Technology and Innovation Risk 2018

Tech & innovation risk

Technology & Innovation Risk 2018 

Two day conference addressing emerging advances in technology and innovation and leveraging across financial services
Key topics to be addressed on day one | 25 September

ECB ADDRESS – DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Review and analysis of building a digital infrastructure

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Francis Gross
Directorate General Statistics, Senior Advisor
European Central Bank

BUILDING A BANK
A case study on how starling was created & the next steps

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Julian Sawyer
Chief Operating Officer
Starling Bank

NEW TECHNOLOGY
New opportunities and making strategic business decisions to leverage technology

Richard Crook

Richard Crook
Head of Emerging Technology
RBS

Plus, hear the latest on:

Customer Authentication | Big Data | Cyber Security | Regulation | and more…


Day two features a keynote panel discussion on the impact of Brexit and a session from Barclays covering crypto currency before breaking into two individual work streams…

STREAM ONE:
TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION
STREAM TWO:
REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS

DISTRIBUTED LEDGER

Opportunities and uses, and its impact on the financial industry

FINTECH

Reviewing partnerships with FinTechs and the opportunities to increase innovation

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

AI: Improving practice and efficiency across the industry

PSD2/OPEN BANKING

Review of fully implementing an open banking system

REGTECH

Exploring how RegTech can help banks comply with regulatory programmes

COMPLIANCE

Analysing approach to balance innovation and compliance

Hear from more than 20 innovation, strategy and fintech professionals including-
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Mark Bird
Global Head of Data, Global Regulatory Compliance
HSBC

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Peter Smith
Global Head of Industry Policy Liaison
TISA

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

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William Piquard
Managing Director Europe
Gatecoin

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Becky Clements
Head of Industry Engagement and Payment Change
Metro Bank

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Matt Glover
Head of Transformation
Unity Trust Bank plc

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Lillian Grosman
Head of Payments, Personal Banking, Business Development
Danske Bank

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Tatjana Christians
Head of Brexit Execution, Legal Strategy and Bank Structure
Barclays

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David Lian
Head of Group Capital Regulatory Reporting
Standard Chartered Bank

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Anastasia Dokuchaeva
Head of Partnership
ClauseMatch

Register to attend

Year on year we are seeing technology improve, and many forms of innovation aim to revolutionise the way many firms operate. The next 12 months are set to be especially important as blockchain, AI, payments, machine learning and crypto currencies are set to be key talking points within the industry. Don’t miss out on attending to hear the latest developments and regulatory requirements within technology and innovation from a variety of small and large FIs.

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Technology & Innovation Risk | Agenda

Day One | 25 September 2018 | London

08:10 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

NEW TECHNOLOGY
9:00 Filtering new technology: Navigating the waters of new opportunities and making strategic business decisions to leverage technology

  • Application in practice to leverage opportunity
  • Filtering technologies and knowing where to apply them
  • Defining tangible business cases and technology choices as a result
  • Turning into a practical, realisable opportunity for banks
  • Maturity of different technologies and organisations
  • Dimensions to assess decision making
  • Investment decisions for large institutions used to multiyear enterprise wide investments
    • Governance and assessment criteria going against corporate structures

Richard Crook, Head of Emerging Technology, RBS

PANEL DISCUSSION – BIG DATA
09:50 Advancing strategic thinking and integrating data sets to enhance decision making and KYC

  • Integrating data sets at banks vs. FinTechs
  • Changing strategic thinking and the way banks do business
  • Collaboration with FinTechs
  • Making better decisions with what is learnt about customers
  • Aggregation of accounts and analyse spending
  • Using data as a predictor of credit rating

Mark Bird, Global Head of Data, Global Regulatory Compliance, HSBC
Alexander Knothe, Director, European Head Non-bank FI/Fintech, Deutsche Bank

10:40 Morning refreshment break and networking

CYBER SECURITY
11:10 Reviewing the increasing cyber risk amongst digital and technological advances to protect the organisation and customers

