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Date(s) - Thursday, March 28, 2019
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Deloitte LLP


Cost: Members: Free, Non-members £50


Risk and Compliance within banks and investment firms is moving into a new era. A high volume of sustained regulatory change since the financial crisis, coupled with slowing economic growth, declining margins, increasing expectations from clients, and intense competition from rivals, are creating increasing demands for Risk and Compliance functions to become more efficient and effective.

In response, many firms are fundamentally rethinking their approach to Risk and Compliance management, by assessing their current capabilities; identifying the opportunities presented by disruptive technologies and digitization; and creating a vision and roadmap to a future state operating model.

This event will consider some of the key drivers for change, challenges and opportunities, as firms look to incorporate and adapt to these trends through the use of Artificial Intelligence and Innovative Process Automation.

Key takeaways:

Current trends in technology-driven process automation;

Emerging opportunities for the enhancement of risk and compliance management; and

Key challenges for senior management – Governance, process risk, model risk and ethical considerations.

1500 – 1530 Registration
1530 – 1535 Welcome and Introduction

Jimi Hinchliffe – Chair – IOR England & Wales Chapter

1535 – 1615 Innovative process automation: Implications for Risk Management

Andrew Berry and Dr. Richard Ahl – Deloitte LLP

1615 – 1630 Coffee Break
1630 – 1730 Industry observations – Key opportunities, limitations and challenges

Panel discussion and Q&A

Brian Thornhill (Panel Chair) – Deloitte LLP; Deputy Chair, IOR England & Wales Chapter

Cathy Hampson – Independent Consultant and IOR Fellow

Harshwardhan Prasad – Morgan Stanley

Andrew Berry – Deloitte LLP

Dr. Richard Ahl – Independent Consultant

Dr Andy Evans – Founder and Managing Director of Xactium

1730 – 1735 Wrap up
1735 – 1800 Networking

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