FIMA US 2018

May 02-May 04, 2018

Westin Copley Place, Boston MA

Contact Us: 1-888-482-6012

Friday, May 4, 2018 - Main Day Two: Leveraging Standards for Proactive Compliance and Increased Efficiency and Rationalization

7:45 AM - 8:55 AM Continental Breakfast & Registration In The Data Management Café

8:55 AM - 9:00 AM Welcome Remarks

Marissa Alvord, Program Director, FIMA US

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Marissa Alvord

Program Director
FIMA US

9:00 AM - 9:15 AM Chairperson’s Opening Address

Alex Tsigutkin, Chief Executive Officer, AxiomSL

Alex Tsigutkin

Chief Executive Officer
AxiomSL
The FinTech community is a hotbed for innovation and the sheer volume of tools being developed can seem overwhelming at times. Across industry there is significant interest in natural language programming (NLP), artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and robotic process automation (RPA), but how can you assess which capabilities will bolster your data organization to support business growth? In this all new FIMA session we’ve invited three emerging FinTech innovators to showcase their promising disruptive technologies. Each company will have 5 minutes to share their technology and 10 minutes of Q&A time with a panel of data management executives. Hear your peers ask deep dive questions around how each of these technologies will better support increased efficiency, scalability, value, growth and more. Our expert panel will vote on the most promising technology capability and the winner will be awarded the inaugural FIMA Fintech Innovation Award.

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David Saul

Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist
State Street
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Julia Bardmesser

SVP, Head of Data, Architecture and Analytics
Voya Financial
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Eric Chacon

Global Head of Business Data Management
Citi
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Allie Harris

Senior Director, Data Governance and Analytics
Bank of Montreal
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Greg Woolf

Founder and CEO
Coalesce.Info
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Tyler McIntyre

Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Novo
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Gabrielle Haddad

Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Sigma Ratings, Inc.

10:00 AM - 10:35 AM Getting Cybersecurity Business Partners On Board Before a Breach Occurs

Rocky Young, Principal Cyber Security Engineer, MITRE Corporation
Guess who has breached banks to demonstrate how easy it is to bring them down? This guy (seriously)! Dr. Rocky Young, Principal Cyber Security Engineer at MITRE works on cyber security problems that the VA, DoD and DoJ can’t fix. Splitting his time between cyber security and cyber medicine initiatives, Rocky has a deep understanding of potential cyber security threats and how firms can work across departmental lines for a risk based approach to stay safe. Rocky will examine breaches of the last 3-5 days to provide insight as to how banks are being attacked and offer recipes to fix the problems so that you can be confident you’re safeguarding your firm.

Return to the office knowing:

  • What you need to do by law and by reputation
  • How to do compliance on a granular level
  • What your plan should be and first steps in dealing with a data breach

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Rocky Young

Principal Cyber Security Engineer
MITRE Corporation

10:35 AM - 11:15 AM Morning Refreshment & Networking Break In The Data Management Café

11:15 AM - 11:35 AM A New Approach to Anomaly Detection, Thinking Like a Manufacturer

Brian Buzzelli, Senior Vice President, Head of Data Governance, Acadian Asset Management
The finance industry doesn’t exactly view high quality data as imperative to making money, but what would that mean in other industries? Consider raw materials in the food and pharmaceutical industries, one small misstep in quality and human health is at risk. What would it mean for data quality if we started treating raw materials, AKA data the way that pharmaceutical manufacturers treat active pharmaceutical ingredients? Brian Buzzelli, Senior Vice President of Data Governance at Acadian Asset Management is drawing inspiration from manufacturing in the way his firm is treating data. Hear lessons learned on how he’s maturing data quality analytics to ultimately increase profitability, including:

  • Types of anomalies needing detection and criteria
  • The role of visualization
  • Opportunities for standardization

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Brian Buzzelli

Senior Vice President, Head of Data Governance
Acadian Asset Management

11:35 AM - 12:10 PM Panel Discussion and Live Polling: Bridging the Gaps of Cyber Security, Enterprise Risk Management and the Data Organization to Ensure a Safe Environment

Harry Chopra, Chief Client Officer, AxiomSL Vijay Akella, Chief Data Officer, U.S. Bank Richard Goldberg, Managing Director and Chief Data Officer, Bank of China, USA Aditya Kongara, Executive Head of Enterprise Information Management & Governance, USAA
4-10 years ago any data security issues would have bene assigned to InfoSec, but the complexity of the issues and increased threats have evolved to a point where InfoSec does a strong job protecting data loss prevention, but firms need partners within of people who understand the data to secure the data in the perimeter. What do risk management approaches look like incorporating technology, governance and security to run a safe and secure business? How do you examine material impact and risk to the firm around controls and understand what technologies are in place to support it? Where does data governance end and where does security start?

