FIMA Europe 2020

19 - 20 November, 2020

QEII Centre, London

44 (0) 207 036 1345

Day One – Tue 19 November 2019

8:00 am - 8:55 am Registration and Welcome Coffee

8:55 am - 9:00 am Assessing the Data Landscape in Global Financial Services Today

John Mason, Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office at Refinitiv

John Mason

Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office
Refinitiv

9:00 am - 9:20 am Opening Keynote with Live Polling – Lessons from the Front Line: 5 Sure Bets as You Build Your Data-Driven Business

• How to build the right data team to deliver your data strategy
• Old processes you can do without, new ones you can’t 
• Tools and technology that can genuinely help you deliver data driven business transformation
• Which partnerships inside and outside the business will be strategically important?

Gary Barr, Chief Data Officer at BNY Mellon

Gary Barr

Chief Data Officer
BNY Mellon

9:20 am - 9:40 am Keynote with Live Polling – How to Turn Data Governance into New Commercial Opportunities for Your Business

  • How can new regulation create new opportunities for your data?
  • How to turn investment in meeting regulations into new opportunities for your data organisation 
  • What are the measurable benefits of continuous investment in managing data and generating insights?
  • How to work with industry partners to transform your data into new revenue
Dr Adrian Pearce, Chief Data Officer at Credit Suisse

Dr Adrian Pearce

Chief Data Officer
Credit Suisse

9:40 am - 10:15 am Panel Discussion with Live Polling – How Can You Modernise Your Data Strategy to Optimise What You Have And be Poised to Take Advantage of Emerging Capabilities?

  • Why is a focus on data quality still a cornerstone of the strongest data strategy?
  • How can you build in flexibility and scale as you modernise your strategy to capture all the capabilities available today?
  • What kind of team do you need to build in order to extract even more insights from your data?
  • Which tools will be the most helpful as you seek to monetise your data?
Jo Coutuer, Chief Data Officer at BNP Paribas Fortis

Jo Coutuer

Chief Data Officer
BNP Paribas Fortis

Elaine Priest, Chief Data Officer at Royal Bank of Scotland

Elaine Priest

Chief Data Officer
Royal Bank of Scotland

Ronald  Oudendijk, Chief Data Officer, Finance at ING

Ronald Oudendijk

Chief Data Officer, Finance
ING

Jessica Hainey, Head of Data Technology at Morgan Stanley

Jessica Hainey

Head of Data Technology
Morgan Stanley

John Mason, Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office at Refinitiv

John Mason

Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office
Refinitiv

10:15 am - 10:55 am Networking Break

Innovating to Comply and Drive Growth

10:55 am - 11:20 am Leadership Interview - Key Principles of Data Ethics Required for Future Information Journeys to Effectively Manage Horizon Risk

  • How have attitudes to compliance evolved since 2008?
  • Different lessons learned leading compliance teams for global Banks, Asset Managers and Insurers
  • How can better practices – such as data management - contribute to the speed and accuracy of compliance?
  • What can compliance teams and their business partners today and in the future do to continuously innovate in the way they work with regulators?
Elaine Priest, Chief Data Officer at Royal Bank of Scotland

Elaine Priest

Chief Data Officer
Royal Bank of Scotland

Gary LaFever, Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder and General Counsel at Anonos

Gary LaFever

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder and General Counsel
Anonos

11:20 am - 11:40 am Keynote with Live Polling – Keynote with Live Polling – Data Passport: Is Your Financial Data Really Safe to Travel?

Frederic Messein, Head Product Proposition Management at SIX Financial Information

Frederic Messein

Head Product Proposition Management
SIX Financial Information

11:40 am - 12:15 pm Fireside Chat with Live Polling – How Can You Leverage Insights from Your Data to Reshape Your Organisation and Create New Value for Your Clients?


