and networking

INTERNAL SET-UP

1:30 Approaches to internal management of transition including roles, responsibilities, systems and resources 

  • Internal structure and communication
  • Role of the 1st line, 2nd line and middle office
  • Risk management – Changes to risk systems and reporting
    • Tracking exposure to IBOR
  • Skill set to efficiently manage the process
  • Ensuring operational readiness
  • System challenges to manage multiple rates

DOCUMENTATION

2:05 Discussing the remaining legal and contractual challenges associated with LIBOR

  • Creating contractual clarity
  • Time and resources to change documentation
  • Including appropriate fall back language
  • Tackling counterparty agreements
  • Ensuring updated terms consider market rates and definition of default
  • Handling contracts which have not transitioned

Brian Fraser, Senior Manager, Lending Operations & Agency, Lloyds Banking Group

CONDUCT RISK

2:40 Ability to limit conduct risk through effective customer/client engagement and communication

  • Impact on borrowers and investors
  • Adapting to client profiles
  • Delivering transparent feedback
  • Deciding on the right time to communicate with the client base
  • Risks associated with changing contracts

3:15 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

LIQUIDITY & MARKETS

3:45 Identifying the latest trends within liquidity and markets as the industry moves away from LIBOR

  • Lack of liquidity in new rates – when will this develop?
  • Risks of a slow transition to RFRs
  • Variations in UK, EU and US markets
  • Hedging tools to manage liquidity and markets
  • Will the LIBOR market still exist?

Jasper Lilllington, Director, Head of G7 Portfolio Management, EBRD

POST LIBOR – PANEL DISCUSSION

4:20 Debating the future ramifications of LIBOR transition and the anticipated challenges over the next twelve months

  • Overall impact on the financial industry
  • How has the removal of LIBOR affected trust between institutions?
  • Ramifications for capital and liquidity
  • Anticipated reactions of clients, customers and stakeholders
  • Market expectations post 2021

Daniel Wynee, IBOR Transition SME, National Australia Bank
Lena Young, Head of Audit, Liquidity, Funding and Product Control, Credit Suisse
Carlos Molinas, Global Head of Business Compliance, Credit Agricole

5:00 Chair’s Closing Remarks

5:10 End of Forum

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Co-Sponsors

ActiveViam


ActiveViam delivers a precision analytics platform that improves decision making for complex, real-time, high volume business and regulatory challenges. Some of the world’s largest financial institutions use ActiveViam for market, liquidity and collateral risk, FRTB, xVA, and other mission critical use cases. By harnessing your existing and new data sources to our high-performance, in memory aggregation engine, the ActiveViam platform enables train-of-thought analysis which empowers users to delve deeper into the questions requiring immediate and incisive answers.
Our platform continuously evaluates performance goals, instantly detects and analyzes deviations, simulates the impact of scenarios and takes relevant action – all in real time. Some of the key features are:
• In-memory aggregation that delivers fast responses on complex, large data queries in real-time.
• Mixed workload DBMS supports transactional and analytical queries within the same environment.
• Real-time alerts enable the detection of outliers and exploration of their cause at any point in the past.
• Multi-dimensional queries that provide the flexibility to explore data across as many dimensions as needed.
ActiveViam operates from offices in New York, Paris, London, and Singapore.

Apttus


At Apttus, we help companies modernize their revenue and legal operations for the digital economy. We created, continue to move, and lead a space called the Middle Office, which houses the most important processes for any enterprise organization – revenue generation and management of commercial relationships.

Avantage Reply


Avantage Reply delivers management consulting services to financial services clients focused on 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 regulatory, 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

MAT- Mirai ALM Tool


MAT is a new generation ALM tool that leans on state-of-the-art technologies with the goal of evolving the balance sheet management to a new paradigm. MAT is not just a calculation engine, it engloves the three components of a traditional architecture – Data loading, calculation engine and advanced reporting – allowing the user to devote more time in analyzing the data instead of its generation. MAT is not just a management tool, it has been developed in order to cover both the management and regulatory requirements for interest rate risk and liquidity risk.
Because of the technologies involved, MAT is able to load and compute the data at the contract level. It incorporates an advanced set of dynamic reports ready for use as Repricing Gap, Sensitivity Analysis for NII and MVE, Survival Horizon and Liquidity Gap, LCR, NSFR among others but also to create as many reports as the user wants
through a powerful web reporting design.
MAT is a tool that offers some innovative functionalities such as: ALCO simulations, self-calibrated new business, manual entries module, MAT is available on mobile devices, cloud solution, data analytics module, etc.

