FIMA 2018

November 27-November 28, 2018

QEII Centre, London

Contact Us: 44 (0) 207 036 1345

Wednesday 8th November 2017

Generating New Opportunities from Data

7:45 AM - 8:45 AM Welcome, Registration, Refreshments

Collect your pass, take a refreshment and start networking.

8:45 AM - 8:50 AM Organiser’s Welcome – Tom Webber (Conference)

Find out how in-depth research with your peers led to the creation of this year’s programme and say hello to your neighbour

8:50 AM - 9:00 AM Chairperson’s Welcome Address

Chris Bannocks, Group Chief Data Officer, ING
Find out how the macro economic environment is creating new opportunities for the data leader today.

img

Chris Bannocks

Group Chief Data Officer
ING

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM State of the Profession Address - The Evolution of the Financial Industry Data Profession: Governance to Business Value

Peter Serenita, Chief Data Officer, Scotiabank
As Brexit looms on the horizon, the regulatory landscape on either side of the Atlantic continues to shift and technology disrupts data management more than ever before, your data organisation faces fundamental challenges and new ones too. Find out how to position your data organisation for success and protect your business from new risks by delivering best practice data management whilst harnessing next generation data capabilities from this highly respected global data expert.

img

Peter Serenita

Chief Data Officer
Scotiabank
Learn how COOs from Investment Banks and Asset Management firms see the role of the Chief Data Office evolving to identify and mitigate risk as well as create new opportunities for the business needs in the future including Simon Gordon, COO Risk, Barclays.

img

Simon Gordon

Head of Risk Information Services
Barclays
img

Chad Giussani

Head, Operations Transaction Reporting Compliance
Standard Chartered Bank
img

Peter Serenita

Chief Data Officer
Scotiabank
img

Ronald Oudendijk

Chief Data Officer, Finance
ING
Learn proven strategies from highly experienced European Chief Data Officers to accelerate cultural change and realise your data vision sooner. Drawing on recent initiatives, the panellists will offer you real-world examples of how to embed a data culture in the most challenging business environments.
• How to achieve the strongest mandate from the business for your data strategy to ensure it sticks
• Identifying and working with data champions and stewards in a close network that empowers data users across the business
• How to choose and implement the right data management solutions within budget
• Creating a clear vision for the future of data in your business that all data users buy into


img

Roberto Maranca

Chief Data Officer
Lloyd Banking Group
img

Andrew Barnett

Chief Data Officer
Legal & General
img

Adam Preston

Chief Data Officer
Banco Santander GCB
img

Gary Goldberg

Chief Data Officer
Mizuho
img

Marion Leslie

Managing Director, Financial and Risk Enterprise
Thomson Reuters

10:40 AM - 11:20 AM Coffee Break

Grab a coffee or tea and start networking.

Keep visiting this page for more information about this session

img

Jo Coutuer

Chief Data Officer
BNP Paribas Fortis
img

Adam Markson

Managing Director, Finance & Risk
Accenture
img

Dr Daniel Stamate

Leader Data Science & Soft Computing Lab
University of London

Fernando Lucini

Managing Director, AI
Accenture Digital

Andy Alexander

Head of EMEA Data Science
JP Morgan

12:00 PM - 12:40 PM Regulations Panel and Live Polling - How to Move Beyond Normal Reporting Performance to Deliver Even More Granular Data to Regulators

John Bottega, Senior Advisor , EDM Council Robin Doyle, Managing Director for Office of Regulatory Affairs, JP Morgan Oliver Burrows, Chief Data Officer, Bank of England Francis Gross, Senior Advisor, European Central Bank
Discover how to transform the way you report to regulators by adopting techniques that deliver even more detail from your data. Offering multiple perspectives from senior leaders from a leading investment bank, a national bank and a central bank this discussion will provide you with a comprehensive view on how to optimise your data-led reporting strategy.
• How the risk environment is evolving and the implications for future regulatory change
• What regulators are looking for from all financial services organisations seeking to comply with data-led regulations
• How to deliver even more granular detail to meet regulatory requirements faster and more precisely
• The role of technology in developing a more robust approach to regulatory reporting


img

John Bottega

Senior Advisor
EDM Council
img

Robin Doyle

Managing Director for Office of Regulatory Affairs
JP Morgan
img

Oliver Burrows

Chief Data Officer
Bank of England
img

Francis Gross

Senior Advisor
European Central Bank

12:40 PM - 12:45 PM Introducing the FIMA Awards - Nicole Dominguez, Director, FIMA Awards

