Vendor & Third Party Risk EMEA

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2nd Annual

Vendor & Third Party Risk EMEA

Reviewing evolving vendor and third party risk processes and best practices for effective management, oversight and compliance

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Key Topics To Be Addressed

Global Regulation
Reviewing global regulatory scrutiny and varying interpretations across jurisdictions

Due Diligence
Best practice for oversight and control of supply chain from pitch to termination

Data Protection
Overview of GDPR regulation and ensuring data security across the supply chain

Cyber Security
The cyber security landscape and how to ensure resilience when overseeing vendor security practices

Risk Assessment
Building out an effective end-to-end risk assessment framework

Third Parties Beyond Vendors
Oversight and control of non-traditional vendors

Modern Slavery Act
First year submissions and ensuring year-on-year compliance

Vendor Assessments
Building out an industry wide utility to increase efficiency

The Future of Outsourcing
Industry progression and impact of technological advances

Hear from more than 20 senior vendor, third party and supplier risk professionals including: 

James Cay

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Global Chief Procurement Officer


BNY Mellon

Yasmin Durrani

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Data Protection Officer


Zurich Insurance plc

Fabio Torrisi

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Global Head of Vendor Management


UBS

Damian Hoskins

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Head of 3rd Party Risk & Records Risk, GBM


HSBC

Julie Hubbard

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Operations Strategic Director


One Savings Bank

Gary Lock

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GT&O Third Party Control Lead – EMEA & LATAM


Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Day One | 6th June | London

08:00 Morning Registration & Coffee

08:50 Chair’s Opening Remarks

PANEL DISCUSSION
09:00 Reviewing the increasing global regulatory scrutiny on third party risk and varying interpretations across jurisdictions

  • What constitutes a third party across jurisdictions
  • Rules from country to country and cost of compliance with each
  • Managing internal and external sourcing
  • Shift to satisfying regulator rather than level of risk
  • Impact of US regulators: Prescriptive definitions
  • Raising the bar across firm or adopting a two tiered method
  • Industry standardisation: Closing the interpretation gap

Victoria Munoz-Titos, EMEA Head of Risk and Control Services, AIG
Tom Garrubba, Senior Director, The Santa Fe Group/Shared Assessments
David Maplesden, Executive Director, Workforce Strategy and Sourcing Framework, UBS

09:50 Maintaining effective oversight and control of the entire supply chain to ensure standards and policies are met

  • Risk exposures to consider: Identifying exposures before they become a real issue
  • Supplier relationship management
  • Oversight and control for large Vs. small suppliers: How far to go
  • Identifying service and risks associated rather than focus on suppliers
  • Material activity outsourcing accountability
    • Transparency of supplier supply chain
  • Governance to ensure in line with regulatory legislative and customer obligations

Julie Hubbard, Director Strategic Operations, One Savings Bank
Nitin Joshi, Senior Manager Quality & Vendor Control, One Savings Bank

10:40 Morning Refreshment Break & Networking

11:10 Developing an effective risk appetite framework for third party risk management to ensure strategic objectives are met

  • How to define risk appetite for third party risk management
  • Bringing all-encompassing statements in
  • Right level of activity and assurance to meet regulatory standards
  • Holistic view to transfer into operational process

Victoria Munoz-Titos, EMEA Head of Risk and Control Services, AIG

11:50 Performing effective due diligence and on-going performance management processes from pitch to termination

  • Aligning SMEs on due diligence approach
  • Level of due diligence for renewals
  • Who owns and mitigates the risk around supplier due diligence
  • Level of due diligence on new Vs. existing vendors
  • Third parties conducting supplier due diligence

Sue Scott-Douglas, Head of Technology Supplier Management, Barclays

12:30 Lunch Break & Networking

13:30 Data protection and security: Ensuring quality, usability and security of data hosted by third parties and internally

  • Brexit impact on EU regulations of data hosting
  • Hosting data across jurisdictions
    • Contractual protections
  • Usability or alternatives to safe harbour
  • Access to premises for onsite checks
  • Providence of data: Guaranteeing quality of third party data
  • BCBS 239
  • Compliance with all regulations

14:10 Preparing for the GDPR and its potential impacts: How the GDPR will work in everyday interactions with suppliers 