MAT, rethinking the ALM.

RSU


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.
Sponsorship

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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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How can your organisation benefit from a CeFPro partnership?

MEDIA PARTNER

ORX


ORX is the largest operational risk association in the financial sector and for nearly two decades has been an ever-expanding global community that brings together thousands of operational risk professionals to share knowledge, expertise and experience.

ORX’s services include a range of solutions focused on effective management and measurement of operational and non-financial risk. As well as enabling the secure and anonymous exchange of loss data between financial organisations, their services also include ORX News, a platform that collates publicly-reported loss events from around the globe, an extensive research programme, and many global networking events.

ORX not only supports individual organisations to assess their vulnerability to losses, but also to shape industry-wide development of best practice. ORX is owned and managed by over 100 financial firms from all over the world. As a not-for-profit organisation, ORX invests all income back into providing high-quality benefits for operational and non-financial risk professionals. This ultimately helps develop the discipline.

Venue & accommodation

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

the tower hotel
CPD
CPD Certified

We are pleased to announce that our courses have been independently evaluated for Continuing Professional Development purposes by The CPD Certification Service. This means our courses comply with universally accepted principles of Continual Professional Development (CPD) and have been structured to meet the criteria of personal development plans.

FAQs
Can I present at Risk EMEA?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at Risk EMEA 2020. For further information on this please contact alice.kelly@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 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?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Risk EMEA 2020 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?

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 james@cefpro.com or call +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

Registration Rates
Representing a financial institution or government body – (E.g. Bank, Insurance company, Asset Manager, Regulator)

IBOR EUROPE FORUM ONLY
14 OCTOBER

LAUNCH RATE SPECIAL

£499

Registrations By 14 August
(SAVE £300)

EARLY BIRD

£599

Registrations By 25 September
(SAVE £200)

STANDARD RATE

£799

Registrations After 25 September

MAIN EVENT ONLY
15-16 OCTOBER

LAUNCH RATE SPECIAL

£799

Registrations By 3 July
(SAVE £600)

SUPER EARLY BIRD

£899

Registrations By 14 August
(SAVE £500)

EARLY BIRD

£999

Registrations By 25 September
(SAVE £400)

STANDARD RATE

£1,399

Registrations After 25 September

MAIN EVENT AND IBOR EUROPE FORUM
14-16 OCTOBER

LAUNCH RATE SPECIAL

£1,298

Registrations By 3 July
(SAVE £900)

SUPER EARLY BIRD

£1,398

Registrations By 14 August
(SAVE £800)

EARLY BIRD

£1,598

Registrations By 25 September
(SAVE £600)

STANDARD RATE

£2,198

Registrations After 25 September

Register here

*All rates subject to CeFPro’s terms and conditions and UK VAT, currently at 20 per cent

Representing an Information/Service Provider (Eg: Consultant, Vendor, Executive Search Firm, Law Firm)

IBOR EUROPE FORUM ONLY
14 OCTOBER

LAUNCH RATE SPECIAL

£799

Registrations By 14 August
(SAVE £300)

EARLY BIRD

£899

Registrations By 25 September
(SAVE £200)

STANDARD RATE

£1,099

Registrations After 25 September

MAIN EVENT ONLY
15-16 OCTOBER

LAUNCH RATE SPECIAL

£1,599

Registrations By 14 August
(SAVE £400)

EARLY BIRD

£1,799

Registrations By 25 September
(SAVE £200)

STANDARD RATE

£1,999

Registrations After 25 September

MAIN EVENT AND IBOR EUROPE FORUM
14-16 OCTOBER

LAUNCH RATE SPECIAL

£2,398

Registrations By 3 July
(SAVE £700)

SUPER EARLY BIRD

£2,598

Registrations By 14 August
(SAVE £500)

EARLY BIRD

£2,698

Registrations By 25 September
(SAVE £400)

STANDARD RATE

£3,098

Registrations After 25 September

Register here

*All rates subject to CeFPro’s terms and conditions and UK VAT, currently at 20 per cent

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

2. CONTACT US DIRECTLY

Call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 or +1 888 677 7007

3. DOWNLOAD PDF REGISTRATION FORM

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ActiveViam
Apttus
Avantage Reply
MAT
RSU

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