FIMA US 2019

April 01 - 03, 2019

Westin Copley Place, Boston MA

Contact Us: 1-888-482-6012

DAY TWO, TUESDAY, April 2, 2019: Ensuring Data is Fit For Purpose, Compliant and Scalable

7:00 am - 8:00 am Continental Breakfast & Registration In The Data Management Café

7:00 am - 8:00 am Women in Data Networking Breakfast

Robin Doyle - Managing Director, Office of Regulatory Affairs, J.P. Morgan
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Robin Doyle

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

8:00 am - 8:05 am Welcome Remarks

Marissa Alvord - Program Director, FIMA US
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Marissa Alvord

Program Director
FIMA US

8:05 am - 8:20 am Chairperson’s Opening Address

Alex Tsigutkin - Chief Executive Officer, AxiomSL
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Alex Tsigutkin

Chief Executive Officer
AxiomSL

Data quality has long been the holy grail, and it’s something the industry continues to struggle with. The notion of what makes data right is difficult to explain and going to the nth degree of data quality will cost millions. Data can easily be imputed and in many cases, it will be okay, but the extent of cheating is pretty inconsistent in data management. Many data consumers will demand six decimal places of precision, but is that really needed or will a directionally correct answer suffice? What reference range makes sense? Two data management leaders will weigh in on how much precision is actually needed to determine data quality.
This debate will address:
•Real versus perceived precision
•The role of ‘cheating’ in data management
•High quality history and what is really needed
•Balancing bang for buck around experimental data sets

Moderator: David Saul, SVP and Chief Scientist, State Street 
Taking the position of True: Veda Bawo, SVP, Managing Director of Data Quality & EDO Program Management, Fifth Third Bank
Taking the position of False: Girish Satpute, Head of Investment Operations Technology, Fidelity Investments

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David Saul

Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist
State Street

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Veda Bawo

Senior Vice President/Managing Director, Data Quality & EDO Program Management
Fifth Third Bank

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Girish Satpute

Head of Investment Operations Technology
Fidelity Investments

Following GDPR, we’re seeing a rise in thought leading states like CO, MA and TX pushing for tighter customer data regulations, including the California Consumer Privacy Act coming into effect in 2020. Opt-in aspects will bring new changes to marketing and firms will need to protect new pieces of structured and unstructured data. How can you put protections in for the few states adhering to these privacy protections so that you’re more prepared for others to follow? What are the implications for records management?
Panelists will discuss:

•Making controls tighter and more stringent around personal data
•Ensuring the business lines are executing appropriate risk management to align with regulations
•Implications for records management and data retention

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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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Brian Rossman

Chief Resiliency Officer
US Bank

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Michael Manbeck

Vice President, Enterprise Data Management
Fidelity Investments

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Nicole Brooks

Managing Director, Head of Data Policy & Governance
RBC

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Sanjay Bery

Managing Director, Data Governance & Data Stewardship
TIAA

CDOs will be in trouble if they don’t continually link data strategy directly to business outcomes. Across the industry new CDOs are coming into roles, building out data functions while others are joining established data organizations, making their marks and setting their roadmaps. Others are revising and reorganizing their data organizations to better drive business outcomes. How do you ensure you’re in lockstep with the business and new digital initiatives? We’ll hear from CDOs and experts in each of these categories to find out how they are organizing to align data management with business strategy to optimize outcomes.
Panelists will discuss:
•Centralized, federated and hybrid models 
•Engagement and assessment models to capture information to support technology and business teams
•What makes alignment to business strategy sustainable

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL

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Jean-Christophe Lionti

Managing Director, Chief Data Officer, CIB North America
BNP Paribas

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Stan O'Marra

Chief Data Officer, Investments and Managing Director
MassMutual

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Cara Dailey

Chief Data Officer
Silicon Valley Bank

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JoAnn Stonier

Chief Data Officer
Mastercard

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Ernst Renner

Managing Partner
NEOS LLC

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Peter Moss

CEO
The SmartStream Reference Data Utility (RDU)

10:15 am - 10:55 am Rise N Grind Morning Break In The Data Management Café

According to a recent report by IntSights Cyber Intelligence, there has been a 135% increase in bank data for sale on the dark web in the last year. Security is foundational to everything and the gap between security and data management is getting increasingly narrow. If there’s a breach, you’re entrusted to govern it. The data security organization knows the tools, but not the data, the sensitivity and value in the data is a governance issue. How are you protecting not just the semi-structured and unstructured data, but applications and models? How are you addressing the question of access? How is data governance stepping up to meet evolving requirements?
Find out:
•What combinations of enabling technologies and policies are most effective
•How to strike a balance of protecting client data while supporting innovation
•Which categories of sensitive data need to be protected at a higher standard

