Why should you attend?

Join us in midtown Manhattan on June 7-8 for our anticipated 8th Annual Congress.

Sold out in 2022, Vendor & Third Party Risk USA is the go-to risk Congress for vendor and third party industry experts and professionals at global institutions looking to advance their professional development and make meaningful connections.

Take a look at what was said about our sister event, Vendor & Third Party Risk Europe!

Key highlights

  • GLOBAL REGULATIONS:
    Identifying regulatory expectations on a global level and integrating requirements under a unified framework
  • CRITICAL THIRD PARTIES:
    Identifying critical third parties and ensuring compliance with contract set
  • EXIT PLANNING:
    Developing and testing exit plans in the event of a planned exit
  • THIRD PARTY RISK PROGRAM:
    Maturing the third party risk management program to bring efficiency and value to the business
  • CYBER SECURITY:
    Reviewing current cyber threats posed and mitigating these down the supply chain
  • COLLABORATION:
    Increasing collaboration and visibility between internal teams and vendors and utilizing technology to mitigate risks
  • DATA PRIVACY:
    Ensuring visibility of data privacy with an increase of global regulations
  • CONTRACT MANAGEMENT:
    Reviewing contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

Interact with industry front-runners paving the way in third party risk

CeFPro's Event attendees hearing insights from key thought leaders

An engaging and interactive agenda spread across 2-days

Participate in a comprehensive exploration of the topics at hand via presentations, panel discussions, and live Q&As to facilitate learning and engagement.

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Listen in as subject matter experts share their knowledge

Our line-up of 30+ knowledgeable and experienced practitioners speakers bring the highest standard within the industry, offering fresh perspectives and insights for you to return to your department with.

Balance management, Networking, sHaring ideas on liquidity, deposits, Stress Testing, Interest rate risk

7+ hours of available networking opportunities

Continue conversations from inside the auditorium over coffee, lunch, and at our complimentary drinks reception. Make meaningful career-long industry connections to use to your professional advantage.

Key speakers

Michael Steinhoefel, Barclays is speaking on fourth parties at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Michael Steinhoefel
Director Operational Risk Management
Barclays

Donald Mones, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. is speaking on global regulations at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Donald Mones
Director Third Party Risk Management
MUFG

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James McPherson
Director & Counsel
Credit Agricole

Rodney Campbell, Valley Bank is speaking on contract management at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Rodney Campbell
Head of Third Party Risk Management
Valley Bank

Nate Vanderheyden, Morgan Stanley is speaking on cyber security at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Nate Vanderheyden
Director, US Banks Cyber & Information Security
Morgan Stanley

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Melissa Mellen
Head of Third Party Risk Management
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

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Courtnee Smith
Vice President, Enterprise Supplier Management
Capital One

Krystelle Bilodeau, Bank of Canada is speaking on contract management at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Krystelle Bilodeau
Senior Director, Banking Operations & Risk
Bank of Canada

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Luis Grisales
Head of Vendor Risk Management & Vendor Onboarding
Blackstone

Olga Voytenko, Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) is speaking on exit planning at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Olga Voytenko
Managing Director of Operational Resilience
Silicon Valley Bank

Session previews and related insights

Get an insight of what to expect from the Congress with our past and present speaker session previews.

Evolving TPRM strategies to align with regulatory change and ensure security across supply chains

Evolving TPRM strategies to align with regulatory change and ensure security across supply chains Maya Goethals, Director, Compliance and Risk Management, Bank of America Merill Lynch Below is an insight into what can be expected from Stefano's session at Risk Evolve 2024. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+CeFPro%27s+Risk+Evolve+2024&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23001c64&outline_custom_hover_background=%23001c64&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Frisk-evolve%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the

Staying vigilant: 7 practical tips for ongoing TPRM monitoring

Staying vigilant: 7 practical tips for ongoing TPRM monitoring Matthew Moog, General Manager, Third-Party Risk Management, OneTrust Below is an insight into what can be expected from Matt's session at Third Party & Supply Chain Risk USA 2023. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+Third+Party+%26amp%3B+Supply+Chain+Risk+USA&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_background=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Fthird-party-supply-chain-risk%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought leader