12:45 PM - 12:50 PM Guest Speaker Teaser Session - How to Start Leading the Change

Ravi Rao, Author , ‘Emotional Business’

Ravi Rao

Author
‘Emotional Business’

12:50 PM - 2:00 PM Lunch

Enjoy more time to network with your new contacts

12:50 PM - 2:00 PM Masterclass: Elevate Your Customer’s Experience with GDPR

François Ruiter, Product Marketing Manager, Quadient
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is gaining attention as its implementation date quickly approaches with the risk of high fines and severe reputational damage at stake. However, there is also an opportunity to elevate your customers’ experience by demonstrating diligence and respect for their data privacy rights through timely and professional response and reaction. During this session, we will focus in on the rights of the data subject (your customer), common questions and concerns that arise in meeting customer data requests (for access, modification and removal) and best practices to turn these regulatory requirements into a competitive differentiator.

img

François Ruiter

Product Marketing Manager
Quadient

Click to see TRACK A - Regulatory Reporting Best Practice

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM CDO Perspective - Why a Strong Chief Data Office is the Best Step toward Ongoing Compliance

Elaine Priest, Chief Data Officer, Royal Bank of Scotland Adam Preston, Chief Data Officer, Banco Santander GCB
Meet and learn from Elaine, recently appointed Chief Data Officer for the Royal Bank of Scotland as she sets out her plan to improve how the business leverages data for tighter regulatory reporting and overall compliance. Specifically Elaine will draw on her experience meeting requirements of the principal led regulation BCBS239, which is much more than just a regulation about risk data.
• How to measure your improvements in regulatory reporting and overall compliance to continuously generate better outcomes for your business
• Examining the lessons learned responding to BCBS239 to identify new, effective approaches in compliance to consider adopting
• Why a strong chief data office, governance and data strategy can make all the difference when meeting regulatory requirements
• How RBS will manage data requirements of overlapping regulations in the future
img

Elaine Priest

Chief Data Officer
Royal Bank of Scotland
img

Adam Preston

Chief Data Officer
Banco Santander GCB

Click to see TRACK A - Regulatory Reporting Best Practice

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM How Aligning Corporate and Regulatory Dialects can Optimise Risk Management

Adam Preston, Chief Data Officer, Banco Santander GCB Jon Sweet, CEO, Lysis Financial
Keep visiting the FIMA Europe website for more information about this session
img

Adam Preston

Chief Data Officer
Banco Santander GCB

Jon Sweet

CEO
Lysis Financial

Click to see TRACK A - Regulatory Reporting Best Practice

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Fireside Chat - What will be the Impact of Incoming Regulations Such as MIFID II and GDPR on the Future Structure, Role and Responsibilities of Your Data Organisation?

Elaine Priest, Chief Data Officer, Royal Bank of Scotland Martijn Groot, Vice President Product Management, Asset Control Adam Preston, Chief Data Officer, Banco Santander GCB Dennis Kessler, Head of Data Governance, European Investment Bank Peter Serenita, Chief Data Officer, Scotiabank
Discover how your data organisation will need to adapt to meet the requirements of multiple regulations as the deadline for compliance with MIFID II is extended and GDPR approaches. Have you got the right structure in place? Is your existing governance strategy flexible enough to respond? Find out by putting your questions to this panel of experts.
• How to structure your data organisation to respond to increasing, overlapping regulations
• What approach should you take to developing the right governance strategy in light of upcoming regulatory deadlines for MIFID II and GDPR
• Which team profile will enable you to successfully meet all regulatory requirements faster and more precisely?
• How can technology accelerate your response to multiple regulatory requirements?
img

Elaine Priest

Chief Data Officer
Royal Bank of Scotland
img

Martijn Groot

Vice President Product Management
Asset Control
img

Adam Preston

Chief Data Officer
Banco Santander GCB
img

Dennis Kessler

Head of Data Governance
European Investment Bank
img

Peter Serenita

Chief Data Officer
Scotiabank

TRACK B - Data Quality Management

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM Case Study - Data Quality Implementation in the Light of Available Technology, Cost Consciousness and Continued Regulatory Pressure