  • Handling of personal data by third parties – who is calling the shots?
  • Demonstrating and documenting compliance – what is new under GDPR?
  • Impact on InfoSec practices
  • GDPR impact for financial institutions and third party
  • Building and updating contracts: Inventory of all contracts to include clauses

Yasmin Durrani, Data Protection Officer, Zurich Insurance plc

PANEL DISCUSSION
14:50 Reviewing the cyber security landscape and ensuring resilience by managing and overseeing third party security practices

  • Integration with vendor to protect firewall
  • What the regulators expect
  • Due diligence: Assessing vendors for provisions and continuous reviews
  • Ensuring the right analytics and skills to protect information
  • Ensuring vendors adhere to requirements of a global bank
  • Shared model for vendor testing

Fabio Torrisi, Global Head of Vendor Management, UBS
Tom Garrubba, Senior Director, The Santa Fe Group/Shared Assessments
Gary Lock, GT&O Third Party Control Lead – EMEA & LATAM, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

15:40 Afternoon Refreshment Break & Networking

16:10 The move to cloud: Managing vendors effectively to ensure cloud security and protection of sensitive data

  • Internal control and management of vendors using the cloud
  • Information security on cloud computing services
  • Setting up a global system with country limitations
  • Audit rights
  • IT infrastructure: Moving back to in-house
  • Provision for sensitive data or one model fits all

Dan Chalmers, Head of Technology, Change & 3rd Party Risk, Standard Life

16:50 Building a full end-to-end risk assessment framework from procurement to termination for on-going monitoring

  • Unified assessment for service rather than individual vendors
  • Incorporating risk appetite
  • Level of audit for supply chain
    • Level of assessment
    • Tracking each level employed: Access to data and information
    • Tracking linkage: How far to go
    • End to end management tools in the market

James Cay, Global Chief Procurement officer, BNY Mellon

17:30 Chairs Closing Remarks

17:40 End of Day One & Evening Cocktail Drinks Reception

Day Two | 7th June | London

08:00 Morning Registration & Coffee

08:50 Chair’s Opening Remarks

09:00 Effective internal organisation to ensure local regulatory demands are efficiently incorporated into policy for day to day oversight

  • Operational aspects: Operationalising and integrating other regulatory regimes
  • Managing costs with regulatory pressures
  • Hitting the right due diligence points pre-contract
  • Timing and resource constraints
  • Risk identification and mitigation

Gary Carter, Head of BDC EMEA and Switzerland Planning and Execution, Credit Suisse

09:40 Assessing methods in managing third parties beyond vendors to ensure consistent oversight and controls

  • Broadening the scope: Consultants, donations, sponsorships and clearing houses
  • Risks associated with other types of third parties
  • Differentiating risk type that apply to each type of third party
  • Where non-traditional third party oversight falls in the organisation
    • Ensuring proper risk assessment
  • Potential reputational risks

Damian Hoskins, Head of 3rd Party Risk & Records, GBM, HSBC

10:20 Morning Refreshment Break & Networking

10:50 Case study: To hub or not to hub? 3rd party management tooling considerations

  • Pros and cons of a hub approach
  • What does 3rd party management best in class currently look like
  • What are the key challenges you are likely facing
  • A brief overview of the marketplace
  • Key considerations for tool selection

Amanda Earnshaw, Head of Procurement, Royal Sun Alliance

PANEL DISCUSSION
11:30 Assessing the advantages and disadvantages of building industry wide utilities for a collaborative, cost and time efficient approach

  • Sharing assessments with other financial institutions
  • Asking questions upfront before taking vendors on: Agreeing on questions across banks
  • Levels of testing dependent on classification
  • Oversight of critical vendors and on-site reviews
  • Contract utility for due diligence
  • Cyber information security testing collaboration
  • Data protection barriers

Joe Bakowski, Head of Procurement and Supplier Management, Metro Bank PLC
Gary Lock, GT&O Third Party Control Lead – EMEA & LATAM, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Ann Stokes, Head of Procurement, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
Emma Mansfield, Head of Outsourced Services Assurance, Bank of Ireland

12:20 Lunch Break & Networking 

13:20 Maintaining level of quality and service delivery across the life of contract to ensure maximum cost efficiency and understanding supplier spend