Edward Boag, Former Chief Data Officer at Amundi Pioneer

Edward Boag

Former Chief Data Officer
Amundi Pioneer

Andrea Smith, Head of EMEA Data Strategy at Bank of New York Mellon

Andrea Smith

Head of EMEA Data Strategy
Bank of New York Mellon

Mark Ainsworth, Head of Data Insight and Analytics at Schroders

Mark Ainsworth

Head of Data Insight and Analytics
Schroders

Lance Risi, Senior Analyst, Product Management at S&P Global Market Intelligence

Lance Risi

Senior Analyst, Product Management
S&P Global Market Intelligence

12:15 pm - 12:35 pm Keynote with Live Polling – How to Effectively Leverage AI, ML and Intelligent Automation to Manage Risk and Drive Compliance

  • Adopting ML, AI and Intelligent Automation as a transformative force: demystify complexity, augment the development lifecycle, manage trust and operationalize use cases
  • Manage Risks: concrete examples in risk identification, measurement & assessment, monitoring and management. 
  • Driving Compliance: How we use Cognitive Services and Intelligent Automation to increase AML investigation lifecycle efficiency?
  • The role of the Chief Data Officer in supporting the risk and compliance departments with these new technologies
Patrice Latinne, Practice Lead, Data and Analytics at EY Financial Services

Patrice Latinne

Practice Lead, Data and Analytics
EY Financial Services

  • What are the unique opportunities presented by the continuing revolution in data, analytics and intelligent automation?
  • New risks and fundamental changes to the nature of existing risks brought about by new techniques and technology 
  • How do we achieve the right balance between innovation and risk management?
  • How do we ensure that control is designed into new architectures, not applied retrospectively?
  • How do we build and retain the right blend of business and technology skills to operate in this new and rapidly evolving environment?
David Lindop, Partner, Data and Analytics at EY Financial Services

David Lindop

Partner, Data and Analytics
EY Financial Services

Rick Hawkins, Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Finance at HSBC

Rick Hawkins

Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Finance
HSBC

Marie Nemond, Chief Data Officer at Pictet Group

Marie Nemond

Chief Data Officer
Pictet Group

Harsharan Niijar, Chief Data Officer at Mizuho

Harsharan Niijar

Chief Data Officer
Mizuho

John Mallinder, Senior Cloud Solution Architect, Data and AI at Microsoft

John Mallinder

Senior Cloud Solution Architect, Data and AI
Microsoft

1:10 pm - 2:10 pm Networking Lunch

1:10 pm - 2:10 pm MarkLogic Lunch Workshop: How Conventional Approaches to Managing Data are Out-of-Date and Failing

Explore how next-generation data management platforms and managed services are enabling organisations to exploit their data more quickly, more cost-effectively and with greater agility
Giles Nelson, Chief Technology Officer, Financial Services at MarkLogic

Giles Nelson

Chief Technology Officer, Financial Services
MarkLogic

TRACKS

TRACK A – Future of Compliance, Governance and Reporting

2:10 pm - 2:15 pm Opening remarks
Gerry Rankin, Global Head of Privacy Risk Management at Anonos

Gerry Rankin

Global Head of Privacy Risk Management
Anonos

TRACK A – Future of Compliance, Governance and Reporting

2:15 pm - 2:35 pm Regulator Case Study – How is the Role of the FCA Evolving to Keep Pace with Rapid Changes in the Way Data is Required and Managed?
  • How has the FCA organization evolved since 2008?
  • How does the new data organization change the way FCA operates?
  • What kinds of information is the FCA most interested in today?
  • How will reporting and regulation continue to shift and change into the near future?
Steven Green, Head of Central Data Services, Innovation, Strategy and Competition Division at Financial Conduct Authority

Steven Green

Head of Central Data Services, Innovation, Strategy and Competition Division
Financial Conduct Authority

TRACK A – Future of Compliance, Governance and Reporting

2:35 pm - 2:55 pm Innovation Use Case – How to Simplify Complex On-boarding and KYC Activities so You can Comply Sooner and Realize Faster Time to Revenue
  • Should KYC be seen as a program rather than a project?
  • How can Entity Data cross-usage help improving efficiency and reducing costs?
  • The Utility model as a best practice for efficiency
  • Leveraging onboarding and KYC activities to drive further business growth
Alize Adam, Product Marketing Manager, Reference Data at SWIFT

Alize Adam

Product Marketing Manager, Reference Data
SWIFT

TRACK A – Future of Compliance, Governance and Reporting

2:55 pm - 3:05 pm Innovation Spotlight - Break the Bottleneck: Speed Up Your Vendor Onboarding Process
Ignasi Riera, Sales Manager at OneTrust

Ignasi Riera

Sales Manager
OneTrust

TRACK A – Future of Compliance, Governance and Reporting

3:05 pm - 3:40 pm Panel Discussion with Live Polling – How can You Adapt Your Data Governance Strategy so it is Fit for the Age of Analytics?
  • How is data governance in an analytics environment different from other environments?
  • What are the key considerations when designing and implementing a new data governance strategy?
  • How to measure the success of your new data governance strategy
  • Who inside and outside the business can help you to sustain data governance best practices in an analytics environment?
David Masters, Chief Data Officer at Societe Generale