Gaining visibility across suppliers and subcontractors and enhancing resilience

Gaining visibility across suppliers and subcontractors and enhancing resilience Sara Ricci, Information Risk Governance and Resilience Executive, HBC Below is an insight into what can be expected from Sara's session at Third Party & Supply Chain Risk USA 2023. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+Third+Party+%26amp%3B+Supply+Chain+Risk+USA&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_background=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Fthird-party-supply-chain-risk%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought

Human trafficking and exploitation risk exposure

Human trafficking and exploitation risk exposure Christopher Kemp, Senior Operations Manager, Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative Below is an insight into what can be expected from Christopher's session at Third Party & Supply Chain Risk USA 2023. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+Third+Party+%26amp%3B+Supply+Chain+Risk+USA&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_background=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Fthird-party-supply-chain-risk%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought leader as an

Sponsors

Knowledge partners

CyberGRX are Knowledge Partners at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
KY3P S&P Global are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Co-sponsors

Archer are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
Mirato are are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
onetrust are Co-Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
SecurityScorecard are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
Shared Assessments are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Legal partner

Bradley are Legal Partners at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Associate sponsors

Interos are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
MorganFranklin Consulting are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
Prevalent are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Content and media partners

CeFPro Connect, Knowledge sharing platform for risk professionals

Agenda

8:00 – 8:50

Registration and breakfast

8:50 – 9:00

Chair’s opening remarks

9:00 – 9:45

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT – PANEL DISCUSSION

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Krystelle Bilodeau, Senior Director, Banking Operations & Risk, Bank of Canada

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Melissa Mellen, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

9:45 – 10:20

CRITICAL THIRD PARTIES

Identifying critical third parties and ensuring compliance with contract set

  • Reviewing critical third parties to comply with contract set
  • Monitoring and auditing terms and conditions from contract owner
  • Testing critical third parties to be in compliance with contract
  • Prioritizing compliance with the terms and conditions of critical third parties
  • Preparing an exit plan when a critical third party is in financial distress
  • Substituting a third party for minimal disruption
  • Prioritizing critical third parties
  • Understanding what contingency plans look like for critical vendors
  • Defining criticality for vendors
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Melissa Mellen, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

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Melissa Mellen, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

10:20-10:50

Morning refreshment break and networking

10:50 – 11:25

MITIGATION

Mitigating risk in a connected world: The importance of Nth party risk management

  • Reviewing the evolution of the geopolitical landscape and disruption to third parties
  • Increased importance of ESG
  • Precipitation of evolution into supply chain risk management
  • Reviewing best practices and industry trends
  • Looking into the future of third party risk management
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

11:25 – 12:10

FOURTH PARTIES – PANEL DISCUSSION

Mapping the supply chain to gain transparency and understand controls in place beyond fourth parties

  • Creating a fourth party inventory
  • Understanding controls with fourth parties
  • Performing continuous monitoring on fourth parties
  • Managing and mitigating risks brought from fourth parties
  • Defining risk tolerance with fourth parties
  • Understanding when subcontractors controls have changed
  • Ensuring third parties have control on their subcontractors
  • Reviewing the expectation from regulators
  • Managing and tracking access to data
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

9:00 – 9:45

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT – PANEL DISCUSSION

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

9:00 – 9:45

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT – PANEL DISCUSSION

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

9:45 – 10:20

CRITICAL THIRD PARTIES

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

10:50 – 11:25

MITIGATION

Mitigating risk in a connected world: The importance of Nth party risk management

  • Reviewing the evolution of the geopolitical landscape and disruption to third parties
  • Increased importance of ESG
  • Precipitation of evolution into supply chain risk management
  • Reviewing best practices and industry trends
  • Looking into the future of third party risk management
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

Mitigating risk in a connected world: The importance of Nth party risk management

  • Reviewing the evolution of the geopolitical landscape and disruption to third parties
  • Increased importance of ESG
  • Precipitation of evolution into supply chain risk management
  • Reviewing best practices and industry trends
  • Looking into the future of third party risk management