  • Balancing increase in concentration and maintaining quality
  • Maintaining quality throughout contract
  • Keeping responsibility and accountability
  • Governance level needed
  • Understanding spend according to contract
  • Comparing contracts to invoices

Fabio Torrisi, Global Head of Vendor Management, UBS

14:00 Ensuring full handover from procurement teams to understand full contract for on-going management

  • Risk management element
  • Briefing from procurement to business units
  • Understanding nuances of contract
  • Losing value in handover
  • Defining ownership and accountability
  • Where does it sit and what frameworks apply

14:40 Reviewing financial viability and sustainability of vendors and third parties to mitigate the risks of service failure

  • Monitoring financial performance
  • Backup plan for vendor bankruptcy
  • Cost of reviews before signing contract
  • Cost and service limitations
  • Material activity outsourcing
  • Reputational risk of customer facing service failure

Margaret Gibson, Head of Procurement and Supply Chain Management, CYBG

15:20 Afternoon Refreshment Break & Networking

15:50 Lessons learnt from first Modern Slavery Act submission of intent and ensuring year-on-year compliance

  • Ensuring supply chains are in check with modern slavery act
  • Robust due diligence with supporting material and training
  • Mitigating the risk of exposure
  • Statement of intent and demonstrating year on year

CLOSING PANEL DISCUSSION
16:30 The future of outsourcing: Reviewing industry progression and the impact of technological advances and macroeconomic trends on future practices

  • Location strategy and transitions
  • Trump outsourcing tax and impact of Brexit
  • Trigger points and operating models
  • Digital agility: E-tools available
  • Expediting human manual work
  • Electronic and automated templates
  • Driving data out of templates
  • Moving towards automation

Cara Murphy, Head of Supplier Relationship Management, AIB
David Maplesden, Executive Director, Workforce Strategy and Sourcing Framework, UBS
Kurt Neilson, Head of Supplier Management, Aegon

17:20 Chair’s Closing Remarks & End of Summit

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Joe Bąkowski, Head of Procurement and Supplier Management, Metro Bank PLC

Joe set up Metro Bank’s Procurement & Supplier Management function in 2014, following a spell running Banking Operations. He is currently leading a major change initiative to revolutionise Metro Bank’s supplier assurance capability.

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Gary Carter, Head of BDC EMEA and Switzerland Planning & Execution, Credit Suisse

Gary will be presenting at the 2nd Annual Vendor and Third Party Risk EMEA Summit.

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James Cay, Global Chief Procurement Officer, BNY Mellon

James joined the London office of BNY Mellon in February 2013 with Global responsibility for vendor management. In 2016, James was promoted to the position of Chief Procurement Officer with responsibility for Strategic Sourcing, Accounts Payable, Procurement Technology and Operations, and Third Party Governance (which is a program designed to meet regulatory requirements for management of outsourcing

Prior to joining BNY Mellon, James spent seven years at Barclays Capital where he worked in a number of senior procurement roles including running Technology Sourcing group-wide, all procurement for the Investment Bank. In his earlier career, James was a British Army officer and has experience of management consulting and retail banking.

James has a BA (Hons) in English and American Literature from Warwick University and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Warwick Business School.

In addition, since January 2015, James has been an active member of BNY Mellon’s Veterans Network (VetNet) management committee and also the Chairman of the London Employee Engagement Committee.

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Dan Chalmers, Head of Technology, Change & 3rd Party Risk, Standard Life

Dan has over 15 years’ experience, predominantly focussed in technology audit across Financial Services, including senior roles at EY, Lloyds Banking Group and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Dan’s current role is leading the Technology, Change and 3rd Party risk team within Operational Risk in Standard Life. These roles have led to hands on experience of on site 3rd party reviews through to developing oversight frameworks and understanding the risk profile associated with the emergence of new technologies and regulations in areas such as cloud technologies and data privacy regulation.

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Yasmin Durrani, Data Protection Officer , Zurich Insurance plc

At present Data Protection Officer for Zurich Insurance plc. A member of the Data Protection Forum, IAPP, Data Protection and Finance Group, Member Data Protection Working Party Association of British Insurers and Data Protection Committee Member of British Standards Institute.

Other expertise includes Financial Crime, Cross Border business and responding to Regulator consultation papers.

