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How a firm manages data is now intrinsic to its value, yet the FS risk management framework provides no way to account for IT obsolescence, cloud concentration and data risks on the balance sheet. New operational resilience obligations, 3rd party risk management guidelines and cloud registries are due soon. ESG could provide a path forwards, but only if we can agree egTech standards.

Join us for a virtual panel of regulatory risk experts from Cloudera, European Central Bank, and Deloitte, as they share their industry perspectives on topics that include:

  • New regulatory concerns over third party risk, operational resilience and cloud
  • Overcoming data and infrastructure policy challenges in a cloud centric world
  • The future of RegTech standards for idiosyncratic and systemic technical risk measurement

The session will be moderated by PJ DI Giammarino, CEO & Founder of JWG, independent analyst group. Following the event, all attendees will receive a free copy of JWGs latest research paper.

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Founder and CEO, JWG

PJ Di Giammarino

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A pioneering entrepreneur with a global network of senior bankers, regulators and technologists, PJ Di Giammarino is a frequent author and, for the last two decades, has been an international public speaker on the role of new technology within the financial services infrastructure. He has over a decade of experience bringing together the industry’s leading technologists, policy makers and market leaders to solve global challenges via collaborative working groups. PJ is currently the driving force for progressive change behind a wide range of RegTech forums Based in Europe for 20 years and London for 15, he has served as founder and CEO of JWG Group, a think-tank based in London, which is recognised globally by regulators, financial institutions and technology firms since 2006. Here, his team of independent analysts help senior executives within the public and private sectors determine how regulations can be implemented in the right way. He is an active member of the International Organisation for Standardization, through the ISO UK committee for financial services, IST/12, and serves as the Secretary for the Fintech Technical Advisory Group. In addition to his standards and JWG roles PJ servers as Chairman of the RegTech Council.

Managing Director, Financial Services, Cloudera

Dr. Richard Harmon

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Dr. Harmon is co-head of Cloudera’s Financial Services Industry vertical and is responsible for helping to drive the growth of Cloudera’s Financial Services business globally. He joined Cloudera in May, 2016 and has over 25 years of experience in Capital Markets with specializations in Risk Management, Advance Analytics, Financial Stability Analysis and Fixed Income Research. He started his post-academic career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York followed by leading fixed income and mortgage research teams at Citibank, Bankers Trust, JP Morgan and Bank of America. He is the co-founder of a GMAC funded Risk Management & Analytics start-up called Risk Monitors which was acquired by BlackRock, where he was an MD & Partner in the Risk Management Group. Richard left Blackrock to start and manage the North American business for Norkom Technologies which was later sold to BAE systems. Starting in 2010, Richard was the Director of SAP’s EMEA Capital Markets group for 6 years, where he helped grow the business across the EMEA region. Dr. Harmon holds a PhD in Economics with specialization in Econometrics from Georgetown University.

Senior Advisor, European Central Bank

Francis Gross

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Francis Gross is Senior Advisor in the Directorate General Statistics of the European Central Bank. His interests include developing vision and strategy for overcoming the dual disruption of rapid globalization and digitization, as well as designing and driving the implementation of concrete, feasible measures with transformational power to ultimately deliver measurement tools effective at the scale and speed of today’s finance, especially in a crisis. His immediate focus is on the “real world – data world” interface, primarily object identification. He serves on the Regulatory Oversight Committee of the Global LEI System (GLEIS) and has been instrumental in the emergence and development of the GLEIS. Prior to the ECB, Francis spent fifteen years in the automotive industry, eight of which at Mercedes, working mainly on globalisation, strategic alliances and business development. He holds an engineering degree from École Centrale des Arts et Manufactures, Paris, and an MBA from Henley Management College, UK

Director, Deloitte

Suchitra Nair

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Suchitra is a Director in Deloitte's EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy (Centre) and leads the Technological Innovation and Regulation work. She focuses on the strategic impact of regulation on innovation and the evolving response of regulators and regulated firms. She contributes to a number of industry working groups on innovation and broader regulatory policy and has authored pieces on cryptoassets, AI, regulatory sandboxes and the future of regulation. She was recently included in the Top 150 Women in Fintech Powerlist published by Innovate Finance. Prior to joining the Centre she led a number of large scale regulatory change projects for UK and international banks. She is a qualified Chartered Accountant and has also worked in Deloitte’s Audit and Corporate Finance teams.

Partner, Deloitte

Tom Bigham

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Tom is a Partner in Deloitte's Risk Advisory group, and leads their technology and digital risk management activities for Financial Services. Tom has more than 14 years’ experience of providing advisory and assurance services across the industry, and specialises in helping organisations innovate with confidence using emerging digtal technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robotics, blockchain, cloud and agile / devops solutions.

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