FIMA 2017

November 08-November 09, 2017

QEII Centre, London

Contact Us: 44 (0) 207 036 1345

Thursday 9th November 2017

Adding Value through Insight and Innovation

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM Coffee and Networking

Take a refreshment and start networking.

8:45 AM - 9:00 AM Chairman’s Welcome

Find out how data organisations in capital markets will need to adapt to the new external environment, emerging technologies and different pressures on team skills and profiles.

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Opening Keynote Presentation – How to Design a Transformational Data Strategy that Adds Even More Value to Your Business in a Fast Changing IT Landscape

Rakshit Kapoor, Group Chief Data Officer, HSBC
Meet and learn from the new global chief data officer for HSBC as he sets out his new data strategy. Building on the outstanding work done by his predecessor Peter Serenita, Rakshit will explain how he plans to develop new data capabilities that will add even more value to the business.
• Plans and priorities for the HSBC chief data office in 2018
• How to improve on a high performing data organisation so that it is fit for the future
• How to capture all the benefits of emerging technologies as you implement your new data strategy
• How to ready your global data teams for seismic shifts in the political, regulatory and technology landscapes ahead of Brexit


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Rakshit Kapoor

Group Chief Data Officer
HSBC

9:30 AM - 10:10 AM CDO Panel Discussion with Live Polling – Finding the Right Balance Between Offensive and Defensive Data Management to Respond to Your Business’ Ever Changing Requirements

Christophe Tummers, Head of Service Line Data, Group Data Management Ade Agbede, Global Head of Data Services Integration, Blackrock Adam Preston, Chief Data Officer, Santander GCB Rakshit Kapoor, Group Chief Data Officer, HSBC
Find out how to move seamlessly between fundamental and advanced data management as and when your business needs. Drawing on their experience implementing very different data strategies to suit a variety of business requirements these senior leaders will offer proven strategies to balance fundamental data management with more advanced analysis and insight.
• Why is everyone talking about ‘offensive’ and ‘defensive’ data management today?
• Lessons learned from doing too much of one and not enough of the other
• How to move your global data office from delivering fundamental data management to advanced data capabilities in record time
• Finding the right balance for your business and creating flexibility in your data strategy to respond to changing requirements

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Christophe Tummers

Head of Service Line Data
Group Data Management
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Ade Agbede

Global Head of Data Services Integration
Blackrock
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Adam Preston

Chief Data Officer
Santander GCB
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Rakshit Kapoor

Group Chief Data Officer
HSBC
Discover the value your data organisation will be capable of delivering to the business as emerging technologies open up new opportunities for you to take advantage of. Examining the latest breakthroughs in data management innovation to smarter thinking around processes and skills in your team, this discussion will address all the hottest topics today.
• How to build a culture that fosters enterprise-wide data innovation
• How to move beyond fundamental data management to open up new data capabilities your business will benefit from
• Which tools will genuinely help you maximise the value you can deliver to your business from your data in the future?
• Tips and advice to get stronger buy in from senior leadership for continuous investment in new data capabilities

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Afsheen Afshar

Chief Data Science Officer, CIB
JP Morgan Chase & Co
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Gary Goldberg

Chief Data Officer
Mizuho International
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James Harwood-Bridgen

Chief Data Officer
HSBC Asset Management
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Graham Smith

Head of Data Innovation
Royal Bank of Scotland
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Richard Newman

SVP, Global Director of Content and Technology Solutions
FactSet

10:50 AM - 11:30 AM Coffee Break

Grab a coffee or tea and start networking.