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Amanda Earnshaw, Head of Procurement, Royal Sun Alliance

Amanda Earnshaw’s career as a Procurement leader spans over 10 years in Financial Services across RSA, RBS and JPMorgan. A keen advocate of Procurement, Amanda was a founding member of the CIPS Fellowship network and has more recently instigated Fellows of the Future, which looks to champion rising stars within the profession.
As Head of Procurement at RSA UK & International, Amanda has oversight for £300m of 3rd party operational expenses for household, pet and motor insurance. Her current challenge is to make the procurement of indirect goods and services there best in class.
Over the years, there has been a shift from Contract Management to holistic 3rd Party Management, as it encompasses an ever wider range of risks, data and 3rd parties. With the potential fines that non-compliance to GDPR will bring, Procurement have a considerable challenge ahead to bring 3rd party oversight in line. However, whilst this bears heavily on us, it takes even more of a toll on our FS supply base, especially as so many of our suppliers overlap. A hub approach could avoid duplication and increasing costs but is the industry ready for that?

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Tom Garrubba, Senior Director, The Santa Fe Group/Shared Assessments

Tom Garrubba, Senior Director at Shared Assessments, is an internationally recognized subject matter expert, lecturer, author, and blogger on third party risk, and head instructor for their Certified Third Party Risk Professional (CTPRP) program. An active blogger for the Huffington Post on business risk, he has blogged on various industry websites including Government Health IT and ISACA. Previously, Tom was Senior Privacy Manager at CVS Health where he instituted and managed their third party assessments program for all proprietary data. He has over 15 years of experience in IT security, privacy, audit, and compliance in both industry and public consulting.

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Margaret Gibson, Head of Procurement and Supply Chain Management, CYBG

Margaret will be presenting at the 2nd Annual Vendor and Third Party Risk EMEA Summit.

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Damian Hoskins, Head of 3rd Party Risk & Records Risk, GBM, HSBC

Damian Hoskins started his working life as a soldier, serving as a tank commander in the 1991 and 2003 Gulf Wars, also serving in various other command and staff roles in Sarajevo, Kosovo, central Bosnia, Northern Ireland, Germany, Canada, Cyprus etc.  After 19 years, he decided to pursue a career in financial services: first at Lehman Brothers (2007-08), then RBS (2009-11) and on to Global Banking & Markets in HSBC, based in Canary Wharf, in the Chief Control Office.  He is responsible for GBM records risk as well as 3rd party risk.

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Julie Hubbard, Director Strategic Operations, One Savings Bank

Julie Hubbard Operations Strategic Director for One Savings Bank responsible for core functions across Operations including the Vendor Management function within the organisation. Julie has worked within the Financial Services sector for over 25 years with involvement with Vendor Management for over 19 years in various positions such as a Relationship Manager (Global and Local) for various material outsourced service providers, Vendor Compliance and overall responsibility to develop and ensure compliance across all functions within an organisation ensuring robust policies are in place and being followed to comply to key Vendor Management requirements and regulations.

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Nitin Joshi, Senior Manager Quality & Vendor Control, One Savings Bank

Nitin Joshi, Senior Manager Quality & Vendor Control for OSBIndia Private Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of OneSavings Bank Plc) is responsible for transactional Quality across the Bank and is also responsible for the Vendor Management & Control function. Nitin has been associated with the Customer and Financial Services for the last 15 years in different capacities across core operations, quality & audit functions to help enable robust processes to ensure adherence to policies and procedures. For almost 7 years he had been representing an offshore material service provider in execution of the vendor management program of a UK based financial organisation.

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Gary Lock, GT&O Third Party Control Lead – EMEA & LATAM, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Gary has 19 years of Vendor Management experience in the Financial Services industry ranging from managing Card and Statement fulfilment for Diners Club International, designing and implementing up a brand new Vendor Management function for the newly formed on-line bank ING Direct in 2007, and now overseeing Third Party Risk & Control Oversight for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Global Technology and Operations EMEA & LATAM. In his spare time, Gary loves spending time with his family and watching live football.

Emma Mansfield

Emma Mansfield, Head of Outsourced Services Assurance, Bank of Ireland

I have nineteen years’ experience in the Financial Services industry, working on both sides of the sourcing partnership.  I have demonstrable experience across the three lines of defence, from sales to oversight, strategy to change, for both direct and indirect outsourced arrangements.  I am customer centric in my approach, but remain focused on the needs of the business, demands of the regulators and desires of the individuals.