  • Potential to knock out whole infrastructure
  • Risks when moving to the cloud
  • Digital solutions
  • Increased risk with PSD2 and open-banking
  • Tackling the security aspect of putting private customer data in a cloud environment?
  • Data weaknesses and protection
  • Increased risk of online attacks and fraud events

DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
11:50 Review and analysis of building a digital infrastructure

Francis Gross, Directorate General Statistics, Senior Advisor, European Central Bank

12:30 Lunch break and networking

PANEL DISCUSSION – INFRASTRUCTURE
13:30 Developing infrastructure, technology, process and people to enhance innovation and ensure adaptability

  • Patchwork of various acquisitions and add-ons
  • Difficulty extracting data and implementing new products
  • Developing IT infrastructure
    • Current infrastructure patchwork of acquisitions
  • Cost implications to upgrade systems and risk considerations
  • Moving from legacy systems and hardware into cloud environments
    • Unlocking value and using in financial institutions
  • Getting value out of new and emerging technology
  • How will the new payments architecture influence the way we innovate

Craig Ramsay, Global Head of Innovation, GLCM, HSBC
Becky Clements, Head of Industry Engagement and Payment Change, Metro Bank
Matt Glover, Head of Transformation, Unity Trust Bank plc
Alexander Knothe, Director, European Head Non-bank FI/Fintech, Deutsche Bank

REGULATION
14:20 The fourth industrial revolution and what it might mean for the regulatory environment in the financial services space

  • Latest regulatory updates/trends
  • A strategic approach to regulatory compliance
  • RegTech  & FinTech
  • Complying to multiple rules and regimes
    • Working across multiple jurisdictions
    • Leveraging resources from other areas
  • Keeping ahead of the curve whilst meeting regulatory demand
  • Future outcomes and predications

Beate Born, ED, Global MIDIFID II Project Lead, UBS

15:00 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

BUILDING A BANK
15:30 Building a bank and driving innovation: Case study on how starling was created & the next steps

  • Building a Bank from scratch
  • Creating an innovation agenda & maintaining that culture while growing
  • What next

Julian Sawyer, Chief Operating Officer, Starling Bank

CUSTOMER AUTHENTICATION
16:10 New techniques to increase customer identification and authentication to increase security and protect sensitive data

  • Fraud perspective – use identity to open online-banking
  • Accuracy of devices and user experience
  • Machine vs. human
  • Cloud vs. on-brand data centre
  • What are of authenticators and images:
    • Biometrics, card and readers, voice biometrics etc.

Robert Woods, Strategic Fraud Prevention Initiatives, Lloyds Banking Group

16:50 Chair’s closing remarks

17:00 End of day one and networking drinks reception

Day Two | 26 September 2018 | London

08:15 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

PANEL DISCUSSION – BREXIT
09:00 Assessing the impact of Brexit on the industry and regulatory requirements post Brexit

What happens to these post Brexit; GDPR & PSD2?
What a hard Brexit could mean for the industry
Impacts on technology and innovation
Product availability across Europe

Tatjana Christians, Head of Brexit Execution, Legal Strategy and Bank Structure, Barclays
Antony Higginbotham, Corporate Governance and Regulatory Affairs, RBS

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
09:50 FCA Review into the latest trends and developments within technology and innovation
Work with the Global Sandbox
Artificial intelligence
Machine learning
How the FCA encourages innovation

Bob Ferguson, Head of Department, Strategy & Competition Division, FCA

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

Stream one: Technology & Innovation

DISTRIBUTED LEDGER
11:00 Reviewing the opportunities and potential use cases of distributed ledger technology and its impact on the banking industry

  • Opportunities available with emerging technology
  • Heightened risk
  • Getting value out of AI through DL
  • Trust of banks is replaced by new technology providers
  • Potential, practical and further use opportunities
  • Encounters to date and foresight on the horizon
  • Brand replicated through technology rather than legacy
  • Opportunities created by FinTechs
    • Integrating capabilities into bigger organisations

William Piquard, Managing Director Europe, Gatecoin

Stream two: Regulatory developments

PSD2/OPEN BANKING
11:00 PSD2: what does it mean to fully implement an open banking system?

