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Day 1: 18 June 2019

07:30

Breakfast Briefing: Taking a Risk-based Approach to Compliance Management


What are the key elements of a GRC framework needed to keep pace with regulatory change and conduct a rigorous assessment of compliance risk? Is your firm setting standards for meeting regulatory compliance and establishing the key foundational elements such as risk metrics, a compliance risk taxonomy, and regulatory-obligation inventory? Compliance, legal and risk professionals are looking for an end-to-end framework to manage compliance requirements in a way that improves overall governance, risk and compliance (GRC) program effectiveness.

Join IBM for an informal gathering of senior risk and compliance executives to explore challenges and solutions for end-to-end management of regulatory obligations and associated controls across the full range of business lines, products, entities, and geographies.

Speakers:
Heather Gentile,
Head of Regulatory Offerings, IBM Watson Financial Services
Andrew Yuille,
Strategic Alliances Lead, Thomson Reuters Corporates Segment
Dave Shah,
Vice President, Morgan Stanley

**This is an invitation only**
If you are interested in attending please send an email to [email protected]

08:00

Registration and Continental Breakfast

09.00

Chair's Opening Remarks and Live Audience Poll



Marcelo Cruz, Editor and Chief,The Journal of Operational Risk

09.10

Editor's Welcome


Alexander Campbell, Divisional Content Editor, Risk.net

09:20

Opening Keynote: Operational Risk – Evolution or Revolution?

Beth Dugan, Deputy Comptroller for Operational Risk, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

09:40

The Future of Operational Risk and Resiliency

Arthur Lindo, Deputy Director, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

10.00

Operational Resilience: How are Leading Firms Developing Robust Strategies?

  • What does robust crisis management look like and how are firms developing frameworks?
  • Developing robust cyber resiliency
  • How can organizations meet specific resilience requirements?
  • Developing robust practices and synergies

Moderator:

Marcelo Cruz, Editor and Chief, The Journal of Operational Risk

Panellists include:

Jean-François (JF) Bureau, Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, PSP Investments
David Kimm,
Former Chief Risk Officer and Treasurer, TD Ameritrade
Evan Sekeris,
Partner - Financial Services, Finance & Risk and Digital, Oliver Wyman 
Brendan Goode, Managing Director | Global Head of Cyber Risk, Citi

10:30

The Top 10 Operational Risk Challenges for 2019 /2020

  • What has changed over the years?
  • How have different firms incorporated the results of this industry wide survey?
  • How are firms overcoming these challenges
  • How are firms dealing with emerging technology, third and fourth parties?
  • What might the future hold?

Moderator:

Tom Osborn, Risk management editor, Risk.net

Panellists include:

Michael Abriatis, Chief Operational Risk Officer, PNC
Nitish Idnani, Principal, Risk and Financial Advisory, Deloitte
Ivan Pooran, Head of Operational Risk, Guardian Life
Deborah Hrvatin,
Managing Director, Citi

11:00

Morning Coffee Break and Speed Networking

Stream 1: New Concepts in ORM

Chaired by:
Ed Kim, Founder, OpRisk Advisory, LLC former Head of Operational Risk at RBC and Standard Chartered

11:40

Panel: Scenario modelling, unshackled

  • Update on the ABA pilot project on scenario modelling
  • What are some of the risk factors that explain key operational risks?
  • Best practices for building scenario models
  • What does the end of the AMA mean for scenario modelling?

Moderator:

Kris Devasabai, Editor-in-chief, Risk.net

Panellists include:

Nedim Baruh, Managing Director - Head of Operational Risk Measurement and Analytics, JPMorgan Chase
Jane Yao, Senior Vice President, Benchmarking & Survey Group, American Bankers Association
Evan Sekeris, Partner - Financial Services, Finance & Risk and Digital, Oliver Wyman

12:20

Panel: CCAR Results Analysis: Were the Quants Right?

  • Early results of the SMA versus new developments in operational risk measurement
  • Capital calculation for operational risk and meeting regulatory requirements: what your organization needs to be considering
  • When will this take hold?
  • When will it be implemented?

