FIMA Europe 2016

02 - 03 November, 2016

QEII Conference Centre, London

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Day 2 - Thursday 3rd November 2016

Day 2 - Thursday 3rd November 2016

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8:00 AM Registration and welcome coffee

Reimagining data connectivity
8:50 AM Opening remarks from Programme Director – Sarah Palit

9:00 AM Opening remarks from the chair

Edward Boag, CDO, Pioneer Investment Management

 Edward Boag
Edward Boag
CDO
Pioneer Investment Management

9:10 AM Becoming the data-driven enterprise of the future: Our story on how to develop an optimised data strategy approach to balance business innovation and IT oversight

Colin Hall, Group CDO, Credit Suisse

  • How to strike the right balance between projects that are business led and IT led – how do you prioritise?
  • How can you change the perception of data to help achieve your business goal instead of a viewing it as a separate ‘technology project’?
  • How can you and your data team make an impact with what individual IT departments are doing in each business unit?
  • How to break down siloes between data initiatives: data governance, data analytics, data quality, data compliance (protection, data retention), data risk

 Colin Hall
Colin Hall
Group CDO
Credit Suisse

Colin Hall is a Managing Director at Credit Suisse (CS) and Credit Suisse’s Group Chief Data Officer (Group CDO). Prior to that role, Colin was the Chief Data officer for the Global Markets Division. His responsibilities included managing the global teams maintaining CS IB’s client reference data, the CS group (i.e. IB and PB/WM) product data a ...[Read More]

9:30 AM All star panel: What’s next for the CDO in executing data projects? - lessons learned and expectations for the future

Graham Smith, CDO, RBS

James Harwood-Bridgen, Global CDO, HSBC Asset Management

Julian Dorado, CDO, M&G Investments

Jo Coutuer, CDO, Member of the Executive Committee, BNP Paribas Fortis

A fantastic panel of top-level data decision makers from top banks and asset managers share their ideas and strategies for the coming years.

  • What does the role of the CDO mean for everyone else in the business?
  • What are the priorities for the CDO right now – (e.g. high level modelling, software engineering?)
  • What’s next once you have the strategy, governance and people in place – how can you define the processes and tool-set to get your projects executed?
  • How to define and develop capabilities and improve data by business and regulatory priorities
  • How to manage the cost of regulations and demonstrating compliance
  • Will you be investing in data strategists and data scientists in your team? 
  • To what extent should you implement the model driven approach – to foster innovation and access the analytical environment?

Graham has spent more than 20 years in Financial Services and, as each year passed, his enthusiasm for data as a driver of business value has not diminished. He has worked in a variety of roles including integrating banks together, creating a Risk COO & IT functions and, most recently, setting up one of the first banking CDO functions.

...[Read More]

James Harwood-Bridgen
Global CDO
HSBC Asset Management

 Julian Dorado
Julian Dorado
CDO
M&G Investments

Julian is responsible for the delivery of Data capability at M&G including the sourcing of data for the investment teams, client services and the regulators. The main areas of focus include Data Content Management, Valuations (c.£270bn), Market Data Services, Data Governance and developing Data Services. In addition the team have developed regul ...[Read More]

Jo Coutuer
CDO, Member of the Executive Committee
BNP Paribas Fortis

10:10 AM All star panel: How can you use big data, data lakes, cloud storage and Hadoop technology to advance and improve data governance, data quality and data management?

Chris Bannocks, Group CDO, ING Bank N.

Sean O'Dowd, Global Financial Services Director, MapR

Dominik Classen, Director of Sales Engineering EMEA & APAC, Pentaho

Dhivya Venkatachalam, Head of Data Governance Practice, Schroders

David Hayes, CDO, Santander UK

A truly engaging panel of data strategy leaders from top banks and asset managers discuss their latest strategies on how to optimise the value of the data lake and big data.
  • What are the main implications of cloud storage and how to ensure that data stored on the cloud is safe and secure?
  • How can you use the concept of big data or data lakes to advance and improve data governance, data quality and data management?
  • How can you define your data governance strategy to manage the data lake?
  • To what extent can you manage users and providers to protect confidentially of data?
  • How can you use the data lake to overcome the challenge of ‘dark data’
  • What are the main implications of the Hadoop technology?
  • How to encourage a company-wide responsibility for data to understand obligations in terms of data distribution

 Chris Bannocks
Chris Bannocks
Group CDO
ING Bank N.