  • Impact of Brexit – what next for PSD2 & allied regulation. Whats on the horizon for payments?
  • Development of APIs
  • API – opportunity to increase customer experience can financial advisers get in on the act?
  • What kind of features do APIs need to have to meet needs?
  • Structuring preparation for innovation

Peter Smith, Global Head of Industry Policy Liaison, TISA

PANEL DISCUSSION – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
11:40 Assessing the use of artificial intelligence across the industry to enhance banking practices and efficiency

  • Impact on real economy and market developments
  • Balancing efficiency of processes and costs
  • Using AI to personalise the service offered to customers effectively
  • Self-learning algorithms
    • Limiting learning: structuring to learn only wanted areas and limiting side effects
  • Oversight and supervision
  • When can AI replace human logic and interaction
  • Potential uses for initial customer contact
  • How will AI, Machine learning & robotics be regulated pre & post brexit?
  • What impacts to robotics & AI profiling will GDPR have?

Peter Smith, Global Head of Industry Policy Liaison, TISA
Antony Higginbotham, Corporate Governance and Regulatory Affairs, RBS

PANEL DISCUSSION – PSD2
11:40 Analysing the post implementation impacts of PSD2 and open banking, and lessons learnt

  • Developments and impact on business models and industry
  • Banks and tech providers getting the most out of new environment
  • Do customers understand the ramifications of PSD2 and screen-scraping
  • Impact on range of business models across new and older banks
  • Challenging and changing banks and FinTech models

Matt Glover, Head of Transformation, Unity Trust Bank
Caitriona Whelan, Head of Compliance and Controls, NatWest
Heike Winter, Director, Retail Payments Policy, Bundesbank

12:30 Lunch break and networking

FINTECH
13:30 FinTech competition: The potential disruption to the industry with FinTechs challenging traditional models

  • Are FinTech models economically viable?
  • Moving as fast as challenger FinTechs
    • Smaller, agile businesses
  • New levels of competition
  • Ability of smaller start-ups to create scale

Nicole Sandler, Lead Council Innovation, Barclays

REGULATION
13:30 Assessing the changing regulatory landscape and the impact of global and jurisdictional variations

  • Jurisdictional deviation
  • Increasing global harmonisation
  • Changes across borders regarding to global payments
  • Landmark approach cross country and jurisdiction
  • Security financial transaction regulation, simple transparent securitisation, EMEA refit and fitness checks
  • Further implementation of the G20 Pittsburgh Directive: Transparency and risk litigation

Dawd Haque, Market Initiatives, Regulatory Transformation & Strategy, Deutsche Bank

14:10 Monetising on collaborative partnerships with FinTechs and utilising opportunities to develop innovation

  • Innovation perspective
  • Partner with FinTechs based on specific customer need
  • Can opportunities with FinTechs be monetised?
  • Working with FinTech start-ups and new technologies
    • Practicalities and implementation
  • Moving into markets from an innovation perspective
  • Mobilising organisations to be more nimble

Craig Ramsay, Global Head of Innovation, GLCM, HSBC

COMPLIANCE
14:10 Reviewing the ability to navigate and prosper through regulatory change and balancing innovation with compliance

  • What does it mean to run an effective organisation with all regulatory changes
  • Updating regulation alongside new emerging technology
  • Machine-learning and self-learning algorithm – is it always in line with regulation? Does it need reviewing constantly?
  • Adapting to the new environment with FinTechs and banks
  • Regulating FinTechs
  • Prioritising and planning with influx of enforced regulatory changes coming through