Moderator:

Luke Carrivick, Head of Analytics and Research, ORX Association

Panellists include:

Nedim Baruh, Managing Director - Head of Operational Risk Measurement and Analytics, JPMorgan Chase
Meet Shah, Deputy Head, CCAR Operational Risk, UBS

1.00

Fireside Chat: Challenges of Implementing a GRC Platform and Use Cases

Moderator:
Bala Ayyar
, Managing Director, Chief Data Officer - Americas, Société Générale

Interviewee:
Anne-Sophie Gug,
 Program lead – GRC, Société Générale

Stream 2: Building ORM

Chaired by:
Andrew Richardson
Risk Management Executive, Principal at Simplified Risk Management former Director Risk Management, Meridian Credit Union

11:40

Opening Panel: Maximizing the Benefits of an off-the-shelf OpRisk Framework

  • If you had no pre-existing OpRisk framework, what would you establish first?
  • Analysis of the different frameworks being practiced and the potential benefits for your organization
  • Taxonomies that should be implemented in order to make the most out of your framework
  • What are the key risks you would establish for this framework?

Moderator:
Jay Newberry, Managing Director, Operational Risk Management, Citi

Panellists include:
Penny Cagan, Managing Director, MUFG
Jedediah Turner, Managing Director, TIAA

Rajesh Puthanmodom, Director, Senior Vice President, ERM Operational and IT Risk Management, NYCB

12:20

Presentation: Stress Scenario Design and Operational Risk Events


Hakan Danış, Macroeconomic Scenarios, Director, MUFG Union Bank

12:40

 Diversity in Risk: How Progressive Firms are Enabling an Inclusive Environment 


Interviewee:
Bonnie Frank, Vice President, Enterprise Risk and Crisis Management, PSP Investments
Interviewer:
Joy St John, Director - Risk Consulting Advisory, KPMG

13:00

 TPRM: Operationalizing Fourth-party Risk Management 

Greg Matthews, Partner, KPMG

Stream 3: AI, ML, Analytics

Chaired by:
Professor Ina Wanca, New York University, Vice President Innovation, Mastercard

11:40

Opening Presentation: How Big Data Can Help Operational Risk

Emil Matsakh, former Chief Analytics Officer, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

12:00

Panel: Bad robot – Ethics and Conduct Risk in Algorithmic Trading

  • Managing conduct risk when an increasing number of functions within financial organisations are automated
  • Identifying and responding to models that exhibit biases or unethical tendencies
  • Monitoring adaptive AI systems that evolve over time

Moderator:

Emil Matsakh, former Chief Analytics Officer, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Panellists include:

Jason Conn, Director, Head of Electronic Trading Operational Risk Management, Citi
Colin Telmer, Global Head of Front Office Markets Surveillance, Barclays International

12:40

Fireside Chat: How is Data Analytics, AI and Machine Learning Driving Enabling the Evolution of Surveillance?

  • How are leading firms using AI to streamline processes and reduce costs?
  • What impact is this having on the role of compliance?
  • On the flip side, how will AI be regulated?

Moderator:

Dimitris Bartzilas, Head of Operational Risk Capital, Credit Suisse

Panellists include:

Rajeev Dave, M.S., M.B.A. Americas Head of Surveillance, Barclays
Daniel A. Fernández,
Product Leader in RegTech, Nice Actimize

Gautam Sachdev, Managing Director, Risk Management, Macquarie Group

Stream 4: Cyber Risk and InfoSec

Chaired by:
Mark Feeley, Research Director, Chartis Research

Opening Keynote

Byron Collie, Technology Fellow and Head of 2nd Line Cybersecurity Risk in Operational Risk, Goldman Sachs

Unleashing the Potential for Behavioural Biometrics to Mitigate Against Cyber Threats


Gus Koutsoumbelas, Director Americas Model Risk Management, MUFG Union Bank, N.A.

Opening Panel: Cyber Security in the Era of Technical Innovation

Moderator:

Andrew Jaquith, Independent Representation, former Global Cyber Security Operational Risk Officer, JP Morgan Chase

Panellists include:

John Terrill, former CISO, Fox News
Jennifer Bayuk, former CISO, Bear Stearns

Vendor Risk Management: Overcoming Today’s Most Common Security & Privacy Challenges

  • Review the drivers and challenges organizations face when managing third-party vendor risk
  • Outline three methods for managing third-party security and privacy risk
  • Identify priorities before, during and after vendor procurement
  • Takeaway a six-step approach for automating the third-party vendor risk lifecycle
  • Hear real case studies from privacy experts on how to practically tackle the third-party vendor risk


Chase Hinson, CIPP/E, Privacy Consultant, OneTrust

Please note this stream finishes at 1.20

1:20

Lunch

Roundtable: GRC: Best practices in a World Under Constant Cyber Threat
In a world where cyber threat is constant, staying ahead of vulnerabilities is critical. It means ensuring first line defense systems can flag and fix issues quickly and your second line defense are primed to step in when needed. In addition, protecting your sensitive data and preventing information leakage is becoming more and more challenging. How can these areas be addressed?