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM How to Leverage Analytics to Seamlessly Transform Your Unstructured Data into Actionable Intelligence

Bill Pryor, Global Head of Data and Analytics, Citi
Learn how Citi Group continue to invest big in analytics to drive real business value from their data from one of the most experienced data analytics experts in the industry. Bill will offer you lessons learned and tips and advice to help you transform your unstructured data into intelligence your senior leaders will value as they seek to manage risk in a more informed way.
• How has data technology evolved to become what it is today?
• Pros and cons: report vs. data centric operating model
• How to seamlessly move from unstructured to structured data
• How to achieve data and software harmony
• Overcoming cultural mindset challenges to ensure analytics is more widely adopted

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Bill Pryor

Global Head of Data and Analytics
Citi

12:00 PM - 12:20 PM How is Data Analytics Transforming the Way Data Organisations Add Value to the Business?

Mark Perrett, Head of Financial Services Consulting, Teradata International
Find out how the range of analytical techniques is increasing and how this opportunity can underpin fundamental business transformation in terms of how value is generated.
• The ability to exploit data at scale is becoming increasingly commoditised
• Organisations need to formalise their processes and methods for benefiting from this trend.
• Developing a strategic perspective on analytics and how insights are productionised will be a critical differentiator in the future.

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Mark Perrett

Head of Financial Services Consulting
Teradata International

12:20 PM - 1:00 PM Fireside Chat with Live Polling - Exploring the Ripple Effect of PSD2 and Open Banking on Enterprise Data Management in the Global Financial Services Sector

Robert White, Director of Payment Industry Oversight, Banco Santander David Hayes, Chief Data Officer UK, Banco Santander Chris Michael, Chair, UK Cross-industry Open Banking Technical Working Group James Whittle, Director of International Standards, Payments UK
Discover how Open Banking will transform the way payment data is managed, the ripple effect for the entire global financial services sector and how attitudes to data privacy will shift and change as a result. Access leading experts in one place to find out all the answers.
• How PSD2 is changing the way banking is being done in Europe
• What are the implications of Open Banking for all sectors of the financial services industry?
• How Open Banking will provide access to Fintech that can genuinely add value to your business
• 3 key challenges ahead for the European banking sector you should be aware of

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Robert White

Director of Payment Industry Oversight
Banco Santander
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David Hayes

Chief Data Officer UK
Banco Santander
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Chris Michael

Chair
UK Cross-industry Open Banking Technical Working Group
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James Whittle

Director of International Standards
Payments UK

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Lunch

Enjoy more time to network with your new contacts.

TRACK A – Optimising Data Quality

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM Fireside Chat - How to Improve the Quality, Standardisation and Distribution of your Data to Increase Transparency and Mitigate Risk

Giancarlo Pellizzari, Head of Supervisory Statistics Division, Directorate General Statistics , European Central Bank Ger Roeleven, Head of Mission and Supervisor, Dutch Central Bank Dennis Kessler, Head of Data Governance, European Investment Bank
Discover how to achieve consistent data quality and harness emerging technologies to improve the way data is maintained and shared from this international panel of experts. Benefit from their lessons learned and find out more about their vision for the future of data management.
• Market trends and developments impacting Central Banks today
• How data sharing between and by Central Banks is evolving
• Examining the key benefits of standardising data
• New constraints on data collection, quality management and distribution
• How data analytics is transforming approaches by (Central) Banks to data management

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Giancarlo Pellizzari

Head of Supervisory Statistics Division, Directorate General Statistics
European Central Bank
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Ger Roeleven

Head of Mission and Supervisor
Dutch Central Bank
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Dennis Kessler

Head of Data Governance
European Investment Bank

TRACK A – Optimising Data Quality

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM Panel of Experts - Recent Breakthroughs that will Enable You to Improve the Overall Integrity and Consistency of Your Data in the Future

Bill Blythe, Global Business Development Director, Gresham Tech Lynn Watts, Head of Data Governance, Lloyds Banking Group Andy Morgan, Director, Architecture, Mizuho Anusha Jogi, Operations Data Management Office Lead, UBS
As new technologies continue to disrupt data usage and quality find out how this panel of experts see architecture, processes, skills and tools evolving to play new roles in the future of data quality in capital markets.
• Big breakthroughs in technology and skills impacting the way data quality will be optimised in the future
• Key considerations when designing data architectures to enable continuous improvement in data quality
• How to harness the full potential of innovation in data quality to measurably improve the consistency of your data
• How to approach training your future data teams to sustain your data quality strategy

