Events

10 Sep

Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018

InterContinental London - The O2 Waterview Drive London, SE10 0TW

Transform your cyber-security, risk management, compliance, and data security strategies.

Prepare to meet the pace and scale of today’s digital business at Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018. Build resilience through leading-edge research and thinking on key topics such as BCM, cloud security, privacy and securing the Internet of Things (IoT).

The summit will provide the latest information on new threats and emerging technologies such as AI, machine learning, analytics and blockchain—while helping you address the ongoing shortage of skilled staff. Join the world’s CISOs and top security and risk management professionals to hone your leadership capabilities and gather the information you need to enable digital business in a world of escalating risk.

Registration and learn more about the Summit.

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08 Oct

Cyber, Sustainability and Benchmarking

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Antwerp, Belgium

An event for european risk and insurance managers. The FERMA Seminar is an event organised by European risk managers for European risk managers. It brings together 350 risk managers to examine in depth a small number of pressing risk issues. The Seminar is also the venue for the publication of biannual FERMA’s European Risk and Insurance Report.

Two pressing issues for today’s risk manager

1. Cyber risk

Lessons from recent attacks: Equifax, WannaCry, Petya and more Identifying and quantifying Risk transfer and alternatives

2. Sustainability

Risk scenarios, stress tests Climate change and natural catastrophes ELD and insurance Non-Financial Reporting Company culture and ethics

Five key reasons to come to the Ferma European Risk Seminar 2018

Challenge your role and responsibilities Benchmark your practices Broaden your knowledge and skills Increase your added value for your company Join the discussion with risk managers who matter, you’re one of them
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15 Oct

SanctionsAlert.com Sanctions Risk Management Conference

Princeton Club, New York, NY

Practical Guidance for Sanctions and Export Compliance. Fast-changing and far-reaching laws, regulations, and multinational initiatives are transforming the sanctions field on an almost weekly basis. Non-compliance with sanctions and export control laws has huge potential repercussions, including large fines, disbarment, and even criminal charges. This conference will provide practical insights to help manage a sanctions program and mitigate risks.

Top Reasons to Attend:

Learn about the latest strategies and tools for sanctions risk management Broaden your professional network Stay out of trouble and meet your legal duties Keep up with changes while managing sanctions and export controls risks Hear the industry’s foremost experts and practitioners answer your tough questions
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22 Oct

Countering Financial Economic Crime towards 2023

Hotel Le Plaza, Brussel

The Risk & Compliance Platform Europe is organizing the Risk & Compliance Annual Conference for Belgium on 22 October, with the theme “Countering Financial Economic Crime towards 2023″. The Congress will take place in the theater of Hotel Le Plaza Brussels, Boulevard Adolphe Max 118-126 in 1000 Brussels. The chairman of the day is Evert-Jan Lammers (former President of IFA Belgium, board member Transparency International). The official language of the Congress is English. Questions from the audience can be asked in Dutch and / or French and run through our moderators.

Agenda

Congress starts at noon with three different lunch workshops;  the first one is already filled in and will be provided by Mark Dunn from LexisNexis. The plenary session starts at 2.00 pm with keynote speakers: Martim Della Valle, AB Inbev, Global Head of Compliance, and also Global Head of Anti-trust and Litigation. Michael André FSMA, Head of Enforcement / Investigation, and responsible for the day-to-day management of the enforcement department, spearheading the investigation process, and implementing any sanctions. Kenny van Ierlant (Global Digital Thought Leader, Virtual Clarity (UK).

A few facts

– Experts Dirk van Gerven (Managing Partner NautaDutilh) and Rudy Hoskens (President or IFA Belgium, Partner PwC) will participate – Several professional organizations from Belgium actively support the Congress, such as IIA Belgium, IFA Belgium, Febelfin, ISACA Belgium, ACFE Belgium and BZB / Fedafin. – From abroad, the Congress is supported by the IFFC (Institute for Financial Crime), Transparency International and the Fraud Film Festival.

More information? For more information, please visit the following website: www.riskcongress.be

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22 Oct

Sibos 2018 – Enabling the digital economy

International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney

As the world’s businesses and consumers migrate to the digital economy, banks and financial service providers are making their own transformational journeys, reappraising and reengineering their business models, service offerings and relationships with third parties.

Today, business executives rank asymmetric growth from platform-based business models and ecosystems as more important than mergers and acquisitions or organic growth (Accenture). Three of the top five firms based on market cap run platform-based businesses, and 14 of the 20 largest US non-tech firms have a digital dimension to business strategies (The Economist).

Many banks are already putting together strategies that reflect these shifts. They are developing new partnerships with clients and fellow service providers as they leverage new technologies – big data, AI, cloud, mobile and blockchain – to deliver new services in new ways. At the same time, the collaborative ethos of the digital economy can be seen in the way banks are leveraging industry platforms and infrastructures to meet common challenges and develop new customer propositions.

This can be seen in the rapid adoption of common utilities to meet compliance needs and develop standards-based platforms – including SWIFT’s KYC Registry and global payments innovation service. It is also driving the transformation of regional and national financial market infrastructures, with Australia for example launching an open real-time platform for payments service innovation (NPP) as well as pioneering the use of blockchain in the post-trade securities sector.

The ‘Enabling the digital economy’ theme will be represented by four sub-themes that will run through the week across the whole Sibos 2018 conference:

How data, AI and robotics are driving service innovation and business model renewal New paradigms and technologies for information sharing to tackle financial crime Tackling the widening cybersecurity challenge in the digital economy Adapting to evolving geopolitical and regulatory priorities

More information?

Go for more information about the event (thatn takes pplace betwen 22 and 25 October 2018, or to register to the website.

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