Ade Agbede, Managing Director, is the Global Head of Data Services Integration within BlackRock Data Services (BDS) which is part of Business Operations. He has oversight for Client Management, Aladdin Client Data Implementations, Product Management and large scale initiatives across BDS for both the firm and BRS Aladdin clients. Mr Agbede also has oversight for the BDS team in EMEA with responsibility for Core Operations, Asset Valuation & Analytics, Green Package Services and Data Engineering. He is also a member of the EMEA Tech & Ops Executive Committee. Mr Agbede's service with the firm dates back to 2006 including his years with Barclays Global Investors (BGI) which merged with BlackRock in 2009. At BGI, Mr Agbede was part of the Knowledge Management Group that was responsible for all data services within the firm and he worked in the London, Sydney and Singapore offices as part of this group. Mr Agbede joined the Investment Services team in 2009 as Regional Manager based in Singapore with oversight for Pricing, Index, Data, Green Package and Performance functions. Mr Agbede also led the Business Operations team in Gurgaon from 2012 to 2014. Prior to joining BGI, Mr Agbede was EMEA Head of Warrants, Syndicated Loans and Equity Share Sales at Bloomberg LP in London. Mr Agbede earned a BA degree in Financial Services and Business Information Technology from the London Guildhall University in 2003 and is an Investment Management Certificate (IMC) holder.
After 6 years within the buy-side fintech space, Barnett has returned as the head of IT & Data at friends life Investments. The time away from the business was an extremely valuable experience allowing to complete the understanding of how the IT & Data relationship can connect to deliver a “solutions department” that is business friendly, accountable and costs effective. This experience has allowed for the successful creation of a new investment manager built for change and growth. Barnett collects and shares his experiences through participation in the right networks and industry bodies.
James is accountable for the development and maintenance of the Asset Management Group’s data management strategy, policies, processes and organizational structures and drives appropriate activity to support adoption the Group’s data strategy and policies. James believes data is a key element in the business transformation programme and linking Change with Data ensures alignment and delivery of programmes in accordance with the overall wider business strategy.
Rakshit is responsible for continuing the development and implementation of HSBC’s Data & Analytics strategy, focusing on all aspects of the way we gather, manage, analyse and use the Group’s data as a key competitive advantage for the Bank and its customers. He will be a key player on defining and executing our journey to the cloud in support the data and analytics needs for HSBC.
Rakshit joined HSBC from Travelers group in the US where he had group responsibility for Data Strategy and Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Cognitive/Robotic Process Automation. Prior to his time at Travelers, he held a senior role at JPMorgan Chase in New York, where he worked on the development of a world-class capability for data analytics across all the lines of business in the US consumer bank.
He has also spent time in senior IT/Data roles over a 20+ year period with TIAA-CREF, Avaya, and Oracle. Rakshit is known in the industry for his leadership and delivery of large-scale strategic IT transformation projects in the data space.
Rakshit received his Bachelors in Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, India, and graduate degrees in Masters in Information Systems from George Washington University and Masters of Business Administration from University of Maryland.
Chris is directly responsible for delivering the data component of the Think Forward Strategy for ING globally as part of the COO organisation, working with partners across the business.
Oliver began his career at the Bank of England as an economist in 2002. He worked in a variety of economic policy roles and separately spent three years in a macro hedge fund. He moved across to manage the Data and Statistics Division of the Bank in 2016 and became the Bank’s second Chief Data Officer in 2017. His responsibilities span the production of the Bank’s statistical datasets, quality assurance of regulatory data, internal data governance and planning for the Bank’s future data needs, covering both data collected from firms and internal analytical capability.
Robin Doyle has worked at J.P. Morgan Chase for over 20 years and is currently Managing Director, Office of Regulatory Affairs, where she is responsible for developing strategic responses to a broad array of regulatory initiatives, analyzing the impact of regulatory proposals, developing the firm's positions and preparing for the implementation of final rules. Ms. Doyle also spent over seven years as the Chief Financial Officer for Corporate Risk reporting to the firm’s Chief Risk Officer and has worked in JPMC’s Chase Home Finance business unit and managed the Firm’s Accounting Policies Group. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan Chase, Robin worked for Midlantic National Bank, KPMG Peat Marwick, and Prudential Insurance Company.