Chris has spent more than 20 years in and around data, analytics and data management on both the business, technology and vendor sides for large organisations such as Credit Suisse, Nomura, Thomson Reuters, Barclays and now he holds the role of Group Chief Data Officer at ING where he leads the strategic transformation towards a data centric cul ...[Read More]

 Sean O'Dowd
Sean O'Dowd
Global Financial Services Director
MapR
Sean O’Dowd is the Global Financial Services Director at MapR. In this role, Sean focuses on industry strategy and working with financial services firms to advance big data projects.

He has spent over 15 years focused on financial services and capital markets. He comes to MapR after several years with Teradata as their Capital Marke
...[Read More]

 Dominik Classen
Dominik Classen
Director of Sales Engineering EMEA & APAC
Pentaho

Dominik Classen is an industry professional with more than twelve years of working experience in Analytics. He is currently responsible for supporting the growth of Pentaho's Analytics and Big Data business throughout the EMEA region. Before joining Pentaho in 2014, Dominik held roles in Sales Engineering and technical positions at Microstrategy ...[Read More]

 Dhivya Venkatachalam
Dhivya Venkatachalam
Head of Data Governance Practice
Schroders

Dhivya heads up the Data Governance Practice at Schroders. She is passionate about holistic data capability in the enterprise and has managed all facets of data in the enterprise- data management, governance, architecture and the data in projects. She has been instrumental in defining the Data and Information Strategies, establishing enterprise ...[Read More]

David Hayes
CDO
Santander UK

10:50 AM Morning networking break

Disruptive data technologies: Part II
11:30 AM All star panel: BlockChain - What is it, what’s the impact and what are the opportunities and pitfalls for financial institutions?

Andy Danahy, Program Manager, Credit Suisse

Igor Lobanov, Head of Systems Architecture, Legal & General Investment Management

Jean-Marc Bonnefous, Managing Partner, Tellurian Capital and board observer, Clearmatics Technologies

Kush Patel, Co-Founder, Tallysticks

In this exciting future-thinking panel, senior-level thought leaders and experts divulge their predictions for BlockChain and what it really means for the financial data industry.
  • Who’s looking to implement BlockChain - what have they done, what are the pitfalls?
  • What are the options for using this technology: Where are the touch points? What are the things you need to consider and know more about? What do other users need to know?
  • How to use BlockChain as an instant settlement mechanism: What are the consequences for the custodian, and to what extent can they offer savings to us and to investors?
  • Outlining the 5 + years horizon: How far away are we from the productive use of block chain and widespread application?
  • Can BlockChain be used for regulatory and client reporting: A continuous flow of information to the retriever
  • How to use BlockChain to record and capture trade and transaction data in a secure way and what are the options for on-the-day capture
  • To what extent can BlockChain technology ensure complete integrity of data?
  • To what extent can BlockChain technology to ‘water-mark’ data to trace back to the source and manage data lineage?