During this event we will discuss the emerging best practices in governance, risk and compliance for cyber security. Featuring speakers from Promontory, IBM and other leading GRC practitioners, this luncheon will provide an intimate conversation on the tactics, tools and ideas for Banking and Financial Markets risk professionals to fight back against cybercrime.


• Integrating Cybersecurity & Operational Risk to Meeting Regulatory Compliance, Judith Pinto, Promontory and Patrick Batson, IBM
• Client Panel: Data privacy challenges and how they are being addressed


*roundtable by invitation only

Stream 1: New Concepts in ORM

2:00

Risk Identification Panel: Overcoming Myopia to Offer a Granular View

  • Pinpointing what makes risk identification such a challenge and why
  • How do you incorporate RCSAs?
  • Defining crucial processes in relation to risk identification
  • How do you overcome the myopia of a granular view?

Moderator:

Ken Abbott, former, Managing Director, IHC CRO at Barclays, Professor, Baruch College

Panellists include:
Etsuko Jennings, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
Michael Barton,
Senior Director, ERM at UnitedHealth Group

2:40

Panel: Credible Challenge and the Second Line

Moderator: Deborah Hrvatin, Managing Director, Citi

Panellists include:

Dolores (Lori) Miller, Managing Director, AIG
Dominique Benz, Director, Operational Risk, Mizuho
Janine Jakubauskas,
Regulatory Affairs / Stress Testing, Signature Bank

Stream 2: Building ORM

2:00

Right-Sizing Operational Risk: Should organizations of all sizes manage op risk the same way?

Joshua Kotok, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, First Saving

2:20

Taxonomy for Operational Risk
Luke Carrivick, Head of Analytics and Research, ORX Association

2.40

3rd Party Risk and Re-Designing the Pre-Existing Risk Processes to Meet Regulatory Expectations

  • How have regulatory expectations increased?
  • Sourcing third parties in the evolving tech and AI landscape
  • Understanding how to manage inter-affiliates

Moderator:

Andrew Richardson, Risk Management Executive, Principal, Simplified Risk Management former Director Risk Management, Meridian Credit Union

Panellists include:

Daniel Navarino, Expert Advisor for Third Party Risk, Finance, Strategy, and Controls, former Global Process Owner, Third Party Risk, Citi
Michael Giarusso, Financial Services Office (FSO) Advisory Services Partner, EY
Yonesy Nunez,
Senior Vice President, Information Security, Wells Fargo

Stream 3: AI, ML and Analytics

2:00

Data Driven Operational Risk

Dimitris Bartzillas, Head of Operational Risk Capital, Credit Suisse

2:20

Emerging Technology Risk: AI / ML Risks

Yogesh Mudgal, Director, Emerging Technology Risk, Citi

2:40

Tech Innovation Theatre: How AI can help streamline OpRisk and Compliance

Patrick Baston, IBM

3:00

Tech Innovation Theatre: AI for GRC

Jayaram Gopalan – Director (Customer Solutions and Innovation Group)

3:20

Close of demo zone

Stream 4: Cyber Risk and InfoSec

2:00

Building Cyber Resilience

Yonesy Nunez, Senior Vice President, Information Security, Wells Fargo

2:20

Data Ethics in AI/ML


John A. Bottega, Executive Director, EDM Council

3:20

Afternoon Coffee Break and Knowledge Cafes

Grab a coffee and join a table of your choice in the exhibition area to share ideas, questions, and developments all while you network with your fellow industry specialists.

