RegTech Course London

Gain a new or enhanced understanding of RegTech in financial services and how to ensure your company is suitably up-to date and prepared.

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RegTech:

Data, Risk & Compliance

London, 19 - 20 June 2019

Course Guide    

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This training programme will provide delegates a new or improved understanding of RegTech, with key sessions covering the emergence of digital reg reporting, data management strategies and cyber risk applications.  

There will be a focus on risk and compliance both as individual sessions and across the training, providing best practice advice and expert knowledge from a wide range of speakers

What Will You Learn?
  • A new or enhanced understanding of the regulatory landscape

  • Methods for implementing RegTech throughout your company

  • How RegTech is changing KYC/AML

  • Benefits and practical application of digital reg reporting 

  • Strategies for risk management frameworks within your company

  • Applications for cyber risk 

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Course Highlights
  • The Rise and Rise of RegTech

  • Compliance

  • Data Management 

  • Digital Reg Reporting

  • Risk Management Frameworks

  • AI/Machine Learning 

  • KYC and AML

  • Cyber Risk

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Angus Moir

Technical Specialist

Bank of England

Angus Moir is a Technical Specialist in the Data and Statistics Division at the Bank of England.

He is currently leading the Bank of England’s work on the future of data collection, including their engagement in the Digital Regulatory Reporting Pilot. Previously, he led the Bank of England’s team collecting a new supervisory data set on the activity of the UK’s Central Counterparties.

Before dedicating his life to data, Angus worked as a risk analyst and private debt broker at a number of financial institutions. He has degrees in Economics from Warwick University and Bocconi University in Milan.

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Graham Corr

Head of Regulatory Technology Development

Royal Bank of Scotland

Graham is the Head of Regulatory Technology Development for Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). In this capacity he is leading work on a portfolio of proofs of concept and pilot projects to enhance the general regulatory function in RBS.

He is also the primary point of contact for FCA and BoE regulatory technology initiatives.

Before joining RBS, Graham was senior manager at Morgan Stanley where he worked on regulatory reporting. Prior to this he was with HSBC Dublin, working in compliance and with KPMG as lead audit.

Graham holds a bachelor of accounting and finance from the Dublin City University.

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Subas Roy

Partner, London, Head- Digital Compliance, RegTech, Financial Innovation, Global Chairman

Oliver Wyman & International RegTech Association (IRTA)

Subas is a Partner in Oliver Wyman with 23 years of strategic consulting experience on Banking and Financial Services digital innovation across public and private sector entities. He has led and designed Innovation, Regulatory and Financial Inclusion strategies for multiple central banks and regulators across Western Europe, North America and Asia Pacific regions. 

Prior to Oliver Wyman, Subas was a senior Partner at two Big4 Professional Services (2011-2017 at Ernst & Young, and 2005-2010 at PricewaterhouseCoopers) responsible for developing global strategy advisory practice for Financial Services Risk and Regulations, RegTech and Digital change.

During 2013-14, Subas was the interim Chief Compliance Officer of a global G-SIFI bank, headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland and oversaw a strategic transformation programme of the Regulatory Compliance function including digitalisation, data and workforce transformations.

Subas is also the Founder and currently non-executive Global Chairman of the International RegTech Association (IRTA), a premier non-profit association representing the RegTech firms, central banks/regulators, and innovators in ~30 countries.

Previously he has held External Advisory Board appointments to the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) on two digital innovation missions in South-east Asia, including creating a digital identify platform in Nepal and helping the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India to develop a digital identification platform (Aadhar) for 1.3BN Indian citizens.

Subas has also held international Expert Panel chair and member roles at the Harvard University Kennedy School of Business and Government on public policies, the Gates Foundation, and the United Kingdom FinTech Innovation Committee under the rules of the Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) division. 

Relevant experience

  • Strategic advice and redesign of group Compliance function of a G-SIFI tier-1 universal bank.
  • Strategic conceptualisation, design and development of a FinTech innovation hub with a centralised data analytics group for a large central bank and financial regulator in Western Europe.
  • Strategic conceptualization, design and development of an Enterprise Risk and Regulatory Compliance operating model, including policies, 3 Lines of Defense and reporting mechanisms for a tier-1 global bank.
  • Strategic advice and design of Risk Management framework for a tier-1 bank in Western Europe.
  • Strategic advice and collaboration on innovation and FinTech eco-system to two financial regulators in Europe including defining regulatory requirements for non-financial and operational risks.
  • Advise, design and implementation of a digital risk platform to address 3rd party risks for a business service provider to banks.
  • Design support and scrutiny of data and controls strategy of two large American data services providers, develop the right operating model, governance and strategy, policies and controls.
  • Strategic support, advice and design of the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN) as promulgated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority along with 10-other international financial regulators.