David Masters

Chief Data Officer
Societe Generale

Ian Shrubsole, Head of Data Governance at Invesco

Ian Shrubsole

Head of Data Governance
Invesco

Mark Howden, Chief Data Officer at Santander CIB

Mark Howden

Chief Data Officer
Santander CIB

Kelvin Dickenson, President, Global Head of Compliance and Data Solutions at Opus Global

Kelvin Dickenson

President, Global Head of Compliance and Data Solutions
Opus Global

TRACK B – Future of Third-Party Data

2:10 pm - 2:15 pm Opening remarks
John Mason, Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office at Refinitiv

John Mason

Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office
Refinitiv

TRACK B – Future of Third-Party Data

2:15 pm - 2:50 pm Case Study Interactive – Rethinking How to Handle Market Data Contracts from a Cost and Compliance Perspective
  • 15 minute Presentation
  • 10 minutes Group Work
  • 10 minutes Exchange
Tristan Dehaan, Global Head of Market Data Purchasing & Vendor Management at Aegon Asset Management

Tristan Dehaan

Global Head of Market Data Purchasing & Vendor Management
Aegon Asset Management

TRACK B – Future of Third-Party Data

2:50 pm - 3:10 pm Innovation Use Case – The Market Data Cloud: A Blueprint for Adoption
·         Why is the cloud ready for market data prime time?
·         How do you get there: Step by Step approach
·         Advice, pitfalls and considerations for adoption
 
Stephane DuBois, Founder and CEO at Xignite

Stephane DuBois

Founder and CEO
Xignite

TRACK B – Future of Third-Party Data

3:10 pm - 3:45 pm Fireside Chat with Live Polling – How can you Best Integrate Alternative Data and Real-Time Data Alongside Existing Market Data Feeds without Disrupting Ongoing Processes?
  • What is driving change in the alternative data landscape?
  • Which new data marketplaces should you consider?
  • Which commercial models are available to buy alternative data?
  • How to keep costs low when integrating new and existing data
Soren Dambaek, Head of Exchange Relations and Market Data at Saxo Bank

Soren Dambaek

Head of Exchange Relations and Market Data
Saxo Bank

Gavin Carey, Head of Enterprise EMEA at Refinitiv

Gavin Carey

Head of Enterprise EMEA
Refinitiv

Kevin Morgan, Market Data Specialist at .

Kevin Morgan

Market Data Specialist
.

TRACK C – Future of Innovation, Analytics and Insight

2:10 pm - 2:15 pm Opening remarks
Harry Chopra, Chief Client Officer at AxiomSL

Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL

TRACK C – Future of Innovation, Analytics and Insight

2:15 pm - 2:35 pm Practitioner Use Case - Is the Future of Intelligence Only Artificial? Why Data Governance and Data Quality are the Foundations for Innovation, Analytics and Insight

Dennis Kessler, Head of Data Governance at European Investment Bank

Dennis Kessler

Head of Data Governance
European Investment Bank

TRACK C – Future of Innovation, Analytics and Insight

2:35 pm - 2:55 pm Practitioner Use Case – Timely Access to Data & Insights in a Growing Technology Landscape
At Yorkshire Building Society our purpose is to provide people with real help with real life challenges. This relies on data from a myriad of sources and as digital channels continue to grow they drive further diversity in to our data landscape. This diversity creates a need for an appropriate data integration strategy for points of intersection, where data can unite to feed customer and business insights. What are the key points of this strategy and how does modern technology support it?  
Mark Walters, Head of Information Architecture at Yorkshire Building Society

Mark Walters

Head of Information Architecture
Yorkshire Building Society

TRACK C – Future of Innovation, Analytics and Insight

2:55 pm - 3:05 pm Innovation Spotlight – AI Driven Data Discovery Driving Privacy and Security by Design and Enabling Compliance and Data Insights