4:35-4:45

Chair’s closing remarks

4:45

End of Congress

8:00 – 8:50

Registration and breakfast

8:50 – 9:00

Chair’s opening remarks

9:00 – 9:45

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT – PANEL DISCUSSION

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

9:45 – 10:20

CRITICAL THIRD PARTIES

Identifying critical third parties and ensuring compliance with contract set

  • Reviewing critical third parties to comply with contract set
  • Monitoring and auditing terms and conditions from contract owner
  • Testing critical third parties to be in compliance with contract
  • Prioritizing compliance with the terms and conditions of critical third parties
  • Preparing an exit plan when a critical third party is in financial distress
  • Substituting a third party for minimal disruption
  • Prioritizing critical third parties
  • Understanding what contingency plans look like for critical vendors
  • Defining criticality for vendors
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

10:20-10:50

Morning refreshment break and networking

10:50 – 11:25

MITIGATION

Mitigating risk in a connected world: The importance of Nth party risk management

  • Reviewing the evolution of the geopolitical landscape and disruption to third parties
  • Increased importance of ESG
  • Precipitation of evolution into supply chain risk management
  • Reviewing best practices and industry trends
  • Looking into the future of third party risk management
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

11:25 – 12:10

FOURTH PARTIES – PANEL DISCUSSION

Mapping the supply chain to gain transparency and understand controls in place beyond fourth parties

  • Creating a fourth party inventory
  • Understanding controls with fourth parties
  • Performing continuous monitoring on fourth parties
  • Managing and mitigating risks brought from fourth parties
  • Defining risk tolerance with fourth parties
  • Understanding when subcontractors controls have changed
  • Ensuring third parties have control on their subcontractors
  • Reviewing the expectation from regulators
  • Managing and tracking access to data
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

9:00 – 9:45

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT – PANEL DISCUSSION

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

9:00 – 9:45

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT – PANEL DISCUSSION

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

9:45 – 10:20

CRITICAL THIRD PARTIES

Ensuring contracts are being governed and adhered to by third parties after onboarding

  • Ensuring contractual leverage when security events arise
  • Conducting annual due diligence
  • Reviewing the vendors once the contract is signed
  • Leveraging technology to assess vendors
    • Investing prior to a breach occurring
  • Implementing appropriate follow ups when identifying risk
    • Incorporating an audit clause into the contract when onboarding
  • Incorporating non-compliance triggers
  • Obtaining evidence that vendors have remediated
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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

10:50 – 11:25

MITIGATION

Mitigating risk in a connected world: The importance of Nth party risk management

  • Reviewing the evolution of the geopolitical landscape and disruption to third parties
  • Increased importance of ESG
  • Precipitation of evolution into supply chain risk management
  • Reviewing best practices and industry trends
  • Looking into the future of third party risk management
RC-Headshot-Conference--120x120 (1)

Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

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Rodney Campbell, Head of Third Party Risk Management, Valley Bank

4:35-4:45

Chair’s closing remarks

4:45

End of Congress

Would your organization like to partner with us on this event?

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 +1 888 677 7007 ext. 207 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

Sponsors

Knowledge partners

CyberGRX are Knowledge Partners at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Co-sponsors

Archer are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Legal partner

Associate sponsors

Interos are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
MorganFranklin Consulting are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
Prevalent are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Content and media partners

CeFPro Connect, Knowledge sharing platform for risk professionals

Speakers

Shamial Afzal

Shamial Afzal
Head of Supplier Management Governance,
Legal & General Investment Management

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Olga Baldwin
VP, Vendor Management
Axiom Bank

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Krystelle Bilodeau
Senior Director, Banking Operations & Risk
Bank of Canada

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Thomas Brandt
Chief Risk Officer/Director, Office of Planning and Risk
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board

Leah Campbell

Leah Campbell
Senior Counsel
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

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Rodney Campbell
Head of Third Party Risk Management
Valley Bank

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Javier Cubano
VP, Third Party Risk Oversight
BNY Mellon

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Andrew Egoroff 
Senior Cybersecurity Specialist
ProcessUnity

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Eli Enav
Director – Third Party Risk, Internal Audit
American Express

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Madiha Fatima
Executive Director – Operational & Outsourcing Risk
JP Morgan

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Gregory Goldstein
Vice President, Strategic Global Partner Management
Prudential Insurance Company of America

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Luis Grisales
SVP – Head of Vendor Risk Management & Vendor Onboarding
Blackstone

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Carolyn Handley
Head of Vendor Due Diligence & Monitoring – NA Investments, Global Investment Center
Aon

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Stuart Hoffman
Governance & Operational Risk Policy Analyst
OCC

