Events

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18 Jul

The Evolution of the CRO and Emerging Risks

1 St Peter's Square, Manchester

The event will be taking place in our WeWork space at St Peter’s Square. The discussions will explore how the modern risk and compliance practitioner has embraced new and emerging technologies, cultures and attitudes, and approaches to risks. It will be a good opportunity for the panel (and audience) to outline some of the biggest challenges they’ve had to face in their own respective careers in this regard, the mistakes they’ve made and how they would do things differently, and also how they envisage things will continue to change going forward.

For more information about the event that will take place between 18 July 2019, please visite the website: www.meetup.com

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05 Aug

2019 August Basic Compliance & Ethics Academy

New York, USA

Our Basic Academies are ideal for professionals with some compliance knowledge and experience who are ready to support, enhance and manage a comprehensive compliance program.  They are taught by compliance professionals, hand-selected for their experience and teaching skills.

Topics include compliance policies and procedures, education and training, risk assessment, auditing and monitoring, conflicts of interest, and anti-corruption and bribery.

Course materials are provided onsite on the first day of the academy. This includes a binder containing all course materials and a one-year access to the online version of The Complete Compliance and Ethics Manual Provide opportunities to network with both faculty and peers, including a networking dinner and other opportunities during training breaks

Who should attend?

Compliance officers Compliance and risk program managers Audit managers Data privacy specialists Compliance lawyers

Academies typically sell out several weeks, if not months, in advance. Consequently, we encourage prospective attendees to enroll as early as possible.

For more information about the Basic Compliance & Ethics Academy that will take place between 5 – 8 August 2019, please visite the website of SCCE: www.scce.com.

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06 Aug

Community Bankers For Compliance Program

8425 Woodfield Crossing Boulevard, Indianapolis

The Community Bankers For Compliance Program will provide your bank with up-to-date information on the ever changing bank regulations, as well as guidance for structuring and maintaining your in-bank compliance program. In addition, it provides a forum where those responsible for regulatory compliance can discuss issues and exchange ideas with other community bankers.

For more information about the  Community Bankers For Compliance Program that will take place between 5 – 6 August 2019, please visite the website of 10times: www.10times.com.

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09 Sep

Make Security and Risk Matter to Your Organization

London, United Kingdom

Get a comprehensive update on cybersecurity threats and emerging solutions. Hear best practices for cloud security, leveraging AI, IoT, blockchain, DevOps and other challenges. Advance your IT security and risk strategy to support digital business. Join us to craft your cybersecurity and risk management plan to improve resilience, accelerate innovation and drive business growth with the entire organization behind you.

For more information about the Gartner Risk & Security Summit 2019 that will take place between 9 – 11 September 2019, please visite the website of Gartner: https://www.gartner.com

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23 Sep

Thriving in a hyper-connected world

London

This year’s conference theme – thriving in a hyper-connected world – recognises the challenges, and opportunities that mass digitisation and data-driven relationships present for the Sibos community. Sibos 2019 will explore the impact of new technologies on infrastructures, value propositions and business models and identify the culture, skills and working practices that organisations need to maximise the potential of both human and machine capabilities.

Five sub-themes will examine how this critical human and machine collaboration can capitalise on data as the lifeblood of the modern financial services ecosystem:

Enhancing digital ecosystems Leveraging data Keeping ahead of cybersecurity threats Adapting to geopolitical and regulatory priorities Exploring the human element

More details on the conference theme will be revealed soon.

For more information about the Sibos Event that will take place betwee 23 – 26 September 2019, please visite the website of Sibos: www.sibos.com

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