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL

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Clay McBride

Global Head of Data Management
Aegon

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Jodi Morton

VP, Single Family Chief Data Officer
Freddie Mac

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Mark Blanchette

SVP, Director Business Technology & Data Management
Seacoast Bank

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Aditya Kongara

Executive Head, Enterprise Information Management and Governance
USAA

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Dominic Sartorio

SVP Products & Development
Protegrity

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Ravi Shankar

Chief Marketing Officer
Denodo Technologies

11:30 am - 11:50 am Guest Keynote | Humanizing Data-Driven Innovation, A Pharma Perspective

Meg Heim - Vice President & Head, Diabetes and CV Scientific Communications - North America, Sanofi
It could be argued that the financial services industry’s closest cousin is pharma. Both industries invest heavily in innovations to disrupt their respective markets and both are subject to intense and shifting regulations throughout the world. Most importantly, both are fueled by data. Clinical trial data and patient data are just two of the most critical data types driving innovation and growth in pharma. From developing life saving vaccinations, to the most cutting edge immunotherapies to treat cancer patients, pharma is heavily reliant on quality data to drive business decisions. Meg Heim, Vice President and Head of NA Medical Affairs and Scientific Communications for Sanofi knows the value of data. Meg will share the latest approaches to data innovation in pharma, including:
•How data is driving different parts of the business
•Contemporary data management technologies and their use cases
•The risks of poor quality data in pharma
•The role of data in future breakthrough opportunities 

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Meg Heim

Vice President & Head, Diabetes and CV Scientific Communications - North America
Sanofi

10:55 am - 11:50 am Diversity in Data Working Group

Peggy Tsai - Vice President, Analytics & Data, Morgan Stanley
Research has proven diverse teams create strong results. As data organizations are in a period of growth and talent development is a key concern for CDOs, this working group will help you learn and idea share with peers across industry around how to foster diversity. Find out:
•How diverse teams have added value
•What other firms are looking for when building teams
•Lessons learned in driving diversity

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Peggy Tsai

Vice President, Analytics & Data
Morgan Stanley

11:50 am - 12:10 pm Leveraging Data and Predictive Analytics to Grow the Business

Traci Gusher - Principal, Data & Analytics, KPMG Bob Parr - Principal and Chief Data Officer for KPMG US, KPMG
Clean data and predictive analytics at a high level will allow financial institutions to solve problems and be more proactive. Predictive analytics are creating an opportunity to review data, identify patterns and develop products to meet the needs arising from the behavior of clients. How are predictive analytics actually being applied? Where have there been successes? What are the barriers facing many organizations and how are leading organizations addressing these challenges?
Find out:
•How to capture more people’s business and cross-sell
•How predictive analytics and AI are impacting customer interaction 
•What has been learned from the current wave of predictive analytics and what does the future look like 

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Traci Gusher

Principal, Data & Analytics
KPMG

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Bob Parr

Principal and Chief Data Officer for KPMG US
KPMG

11:50 am - 12:10 pm Creative Boardroom 1 Data Management Strategies that Balance the Needs of a Small to Mid-Sized Firm

Natalie Sendele - Director, Data Governance, Artisan Partners
Let’s face it, one size does not fit all across the industry and smaller firms have different issues. Natalie Sendele, Director, Data Governance, Artisan Partners built the data governance program at Artisan Partners 10 years ago and has closely aligned her group’s efforts with the business as she’s matured the data organization. During this interactive session find out how to:
• Meet the needs of the business without adding unnecessary headcount
• Establish data governance structures and determining workflows in the absence of a CDO
• Define the size and scope of data management and governance

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Natalie Sendele

Director, Data Governance
Artisan Partners

The scalability and cost effectiveness of the cloud are tremendously appealing, particularly with the rapid growth of data. However ongoing concerns remain around the risks of cloud computing and hosting in general. How do you actually move to the cloud? How can you mitigate risk in your cloud approach? What capabilities should you be looking for in a cloud? 
Gain insights on:
•Best practices for transitioning to the cloud, including handling entitlements
•How much can be shared in the cloud to comply with security rules
•Handling legacy infrastructure

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL

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Vinay Jha

Executive Vice President and Chief Data Officer
Citizens Bank

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Praveen Reddy

Head of Enterprise Technology and Information Architecture
Voya Financial

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Jason Sabino

VP and Principal Architect, Data & Analytics
Capital Group

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Stephane DuBois

Founder and CEO
Xignite, Inc.

