WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOPS

Workshops

Pre-conference: 13th May 2019, London

Workshop 1: Staying one step ahead: Detection and mitigation of fraud

Workshop 1: Staying one step ahead: Detection and mitigation of fraud

09:00

Session 1: Understanding and detecting fraud

  • Current developments and priorities in the AML and financial crime space
  • What is required from banks to comply with the new regulations designed to clamp down on fraud and AML?
  • How effectively manage fraud risk in isolation
  • Intersection with other risk frameworks
  • Detecting payment fraud and money laundering in real time 
10:30

Morning break and refreshments

11:00

Session 2: Internal fraud 

Session led by: Vinaya Parvate, Global Head Fraud Risk Oversight for Institutional Clients Group, CITI

12:00

Lunch

13:00

Session 3: Mitigation of fraud 

  • How do you mitigate the risks?

  • How do you transfer the risks?

  • The most effective new tools for managing the risk of financial crime 

14:30

Afternoon break and refreshments

15:00

Session 4: Application of analytics for fraud risk management 

  • Using new technologies such as AI and ML to detect, prevent and report fraud and financial crime
16:30

End of workshop

Workshop 2: Innovating risk culture in financial institutions

Workshop 2: Innovating risk culture in financial institutions

09:00

Session 1: Background and building blocks 

  • Background on risk culture - what does it really mean? 
  • Building blocks of a good risk framework: overview of RCSA, KRIs and Risk Appetite 
  • Industry examples - Good and bad risk Culture 

Session led by: Rajat Baijal, Head of Enterprise Risk, THE NORTHVIEW GROUP 

10:30

Morning break and refreshments

11:00

Session 2: Relationship between culture and framework

  • Exploring the relationship between risk culture and risk framework 
  • How to embed the appropriate risk culture within your organisation 
  • Industry MI / Dashboards used to measure and monitor risk culture 

Session led by: Rajat Baijal, Head of Enterprise Risk, THE NORTHVIEW GROUP

12:00

Lunch

13:00

Session 3: Risk department as a catalyst in enhancing risk culture 

  • Helpful reference points: BIS, FSB, Risk culture research 
  • Practitioner's perspective: Risk department making a difference - what really works 

Session led by: Elena Pykhova, Director, THE OP RISK COMPANY 

14:30

Afternoon break and refreshments

15:00

Session 4: Risk culture assessment 

  • Designing risk culture assessment 
  • Role of internal audit - risk culture factors built into audits
  • Group work - practising in assessing risk culture 

Session led by: Elena Pykhova, Director, THE OP RISK COMPANY 

16:30

End of workshop

Post conference: 16th May, 2019, London

Workshop 3: Achieving resilience through cyber risk management

Workshop 3: Achieving resilience through cyber risk management 

09:00

Session 1: Cyber risk management: Prioritise threats, identify vulnerabilities and apply controls

  • What is the current state of cyber resilience?
  • Impact of regulatory pressure on the CISO
  • Visibility and control - building cyber foundations
  • How can financial firm's best build resilience around cyber risk?
  • Engaging the board - who is responsible for cyber?
  • How to effectively develop risk appetite limits for cyber security risk
  • Digital transformation and cyber security

Session led by: Chris Hodson, Chief Information Security Officer, EMEA, TANIUM

10:30

Morning break and refreshments

11:00

Session 2: Integrated approach to manage cyber risk

  • What can the industry learn from cyber breaches?
  • How to reduce the risks and steps to take in the instance of a cyber attack
  • Relationship between cyber risk and human behaviour 
  • Balancing and managing reputational risk
  • Integrating cyber security within the organisation and building a risk aware cyber security culture
12:00

Lunch

13:00

Session 3: Resolutely managing and modelling cyber risk

  • Applying scenario modelling to cyber risk: Why cyber risk modelling is still a challenge
  • How can risk models effectively and accurately capture cyber risk?
  • Applying stress testing and scenario analysis to cyber risk
  • Assessing risk on an annual basis

 

14:30

Afternoon break and refreshments

15:00

Session 4: Cyber risk quantification 

 

Session led by: Mark Feeley, Research Director, CHARTIS RESEARCH

16:30

End of workshop

Workshop 4: Keeping up with cloud adoption: Obstacles and opportunities

Workshop 4: Keeping up with cloud adoption: Obstacles and opportunities

09:00

Session 1: Moving to the cloud

  • What tasks and applications is cloud computing most suitable for?
  • How to best deploy cloud computing?
  • What should firms consider when selecting a cloud provider?
  • How cloud adoption can improve agility and operational efficiency and lower infrastructure costs
10:30

Morning break and refreshments

11:00

Session 2: Regulation

  • How does cloud sourcing with in with operational resilience regulatory requirements?
  • How cloud-based solutions are transforming organizational approaches by easing compliance with FRTB, XVA, AML-KYC and other requirements
  • Developing flexible software to suit different regulatory requirements
12:00

Lunch

13:00

Appropriately identifying and managing risks

  • Understanding fraud: Where are the various types of risks?
  • Current developments and priorities in the AML and financial crime space
    • Security
    • Compliance
    • Handling and categorising data
    • Outsourcing to the cloud
14:30

Afternoon break and refreshments

15:00

Session 4: Future of cloud computing

  • Where does the cloud offer the greatest potential for the future?
  • Delivering speed, security and transparency in new ways
  • Harnessing innovation and enabling new technology through cloud computing
16:30

End of workshop