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Bill Blythe

Global Business Development Director
Gresham Tech
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Lynn Watts

Head of Data Governance
Lloyds Banking Group
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Andy Morgan

Director, Architecture
Mizuho
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Anusha Jogi

Operations Data Management Office Lead
UBS

TRACK B – Future Data Architecture

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM Rethinking Your Data Architecture to Facilitate the Data Culture You Need for the Future

Neville Homer, Head of Reference Data and Data Services, Royal Bank of Scotland Olivier Rose, Head of Projects and International Data Management, Societe Generale Securities Services
As expectations of your data users rapidly change in response to regulatory pressures and breakthroughs in technology make sure you are capturing all their needs and requirements as you design and implement new data architecture. Benefit from Olivier’s lessons learned as he reveals the future of international data management at Societe Generale.
• What are the key measures of data culture you need to focus on today?
• What are the implications of the self-service model for the future of data usage
• How to engage your business line leaders in co-designing the next data architecture
• How will disruptive technologies such as Machine Learning and AI impact the culture of data management and the design of future data architectures?

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Olivier Rose

Head of Projects and International Data Management
Societe Generale Securities Services
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Neville Homer

Head of Reference Data and Data Services
Royal Bank of Scotland

TRACK B – Future Data Architecture

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM New Insights from Pentaho

Senior Leader, Pentaho

Keep visiting the FIMA Europe website for more information about this session


Find out how to design and implement data architecture that empowers your teams to continuously adapt and respond to data requirements of MIFID II as well as other key regulations. Address all your technical, strategy and implementation questions during this interactive session.
• How to engage business line leaders in co-specifying requirements for new data architecture
• How to design for continuous improvements in data architecture to respond to new regulations as they are introduced
• 3 innovative ways to future proof your data architecture to harness capabilities of emerging technologies

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Jessica Hainey

Department Head, Product Reference Data Technology
Morgan Stanley
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Warren Smith

Managing Director, Global Head of Cross Divisional Architecture and Projects
Goldman Sachs
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Lakshmi Thyagarajan

Director, Strategy and Business Architecture
Credit Suisse

TRACK C – Data Innovation, Analytics and Visualisation

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM How to Navigate the Increasingly Complex World of Fintech to Tap the Latest Innovations in Data Analytics and Visualisation

James Longstaff, Vice President, Data Architecture, Deutsche Bank
Find out about the latest breakthroughs in data management from James as he reveals Deutsche Bank’s initiative to tap the constantly shifting Fintech ecosystem. Discovery, speed, flexible architecture and lower costs are just some of the advantages start-ups can offer. But which ones should you be working with? And what is the risk? Find out during this interactive session.
• How the Fintech universe is evolving to offer new value to data leaders
• How to identify and work with Fintech who will fit with your business’ data culture
• 3 examples of start-ups transforming the way data will be visualised in the future
• Major challenges to prepare for when integrating Fintech solutions alongside legacy systems

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James Longstaff

Vice President, Data Architecture
Deutsche Bank

TRACK C – Data Innovation, Analytics and Visualisation

2:20 PM - 2:40 PM New Insights from Qlik

Duncan Ash, Senior Director, Global Financial Services, Qlik
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Duncan Ash

Senior Director, Global Financial Services
Qlik
Find out how to prepare your enterprise data, put the best technologies in place, upskill your teams and develop the right culture to maximise the performance of your data analytics strategy. Drawing on years of experience in the biggest banks this panel of experts will help you get more from your existing data analytics programmes.