Sachin Khungar, Senior Pre-Sales Architect at BigID

Sachin Khungar

Senior Pre-Sales Architect
BigID

TRACK C – Future of Innovation, Analytics and Insight

3:05 pm - 3:40 pm Panel Discussion with Live Polling – How can you Develop Better Data Governance and Analytics Capabilities that can be Scaled to Maximise Enterprise-wide Impact?
  • Investing in the best analytical tools available not just the most expensive ones
  • Which tools should you invest in once you are ready to do analytics?
  • Why does your business need scaleable tools more than ever before?
  • How to identify where tools have made most impact at a tactical level in order to scale out the best ones
  • How to find the best tools available today that precisely fit your business’ needs?
Catriona Baldwin, Head of Data Governance at Credit Suisse

Catriona Baldwin

Head of Data Governance
Credit Suisse

Kate Brooks, Group Head of Data Management at Lloyds Banking Group

Kate Brooks

Group Head of Data Management
Lloyds Banking Group

Linda Coffman, Vice President, Product Management at SmartStream RDU

Linda Coffman

Vice President, Product Management
SmartStream RDU

Interactive Sessions and Small Group Discussions

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Synergy Workshop A – Are Knowledge Graphs the Secret to Active Metadata?
Unifying your data in a knowledge graph allows you to manage all metadata—including a firm’s reference data, master data, and business glossary—while reconciling internal data definitions with external definitions like regulatory requirements and standards.Instead of repeatedly assembling data needed for each regulation or project, a knowledge graph creates a single, unified and reusable view of firm-wide data regardless of format, line of business, platform, or data volume, velocity, and variety. Its flexible data model accepts new data sources and definitions seamlessly, integrates layers of real-world knowledge, and allows for investigation informed by the metadata. Learn how a knowledge graph can lead to an increase of 200% in metadata quality with technology leaders from leading banks. 
Kendall Clark, Chief Executive Officer at Stardog

Kendall Clark

Chief Executive Officer
Stardog

Oli Bage, Distinguished Engineer, Data Center of Excellence at Morgan Stanley

Oli Bage

Distinguished Engineer, Data Center of Excellence
Morgan Stanley

Interactive Sessions and Small Group Discussions

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm Synergy Workshop B – Getting the Fundamentals Right for an End-to-End Managed Data Solution
Patrick Engelhard, Global Head of Datacare at SimCorp

Patrick Engelhard

Global Head of Datacare
SimCorp

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm Networking break

TRACKS

TRACK A – Future of Compliance, Governance and Reporting

4:10 pm - 4:30 pm Practitioner Use Case - Embedding a Governance for Consistent Data Quality Issues Management and Remediation
  • How is data governance evolving as regulations and technology continue to change?
  • Why is data quality management always a foundation for good data governance?
  • How can automation play the most useful role in your data management strategy?
  • When can AI and ML make a positive impact in your approach to data analytics?
Jeffrey Bholasing, Head of Data Quality at ING

Jeffrey Bholasing

Head of Data Quality
ING

TRACK A – Future of Compliance, Governance and Reporting

4:30 pm - 5:05 pm Fireside Chat with Live Polling – How will Demands on Data for Reporting and Compliance Change as Banking Continues to become More Open and Digital?
  • How has digital and open banking changed commercial and retail banking so far?
  • What are the specific implications for data management?
  • How can you adapt your data strategy to continue to compete?
  • What will the future of data management for commercial and retail banks look like?
Eduardo Martinez Barrios, Head of Open Banking Product at Santander

Eduardo Martinez Barrios

Head of Open Banking Product
Santander

Dennis Kessler, Head of Data Governance at European Investment Bank

Dennis Kessler

Head of Data Governance
European Investment Bank

TRACK B – Future of Third-Party Data

4:10 pm - 4:30 pm Practitioner Use Case – How to Drive Better Outcomes from Future Partnerships with Market Data Providers
  • What should you look for from a good market data partnership?
  • Lessons learned negotiating the best outcomes with market data providers over the years
  • How can you strike the right balance so that the relationship is a win-win?
  • Where will market data come from in the future?
Duncan Cooper, Head of HSS Digital and Data at HSBC

Duncan Cooper

Head of HSS Digital and Data
HSBC

TRACK B – Future of Third-Party Data

4:30 pm - 5:05 pm Oxford-Style Debate – Oxford-Style Debate – Utilities are a Highly Competitive, Cost Effective Solution to Managing Ever Increasing Volumes of Data – For and Against
For:
• Utilities deliver savings for longer
• Utilities are the lowest burden option when optimising costs

Against:
• Re-negotiating with market data suppliers is the only way to get the best pricing
• Utilities only benefit the service provider