Anastasia Dokuchaeva, Head of Partnerships, ClauseMatch

14:50 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

CHALLENGER BANKS
15:20 Looking at challengers banks and the potential disruption to traditional banking models

  • New value propositions and business models
  • Changes to banking practices and products
    • creating innovative partnerships
  • Open banking/PSD2
  • Creating new ecosystems and interfaces

Lillian Grosman, Head of Payments, Personal Banking, Business Development, Danske Bank

REGTECH
15:20 Discussing how emerging RegTech can help banks comply with their regulatory programmes

  • Task of discovering the practical, realisable opportunities
  • Process automation and repetitive activity from meeting regulatory requirements
  • How to revolutionise the obligatory reporting for the central banks
  • Solutions needed
  • Due diligence on solution offerings

MACHINE LEARNING
16:00 Leveraging machine learning technology to advance data analytics and customer interaction

  • Data analytics – augmenting with humans
    • Improving human interaction rather than replacing
  • Data and analytics for machine learning
  • Making humans better rather than replacing them

16:00 What does it mean to run an effective financial institution? Balancing business and regulation

  • Following regulation and preparing for future changes
  • Principles to prepare themselves
  • Managing in institutions with legacy systems

David Lian, Head of Group Capital Regulatory Reporting, Standard Chartered Bank

16:40 Chair’s closing remarks

16:50 End of Summit

Technology & Innovation Risk | Speakers

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

Mark Bird will be presenting at Technology and Innovation Risk 2018

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Beate Born, ED, Global MIDIFID II Project Lead, UBS

Beate Born will be presenting at Technology and Innovation Risk 2018

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Tatjana Christians, Head of Brexit Execution, Legal Strategy and Bank Structure, Barclays

Tatjana Christians will be presenting at Technology and Innovation Risk 2018

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Becky Clements, Head of Industry Engagement and Payment Change, Metro Bank

As Head of Industry Engagement, Becky Clements is responsible for Metro Bank’s payment and card change activity, as well as leading industry and third party engagement. Becky has extensive experience of working with the payments industry and delivering long-term, sustainable value to both customers and business.
Becky has close involvement with the Payment System Regulator and sat on the Advisory Panel and the Payment Strategy Forum and chaired the Advisory Group for Implementation Planning for the New Payment Architecture which is part of the PSF consultation paper issued in July 2017. She was also part of the delivery group for the consolidation of the three Retail Payment schemes representing small and middle sized financial organisations. Becky is a member of the BoE Advisory Board for the replacement of RTGS. This close involvement with Industry change gives her a unique perspective on the progress and work being taken to improve customers’ payment experience.
Becky is currently a director of Payments UK and New Payment System Operator where she is leading participant engagement. She has also held Directorship for the Faster Payment Scheme and the Interim Trade Association.

Richard Crook
Richard Crook, Head of Emerging Technology, RBS

Richard leads a team of engineers and innovators looking at emerging technologies, such as distributed ledger technology, quantum computing, AI, AR/VR & Machine Learning, and how their application across RBS can reduce costs, gain efficiency and better customer experiences. Richard has a 20-year career in investment banking technology, specializing in the building of financial ledgers and regulatory reporting for the largest financial service institutions.

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Anastasia Dokuchaeva , Head of Partnerships, ClauseMatch

Anastasia Dokuchaeva is a seasoned professional with expertise and proven track record delivering regulatory technology solutions to the financial services industry.  In her role as Head of Partnerships at ClauseMatch, Anastasialooks after strategic partnerships and projects around recent and upcoming regulations (e.g., 4MLD, MiFID II, and GDPR), and broader compliance topics such as regulatory change management and repapering.  Prior to this, Anastasia was Director of Global Regulatory Solutions at FactSet, where under her leadership the company released a number of successful solutions for Solvency II, BCBS 239, and KYC/AML.   Anastasia is a frequent speaker at industry events with the focus on challenges around data management and standards.