John supports the Council as Senior Advisor and Consultant, responsible for the Council’s CDO Forum and Data Management Practices. John is a senior strategy and data management executive with more than 30 years of experience in the industry. Over his career, John has held various positions in supporting a firm’s data management functions. Since 2006, John has held the title of Chief Data Office in both the private and public sectors, serving as CDO for Citi and Bank of America, and holding the post of CDO for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Mark has been working at Handelsbanken for 27 years and currently heads up the data team in the UK, prioritising the internal relationships and information flow between the Retail Business (branches) and the data parts of the Group, improving data quality, and increasing transparency of data which will help improve and enhance the customer relationship
Lynn is Head of Data Governance within the Chief Data Office at Lloyds Banking Group. Responsible for launching the Group Data Management Policy, the challenge is now to embed this across the organisation and ensure colleagues are supported through the right roles, governance bodies, tools and processes. Helping everyone to understand their individual and collective responsibilities to ensure data is used to drive compliance and Customer benefits.
Lynn has over 20 years experience in all aspects of Data Management, including Data Architecture, Data Quality, Enterprise Data Warehouse solutions, Data Migration and delivery of multiple regulatory projects, including BCBS 239, Basel II. Prior to joining Lloyds Banking Group, Lynn held data-based roles at Barclays, LloydsTSB and British Telecom.
Lynn is a graduate of “BA computing and Information systems” from Brighton University and lives with her husband and two children in Brighton.
Gary Goldberg has over 20 years’ experience leading business and technology change in the City of London. He was appointed Chief Data Officer at Mizuho International (the European investment banking arm of Mizuho Financial Group) in 2014. Gary is an experienced technologist and professionally trained economist with an MBA in international finance from the Babcock School of Management. He has managed business, data and technology change programmes at RBS, BlueCrest Capital, Credit Suisse, LCH.Clearnet, amongst others. Gary’s remit as CDO includes governance, regulatory compliance and the delivery of the long term data strategy to facilitate business growth and revenue generation.
Chris is responsible for Market Data Product within HSBC Securities Services, and is currently identifying areas of cross-over in data content in order to achieve efficiencies for regulatory reporting. Chris also works extensively with the industry to address and overcome challenges presented by new regulatory data.
Jessica Hainey is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and Head of the Securities Reference Data Technology Department, which provides consolidated instrument data to systems throughout the firm. Jessica graduated from the University of York with a BEng in Computer Science and joined Morgan Stanley via their graduate scheme. She has served in a variety of roles across front and middle office technology renovation including Department Head for Client Allocation Systems and Business Faceoff for Listed Derivatives Front Office technology before moving to Securities Reference Data in 2015.
Olivier Rose joined the Fund administration division of Société Générale Securities Services in 2004 to become responsible of the market data workstream in the project of implementation of the new SGSS fund accounting software. In 2008 he became responsible for international data management and the specialist involved in all projects requiring market data expertise.
Previously Olivier had a long experience in various aspects of market and insurance activities and more particularly in areas of operations, fund administration and IT developments. L
everaging from his past experience within international companies (including US and Japanese), Olivier is also involved in several influential bodies to sponsor market participants point of view.
Mitch’s current roles/skills includes but is not limited to:
Leading strategic direction on reference data and client data within Asset Servicing in line with strategic direction of the business, elicit and compile information needed to clearly understand data issues and implications, be the lead team trouble-shooter on issues affecting data projects, and business Analysis of data project teams needs and demands. Mitch is a highly experienced financial markets professional with experience of BAU and Change roles on the buy and sell side of financial services organisations. He has undertaken both business analysis and project management roles to support the design, specification and implementation of new operating models and technology solutions. Mitch has extensive domain knowledge of Asset Servicing, including Corporate Actions, Settlements, Reconciliation, Reference Data and Market Data. He possesses strong analytical skills and a detailed understanding of front to back business process.
Stephan Wolf is the CEO of the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF). Since January 2017, Mr. Wolf is Co-convener of the International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee 68 FinTech Technical Advisory Group (ISO TC 68 FinTech TAG). In January 2017, Mr. Wolf was named one of the Top 100 Leaders in Identity by One World Identity. He has extensive experience in establishing data operations and global implementation strategy. He has led the advancement of key business and product development strategies throughout his career. Mr. Wolf co-founded IS Innovative Software GmbH in 1989 and served first as its managing director. He was later named spokesman of the executive board of its successor IS.Teledata AG. This company ultimately became part of Interactive Data Corporation where Mr. Wolf held the role of CTO.
Roberto joined Lloyds Banking in April 2017 as the Group Chief Data Officer. Prior to joining the Group he has spent the last three years as implementing the Enterprise Data Management framework in GE Capital International, as their Chief Data Officer.