Emma Movitz, Head of Group Function Information and Reporting, Nordea Bert van de Haar , Group Head Data Governance, ING
Find out how to dramatically improve your data quality during this joint presentation from Nordea’s senior data reporting expert. Drawing on a recent experience complying with IFRS9 to reduce risk to the business, Emma will outline lessons learned and offer advice about how to optimise collaboration with your internal stakeholders.
• How IFRS9 is changing the appetite to risk
• How to avoid losing value by responding to IFRS9 through a better data quality strategy
• What are the strategic implications of IFRS9 for the future of your data organisation?
• How to achieve compliance through collaboration with your business stakeholders

img

Emma Movitz

Head of Group Function Information and Reporting
Nordea
img

Bert van de Haar

Group Head Data Governance
ING

TRACK B - Data Quality Management

2:30 PM - 2:40 PM Delivering Effective Data Quality Solutions into the Hands of Business Users

Nick Stammers, Vice President, UK and Northern Europe, Ataccama Bert van de Haar , Group Head Data Governance, ING
img

Nick Stammers

Vice President, UK and Northern Europe
Ataccama
img

Bert van de Haar

Group Head Data Governance
ING

TRACK B - Data Quality Management

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Panel of Experts - How to Deliver Data Quality that Empowers Your Business as Part of Your Overarching Data Strategy

Bert van de Haar , Group Head Data Governance, ING Anusha Jogi, Operations Data Management Office Lead, UBS Mark Davies, Data Services Manager, Thomson Reuters
Find out how to strengthen your overall data strategy by focusing in on data quality management best practice that meets all your client’s needs. Addressing key challenges from engaging clients in co-developing your approach to data quality to designing a sustainable data quality strategy this discussion will help you develop a more robust approach to data management.
• Understanding the business case (s) to tackle real business problems that needs to be solved with data
• Creating organizational incentives and processes in order to successfully design the strategy
• Demonstrate why spending the time (and money) on DQ matters
• How to design and implement a sustainable data quality management strategy today that is fit for your business’ needs in the future

img

Bert van de Haar

Group Head Data Governance
ING
img

Anusha Jogi

Operations Data Management Office Lead
UBS
img

Mark Davies

Data Services Manager
Thomson Reuters

TRACK C - Evolution of Data Architecture

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM Case Study - Challenging Traditional Thinking around Applied Data Architecture

Ajith Dharwar, Senior Vice President, Data Architecture , Deutsche Bank Asset Management Mady Korada, Independent Data Expert, .
Find out how to design and implement data architectures that simplify access, protection and distribution of your enterprise data. Not only will this enable you to focus on improving data governance and gaining more control over your data it will also free your data team up to focus on harnessing next generation data capabilities.
• What are the key drivers defining the needs of data architecture design today?
• How to effectively bring together disparate data sets from across your business into one central hub
• How to build simplicity into your multi-country data architecture
• How to measure and continuously deliver simplicity in your data strategy

Ajith Dharwar

Senior Vice President, Data Architecture
Deutsche Bank Asset Management
img

Mady Korada

Independent Data Expert
.

TRACK C - Evolution of Data Architecture

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM Adapting Data Management Framework Beyond Minimal Viable Compliance

Roy Kirby, Head of Product Propositions, Six Financial Mady Korada, Independent Data Expert, .
Keep visiting the FIMA Europe website for more information about this session
img

Roy Kirby

Head of Product Propositions
Six Financial
img

Mady Korada

Independent Data Expert
.

TRACK C - Evolution of Data Architecture

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Fireside Chat - How to Implement New Data Architectures without Altering Existing Legacy Frameworks and Incurring Additional Cost

Mady Korada, Independent Data Expert, . Ajith Dharwar, Senior Vice President, Data Architecture , Deutsche Bank Asset Management Jessica Hainey, Head of Product Reference Data Technology, MorganStanley
Find out how to develop better data architectures to manage both structured and unstructured data across your enterprise. Unlock new value from your data without dramatically altering your existing data frameworks or adding new cost.
• 3 key considerations as you seek to replace legacy architecture?
• How to engage the business in buying into the required investment for improved data architecture
• How to successfully manage the migration to new data architectures without altering legacy systems
• Key benefits of implementing new data architectures including real-time analysis of your structured and unstructured data
img

Mady Korada

Independent Data Expert
.