Bob Ferguson
Bob Ferguson, Head of Department, Strategy & Competition Division, FCA

Bob Ferguson is a Head of Department in the Strategy and Competition Division of the Financial Conduct Authority, working on the FCA’s Regulatory Handbook of rules and guidance in relation to Brexit, having previously guided the formation and operationalisation of FCA’s Innovate project. Innovate encapsulates the FCA’s active engagement with the innovation community and with Fintech in particular, and aims to make the regulatory system more innovation-friendly. Previously, Bob was also responsible for supervision of wealth managers and private banks, and before that, Head of Financial Crime & Intelligence.

Bob graduated in law at Edinburgh University, and taught law in Cardiff and Dundee. He is also a visiting professor of law at Queen Mary, London.

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Matt Glover, Head of Transformation, Unity Trust Bank

Matt Glover is the Head of Transformation at Unity Trust Bank. He is responsible for the Bank’s change agenda and is responsible for developing a scalable operating model across the business. Matt has over 15 years of experience within banking including Islamic banking and the use of cloud technologies.

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Lillian Grosman, Head of Payments, Personal Banking, Business Development, Danske Bank

Lillian joined the Payments Area in Danke Bank in June 2017 as Head of Payments for Personal Banking, covering both Cards and Payments products and enablers for the Nordics. Prior to joining Danske Bank, Lillian has +15 years of international experience in the telco industry, primarily within business development of International Roaming of the Orange Group (10 years) in Denmark, Switzerland and Corporate in Brussels, London, and Paris.  After leaving the telco industry, Lillian worked with white label OTT, developing a remittance concept in messaging, before moving into a FinTech digital wallet solution, introducing her to the wonders of Payments – cards and accounts. In 2016, Lillian joined Cryptomathic, who specialises mainly in Qualified Electronic Signatures, Crypto Key Management, Authentication and EMV data preparation as Director of Business Development, before being approached by the Bank

Lillian holds an M.Sc. in Mathematics and Economics from Copenhagen University.

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Francis Gross, Directorate General Statistics, Senior Advisor, Europen Central Bank

Francis Gross will be presenting at Technology and Innovation Risk 2018

Dawd Haque
Dawd Haque, Market Initiatives, Regulatory Transformation & Strategy, Deutsche Bank

I am the primary represent for Deutsche Bank on Trade Association Committees and Working Groups as well as Infrastructure and service provider committees.

I work with Market participants to identify upcoming Regulatory obligations and changes to existing obligations. Where appropriate I collaborate with these groups to quantify the impact, bring clarity and build Market wide solutions such as Best Practices and formation of Utilities.

Prior to Deutsche Bank, I have worked in most of the tier one-investment banks in both the business and implementing regulatory change.

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Antony Higginbotham, Corporate Governance and Regulatory Affairs, RBS

Antony Higginbotham will be presenting at Technology and Innovation Risk 2018

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

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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David Lian, Head of Group Capital Regualtory Reporting, Standard Chartered Bank

David Lian will be presenting at Technology and Innovation Risk 2018

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William Piquard, Managing Director Europe, Gatecoin Limited

William Piquard: ex-COO and new Europe Managing Director of Gatecoin, a cryptocurrency and blockchain token exchange headquartered in Hong Kong. As Gatecoin was the first exchange to list ether in 2015 and underwrite ICOs, William gives regular talks about his experience and observations of the dapp and token space, the regulatory developments and what he sees as the major trends driving crypto-token markets in the future. He has already participated in a wide variety of industry events including Inside Bitcoins (Seoul), Fund Forum Asia (Hong Kong) and the Nikkei Fintech Summit (Tokyo). Originally from Paris, William graduated from HEC Paris and also holds a CEMS Master degree in International Business

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Craig Ramsay, Global Head of Innovation, GLCM, HSBC

Craig joined HSBC in 2014 and is Global Innovation Lead for Global Liquidity and Cash Management. In this capacity, his role is focused on identifying new opportunities for HSBC to leverage technology from the Fintech community and deliver value to HSBC’s corporate clients. His past experience of delivering innovation within Financial Services gives him a great perspective on the challenges that Fintechs face in working with global international banks.