Subas graduated in Economics at the Trinity College, Oxford University. He also has a master’s summa cum laude degree on Computational Mathematics and a PhD on Modern use of Data Science approaches to Societal Progression in the Developing World from the Stanford University, California.

He is also a qualified Fellow Chartered Accountant in England, and Wales.

He lives in London, United Kingdom.

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Vesna McCreery

Director

Ansev Solutions

Following a career of over twenty years in financial services, Vesna founded Ansev Solutions which serves financial institutions, corporates and financial technology firms in all aspects of financial crime, reputational risk and regulatory crisis management.

Vesna’s career in financial crime started at Goldman Sachs before 9/11 and extended over time from reputation risk and due diligence to every facet of anti-money laundering, sanctions, and terrorist financing.

Vesna has led global financial crime functions at institutions such as RBS and

Barclays, contributing to lifting the sanctions-related Deferred Prosecution Agreements in both, and also served as the financial crime advisor to the Monitor of HSBC working at the direction of the DOJ, FCA and the FED. She worked at major banks such as Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank, as well as a start-up consultancy Exiger, with a stint at a Big4 as a business and product developer.

Vesna has worked with every level of financial organisations from operational, to C-Suite and Board level, front office, audit, communications, ethics teams, as well as with regulators and non-governmental organisations.

Vesna actively uses her broad experience to help both technology firms and financial institutions or corporates to understand each other’s needs and capabilities, bringing the two sides into increasingly good alignment.


 

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Louis Hedde

Managing Director

Société Générale

With his engineer degree freshly printed, Louis joined the General Inspection at Société Générale in 2011, feeling that the transformation that banks were undergoing created a fantastic field to play as well as an opportunity to bring fresh new ideas. First as a junior then as a head of assignment, he spent 6 years analyzing the Group’s retail and investment banking businesses in a wide range of geographies taking him from France to Eastern Europe, China, the US and Russia. He covered a wide diversity of subjects ranging from risk analysis, strategic positioning as well as wider reviews on the efficiency of organizations.

Besides managing inspection missions, Louis has been one of the early promoters of the development of smart tools within the Inspection. Believing that auditors should use technology to better detect risks, and reduce as much as possible low value-added tasks, he is now in charge of creating and deploying new tools for Société Générale’s Inspection & Audit department. He is also building an internal startup to monetize those tools, aiming at funding and accelerating the deployment of new technologies.

In line with his taste in reading research articles full of equations, Louis, now an MD within Inspection, is putting together a team of experts to accelerate the development of data science for Inspection and Audit.

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Dawd Haque

Global lead for Regulatory Market Initiatives, Transformation & Strategy

Deutsche Bank

Global lead of Regulatory Market Initiatives at Deutsche Bank. I represent Deutsche Bank on Trade Association Committees and Working Groups as well as Regulatory Market Infrastructure and third party vendor committees.

Through the regulatory lifecycle I work with Trade Associations, Market Infrastructure providers and our peers to advocate with National Competent Authorities to identify and resolve issues. I also work with internal and external stakeholders to build regulatory solutions such as Industry Best Practices, creation of new Utilities & the fostering of innovative Technology to meet our collective obligations.

I represent the industry at the British Standards Institute Financial Service standards committee IST/012. I am on the IHS Markit Advisory Board, DTCC DerivServe Steering Committee, A-Team Group Advisory Board, a member of Eurofiling and attend FSB GUUG, CPMI-IOSCO & GLEIF Industry forums.

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Calogero Fontana

Management Consultant, Director

PRO Consulting

Calogero is a tri-lingual management professional, MBA and MS Telecommunications Engineer with strong experience in programme and project management in both technical and business domains.

His industry background includes financial, telecommunications and media. For Bank of New York (BNY) Mellon, he has been managing strategic regulatory projects in the MiFID II and Client Asset Protection (CAP – CASS equivalent) Regulatory Programmes. For BNP Paribas Fortis (BNPPF), he has successfully led strategic digital projects, such as “Hello Bank!” integration in BNL BNP Paribas and “Contact Center Unified Communication (Assessment)”.

Passionate about innovation and Artificial Intelligence, Calogero has been exploring the application of Machine Learning and Natural Language Process to the regulatory compliance landscape.

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Amit Joshi

Managing Director

MPrime

Amit is Managing Director of MPrime Limited, specialising in consultation and implementation of Governance, Risk, and Compliance Frameworks for large Financial Institutions. 

Before Starting MPrime, Amit was Engagement Manager and Business Solutions Architect with IBM. Amit has over 15 years global in-depth professional services, technology consulting, programme management and business development experience focused on Non Financial Risk, Compliance, and Payments industries.  

Amit holds an MBA from London Business School, Masters from Northeastern University, and Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from University of Pune. 

Amba Hotel

Strand,
Charing Cross,
London, 
WC2N 5HX

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19 June 2019
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