Ajith Dharwar

Senior Vice President, Data Architecture
Deutsche Bank Asset Management
img

Jessica Hainey

Head of Product Reference Data Technology
MorganStanley

TRACK D - Client Data Connectivity

2:00 PM - 2:25 PM Panel of Experts - Lessons Learned from HSBC’s Ongoing Journey to Consistent Client Data Maintenance

Adam Markson, Managing Director, Finance & Risk, Accenture Julia Sutton, Head, Group Customer Data Strategy, HSBC Paul Cullender, Programme Director - Group Customer & Ref Data, HSBC Paul Ashby, Chief Executive Officer, ICX4
img

Adam Markson

Managing Director, Finance & Risk
Accenture
img

Julia Sutton

Head, Group Customer Data Strategy
HSBC
img

Paul Cullender

Programme Director - Group Customer & Ref Data
HSBC
img

Paul Ashby

Chief Executive Officer
ICX4

TRACK D - Client Data Connectivity

2:25 PM - 2:45 PM How to Continuously Deliver and Measure Investment Returns from Your Data Quality

Adam Markson, Managing Director, Finance & Risk, Accenture Lance Risi, Senior Analyst, Product Management, S&P Global Market Intelligence
img

Adam Markson

Managing Director, Finance & Risk
Accenture
img

Lance Risi

Senior Analyst, Product Management
S&P Global Market Intelligence

TRACK D - Client Data Connectivity

2:45 PM - 3:20 PM Fireside Chat - How to Use Enterprise Data to Optimise Your Client On-boarding Strategy as Pressure Mounts to Manage Counter Party Risk

Neville Homer, Head of RWA Reference Data and Data Services, Royal Bank of Scotland Kelvin Dickenson, Vice President, Compliance and Entity Data, Opus Global Adam Markson, Managing Director, Finance & Risk, Accenture Julia Sutton, Head, Group Customer Data Strategy, HSBC
img

Neville Homer

Head of RWA Reference Data and Data Services
Royal Bank of Scotland
img

Kelvin Dickenson

Vice President, Compliance and Entity Data
Opus Global
img

Adam Markson

Managing Director, Finance & Risk
Accenture
img

Julia Sutton

Head, Group Customer Data Strategy
HSBC

TRACK E - Mastering Data Governance

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM Managing and Governing Data in a Modern Complex Organisation at a Time of Unprecedented Change and Uncertainty

John Bottega, Senior Advisor , EDM Council Dennis Kessler, Head of Data Governance, European Investment Bank
img

John Bottega

Senior Advisor
EDM Council
img

Dennis Kessler

Head of Data Governance
European Investment Bank

TRACK E - Mastering Data Governance

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM How to Use Metadata Management and Analysis Using Graph Technology to Optimise Data Governance

Jesus Barrasa, Director Telecoms Practice, Neo4J John Bottega, Senior Advisor , EDM Council
img

Jesus Barrasa

Director Telecoms Practice
Neo4J
img

John Bottega

Senior Advisor
EDM Council

TRACK E - Mastering Data Governance

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Panel of Experts - How to Meet all Your Business’ Data Requirements in a Multi-jurisdiction Operational Environment whilst Avoiding Complexity

Mahendra Jape, Former Head of Data Governance, GE Capital Richard Withers, Former Head of Data Governance, Aldermore Bank Ben Marsh, Chief Executive Officer, iMeta Technologies Mike Vessey, Head of Data Governance, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority John Bottega, Senior Advisor , EDM Council
img

Mahendra Jape

Former Head of Data Governance
GE Capital
img

Richard Withers

Former Head of Data Governance
Aldermore Bank
img

Ben Marsh

Chief Executive Officer
iMeta Technologies
img

Mike Vessey

Head of Data Governance
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
img

John Bottega

Senior Advisor
EDM Council

3:20 PM - 4:00 PM Coffee Break

Grab a coffee and start networking with your peers in the exhibition.