12:10 pm - 12:45 pm Creative Boardroom 2 Getting a Data Program Off the Ground, Selecting Technology and Architecture to Meet Your Needs

Martin M. Hosseini - Senior Vice President, CNB Data Office, City National Bank
Data modernization requires lofty investments in technology and architecture to support the business. How can you best evaluate the different opportunities for your organization? How do you determine the good bets versus those to wait on as they mature? What is the next set of investments that should be considered? Hear from an experienced head of data management about how decisions were made around technology selection and architecture to suit the needs of the business. Walk away with a personalized approach for technology and architecture requirements.
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Martin M. Hosseini

Senior Vice President, CNB Data Office
City National Bank

12:45 pm - 1:05 pm Bringing Value to the Business, Retooling Warehousing and Culture to Enable Self-Service Analytics

Bill Pryor - Global Head of Data and Analytics, Custody and Funds Services, Citi
As the demand for data and analytics continues to increase, data and analytics leaders are under pressure to quickly reconcile the changes required for data management and warehousing approaches with a shift in cultural mindset. Bill Pryor, Global Head of Data and Analytics, Custody and Funds Services for Citi set out with a vision to provide access to data and visualizations in a flexible way, empowering the user to do anything they want with it instantly. Find out lessons learned, including:
•5 things that worked to overcome cultural barriers and resistance to change
•How to transform from a report centric to a data centric operating model
•Selecting modern technologies and techniques to the benefit of clients

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Bill Pryor

Global Head of Data and Analytics, Custody and Funds Services
Citi

1:05 pm - 2:05 pm Luncheon For All Attendees

Workshop Track A
Getting Started, Establishing Accountability
Not sure how to get started on your data journey? Look no further! This work stream is for those looking for the first stages of a data management roadmap.

2:05 pm - 2:55 pm Workshop 1A Defining Data Governance Across the Organization

Sumanda Basu - Director, Data Management, Société Générale
The cost of not doing data governance is a higher propensity for operating losses. Governance goes beyond just filling out reports for regulators. Financial institutions need to build more robust, complete and integrated processes from front to back to generate better information. How can you best align data governance with the broader data management project to push them out together? How do you embed data governance roles into people’s formal titles?
This interactive workshop will empower you with tools to:
•Understand the fundamentals of data governance, including cataloging
•Establish a sound and robust governance structure to stand up to regulators
•Create a network of data stewards suitable to the size of your organization to serve as subject matter experts to understand the needs of the business

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Sumanda Basu

Director, Data Management
Société Générale

2:55 pm - 3:45 pm Workshop 2A Establishing and Implementing a Successful Data Quality Program

Interested in demonstrating thought leadership as an interactive workshop facilitator? Contact Charles McNiff at 646-200-7828 or
charles.mcniff@wbresearch.com

Quality data is widely recognized as key to enabling better business decisions, but how do you achieve data quality? How do you dispel myths about data quality? What should your policies look like? 
This how to workshop will cover:
•The key roles and reporting structures necessary to create high quality data
•How to determine what fields are critical
•Validation and data cleansing at various stages

Workshop Track B
Maintaining and Sustaining Data Culture
Designed for those with data governance and data policies in place, this work stream will help you to make it stick and mature the organization.

2:05 pm - 2:55 pm Workshop 1B Maintaining and Sustaining Momentum Around Data Governance

Rise Zaiser - Chief Data Officer, Americas Division, SMBC
Data governance can take on a range of forms and it continues to be a pain point as so few people want to take ownership of data. How do you keep the program going as a way of life? How can you gain efficiencies around governance across the organization? How do you integrate processes into the organization? How do you prioritize efforts on regional and global levels? 
Join peers in this interactive workshop to find out how to:
•Integrate governance with the project lifecycle and connect basic activities to strategic advantage
•Get corporate governance to drive priority and budgets
•Drive governance at the global level and modernize it

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Rise Zaiser

Chief Data Officer, Americas Division
SMBC

2:55 pm - 3:45 pm Workshop 2B Driving Next Generation Data Quality and Metrics to Support the Business

Interested in demonstrating thought leadership as an interactive workshop facilitator? Contact Charles McNiff at 646-200-7828 or
charles.mcniff@wbresearch.com

The industry is working tirelessly to improve data quality, no matter the method. There is a greater focus now on measuring data and determining metrics for data quality to have a better handle on risk domains. What measurements are most effective to help identify if something is wrong to fix it before errors occur?  What tools are available for data quality measurements, dashboards and data quality remediation? How can you role out more in dashboards and metrics to improve visibility and drive improvement efforts?
This deep dive workshop will help you:
•Establish metrics to drive improvements in data quality
•Present KPIs to the business
•Drive resolutions from data issues

Track C: Drill Down Interactive Discussions to Drive Business Outcomes
These interactive roundtables cover niche topics to support deep discussion. Divide and conquer with your teams and walk away with fresh insights to advance your data program.