Craig has over 12 years of experience of leading innovation and change within financial services. Prior to joining HSBC Craig was responsible for technology delivery at Citi. Prior to Citi, Craig was part of the Innovation team at Barclay’s where he launched the first integrated contactless credit numerous first-to-market innovations in consumer and merchant payments.

Craig attended the University of Hertfordshire where he obtained a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is a regular guest lecturer on the topic of Innovation and Change at the London Business School.

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Nicole Sandler, Lead Council Innovation, Barclays

Nicole Sandler is a lawyer in SSCOO Legal at barclays. She focuses on the impact of Fintech related regulation and initiatives including cryptocurrencies on Barclays in the UK and globally, such as advising on various sandbox and regulatory initiatives proposed by regulators and policymakers including the FCA, MAS, CFTC, Fed, EC and Japanese FSA.  Nicole engages with regulators and policymakers globally for Barclays including chairing a meeting with the Fed and sitting on panels with the FCA.  Further she represents Barclays in various regulatory and policy forums and industry groups. For example, Nicole is a member of the FMLC Technology Scoping Group at the BoE, the JWG RegTech Council, the UK Finance Digital Strategy Finance Group and also represented Barclays at the EDCAB virtual currency and blockchain roundtables at the European Parliament.   Nicole regularly speaks on panels and presents at conferences and was recently shortlisted as a finalist for a WeAreTheCity Rising Star Award in Fintech and is on the Innovate Finance Women in Fintech Powerlist 2017.

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Julian Sawyer, Chief Operating Officer, Starling Bank

As Chief Operating Officer, Julian oversees business operations, including payment systems, card operations, customer contact, human resources and supplier relationships.  He also leads Starling Payment Services division providing real-time sponsorship to Faster Payments, BACS and SEPA.
Julian worked as a management consultant at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) and EY, specialising in large transformation change in the cards and payments industry. He set up his own financial services consultancy, Bluerock, which he ran for thirteen years before selling it in 2012.

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Peter Smith, Global Head of Industry Policy Liaison, TISA

Peter is currently Global Head of Industry Policy Liaison at TISA, the premier industry funded body working with the financial services industry, UK political parties, European Parliament, Treasury, HMRC, DWP, TPR, and the FCA, to enhance & improve the range, features, benefits, promotion and quality of savings & investment schemes to all UK citizens. TISA’s scope and approach to policy development has changed over recent years. This change has seen TISA moving from a reactive policy organisation to an organisation that takes a proactive stance to policy development through the development of fact based, policy thought leadership. TISA is also increasingly the instigator or developer of new industry services.
TISA remains independent and develops neutral views and opinions. This impartiality is reflected in the ability to drive development projects & policy which improves industry performance and standards and puts TISA in the unique position of being able to constantly challenge the status quo to bring about material improvement for industry and consumer outcomes.
Peter’s role at TISA covers the entire financial services industry, incorporating cross sector policy work with both ministers & regulators within the UK and EU, and cross industry. He has technical expertise across a range of financial services subjects, whilst maintaining a solid dialogue with government, the regulators and wider industry.

Peter is a member of the TISA Executive Team and leads on Financial Services Industry Liaison. His work covers policy matters across financial services distribution, platforms, technology innovation, and retirement as well as a number of project groups including Digital Identity, New Technology Innovation (FinTech, Reg Tech, Insur Tech & Pens Tech), FAMR, MiFID, PRiiPs, PSD2, GDPR, Brexit and other working groups. He has a strong presence in public affairs and public policy work. He is a regular contributor to industry publications and provides commentary on various industry issues.
Prior to TISA, Peter was UK Strategy Director for Legal & General Group. His work included strategic planning on market developments both legislative and tactical & key strategic relationships within the UK intermediary market. He has over 40 years experience in the UK Financial Services & Intermediary markets and a wide knowledge of key strategic industry issues.