TRACK A - Regulatory Reporting Best Practice

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM Fully Realising the Benefits of LEIs as You Respond to Multiple Regulatory Requirements in a Fast Changing Risk Environment

Adam Preston, Chief Data Officer, Banco Santander GCB Stephan Wolf, Chief Executive Officer, Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation
Discover how to leverage the benefits of the LEI program to avoid risk in an increasingly complex regulatory environment. As experts on LEIs, GLEIF is best positioned to offer new thinking around LEI for MIFID II and how to use LEIs to manage risk as you respond to other major upcoming regulations too.
• How the GLEIF plays a key role in the global financial services sector
• Assessing LEI adoption rates and feedback from investment banking and asset management firms
• How using LEIs will enable you to respond more effectively to MIFID II
• Horizon scanning: how risk is likely to evolve until 2021

img

Stephan Wolf

Chief Executive Officer
Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation
img

Adam Preston

Chief Data Officer
Banco Santander GCB
Given the wide ranging scope of recent regulations, find out how to overcome the huge challenge facing all data leaders today: how to successfully balance multiple requirements to meet ever increasing numbers of regulations each with major data elements. Get all your questions answered by this international panel of experts.
• What is the overlap in data requirements to expect from incoming regulations?
• How to balance improving transparency and compliance for regulators with the cost of resourcing the response to additional data requirements
• How can you leverage technology to improve access to and exchange of key data inside the business
• How to turn regulatory compliance into new opportunities for your business

img

Stephan Wolf

Chief Executive Officer
Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation
img

Dennis Kessler

Head of Data Governance
European Investment Bank
img

Olivier Rose

Head of International Data Management
Societe Generale
img

Joseph Turso

Vice President
The SmartStream Reference Data Utility
img

Adam Preston

Chief Data Officer
Banco Santander GCB
Discover new ways to engage your business in emerging technologies that can dramatically improve your data quality. Offering recent examples of how data quality issues have been fixed faster by leveraging new technologies and innovation this panel will provide you with new thinking in data quality management.
• What are the major challenges facing data quality teams today?
• Breakthroughs in technology that can measurably improve your data quality
• How do you reinvigorate DQ programs that seem to have lost momentum?
• Partnering with your business and suppliers to continuously enhance your data quality

img

Emma Movitz

Head of Group Function Information and Reporting
Nordea
img

Robin Doyle

Managing Director for Office of Regulatory Affairs
JP Morgan
img

Russell Brown

Head of Data Operations
Bloomberg Polarlake
img

Bert van de Haar

Group Head Data Governance
ING
img

Jessica Hainey

Head of Product Reference Data Technology
MorganStanley

TRACK C - Evolution of Data Architecture

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM Resolving the Metadata Madness

Mady Korada, Independent Data Expert, . Mandy Chessell, Master Inventor, IBM
Can’t easily locate or understand and govern your data? Learn how automated metadata management technology works and how it can transform your metadata and governance landscape across your enterprise. Also understand how you can get involved and help drive this important initiative with your technology supplier that will benefit the whole financial services sector.
• How to unlock your data from its technology silos to drive new levels of service and efficiencies
• Discover the benefits of unifying and automating metadata management
• How to ensure metadata is used in all data operations
• How the Apache Atlas from ING, IBM and HortonWorks provides an open source metadata repository, governance frameworks and interchange protocols

img

Mandy Chessell

Master Inventor
IBM
img

Mady Korada

Independent Data Expert
.

TRACK C - Evolution of Data Architecture

4:20 PM - 5:00 PM Fireside Chat - New Thinking, New Capabilities: How to Turn the Theory and Promise of New Data Architecture into a Practical Reality

Igor Lobanov, Head of Systems Architecture, Legal & General Investment Management Mady Korada, Independent Data Expert, . Lakshmi Thyagarajan, Data Analytics Director, Credit Suisse
Put all your questions to a panel of speakers from today’s sessions on data architecture to drill down into topics you want to focus on and get solutions to challenges you face. Fast-paced and high energy this session is highly interactive and will provoke new thinking.