Panelists will discuss:

  • Current common threats and measures that have proven effective in prevention
  • Aligning with multiple functions of cybersecurity, InfoSec and risk to get a comprehensive picture of usage
  • Enabling data for the organization and providing minimum output and guidance around firewalls

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL
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Vijay Akella

Chief Data Officer
U.S. Bank
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Richard Goldberg

Managing Director and Chief Data Officer
Bank of China, USA
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Aditya Kongara

Executive Head of Enterprise Information Management & Governance
USAA
Now every issuer of any instrument that is traded with a European bank or counterparty must have an LEI. As we’ve seen with many other requirements coming out of Europe, new standards and requirements are quickly growing, and conversations are evolving with regulators around entity identifiers in the US. What can be done to make rule-making consistent? What are some of the business drivers to do so?

Panelists will discuss:

  • Acceleration of adoption of the LEI
  • Current areas financial institutions must focus on
  • Benefits that have been realized as the LEI as become more broadly adopted

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL
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Robin Doyle

Managing Director, Office of Regulatory Affairs
J.P. Morgan
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Geoff Martin

Director, Client & Regulatory Data Management
RBC Capital Markets
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Scott Preiss

Managing Director, Global Head of CUSIP Global Services
CUSIP Global Services (CGS) managed on behalf of the American Bankers Association by S&P Global Market Intelligence

12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Luncheon For All Attendees

1:45 PM - 2:05 PM Moving Beyond Normal Reporting Performance to Reduce Costs

John Bottega, Interim Managing Director, EDM Council
Regulatory reporting paradigms are dated. Banks continue to spend billions of dollars sending reports to regulators as opposed to granular data. As banks focus efforts on cost reduction and increased efficiency, there is an opportunity to revise this model. What would happen if we sent granular data to them? This session will explore a business use case to driving standards including:

  • Examining the types of reports required
  • Monetization and building a case based on spend
  • Opportunities for the use of granular data

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John Bottega

Interim Managing Director
EDM Council
Regulations are frequently incomplete, sometimes conflicting and always intense. While it can be painful waiting for additional information from regulators to get a framework for compliance underway, there are opportunities to adopt standards to put the industry in a better position for the future. Regulations are aimed at certain industry weaknesses, particularly data protection and quality and oftentimes, it can feel like chasing a moving target while trying to fix it. Given industry standards gave us the ATM, there are promising opportunities to unite around a common methodology. What opportunities are ripe for standardization? Where can organizations collaborate around efficiencies?

Data standards and compliance experts from across the industry will discuss:

  • How groups have re-organized to better serve the industry
  • Collaboration opportunities to create efficiencies across industry
  • Key areas to standardize, particularly structured data

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL
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Allie Harris

Senior Director, Data Governance and Analytics
Bank of Montreal
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Karla McKenna

Director, Market Practice and Standards, Chair of ISO/TC 68 Financial Services
Citi

2:40 PM - 2:55 PM Panel Revolution: Creating A Program of Work To Adopt Industry Standards

2:55 PM - 3:10 PM Closing Future Outlook: Examining Our Maturity and Next Steps to Advance the Data Agenda, Takeaways to Share Back at the Office

Marissa Alvord, Program Director, FIMA US
After nearly three action packed days of sessions and networking, brains will likely be swelling with new insights and ideas. We hope to take some of the work off your plates by providing takeaways to share with your colleagues. Throughout the event we will conduct live polling and Q&A to better understand our maturity as an industry and to help you better benchmark against your peers.

This discussion will collate polling results to provide clarity around:

  • Maturity of data organizations
  • Technology priorities
  • Strides in innovation
  • Opportunities for increased efficiency and cost reduction

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Marissa Alvord

Program Director
FIMA US

3:10 PM - 3:10 PM End Of FIMA US 2018