Keep up to speed with crucial industry developments by joining one of our Knowledge Cafes led by our leading specialists:

Effectively Managing 3rd party vendor risk

Mark Fogarty, Director, KPMG

Keeping up-to-speed with Evolving Regulation

Janine Jakubauskas, Regulatory Affairs / Stress Testing, Signature Bank


Unleashing the Potential for Data, AI and Machine Learning

Damian Matich, Global Fraud Analytics Manager, NICE ACTIMIZE

3:45

Keeping up with the Evolving Regulatory Environment 


Bala Ayyar , Managing Director, Chief Data Officer - Americas, Société Générale

4:15

Fireside Chat: Identifying and Anticipating Geo-Political Risks and Balancing Market Exposure 

 

  • Uncertainty around regulation and political atmosphere across the globe: how can your organization prepare in an era of flux and constant change? 
  • How can your company successfully govern the business during political gridlock?
  • During a time of upheaval, identify how your organization can prioritize and evolve the OpRisk program


Moderator: 
Ken Abbott
, former, Managing Director, IHC CRO at Barclays, Professor, Baruch College


Panellists include: 
Manan N. Rawal, EVP - US Head of Model Risk Management, HSBC
Raj Manian, Chief Risk Officer, MUFG Trust

4:45

Champagne Roundtables:

a) Diversity in Risk
KPMG

b) Risk Convergence: Best Practices
Joy A St. John, Director, Advisory, Operations & Compliance Risk, KPMG LLP

c) Operational Risk for Asset Managers
Isabel Rohrbeck, Head of Operational Risk – Americas, Group Risk, Schroders

d) Cyber Simulations
Nikki Covino, Regional Head of Business Continuity Americas, Credit Suisse

e) AI, ML and the Innovation Bandwagon
Gordon G Liu, Executive Vice President, US Head of Global Risk Analytics, HSBC

f) Algorithmic Trading Risk
Kim Foo Chow, Senior Vice President, Global Electronic Algorithmic Trading – Operational Risk Manager, Citi
 

5:30

Summary of Conference Day 1


Marcelo Cruz, Editor and Chief, The Journal of Operational Risk

6:00

Drinks Reception

7:00

Awards

*participation in the awards is not included in the delegate price. This is a collocated event. For more information, please visit www.opriskawards.com.*

Day 2: 19 June 2019

7:30

Breakfast Briefing: Practical application of advanced analytics: Case studies

  • Generic analytics vs. financial crime analytics – why expertise matters
  • The power of collective intelligence
  • Timing matters – it’s useless if you can’t deploy in short order
  • 3 use cases demonstrations
  • Having choice in analytics: helping you where you are on the maturity spectrum
  • Operationalising analytics for practical use
  • The impact of regulators

Damian Matich, Global Head of Fraud Analytics, Nice Actimize
Christopher Smith,
Americas Head of Trade Surveillance, Barclays

08:30

Registration and Continental Breakfast

08:50

Chair’s Opening Remarks


Marcelo Cruz, Editor in Chief, The Journal of Operational Risk

09:20

Financial Crime in the 21st Century

  • The evolution of financial crime and future challenges
  • How to shape your organization to deal with those challenges
  • The use of data to overcome resource issues
  • CI’s focus on cyber-crime, virtual currency and international partnerships

Don Fort, Chief, IRS Criminal Investigation, Internal Revenue Service

09:20

Risk Management in the New Digital Paradigm

Philippa Girling,Chief Risk Officer, Varo

09:40

Enabling holistic surveillance as a toolkit to improve conduct risk management and instil conduct &  ethic programs into firm culture

 

  • Building the foundation of Holistic Surveillance to better inform conduct risk management
  • Utilising new technologies including data science, big data, & machine learning to highlight anomalous behaviors as an early warning system
  • Using the results to strengthen the control environment


Ian Blair, Managing Director, Global Co-Head of Surveillance, Credit Suisse
 

10:00

Today's CRO – Leveraging Data to Make Risk-Aware Decisions

In this panel discussion, you’ll hear from CRO’s who are leading the charge in leveraging data to make more timely and risk-aware decisions and applying the latest advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation to the risk and compliance process.

Moderator:

Michael Curry, Vice President, Watson Financial Services

Panellists include:

Frank Morisano, Chief Risk Officer, ICBC

Flora Sah, Chief Risk Officer for Global Risk Management, Bank of America

Raj Manian, Chief Risk Officer, MUFG Trust

10.40

Panel: Unleashing the Potential for AI in Operational Risk

  • Making tech tangible: Visualizing the use robotics and AI in operational risk arena
  • How is AI helping banks better identify risk?
  • Automating reconciliation: benefits versus challenges

Moderator:
Steve Marlin, Editor, Risk.net

Panellists include:

Luke Carrivick, Head of Analytics and Research, ORX Association
Professor Ina Wanca, New York University, VP Innovation, Mastercard
Gordon G Liu
, Executive Vice President, US Head of Global Risk Analytics, HSBC
Jimmy Yang, Managing Director, Credit and Operational Risk Analytics, BMO Financial Group
Ambika Sukla,
Entrepreneur, AI/ML Executive, Researcher and Speaker

11:10

Morning Break and Knowledge Cafés

Grab a coffee and join a table of your choice in the exhibition area to share ideas and network with fellow industry professionals.

a) Managing Risk Culture

Johannes Tekle, Principal, J Tekle Risk Consulting, former Director, Risk Management Methodology, Bank of Montreal

b) KRIs and RCSAs

David Stone, Director, KPMG

Stream 1: Conduct and Culture

Chaired by:
Joseph Iraci, Head of Financial Risk Management, TD Ameritrade and CRO TD Ameritrade Futures and FX

11:40

Culture and Conduct – The Concept of Emerging Risk and the Impact on the Market

Joseph Iraci, Head of Financial Risk Management, TD Ameritrade and CRO TD Ameritrade Futures and FX

12:10

Trade Based Money Laundering – Regulatory Expectation and its implications on Financial Institutions & their Clients

Talal Mahmud, Regional Head Financial Crime Compliance (Trade), Standard Chartered

12:30

Anticipating the Future of Conduct Risk

Moderator:

Johannes Tekle, Principal, J Tekle Risk Consulting, former Director, Risk Management Methodology, Bank of Montreal

Panellists include:

Rahamim "Rami" Shy, Independent Compliance Risk Management - Conduct Risk Management, Citi
Andrea (Balkin) Campana, Americas Head of Conduct & Disciplinary Compliance, Credit Suisse
Jane Yao, Senior Vice President, Benchmarking & Survey Group, American Bankers Association
Bonnie Frank, Vice President, Enterprise Risk and Crisis Management, PSP Investments

Stream 2: New Concepts in ORM

Chair:
Ed Kim, Founder, OpRisk Advisory, LLC former Head of Operational Risk at RBC and Standard Chartered

11:40

Panel: The Next Big Thing – Emerging OpRisk

What are the emerging operational risk trends, where are organizations focused and making investments, and what are the key challenges?

Moderator:
Joy St John, Director - Risk Consulting Advisory, KPMG

Panellists include:

Gareth Davies, Independent Risk Leader, Wells Fargo
Kathleen M Stack,
Head of Operational Risk Operations and Assurance, US, Global Operational Risk, HSBC North America

12:20

The Known Unknowns: Using AI for GRC and Risk Management

• Piloted projects for AI in crowd sourcing

Peter Bannister, SVP Governance, Risk & Compliance, MetricStream

12:40

Presentation: Do We Have a Strategy for Managing Operational Risk?

  • Where do we stand today? Learning from our past and facing into the future.
  • If we don’t have a strategy can we see some strategic trends?
  • Facing into big issues for the future

Simon Wills, Executive Director, ORX

1:00

How Vendor Risk is Moving Towards a Know Your Customer Dynamic

Ken Wolckenhauer, VP, Vendor Management, Nordea Bank, New York Branch

Stream 3: Building OpRisk

Chaired by:
Andrew Richardson
Risk Management Executive, Principal at Simplified Risk Management former Director Risk Management, Meridian Credit Union

11:40

Taking a Pragmatic Approach to KRIs

  • How can firms effectively and accurately interpret results?
  • Managing the volume of data and effectively measuring results to provide achievable actions
  • Identifying the threshold and reporting methodologies

Graeme Farrell, Managing Director - Chief Operational Risk Officer, AQR

12:00

Determining the Right Balance for RCSAs

  • What are banks doing differently around RCSA?
  • What is the right assessment and how can it be achieved?
  • How can your department integrate better with compliance and internal controls to provide a comprehensive view and achieve sign off?

Moderator:
Stuart Abramovitz, Financial Services Non-Financial Risk and Regulatory Executive

Panellists include:

Paul Tuller, Head of Commercial Operational Risk Management, JP MORGAN CHASE
Dan McKinney,
Partner, Ernst & Young
Isabel Rohrbeck,
Head of Operational Risk - Americas, Group Risk, Schroders
Tripp Rex,
Director of Operational Risk, U.S. Bank

12:40

Deep Dive: How to Cater your Operational Risk Framework

  • Implications for retail banks vs large banks
  • The ins-and-outs of requirements and regulations
  • Who is regulated and how?
  • Learn from key examples of effective operational risk management

After a brief 10 minutes overview, this is an interactive session that will be held as a Q and A with an ORM specialist. Questions are to be submitted via slido.