His career in GE Capital started in the Fleet Services division in 2000 as the IT Country Manager for Italy, and then he moved to the HQ of the unit in UK with the role of IT Relationship Manager liaising with all European teams. Subsequently as part of the GE Commercial Finance unit he implemented the Basel II framework for its European Regulated Entities. In 2009 Roberto was appointed as leader of the Business Intelligence GE Capital EMEA and, in a dual role, also established the IT Governance Risk and Compliance framework across the region.
In his early working life, from 1995 to 2000, Roberto has been part of Nissan and then Ford, where he has held a number of IT infrastructure and support roles for the company’s Italian units.
Roberto is a graduate of “Universita’ Federico II” of Naples Italy, holding Bachelors in Aeronautical Engineering.
Emma Movitz is Head of Group Function Information & Reporting, responsible for the Regulatory reporting of Nordea and related application landscape. Emma has an extensive experience in Regulatory and Business reporting including development of functionality for reporting purposes. In her current position, she is driving the vision of providing compliant common information enabling competitive advantages across Nordea.
Giancarlo started his carrier at Ernst & Young as external auditor. Then he joined the Belgian banking and insurance supervisor, where he was responsible for compliance, reporting and XBRL. He was member of various committees within EBA, Basel Committee, EIOPA, IAIS, IOSCO and IASCF.
After, he joined Dexia Group, as Head of Prudential Policy, where he had responsibility for Pillar I impacts and financial, regulatory reporting and for lobby. Later Giancarlo joined BNY Mellon in Belgium, as Managing Director. He was mainly responsible for consolidation and IFRS accounts, supervisory reporting, and management reporting.
Giancarlo is now working at the ECB, as Head of the Supervisory Statistics Division. The division develops, collects, controls and disseminates within ECB and to EBA, ESRB and other stakeholders all supervisory reports. It also controls the data quality of reports from all supervised banking institutions. Finally, it produces derived statistics and indicators for quantitative risk assessment.
With more than 25 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry, Lesley joined TD’s Office of the Chief Data Officer (OCDO) in 2016 with a mandate to further the belief in and adoption of data governance practices across multiple Stakeholder groups in the bank. Lesley is a recognized leader in the field of change adoption and culture and an experienced and passionate conference speaker, inside and outside of TD. Join Lesley to learn how TD has effectively matured data governance through Stakeholder engagement, education, and involvement in OCDO programs. Hear how TD is creating a culture of data, starting with Data Stewards and building knowledge and awareness across the bank.
Jan Ulrych is a data consultant with more than 10 years of experience
working on data management and data governance projects. He's a database
engineer by education, but he quickly evolved into a recognized integration
architect, with clients such as DHL, Thomson Reuters, and Moody's under his
belt. He currently works for MANTA, the data lineage automation company. At
MANTA, he's responsible for business development, particularly in the customer
success area — making sure that proof-of-concepts and deployments all over the
world are running smoothly. This unique perspective allows him to understand
each customer's complex story — their business needs on one side and technical
background on the other.
Harry Chopra is the Chief Client Officer of AxiomSL. He
joined the company in 2017 and is based in New York City. Bringing more than 30
years of experience in global sales and financial services, Harry is
responsible for overseeing AxiomSL’s global business development efforts, implement go-to-market
stategies and build worldwide client-driven growth.Prior to joining AxiomSL, Harry was the Chief Commercial Officer
for Credit Benchmark, where he developed the concept of consensus credit
estimates by working with the Chief Risk Officer and Chief Credit Officer
community across national, regional and global banks. Before that, Harry led the global sales and
client services function for S&P Capital IQ. Besides these roles, he also served as the head
of International Retail and head of Institutional Marketing at Citigroup Asset
Management. Harry received his Bachelor of Art in Mathematics, with a
minor in Economics, from the University of Delhi, and he holds an MBA in Marketing
and Information Systems from The University of Michigan.
Currently leading the data organisation at Santander GCB, Adam’s previous role at Lloyds was head of client and regulatory data. Adam leads his team in developing models to support projects, regulations and BAU with a key focus on creating full transparency across data models. With 20 years of working in Finance across America, Europe and the Far East, Adam is well placed to offer insight into building the right data culture for the organisation.
Mitchell is the Northern Europe and South Africa Sales Director for Delphix.
Colin has worked in IT for over 20 years with a focus on managing data within
Darren Purcell has been managing the CUSIP Global Services business in EMEA since 2004. Darren is responsible for developing CUSIP Global Services business and asset class coverage in EMEA, continuing CUSIP Global Services commitment to serving a global audience. Prior to joining CUSIP Global Services, Darren spent 10 years at SIX Financial Information where he was responsible for product management in the UK for a wide range of products including corporate actions, pricing and reference data.