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13TH ANNUAL BANKING OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT SUMMIT

12 - 14 February 2019 - Vienna
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PAST SPEAKERS

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Marike
DOKTER

Director Internal Audit

Mickie
STOJNIC-CRUNDEN

Director, Operational Risk/Permanent Control

Francis
GROSS

Senior Advisor, Former Head of Division, External Statistics

Johan
VRANKEN

Head of Wealth Management Partnerships

Peter
GERDENITSCH

Group CISO

Horst
SCHOLER

Head of Non-Financial Risk Management - Wealth Management

CONFERENCE TOPICS 2019

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  • How to protect against the increasing threat of cyber-attacks?
  • Importance of strategic relationship among the 3 lines of defense
  • How to minimalize risk and maximize benefits associated with third-party vendors?
  • Integration between the operational risk, reputational risk, conduct risk and others
  • Benefits vs drawback of regulations for operational risk management
  • Emerging risks – how to identify and mitigate them?
  • Measurement of risk appetite for operational risk

DESIGNED FOR

Members of board, C-level, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, and Heads of departments from banking industry involved in:

  • Operational Risk
  • OpRisk Management
  • Risk Measurement
  • Risk Compliance
  • Risk Control
  • Risk Appetite
  • Risk reporting
  • Operational Risk Methodology
  • Operational Risk Internal Audit
  • Security
  • Financial Crime
  • Cyber Crime
  • IT Risk
  • Cyber Risk
  • Cyber Security
  • Conduct Risk
  • Operational Risk and Compliance
  • Fraud
  • Anti-Fraud
  • Financial Risk
  • Reputation Risk
  • Threat

PHOTOS FROM THE SUMMIT

12th Annual / 12 – 14 February 2019 in Vienna

CASE STUDIES

PAST CASE STUDIES INCLUDE

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Building a Comprehensive Operational Risk Framework

Operational Risk Management is at core of a financial institution’s operations. Successful integration of risk management practices, systems, and culture requires a comprehensive, efficient and effective framework – but what defines a “success”?

  • Building Risk Culture: Getting a buy-in from all stakeholders
  • Governance, Strategy, Risk Appetite, Policies, Structure, Systems – and the need for their constant evolvement
  • Designing Effective Operational Risk Management Systems: Integration of Processes, Risks, Controls, Action Plans, Key Risk Indicators, Audit Recommendations, Incidents, Losses… and that’s only a start
  • Getting Rid of Data Silos: Integration between Operational Risk, Conduct Risk, Financial Crime Risk…and more to come?

Mickie
STOJNIC-CRUNDEN

Director, Operational Risk/Permanent Control

Peter
GERDENITSCH

Group CISO

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Cyber Security: Applying a Framework for Minimizing Regulatory Risk

Cyber Security is more and more affected by regulatory (e.g. PSD2, NIS, etc.) as well as external (PCI-DSS, SWIFT CSP, etc.) requirements. To gain visibility on fulfilling the requirements and addressing the risk of missing out any of those, a solid framework for mapping the regulatory and external requirements to company policies respectively to their controls is required. This presentation outlines an approach how this topic can be addressed.

  • Gain visibility on fulfilling regulatory and external requirements
  • Defining a set of controls to verify adherence to requirements
  • Reporting compliance to controls
  • Reducing regulatory risks

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Auditing the Operational Risk Framework

CRD IV requires financial services to provide independent validation of the Operational Risk framework. This presentation examines the role of the “third line of defence” in auditing Operational Risk.

  • Three lines of defence model
  • Role of the 4th line
  • How do you audit a framework?
  • Different strategies to audit Operational Risk
  • Maturity of the framework vs audit methodology

Marike
DOKTER

Director Internal Audit

Francis
GROSS

Senior Advisor, Former Head of Division, External Statistics

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

How Data Standards Have Become Critical to Operational Risk – What We Can Do about It?

A review of the impact of technology and the ongoing digital explosion in unleashed shows how data is causing a kind of “disruption by default”, adding to operational risk across all sectors of finance, as progress in data standardization lags behind fast growing needs. The presentation then outlines a path to a solution, showing how beginning from feasible initial steps could unfold transformational power. The Global LEI System is presented as one of those early steps on the way to a shared, global, public-good data infrastructure.

  • The technology context: How the digital explosion disrupt the technical substance of finance. How that disruption takes data standards and infrastructures from backwaters to critical.
  • Our natural senses are blind to finance, we must build artificial senses. What data is needed to power effective artificial senses, i.e. senses that work at the speed and scale of the system?

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