1.Enabling Data Virtualization to Increase Efficiency 
Mark Blanchette, SVP, Director Business Technology & Data Management, Seacoast Bank
2.Fairness and Accountability in Data, the Ethics Question 
Vinay Jha, Executive Vice President and Chief Data Officer, Citizens Bank
3.Where Are We Now With BCBS 239 Compliance?
Jessica Chen, SVP, Compliance, Citi 
4.Centralized vs. Federated Data Architectures, What Your Firm Needs
Deborah Lorenzen , Head of Strategy and Data Governance, State Street Global Advisors, State Street
5.Managing the Complexities of Data from Different Systems, From Collection to Reconciliation to Maintaining Integrity
6.Making Sense of Alternative Data to Deliver Value to the Business 

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Mark Blanchette

SVP, Director Business Technology & Data Management
Seacoast Bank

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Vinay Jha

Executive Vice President and Chief Data Officer
Citizens Bank

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Jessica Chen

Senior Vice President, Compliance
Citi

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Deborah Lorenzen

Head of Strategy and Data Governance, State Street Global Advisors
State Street

2:55 pm - 3:45 pm Talking Talent | Attracting, Training and Retaining Talent to Support Your Business Into the Future

Andrew Foster - Deputy Chief Data Officer, Americas, Deutsche Bank Jacob Kosoff - SVP, Head of Model Risk Management & Validation, Regions Bank
Talent is a hot button issue for this community. Everyone is in competition with each other over a relatively small pool of talent. As the industry moves more into smart technologies, what does this mean for recruitment and talent retention? How can you as a financial services company feel more like a tech company to attract skilled technologists? This boardroom style session will be driven by discussion. Participants will be asked to come prepared with both questions AND at least 1 success story/proven tactic that has benefited your business in the areas of recruitment, training and retention. 
•Attraction and recruitment best practices, capturing talent when competing with the tech industry
•Talent development and training best practices, treating people as your first asset
•Retention best practices, knowing what keeps talent motivated in the long-term

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Andrew Foster

Deputy Chief Data Officer, Americas
Deutsche Bank

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Jacob Kosoff

SVP, Head of Model Risk Management & Validation
Regions Bank

3:45 pm - 4:25 pm Sweet Tooth Afternoon Break In The Data Management Café

4:25 pm - 4:55 pm Guest Keynote | The Intersection of Emotional Intelligence and Neuroscience

Michele Nevarez - Head of Leadership Programs & Strategic Partnerships, Key Step Media
As data professionals in finance, you are well aware of the challenges leaders face with ever increasing complexity, demands on our attention, and need to navigate the gray along with new territory. How can an understanding of Emotional Intelligence make you more adept at these critical leadership skills? Michele Nevarez, Head of Leadership Programs & Strategic Partnerships for Key Step Media has over 20 years of HR leadership experience working for industry leaders in investment management, healthcare, manufacturing, and management consulting. Michele will outline the foundational skills of Emotional Intelligence and bridge these to neuroscience to help you understand our neural circuitry and what you can do to positively shape your own brain as well as your outcomes. You'll be introduced to:
•The 6 foundational skills of Emotional Intelligence and their neural circuitry in the brain
•Micro-techniques that can be used to strengthen your own self awareness, focus, and emotional balance.
•How to recover from setbacks more quickly and use this to become a more influential leader

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Michele Nevarez

Head of Leadership Programs & Strategic Partnerships
Key Step Media

As the industry undergoes massive business and digital transformation, data is underpinning this shift and it’s exciting to bring the entire firm into your processes! CDOs need to think 10 steps ahead of their organizations and know where the next big bets will be and build capabilities to drive corporate strategy to grow the business, but how can you translate this in a way that you’ll be heard? In a role where you have to beat the drum every day, how can you continue to show value? How do you get people excited about data quality? What narratives are proving most effective to get engagement and gain buy-in? 
Data leaders will explain:
•How to create a storyboard based on business outcomes
•What KPIs are meaningful and how to align KPIs with the business
•What change management approaches motivate people, and what doesn’t work

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Harry Chopra

Chief Client Officer
AxiomSL

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Jacklyn Osborne

GBM Global Chief Data Officer
HSBC

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Jenny Tsouvalis

SVP and Enterprise Head, Investment Reporting, Operations & Applications
OMERS

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Brian Keil

Vice President, Data Management
Charles Schwab & Co.

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Brandon Thomas

Chief Data Officer
Zions Bancorporation

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Mark Fontana

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Data and Analytics
Comerica Bank

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Richard Goldberg

Managing Director and Chief Data Officer
Bank of China, USA

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Dueling Pianos Reception

After a content packed day, relax and unwind with your peers during our all new Dueling Pianos cocktail reception. Enjoy the sounds and sights of expert pianists tickling the ivories while connecting with old friends and meeting new connections, we’ll keep the cocktails flowing!

6:30 pm - 6:30 pm End Of Main Day Two