• How to ensure your enterprise data is optimised for analysis
• Which technologies should you invest in to maximise the capabilities of your analytics tools?
• How to continuously improve training on analytics for your global data teams
• Embedding the right data culture to ensure data analysis becomes a habit

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Tarun Chudasama

Head of Information Management
Investec Asset Management
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Bill Pryor

Global Head of Data and Analytics
Citi
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James Longstaff

Vice President, Data Architecture
Deutsche Bank
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Boris Gregus

Design Authority - Chief Data Office, Data and Analytics Services
Royal Bank of Scotland

TRACK D – Market Data Partnerships

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM How to Quickly and Precisely Identify Innovative Data Vendors in a Fast-Changing Market Data Landscape

Hauke van der Meer, Head of Market Data Vendor Management, NN Investment Partners
As data vendors continue to innovate, data fees rise and pressure to manage data costs mounts, what does a successful market data management strategy look like? Find out from an expert how to take advantage of new market dynamics to achieve a better balance in your market data strategy.
• Risks and opportunities as the global market data landscape continues to consolidate
• How to differentiate between market data vendors to identify the best one for your business
• What does a good relationship with a data vendor look and feel like?
• How will the future of data vendor management be augmented by AI and Machine Learning?

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Hauke van der Meer

Head of Market Data Vendor Management
NN Investment Partners

TRACK D – Market Data Partnerships

2:20 PM - 3:20 PM Panel of Experts - Building More Beneficial Relationships with Vendors to Meet Your Business’ Evolving Needs for Market Data

Stuart Burrows, Global Head of Market Data, Schroders Matt Durkin, Head of Market Data, Fidelity Lucille Brusson, Team Lead Market Data Management and Sourcing, Uniper Claudio Salinardi, Managing Director EMEA, Pricing & Analytics, ICE Data Services
Discuss and debate what you are aiming to solve from a market data operating perspective with this panel of international experts. Examine drivers of change in market data management, how more beneficial relationships can be formed with data vendors and how vendors will solve market data problems in the future.
• What constitutes a “beneficial relationship”?
• Current, common challenges and how we use our vendors to solve for these
• What is driving changes in business needs – strategy, growth, regulation, cost?
• Where and how can you lead your business?

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Stuart Burrows

Global Head of Market Data
Schroders
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Matt Durkin

Head of Market Data
Fidelity
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Lucille Brusson

Team Lead Market Data Management and Sourcing
Uniper
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Claudio Salinardi

Managing Director EMEA, Pricing & Analytics
ICE Data Services

3:20 PM - 4:00 PM Coffee Break

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

TRACK A – Optimising Data Quality

4:00 PM - 4:40 PM Fireside Chat - How to Make Data Quality a Risk Measure Your Business Continuously Buys Into

Mitch Melling, Data Issues Manager, Northern Trust Asset Servicing Nicole Brooks, Global Head of Data Quality Group Data Services, HSBC Jessica Hainey, Department Head, Product Reference Data Technology, Morgan Stanley
As data continues to become ever more central to overall business strategy it is crucial you have proven strategies in place to fix data issues quickly, continuously deliver high quality data across your enterprise and demonstrate how data is solving real-world problems. Discover new strategies to raise the profile of data quality as an effective risk measure from this panel of international experts.
• How are different banks measuring the performance of their data quality strategies?
• Real-world examples of where investment in data quality led to greater risk mitigation
• How to get even more buy-in to your data quality strategy from senior management to help your business manage risk in the future
• Which new technologies will enable you to demonstrate to your business leaders the value of investing in data quality?

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Mitch Melling

Data Issues Manager
Northern Trust Asset Servicing
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Nicole Brooks

Global Head of Data Quality Group Data Services
HSBC
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Jessica Hainey

Department Head, Product Reference Data Technology
Morgan Stanley

TRACK B – Future Data Architecture

4:00 PM - 4:40 PM Fireside Chat - How to Capture Innovation in Data Usage and Build it into Your Future Architecture