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Tausif Khan
Associate Director, Third Party Risk
DTCC

Michelle Koestani

Michelle Koestani
Solutions Engineering Manager
SecurityScorecard

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Cyril Korenbeusser
Chief Resilience Officer
BNP Paribas CIB

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Wes Loeffler
Product Manager
Archer

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James Mcpherson
Director & Counsel
Credit Agricole

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Melissa Mellen
Head of Third Party Risk Management
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

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Donald Mones
Director Third Party Risk Management
MUFG

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Matthew Moog
General Manager
OneTrust

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Andrew Moyad
Chief Executive Officer
Shared Assessments

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Luke Nordlie
Executive Director and Global Head of Vendor Due Diligence
KY3P®, S&P Global

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Peter Pernebo
Managing Director, Global Head of Third Party Risk Management Solutions
KY3P®, S&P Global

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Michael Rivas
Head of Third Party Risk
DTCC

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Hugo Ramirez
SVP Director of Corporate Assurance – Internal Audit
BBVA

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Brian Shaw
Director of Financial Services
Mirato

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Michael Steinhoefel
Director Operational Risk Management
Barclays

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Courtnee Smith
Vice President, Enterprise Supplier Management
Capital One

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Nate Vanderheyden
Executive Director, US Banks Cyber & Information Security
Morgan Stanley

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Olga Voytenko
Managing Director of Operational Resilience
Silicon Valley Bank

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Ken Wolckenhauer
VP Vendor Management
Nordea Bank

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Mike Yaffe
CMO
Prevalent

Jing Zhao, USAA is speaking on risk appetite at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Jing Zhao
Director Third Party Data and Analytics
USAA

Sponsors

Knowledge partner

CyberGRX are Knowledge Partners at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
KY3P S&P Global are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Co-sponsors

Archer are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
Mirato are are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
onetrust are Co-Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
SecurityScorecard are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
Shared Assessments are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Legal partner

Bradley are Legal Partners at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Associate sponsors

Interos are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
MorganFranklin Consulting are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress
Prevalent are Associate Sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Content and media partners

CeFPro Connect, Knowledge sharing platform for risk professionals

Venue & FAQs

360 Madison Avenue | etc.venues
Madison Avenue
Midtown Manhattan
New York NY 10017

There is no accommodation available at the venue, however there are plenty of hotels available nearby. To view nearby accommodation based on recommendations by etc.venues, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I share my thought leadership at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA?

CeFPro are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at the Vendor & Third Party Risk USA Congress. For further information on this please contact production@cefpro.com if you are from a financial institutions / sales@cefpro.com if you are an information/service provider or call us on +1 888 677 7007.

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

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

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Drinks reception at the end of day-1
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology

What is included within the registration fee?

Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the drinks reception at the end of day-1, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from the sessions are also available via our post-event website, available on CeFPro Connect under Course Materials once the Summit has taken place.

Where can I find the Congress documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations after the Congress*. We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our App during the Congress.

* 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.

Are there any rules on dress code?

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

Are CPE Credits available?

Yes, CPE Credits are available for the Congress upon request. Please contact marketing@cefpro.com for more information.

Register

Register for Vendor & Third Party Risk USA today and join the likes of 150+ industry professionals and subject matter experts looking to engage in meaningful conversation and discuss the latest developments and challenges within the vendor and third party risk sector.

Register before April 28 and take advantage of our super early bird rate.

Don’t miss out, we only have a limited number of tickets available until and prices will increase.

Need assistance with your registration? Get in touch with us via email below, or call us on +1 888 677 7007.

Super early bird rate | Before April 28

Representing a financial institution or government body
$699
Save up to $400

E.g. Bank, Insurance company, Asset manager, Regulator

Representing an information or service provider
$1499
Save up to $600

E.g. Consultant, Vendor, Executive search firm, Law firm

*To qualify for the preferential ‘early bird’ rates, registration must be received by the close of the ‘early bird’ working day, and payment can be made at the time of registering, or up to a week after registration is made an invoice sent. CeFPro reserves the right to increase rates should payment be delayed significantly. For Group Rates to be valid, the whole group must register at the same time, though names can be changed at any time up to the event at no additional cost. Should a delegate register at a rate that is inaccurate, CeFPro reserves the right to issue an additional invoice for the outstanding amount.