In my current role as Head of Outsourced Services Assurance, I am accountable for the development of Outsourced Risk Management Strategies, Policies & Frameworks.  I am also responsible for providing support, and guidance, on all aspects of operational risk management for outsourced services, including promoting and developing a strong risk management culture across the end to end value chain.

I am passionate about identifying and harnessing talent and act as a mentor, both internally and externally. Additionally, I believe good corporate citizenship is the responsibility of all and as such, I am heavily engaged in the Banks Responsible Business programme.

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David Maplesden, Executive Director, Workforce Strategy and Sorucing Framework , UBS

David will be presenting at the 2nd Annual Vendor and Third Party Risk EMEA Summit.

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Victoria Munoz-Titos, EMEA Head of Risk and Control Services, AIG

Victoria Muñoz-Titos is the EMEA Head of Risk and Control Services at AIG Limited. She has more than 20 years experience working within large financial services organisations. Her career in AIG has focused on the holistic lifecycle management and risk mitigation of third parties initially in the UK and subsequently across the EMEA regional context. Victoria has been the thought leader behind the development and implementation of a risk management methodology that has become paramount in the management of third parties in the UK and now used across the other AIG global regions.

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Cara Murphy, Head of Supplier Relationship Management, AIB

Cara will be presenting at the 2nd Annual Vendor and Third Party Risk EMEA Summit.

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Kurt Neilson, Head of Supplier Management, Aegon 

Kurt Neilson is Head of Supplier Management at Aegon UK, a leading provider of Life and Pensions Products. Kurt’s respon6sibilities include the management of the full lifecycle of contracts from procurement through to exit and he oversees the governance of all of Aegon’s strategic contracts with annual spend in the region of £100m.

Kurt has over 25 years’ experience in UK Financial Services gained at Royal Life, Swiss Life, Resolution, Phoenix Group and since 2013, Aegon UK.

Kurt was a member of a BSI UK working party which formed part of a broader global group which introduced a Global ISO standard in Outsourcing in Q4 2014.

Kurt holds the Chartered Insurance Institute’s Advanced Financial Planning Certificate, an MSc in Management, the National Outsourcing Association’s Professional Certificate in Outsourcing, and more recently the IACCM Supplier Relationship Management – Expert level.

Kurt is married with two young children and is a keen golfer and member of Formby Golf Club in the North West of England.

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Sue Scott-Douglas, Head of Technology Supplier Management, Barclays

Sue Scott-Douglas is the Head of Technology Supplier Management at Barclays, responsible for the oversight and delivery of effective risk, performance and commercial management of the banks key Technology suppliers. In addition Sue is a member of the MSDUK (Minority Supplier Development UK) Board of Directors, a not-for-profit organisation that seeks to promote inclusive procurement for ethnic minority owned businesses.
Sue has over 10 years’ experience in sourcing and supplier management, both in operational and consultancy roles, before moving into her current position.
Prior to joining the Sourcing and Supplier Management, Sue held various technical and managerial positions within Barclays Technology function.

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Ann Stokes, Head of Procurement, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi

Ann will be presenting at the 2nd Annual Vendor and Third Party Risk EMEA Summit.

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Fabio Torrisi, Global Head of Vendor Management, UBS

Fabio joined UBS in Zurich in 2015 as Head of Global Vendor Management, with global responsibility on all categories. Prior to joining UBS, Fabio was with McKinsey and Company where he focused on operations and technology topics and part of the outsourcing and offshoring practice leadership. Earlier in his career, Fabio was delivering outsourced IT services.

Fabio holds a PhD from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and a MS in Computer Engineering from the University of Florence.

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The Center For Financial Professionals recently collaborated with MyComplianceOffice to conduct research with close to 250 relevant professionals to identify the development of third party risk management practices to provide the industry with a better view of the current issues and an understanding of how our peers are overcoming the challenges in the sector.

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Can I present at Vendor & Third Party Risk EMEA Summit?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at Vendor & Third Party Risk EMEA Summit 2017. For further information on this please contact alice.kelly@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

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Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the Summit sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

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This will be provided on both days of the Summit.

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

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