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2016

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Simona Fionda

Simona Fionda Barclays

Vice President Operational Risk Internal Audit

Gilles Mawas<br>

Gilles Mawas
BNP Paribas Securities Services

Global head of oversight of permanent control and operational risk

Bertrand Hassani

Bertrand Hassani Santander

Group Head of AAA - Risk Methodology (Advanced and Alternative Analytics)

Sean O’Neill<br>

Sean O’Neill
RBS

Head of Operational Risk, Personal & Business Banking

Wilhelm Koch

Wilhelm Koch Erste Group Bank

Head Operational Risk Management, Compliance and Security

Jacqueline Johnson<br>

Jacqueline Johnson
Nordea

Global Head of IT Security, Architecture Unit

Interesting Case Studies from the Agenda 2016

Jacqueline Johnson<br>

Jacqueline Johnson
Nordea

Global Head of IT Security, Architecture Unit

CYBER RISKS

Managing Cyber Risks in Cloud Sourcing

What are the cyber risks in cloud sourcing? Can you a merely rely on certifications or on assurance reports regarding cyber security of the supplier? Many companies have an unbalanced view on benefits, risk and cost when choosing outsourcing to cloud. Security precautions, which have been strictly complied with in their own organization, are easily thrown out of the window, if it is cloud outsourcing. Cloud suppliers have a free buffet, but how can you get assurance of their cyber security? This session will give an overview of what assurance reports are relevant, their short comings and tips on what you need to look for or request concerning cyber security. A suggestion for a decision tree regarding legal banking compliance when considering sourcing will also be presented

  • Can outsourcing be safe?
  • Assurance reports, certificates, external audit to monitor suppliers?
  • Can you insure against cyberattacks at sourcing partners
  • Reporting threats and attacks to authorities

BANK FRAUDS AND FINANCIAL CRIME

Managing the non-compliance operational risk

In the securities industry, operational risk is relatively much higher than in other financial activities (retail, wholesale, capital market…). Recent events show the important consequences of non-compliance (bankruptcy, huge fines, forced change of business mix, reputational damage…). Several stakeholders are active in managing this compliance risk (compliance officer, operational risk officer, back-office staff, operational manager, 1st/2nd /3nd level control officer…). We will review the respective roles and responsibilities of these actors in the value chain and how they can be more efficient and complementary rather than overlapping and missing the right issues. KYC diligences will be our business case

  • Can we be 100% compliant? Definition, coverage, contradictory rules, cultural dimension
  • Compliance & Control – complementary or overlapping
  • Securities industry – many actors in the value chain
  • Case study on the KYC (know your customer) process
Gilles Mawas<br>

Gilles Mawas
BNP Paribas Securities Services

Global head of oversight of permanent control and operational risk

Simona Fionda

Simona Fionda Barclays

Vice President Operational Risk Internal Audit

INTERNAL AUDIT AND OPERATIONAL RISK

Operational Risk Oversight – A Third Line of Defence View

What are the expectations placed on the Internal Audit function for the oversight of Operational Risk? How does internal audit fulfill these? This presentation will talk about a specific case study, the internal audit engagement with and oversight on how the program complied with the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision 239 (Principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting).

  • Regulatory expectations for Internal Audit oversight of Operational Risk
  • Case Study – Risk Data Aggregation and Reporting

Ultimate Session

FOR NETWORKING

Every morning starts with a great ice-breaking activity – Speed Networking Session. This session is designed to give all participants the opportunity to meet and introduce themselves to their fellow participants before the official conference starts.

Don’t forget your business cards!

Provided Networking Sessions include Coffee Breaks, Networking Lunches, a Cocktail Reception, plus informal gatherings outside conference hours – key tools for establishing future business connections with fellow industry peers.

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SEE WHO WAS THIS EVENT DESIGNED FOR

Testimonials

  • Very interactive event with high profile participants

    HSBC
  • Well run, focused, engaging and interactive event

    BNP Paribas
  • Well balanced speakers

    Barclays


Who this event

WAS DESIGNED FOR

Members of Board, Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads and Senior Managers from the Banking industry involved in:

  • Operational Risk
  • Risk 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

What differentiates Allan Lloyds’s conferences from the rest?

Tired of attending expos, conferences or events where there is little to no interaction or debate with speakers & delegates?

Allan Lloyds events are famed for being highly interactive. Through our special discussion panels and roundtable discussion formats you will be able to discuss in intimate detail all of the complex issues that you are facing with our speakers and delegates.

Attendees of our events are leaders in their respective companies – meaning you will be able to enjoy indepth discussion with peers!

This is where the real learning & development happens

 

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Venue

2 – 4 February 2016 I VIENNA

Imperial Riding School Renaissance Vienna Hotel

The 10th Annual Banking Operational Risk Management Summit was in Imperial Riding School Renaissance Vienna Hotel, Ungargasse 60, 1030 Vienna, Austria.

Things to do in Vienna:

  • No visit to Vienna is complete without a visit of this magnificent palace – Schoenbrunn Palace. The gardens are a must.
  • Did you know Vienna also has a Walk of Fame? Instead of containing celebrities like in LA, this walk of fame is full of composers who had some sort of connection with Vienna.
  • Visit massive cathedral is the true centerpiece of Vienna – St. Stephen’s Cathedral

WORKSHOP

Workshop A

Effective Risk Appetite Framework

  • Risk appetite setting
  • What are the challenges in defining risk appetite?
  • New risk methods and risk appetite statements?
  • Integrating risk and operational/credit risk appetite into your decision-making

 

 

Workshop B

Trends and Challenges in Risk Management

  • How to effectively perform risk management under current market conditions?
  • Linking capital planning to macroeconomic scenarios
  • Are you compliant? – The major factors which contribute toward a successful compliance policy
  • Innovation in the data protection technologies
  • Cybercrime

GET UPDATES FOR 2017 EDITION

Provide us with your contact details and our team will get back to you with all the updates regarding the upcoming edition of this event.

Take advantage to meet the leading experts within the field and discuss the latest challenges all your competitors are facing.

We are looking forward to welcoming you on board in 2017!

STAY UPDATED

 

Contact Details

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Delegate Enquiries
Tony Bradley
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