Agenda

Agenda

2020 Agenda

13:0013:30

Resilience in a time of uncertainty

09:00 - 09:30

Nick Strange

Director, supervisory risk specialists

Bank of England

Nick Strange is Co-Director of the Supervisory Risk Specialists Directorate at the Prudential Regulation Authority in the Bank of England. Previously Head of the Credit Risk and then the Operational Risk and Resilience Divisions in SRS, Nick has now been at the regulator for 14 years. Prior to joining the FSA (the predecessor to the PRA), Nick was a Director in KPMG’s Financial Risk practice.


Nick is also a member of the Global Association of Risk Practitioners’ Financial Risk Management examination committee, a qualified Chartered Accountant and a holder of the Institute of Directors’ Certificate of Company Direction.

13:3014:30

COVID-19 panel: from crisis to a new normal

09:30 - 10:30

  • What's next
  • What will change
  • What is the new normal
Jeff Simmons

Managing director, head of enterprise risk management EMEA

MUFG

Jeff Simmons joined the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ ("BTMU") in June 2014 as the Head of Enterprise Risk, tasked with creating the function.

Prior to joining the bank he spent some 20 years working in the Risk Management arena, this included Market Risk, Credit Risk, Risk Model Validation and Regulatory Risk consulting.

At BTMU his responsibilities include the development of a Regional Risk Appetite Framework, including the design and implementation of a forward looking risk appetite framework which can be used for strategic decision making and control purposes. He is also developing an Integrated Stress Testing framework, and subsequently integrating this with the Risk Appetite framework including the analysis of the Banks forecast under varying macro economic environments. He is now working extensively with both the Tokyo based Head Office and the continental offices to develop a global framework in these 2 areas. Over the past year he has been working cloely with the Amsterdam based subsidiary in the development of the ICAAP/ILAAP and SIRA Frameworks.

He is also responsible for the implementation of an EMEA Risk Governance framework, this involves him working closely with the Regional offices to ensure that there is a standardised and efficient Risk Framework across the region.

 

Veronica Lazenby

Chief risk officer

Juniper Asset Management

Veronica Lazenby is the EMEA Risk Chief Administrative Officer and Head of Operational Risk for BNY Mellon.

Veronica joined BNY Mellon in Sept 2014. Prior to joining BNYM she was a Managing Director at Barclays and held positions as the Operational Risk Director for their Personal and Corporate Banking division and prior to that the Group Head of Operational Risk Assessment, Methodology and Measurement.

Veronica has also held senior risk management and business roles at Royal Bank of Scotland and Schroder Investment Management, where she was the COO for Global Trading. She began her career as a management consultant at Andersen Consulting advising Financial Services clients including the London Stock Exchange, Barclays, CSFB and Prudential.

Outside work Veronica enjoys spending time with her young family, running and if she can find the time reading a good thriller or practicing her skills for the Great British Bake Off.

 

 

Soren Andersen

Chief risk officer

Nordea Asset Management

14:3015:30

Reconsidering the cyber threat landscape: lessons learned from the CISOs office panel

10:30 - 11:30

16:3017:30

Break and resiliency clinic think tank

11:30 - 12:30

Rethinking resilience and business continuity: how has the pandemic impacted the way your organisation perceives and rolls out your resiliency strategy? Join leading practitioners and BC specialists in our interactive think tank as they explore how 2020 has universally reshaped operational resilience and fundamentally determined the future of BAU.
 

17:3018:00

Live out of industry interview: managing health infrastructure through pandemic

12:30 - 13:00

David Yates

Head of resilience & emergency planning

NHS

David joined the NHS in 2014 and is Head of Operational Resilience for the Clinical Commissioning Groups for the NHS across Coventry & Warwickshire. He works with all the Hospital Emergency Planners and Resilience heads in all areas of Emergency Planning, Resilience and Response for the NHS in line with key areas of identified risk, both locally and nationally. He was heavily involved in the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic, both in planning and operational response on behalf of the NHS. He is also the deputy Chair of the Coventry & Warwickshire Local Resilience Forum Tactical group.

Prior to working in the NHS David spent 12 years in the RAF, then upon leaving the Military a 20 year career in Firefighting, both in local authority and aviation branches, finishing his career at the rank of Chief Fire Officer. David has extensive knowledge and experiences of operational risk and incident command; with numerous qualifications in Civil Protection, Health &Safety, Fire safety and has worked both in the UK and overseas, being a Chief Fire Officer in the UAE and in Afghanistan, where he worked on behalf of NATO in the multi-national ISAF force in Kandahar for 3 years.

13:0014:00

Lessons learned from crisis: what COVID-19 has taught us about resilience

14:30 - 15:30

Sophie Dupre-Echeverria

Chief risk officer

Gulf International Bank

Sophie Dupre-Echeverria is a risk practitioner working across risk & compliance disciplines at executive level to drive sustainable risk culture across organizations.

She worked at asset managers, private banks, corporate banks, big and medium sizes, mostly in the UK but always with international exposure, most recently UBS AM, Baring and Schroders.

She has joined Gulf international Bank as their Chief Risk Officer in January 2019.

Lisa Nowel

Chief Risk Officer

Monzo Bank

Paul Huggett

Head of Third Party Sourcing Risk Profile and Governance

BANK OF IRELAND

Paul is currently the Head of Third Party Sourcing Risk Profile and Governance at the Bank of Ireland, responsible for the governance, oversight and reporting of the overall sourcing profile of the Bank in relation to all third party arrangements, including risk, supplier management and procurement processes.