James Longstaff, Vice President, Data Architecture, Deutsche Bank Olivier Rose, Head of Projects and International Data Management, Societe Generale Securities Services Mahendra Jape, Former Head of Data Governance, GE Capital
Unexpected data usage can often be a source of innovation. But how do you capture and incorporate new techniques to enable more users around the business to benefit from the new approach too? Find out how data leaders with different roles make sure innovation in data usage continues to inform the future of data architecture in their organisations.
• Examples of data usage innovation leading to increase in performance and cost reduction
• How to detect innovation in data usage across your data enterprise to ensure it is being captured at source
• How to encourage a culture of experimentation to improve the chances of data usage innovation
• 3 emerging technologies that make data usage innovation easier to spot and harness

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James Longstaff

Vice President, Data Architecture
Deutsche Bank
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Olivier Rose

Head of Projects and International Data Management
Societe Generale Securities Services
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Mahendra Jape

Former Head of Data Governance
GE Capital

TRACK C – Data Innovation, Analytics and Visualisation

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM How to Design a Data Strategy that Captures all the Benefits of New Analytics Capabilities as They Become Available

Boris Gregus, Design Authority - Chief Data Office, Data and Analytics Services, Royal Bank of Scotland
Find out how to future-proof your data strategy so you can seamlessly integrate and drive adoption of new analytics tools as they become available. Plus, benefit from the next generation of data capabilities without losing access to high performing legacy systems by carefully combining the two approaches in a single strategy.
• How to develop a flexible data strategy that enables a plug and play capability
• 3 key advantages investing in better analytics will deliver over your current data strategy
• What needs to be accomplished in your existing data analytics strategy before you can start benefiting from advanced AI and Machine Learning?
• How to engage data analytics vendors in co-designing your future data strategy to stay ahead of the technology curve

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Boris Gregus

Design Authority - Chief Data Office, Data and Analytics Services
Royal Bank of Scotland

TRACK C – Data Innovation, Analytics and Visualisation

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM Leveraging Trifacta to Foster a Data-Driven Culture with Self-Service Data Preparation

Senior Leader, Trifacta

Self-service data preparation enables a diversity of users to develop department-specific insights around communal datasets. In the case of product usage behaviour, find out how these tools and processes can reduce upfront development costs for analytics infrastructure as well as encourage novel analyses that directly address business needs.
• Assessing product usage behaviour
• Log collection for self-service consumption
• Separating ad hoc analysis and productionised analytics pipelines

Often selecting a market data vendor comes down to cost as your budget continues to get squeezed. However, some vendors are offering innovative pricing and packages without reducing quality. So how do you find the right vendors for your budget whilst delivering the highest quality data to your business?
• Rethinking how to measure the value of your market data to avoid paying more for what your business doesn’t actually need
• How to find and work with innovative data vendors who have packages for all budgets
• How to build trust and receive better rates from data vendors in the future
• Where can emerging technologies such as AI and Machine Learning help you select the best market data in the future?

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Søren Morten Dambæk

Global Head of Market Data Management and Client & Platform Configuration
Saxo Bank
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Hauke van der Meer

Head of Market Data Vendor Management
NN Investment Partners
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Ian Shrubsole

Head of Market Data
Invesco

4:40 PM - 4:45 PM Transit Time

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

4:45 PM - 5:10 PM Visionary Address – How to Build Awareness and Engagement to Continuously Advance Data Management in Your Organisation

Glenda Crisp, Senior Vice President and Chief Data Officer, TDBank
Find out how Glenda and Mary use behavioural science and close collaboration with business partners to develop an effective strategy to raise awareness of the benefits of data management inside and outside the business.
• Why TD Bank decided to invest in a major data communication and awareness plan
• How to gain buy in from senior management for continuous improvement of your data management
• Leveraging behavioural science to improve the way your business interacts with data
• How to develop an effective communication strategy to foster ongoing best practice data management

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Glenda Crisp

Senior Vice President and Chief Data Officer
TDBank

5:10 PM - 5:15 PM Chairman’s Summary

Find out what the Chairman took away from today’s sessions as you make your own conclusions.

5:15 PM - 5:20 PM End of Conference

Thanks for attending, see you next year!