JWG are recognised by regulators, financial institutions and technology firms as the independent analysts to help determine how the right regulations can be implemented in the right way
CIOs, COOs, heads of regulatory change management, heads of regulatory reporting, operations, technology, data compliance, legal and ecommerce from investment banks, private banks, commercial banks, hedge funds, custodians, asset management companies, other financial institutions and their suppliers.
To date, delegates are registered from the following firms: Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, BBVA, BNP Paribas, BP, Citi, Commerzbank, Crédit Agricole, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Exane, Fidelity, Goldman Sachs, GLG Partners, Henderson Global Investors, HSBC, ING, Investec, J.P. Morgan, Legal & General, Lloyds, Macquarie Group, Morgan Stanley, Nomura, Northern Trust, RBS, Ruffer, Rothesay Life, Santander, Société Générale, Standard Chartered, State Street, Toronto Dominion, UBS, UniCredit, Wellington Management, Zurich Insurance.
In November the FCA issued a call for input on RegTech. JWG argued that new and proven tools can be employed but, to do so, the debate must be reframed as a ‘RegTech commons’ for the market to take off. We assembled top technologists from 14 leading firms with the FCA on 11 March 2016 to frame the thinking about what it will take to successfully lay the foundations.
The objective of the conference is to explore the issues in greater depth, generate collaborative proposals, agree on the priorities and establish an action plan.
08:45 Welcome and introduction from the chair
RegTech: overcoming blockage, budgets and Brexit fallout
– Putting RegTech on the board agenda
– Putting RegTech on the political and standards agendas
– The real impact on your people, customers and suppliers if you don’t
PJ Di Giammarino, CEO, JWG Group
09:05 Keynote: Making RegTech real – a regulatory progress update
– What is RegTech and what does it mean to the regulators?
– How does the regulatory community help to foster RegTech development?
– When can game-changing concepts, like the robo rulebook, be introduced?
Nick Cook, Head of Data & Information Operations, FCA
09:35 Panel: Unblocking the ecosystem – what it takes to see the benefits
– What are the barriers currently holding back RegTech development?
– How can these barriers be lifted or overcome and who should lead this approach?
– How can we foster a collaborative approach to this?
Kevin Barry, Head of Investment IT and Change, Henderson Global Investors
Matthew Hampson, MD, Global Wholesale CTO, Nomura
Joanne Hannaford, Managing Director, Technology, Goldman Sachs
10:15 Panel: Plumbing the reporting infrastructure – using RegTech to master regulatory reporting obligations, including DFA, EMIR, SFTR, MiFID II
– The impact of the complexity of trade, transaction and risk reporting
– Getting beyond reactive programmes to a common response
– What is required to master the complexity and minimise costs?
Adedayo Banwo, Legal Counsel, Deutsche Bank London Branch, former Counsel, Office of General Counsel, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Chris Beevor, Division Director, Market Operations Division, Regulatory Operations, Macquarie Group
Chad Giussani, Head of Transaction Reporting Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank
Jim Bennett, Managing Director, Sapient Global Markets
11:25 Panel: The RegTech domains – prioritising ‘compliant’ RegTech solutions
– How to get the modelling and reference data right
– Why is it important to build the data standards before the blockchain?
– Who are the key stakeholders and where can the leadership come from?
Ayaz Haji, Head of MiFID 2 Technical Architecture and Data Strategy, Goldman Sachs
Paul North, Head of Product Management Europe, BNY Mellon
Andrew Rourke, Director, Head of CIB Data Management, RBS
Beverley Aspeling, MD, Regulatory Risk and Strategy, Credit Suisse Group
12:05 Panel: Practical application of RegTech – meeting trading obligations
– How will regulations, such as MiFID II, affect the trading infrastructure?
– How can compliance costs be reduced?
– How can Big Data, Smart Contracts, Distributed Ledger Technologies and interoperability standards help?
Stamos Fokianos, Managing Director, Global Head eBusiness, Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank
Dileepa Karunadasa, Executive Director – Investment Bank Programme & Portfolio Manager, UBS
Fred Tingey, Head of Regulatory IT Architecture, BNP Paribas
Chris Dingley, Head of Sales, Abide Financial
13:45 Panel: Dismantling data standards barriers
– Why is there an increasing need for better coordination between regulators?
– What efforts to establish global initiatives for harmonisation currently exist?
– What would be the success criteria for a good global data management initiative?
Mike Bennett, Semantics Repository Lead, EDM Council
Howard Guess, Data Architect, Deutsche Bank
Arjun Singh-Muchelle, Senior Advisor, Capital Markets, The Investment Association
David Masters, Director – Head of Operations Regulatory Reporting Production, London, Société Générale
Hugh Daly, CEO, Message Automation
14:30 – 16:00 Trading roundtable: Getting to compliant solutions in 18 months
– MiFID II and interdependent trading regulation priority builds
– How RegTech solutions keep costs under control and businesses happy
– How should the solutions be prioritised?
Vincent Grandjean, Executive Director, Fixed Income eCommerce Product Manager, Santander
Leda Glyptis, Director, Sapient Global Markets
15:00 – 16:30 Conduct roundtable: Getting to compliant solutions in 18 months
– The new obligations: recommendations, prices, advice and trades
– Getting the data, AI and workflow right
– Prioritising the potentially infinite costs of control
Co-chairs: Chris Collins, Partner: Risk & Regulation, CGI
and Adrian Shedden, Senior Associate, Burges Salmon
15:30 – 17:00 RegData standards roundtable: Developing the new regulatory data framework
– Why data management will be key to staying on top of the regulatory agenda
– How does the industry establish multijurisdictional data standards?
– How can we leverage existing standards, such as ISO20022 and FIBO?
Chair: Matthew Cossor, Managing Director – Chief Data Officer & Reporting, RBS
Francis Cook, Head of Regulatory Analysis, GFT
17:00 Wrap up summary and close
17:30 Drinks and networking
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