Dan McKinney, Partner, Ernst & Young

1:00

Fireside Chat: Getting RCSAs Right

  • Identifying the benefits of questionnaires and process controls
  • Systems available to process controls effectively
  • Identify how leading firms are capturing high volumes of risk event data
  • How are firms able to amalgamate this risk data with the general ledger?

Moderator:

Paul Tuller, Head of Commercial Operational Risk Management, JP MORGAN CHASE

Interviewee:

Thomas Tobin, Director - Operational Risk, Americas Risk Management, Mizuho Americas

Stream 4: Cyber Risk and InfoSec

Chaired by:
Mark Feeley, Research Director, Chartis Research

11:40

Opening Panel: Cloud Based Computing and Third Party Risk Management

  • How are leading firms managing, storing, moving (…or not moving) data?
  • What impact has cloud providers had on operational risk and how are organizations managing this?
  • What pivotal grey areas still remain in determining the risk of cloud based computing and third party providers?

Moderator:

Mark Feeley, Research Director, Chartis Research

Panellists include:

Cenk Ipeker, Head of NICE, ACTIMIZE CLOUD
Andrew Jaquith, Independent Representation

12:30

Cyber Assessing the Risk

  • What is cyber risk and should you be concerned
  • Identifying where and how you might be at risk
  • Can we quantify the exposure?

    

Mark Feeley, Research Director, Chartis Research

1:20

Networking Lunch

2:20

WAR GAMES: How resilient is your organization? Disaster recovery and business continuity in operational and cyber risk

PART I: SCENARIO DISSECTION AND STRATEGIZING
In each disaster and recovery scenario, participants are introduced to an operational risk scenario which is still unfolding and asked to consider the immediate steps they would advise their firm to take based on the information available at each stage

PART II: HARVEST SESSION
Each Leader will summarise their POA of the discussion and present it back to the table participants with comments

Learning outcomes:
• What immediate actions would you advise your firm to do in the scenario?
• Hierarchy of response- who are the 1st and 2nd responders?
• Incident management- how do you assess the impact on your firm?
• What’s your crisis management protocols? What do they look like?
• How equipped is your organisation to respond to high stress situations?
• Business continuity planning from employees to infrastructure

 

3:00

Diversity in Risk: How Progressive Firms are Enabling an Inclusive Environment 

 

  • Diversity as a driver for success
  • Risk: a unique perspective on diversity 
  • Diversity as a reputational risk

Bonnie Frank, Vice President, Enterprise Risk and Crisis Management, PSP Investments
Joy St John, Director - Risk Consulting Advisory, KPMG
Kathleen M Stack, Head of Operational Risk Operations and Assurance, US, Global Operational Risk, HSBC North America
 

3:30

Coffee Break

3:50

2019: Risks and Opportunities from a Front Office Perspective

Kevin D. Mahn, President and Chief Investment Officer, Hennion & Walsh Asset Management

4:10

Power Panel: Technology Risk Management and the Relationship with Operational Risk

  • Thinking tech: why technology is synonymous with the modern bank and what this means for risk
  • Identifying critical operational risks within the capacity of new tech: disruption of typical processes outsourced to vendors, consumer and employee data and denial of service attacks
  • How are leading banks managing the myriad of new applications?
  • New roles and responsibilities emerging from technical innovations and upgrades to infrastructure

Moderator:
Alan M. Silber, Managing Director, Chartis

Panellists include:

Michael Barry, Executive Director - Head of Operational Risk and Information Security, Natixis

Yogesh Mudgal, Director, Emerging Technology Risk, Citi

4:40

Deriving Risk Intelligence from Unstructured Text

  • Understand how having the ability to monitor ever increasing volume of text data can improve your risk management process
  • Learn about current generation Natural Language Processing (NLP) systems and understand their limitations
  • Get a glimpse into the future and see what you can expect from next-generation cognitive systems

Ambika Sukla, Entrepreneur, AI/ML Executive, Researcher and Speaker, Ex-Morgan Stanley AI,  Ex-Goldman Sachs
 

5:00

Key Takeaways

Marcelo Cruz, Editor and Chief, The Journal of Operational Risk

5:10

Close of conference