Tom Dalglish, EMEA Regional Advocate at EDM Council

Tom Dalglish

EMEA Regional Advocate
EDM Council

Chris Johnson, Head of Product Market Data at HSBC

Chris Johnson

Head of Product Market Data
HSBC

Olivier Rose, Head of International Data Management at Societe Generale

Olivier Rose

Head of International Data Management
Societe Generale

TRACK C – Future of Innovation, Analytics and Insight

4:10 pm - 4:30 pm Innovation Use Case - Data on Demand for Analytics and Investigations

David Hill, FS Data Specialist at Hitachi Vantara

David Hill

FS Data Specialist
Hitachi Vantara

TRACK C – Future of Innovation, Analytics and Insight

4:30 pm - 5:05 pm Fireside Chat - How Can You Truly Partner with the Business on Reducing Complexity Across Your Data Architecture?
  • What leads to complexity in your architecture? 
  • How can you detect and prevent complexity developing earlier on?
  • Who in the business do you need to influence in order to keep things simple?
  • How can you consistently drive simplicity as the business increasingly demands newer tech and capabilities?
Soren Dambaek, Head of Exchange Relations and Market Data at Saxo Bank

Soren Dambaek

Head of Exchange Relations and Market Data
Saxo Bank

Mark Wilson, Head of Data Management UK at Handelsbanken

Mark Wilson

Head of Data Management UK
Handelsbanken

Mark Walters, Head of Information Architecture at Yorkshire Building Society

Mark Walters

Head of Information Architecture
Yorkshire Building Society

Interactive Sessions and Small Group Discussions

4:10 pm - 5:30 pm CDO Leadership Boardroom Hosted by Elaine Priest, Chief Data Officer, Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Data as a key to successful digital transformation 
  • Turning governance into opportunity
  • Becoming a master storyteller
  • with data
  • Navigating the new ethics of data management
  • Building data teams of the future
  • Data for responsible investment
Elaine Priest, Chief Data Officer at Royal Bank of Scotland

Elaine Priest

Chief Data Officer
Royal Bank of Scotland

5:05 pm - 5:10 pm Transit Time

Future Technology for Data Management and Analytics

Future of Data and Analytics in Financial Services

5:10 pm - 5:30 pm Keynote with Live Polling - Is Cloud ready for Financial Services?
  • How is Cloud fundamentally shifting the bar on what we do and how we do it?
  • With AI and ML ever more ubiquitous, are we really living in an imagined future already?
  • What are the trade-offs when using the Cloud in terms of control, tax and disaster management?
  • Where will Cloud disrupt traditional financial services next?
Rick Hawkins, Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Finance at HSBC

Rick Hawkins

Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Finance
HSBC

Future of Data and Analytics in Financial Services

5:30 pm - 6:15 pm Dragon’s Den with Chilled Beers – Which Exciting New Fintechs can Help You Take Your Next Steps in Data Management, Analytics, Compliance and Growth?
Get a sneak peek into the most innovative technology offerings to see how they can help solve some of your biggest data pain points! Join our dragons during this exciting session, where you will hear from innovative start-up technology firms as they present their offerings in a bid to win first place. Listen up as the dragons’ review the technologies’ benefits to your business, predict their future success and deliver their verdicts.
Karen Rudich, CEO and Founder at ELEMENTARYb

Karen Rudich

CEO and Founder
ELEMENTARYb

Mark Whitcroft, Founding Partner at Illuminate Financial

Mark Whitcroft

Founding Partner
Illuminate Financial

Carrie Osman, Founder & CEO at Cruxy & Co

Carrie Osman

Founder & CEO
Cruxy & Co

Ravi Pather, Vice President Sales at CryptoNumerics

Ravi Pather

Vice President Sales
CryptoNumerics

Nicolai Baldin, Chief Executive Officer at Synthesized

Nicolai Baldin

Chief Executive Officer
Synthesized

Matt Smith, Chief Executive Officer at SteelEye

Matt Smith

Chief Executive Officer
SteelEye

4:45 pm - 6:00 pm Private Reception: London Craft Beer Tasting Hosted by AxiomSL


6:15 pm - 6:20 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks


John Mason, Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office at Refinitiv

John Mason

Global Head of Enterprise Middle and Back Office
Refinitiv

London Frost Fair Networking Reception

6:20 pm - 8:20 pm Networking Reception

Relax and unwind with all your colleagues and peers and make new contacts too!