He has held similar positions at Lloyds Banking Group, building a Supplier assurance programme, defining policy and setting Supplier customer treatment standards. He has also worked as an IT an operations outsourcing programme manager, implemented new global workflow platforms, run investment banking and retail operations teams and been a Head of Internal Audit. He splits his time between the UK and Dublin every week and is not happy that Ryanair don’t have a customer loyalty scheme.

14:0015:00

Stream

SPOTLIGHT: Emerging risk: COVID triggered WFH, people and processes

Panel: Emerging risk: COVID triggered WFH, people and processes

16:30 - 17:30

Stream

SPOTLIGHT: Technology risk: people, cloud and digital transformation

Panel: Technology risk: people, cloud and digital transformation

16:30 - 17:30

 

  • Managing financial risk: overspend
  • How your firm can develop an exit strategy to mitigate disruption
  • Concentration risk of cloud services
Angela Johnson de Wet

Head of risk for IT change and new technologies, conduct, compliance and operational risk

Lloyds Banking Group

Stream

SPOTLIGHT: AI, ML, Analytics: what does the future hold?

Panel: using AI and ML to streamline operational risk

15:30 - 16:30

Stream

SPOTLIGHT: Diversity and inclusion

Panel: Diversity and inclusion

16:30 - 17:30

15:0016:00

Break-out groups and demonstrations

13:30 - 14:30


Participants join on the following targeted group demonstrations:
a) Next generation GRC
b) Cyber
c) Fincrime

16:0017:00

Next generation operational risk management: a system dynamics approach for high entropy organisations

17:30 - 18:00

Dan Gordon

Group head of operational risk

Revolut

Paul Tarrant

Operational risk senior manager

Revolut

13:0014:00

ICAAP for operational risk: what is an effective approach for operational risk?

09:00 - 10:00

14:0015:00

Mitigating opportunistic fincrime during crisis

12:00 - 12:30

15:0015:30

Break-out groups and demonstrations

13:30 - 14:30


Participants join on the following targeted group demonstrations:
a) Next generation GRC
b) Cyber
c) Fincrime

16:0017:00

Universal privacy debate: COVID-19 apps versus the global struggle for data privacy

12:30 - 13:30

17:0018:00

Mental health and pandemic: how well-being factors into operational risk panel

12:30 - 13:30

 

      

13:0014:00

Brexit: from third party risk through to repapering financial contracts, how are firms rolling out contingency plans?

14:30 - 15:30

14:0015:00

Stream

SPOTLIGHT ON: KRIs and risk appetite

Panel: KRIs and risk appetite

15:30 - 16:30

Ariane Chapelle

Adjunct professor

University College London

Dr. Chapelle is Honorary Reader at the University College London for the course "Operational Risk Measurement in Financial Institutions" for the Department of Computer Science. She studies banking regulations since the 90s and is active in Operational Risk in the banking sector since 2001. She holds regular columns on risk.net and is a member of the editorial Board of the Journal of Operational Risk. Her firm, Chapelle Consulting, has been appointed in 2017 on the Skilled Persons panel of the FCA and the PRA for Operational Risk.

Stream

SPOTLIGHT ON: OpRisk for buyside

Panel: OpRisk for buyside

15:30 - 16:30

Carolin Schönherr, CFA

Head of Operational Risk

Capula Investment Management LLP.


Carolin has built up a successful career across the three lines of defence at leading Investment Banks and Investment Managers - from Control Teams and Front Office to Operational Risk. In her current role at Capula, Carolin is accountable for the development and implementation of the Operational Risk Management Strategy, Framework and Policies. In both her executive and non-executive career, Carolin has significantly increased governance standards and created strategic direction to improve profitably and operational excellence. 
 

Stream

SPOTLIGHT ON: Managing third party risk

Panel: Managing third party risk

15:30 - 16:30

Amit Lakhani

Head of operational risk controls for ICT and third party management for corporate and institutional banking

BNP Paribas

Amit is a thorough IT Risk and Information Security Leader with a proven track record of leading, developing, designing and delivering wide variety of programs over the span of last 15+ years. Amit has a particular interest in raising information risks at board level and enabling business through mitigation or avoidance of IT risks through industry-accepted and sometimes cutting-edge solutions.

Amit has presented and published a number of research papers, articles and chapters in the Information Security field. His key focus has always been keeping the balance between business, technological and operational issues. In his most recent position at BNP Paribas, Amit leads the IT Risks and Third party risk management practices globally for the Corporate and Institutional Banking business. He has developed and implemented robust methodologies for effective IT risk management and is embedding a strong framework for internal and external vendor risk management.

Stream

SPOTLIGHT ON: Stress testing and scenario analysis in the era of crisis

Panel: Stress testing and scenario analysis in the era of crisis

15:30 - 16:30

15:0016:00

Break-out groups and demonstrations

13:30 - 14:30


Participants join on the following targeted group demonstrations:
a) Next generation GRC
b) Cyber
c) Fincrime

16:0016:30

Why climate change isn’t just a reputational risk

16:30 - 17:00

  • Supply chain resilience
  • Managing risks on an enterprise wide level
  • Asset liability
  • How climate risk impacts business and service continuity
  • Key considerations: infrastructure and datacentres
  • What tools and capabilities can help you manage climate risk?
  • View of the risk profile: natural catastrophic modelling
  • Systematic review of the risk profile