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Caitriona Whelan, Head of Compliance and Controls, Natwest

Caitriona Whelan is Head of Compliance and Controls for NatWest Payments. Caitriona is a lawyer, and has advised Financial Services and Technology companies for over 20 years. She started her career at Salomon Brothers and thereafter had roles at Credit Suisse, Bank of Ireland, Monex and MasterCard. In addition to working inhouse she established a unit in a law firm advising all players in the payments ecosystem. She is currently NED for Payments Administration UK.

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Heike Winter, Director, Retail Payments Policy, Bundesbank

Heike will be presenting at the Technology and Innovation Risk Summit

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Robert Woods, Strategic Fraud Prevention Initiatives, Lloyds Banking Group

Rob Woods is the Senior Manager for Fraud & Authentication Strategic Initiatives at Lloyds Banking Group, with responsibility for shaping future authentication and identity strategy to optimize customer experience against a changing regulatory landscape. In this role, Rob is focused on the roadmap and delivery pipeline of the Fraud Prevention Transformation Projects whilst ensuring innovation is deployed to improve the customer journey, while keeping consumers safe and secure online. He has spent seven years at Lloyds and previously held roles in the Retail and BPO sectors.

Technology & Innovation Risk | Insights

24th May 2018

Developing infrastructure, technology, processes and people

By Becky Clements, Head of Industry Engagement and Payment Change, Metro Bank.
22nd May 2018

Opportunities and potential use cases of distributed ledger technology

By William Piquard, Managing Director Europe, Gatecoin.
18th May 2018

Post implementation impacts of PSD2 and open banking

By Matt Glover, Head of Transformation, Unity Trust Bank.
1st May 2018

Emerging advances in technology and innovation and leveraging across financial services

By Shannon Harris, Senior Research Executive, CeFPro.
1st May 2018

Panel discussion: Artificial Intelligence and its transformational opportunities across business

30th April 2018

Payments industry – Key challenges

30th April 2018

What does the future hold for the Payments industry?

6th March 2018

The rapid evolution of the payments landscape

By Thomas Bjornstad, PA Consulting. 
29th January 2018

Reviewing operational requirements for PSD2

By Peter Smith, Global Head of Industry Policy Liaison, TISA.
29th January 2018

One month after PSD2-Day: An update from the EBA

By Dirk Haubrich, Head of Consumer Protection, Financial Innovation and Payments, European Banking Authority.

Technology & Innovation Risk | Sponsorship

Sponsorship

Can your organisation contribute at our Technology & Innovation Risk 2018 Summit? 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.

2018 Media Publications

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

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Technology & Innovation Risk | Venue & FAQs

ETC. Venues
Monument- 8 Eastcheap
London
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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I present at Technology & Innovation Risk?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at Technology & Innovation Risk. 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 the Technology & Innovation Risk?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Technology & Innovation Risk Summit 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 Technology & Innovation Risk Summit?

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

Technology & Innovation Risk | Registration

Event: Launch Special
Register by 8 June
Super Early Bird
Register by 13 July
Summer Special
Register by 24 August
Early Bird
Register by 14 September
Standard Rate
Registrations after 14 September
Technology and Innovation Europe 2018

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(There are a limited number of reduced sale prices for FinTech Start-ups. To see if your organisation qualifies please click here)

Registration includes full access to the two day conference, soft copies of all available presentations, and breakfast, lunch, and afternoon refreshments on both days. Should you have any questions regarding registering, please contact the Center for Financial Professionals, please contact us on +44 (0)20 7164 6582 or +1 888 677 7007 (US), or email info@cefpro.com *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

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Sponsorship

Can your organisation contribute at our Technology & Innovation Risk Summit 2018? 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. Below is an outline of what we can offer, but please contact sales@cfp-events.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.