img

Igor Lobanov

Head of Systems Architecture
Legal & General Investment Management
img

Mady Korada

Independent Data Expert
.
img

Lakshmi Thyagarajan

Data Analytics Director
Credit Suisse


img

Mitch Melling

Vice President – Data Manager, Enterprise Enablement
Northern Trust Asset Servicing
img

Robert Peers

Global Head of Middle Office Change Programmes
UBS
img

Alan Samuels

Head of Entity Data and Entity Verification
Bloomberg LP
img

Adam Markson

Managing Director, Finance & Risk
Accenture

Deepak Suresh

Head of Strategy and Transformation - Reference data services
Deutsche Bank

TRACK E - Mastering Data Governance

4:00 PM - 4:50 PM Panel of Experts - Rethinking How to Give Your Business Access to an Increasing Volume of Diverse Data without Creating New Siloes

Lynn Watts, Head of Data Governance, Lloyds Banking Group John Bottega, Senior Advisor , EDM Council Catriona Baldwin, Head of Data Governance, Credit Suisse Lucile Brusson , Lead in Market Data Management, Uniper Wagner Barboza, Pre-Sales Manager, NeoXam

img

Lynn Watts

Head of Data Governance
Lloyds Banking Group
img

Catriona Baldwin

Head of Data Governance
Credit Suisse
img

Lucile Brusson

Lead in Market Data Management
Uniper
img

Wagner Barboza

Pre-Sales Manager
NeoXam
img

John Bottega

Senior Advisor
EDM Council

TRACK E - Mastering Data Governance

4:50 PM - 5:00 PM Innovation Spotlight - Next Generation Regulatory Policy Automation

John Bottega, Senior Advisor , EDM Council Anastasia Dokuchaeva , Head Of Partnerships, ClauseMatch Elliot Burgess, Head of Product and Client Services, JWG
Next generation regulatory policy automation
Topic:
Having a problem with MiFID II, GDPR or FRTB compliance documentation? Come see our case study of how we automate the impact assessment of regulation on internal policies and procedures. You won’t believe how far we have now pushed the ability to deploy data lineage techniques to cut costs, increase quality and save time.
Detail:
In this session you will hear how RegTech leaders ClauseMatch and JWG’s RegDelta platform have:
• Ingested and enriched a persistent golden source of regulatory obligations
• Provided the platform for efficient, transparent and auditable rule interpretation
• Offered a single place repository where all policies and procedures are managed, updated and distributed
• Identified impacted frameworks, policies, standards and procedures
• Provided a collaborative and auditable policy drafting workflow for implementation teams
• Provided an approval process and an ability to track and report on status of impacted policy documents

img

Anastasia Dokuchaeva

Head Of Partnerships
ClauseMatch
img

Elliot Burgess

Head of Product and Client Services
JWG
img

John Bottega

Senior Advisor
EDM Council

5:00 PM - 5:05 PM Transit Time

Make your way back to the main auditorium to catch the visionary presentation on the Future of Data Science.

5:05 PM - 5:20 PM Leveraging ML: Making Your Data Work For You

Andy Alexander, Head of EMEA Data Science, JP Morgan

Andy Alexander

Head of EMEA Data Science
JP Morgan

Leading the Change

5:20 PM - 5:55 PM Guest Speaker – When Game-Changers Meet: Addressing both Data and Emotions

Ravi Rao, Author , ‘Emotional Business’
Find out more about Afsheen’s role and strategy as he leads a new position in the business to deliver deeper insights from data under management. As an independent structure the Data Science Office has unique resources and ambitions and is very much a part of the future of data at the bank.
• How to develop a strong central data and analytics platform to enable a successful data science function
• How to continue to show value from your new data science function to sustain buy in and credibility
• Skill sets to develop in support of your data science function: EQ, analytics, software engineering
• Key attributes of the successful data science office now and in the future

img

Ravi Rao

Author
‘Emotional Business’

5:55 PM - 6:00 PM Chairman’s Summary

Chris Bannocks, Group Chief Data Officer, ING
Find out what the Chairman took away from today’s sessions as you make your own conclusions.

img

Chris Bannocks

Group Chief Data Officer
ING

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Networking Drinks Reception

Relax and unwind with your colleagues over a drink and canapes.