Andy Danahy
Program Manager
Credit Suisse

I have worked for Credit Suisse for 11 years on a range of change initiatives in Finance, Front Office and Reference Data. My specific focus has been on systems implementation and integration of trading and Legal Contract Data and the systems that this impacts throughout the Investment Banking organisation. Before joining CS I worked as a develo ...[Read More]

 Igor Lobanov
Igor Lobanov
Head of Systems Architecture
Legal & General Investment Management

Igor is directly responsible for defining the technology strategy for Legal & General Investment Management. Igor has been taking an active role in the data management industry over the past years. In particular, he headed up an industry working group which came up with a standard definition of an Investment Book of Record capability. Igor has 1 ...[Read More]

Jean-Marc Bonnefous
Managing Partner, Tellurian Capital and board observer
Clearmatics Technologies

Mr. Jean-Marc Bonnefous is the founder and managing partner of Tellurian Capital Management LLP, a London based investment management firm focused on the energy, commodity and technology sectors. He is presently a director of a number of technology companies, including Clearmatics, a new London-based blockchain technology firm. Prior to launchin ...[Read More]

 Kush Patel
Kush Patel
Co-Founder
Tallysticks

Kush Patel is the co-founder and CEO of Tallysticks. After a successful career on Wall St. and as a diplomat with the US Government, he decided to venture out on his own. Kush has start-up experience in a range of industries, including: investments, pharmaceuticals and, now, financial technology. He is an outside-the-box thinker with a talent ...[Read More]

12:10 PM Oxford style debate: Implementing a centralised client data hub across all business units is worth the investment – FOR & AGAINST

Julia Sutton, Group Customer Data Manager, Group Data Management Office, HSBC

Edward Boag, CDO, Pioneer Investment Management

Boris Gregus, Design Authority - Chief Data Office, Data and Analytics, Services, RBS

Fully engage with the contentious issue of whether to implement a fully centralised system for your client data - witness two industry-leading figures pit themselves against each other in a battle to deliver the knockout argument.

FOR

  • Regulators are expecting banks to track clients across business units (investment, commercial, retail) and understand the relationship with the customer
  • Data quality will improve and an improved understanding will support more facts-based decision making

AGAINST

  • It’s too difficult to define a single customer view – especially with global, multi-location, multiple accounts
  • Where is the synergy? Data level vs. vendor level vs. where ‘we’re kidding ourselves’
 Julia Sutton
Julia Sutton
Group Customer Data Manager, Group Data Management Office
HSBC

 Edward Boag
Edward Boag
CDO
Pioneer Investment Management

Boris Gregus
Design Authority - Chief Data Office, Data and Analytics, Services
RBS

12:40 PM Networking lunch

TRACK A – Data Governance

1:50 PM Opening remarks from the chair

Tarun Chudasama, Head of Information Management, Investec Asset Management

 Tarun Chudasama
Tarun Chudasama
Head of Information Management
Investec Asset Management

TRACK B – Data Quality and Management

Opening remarks from the chair

Sally Hinds, MD and Co-Founder, Data Management Consulting Services Ltd.

Sally Hinds
MD and Co-Founder
Data Management Consulting Services Ltd.

TRACK C – Mastering Data Vendor Management

Opening remarks from the chair

Graham T. Downie, Manager - Global Information Services and Market Data, Standard Life Investments Limited

Graham T. Downie
Manager - Global Information Services and Market Data
Standard Life Investments Limited

TRACK D – Mastering Data Architecture and Technology

Opening remarks from the chair

Anthony Coates, Solution/Data Architecture, Deutsche Bank

 Anthony Coates
Anthony Coates
Solution/Data Architecture
Deutsche Bank

Tony is a solution data architect with a long involvement in the creation of financial data standards, especially XML standards. He is passionate about ensuring that data platforms are forward looking, so that they provide efficient and effective internal data services over the strategic longer term.

...[Read More]

TRACK E – Synergy Workshops

Synergy workshop: How to manage an effective data lineage system – what structures and tools can you implement?

James Longstaff, Vice President, Chief Data Office, Deutsche Bank

  • How to decide what is must have and what is nice-to-have
  • How to consolidate labels and base models
  • How to use data lineage to manage the quality of data input
  • How to automate data lineage and keep the knowledge current 
  • How to decide how far to trace data back? 
  • How to practically use data lineage to manage and control risk

 James Longstaff
James Longstaff
Vice President, Chief Data Office
Deutsche Bank

TRACK A – Data Governance

2:00 PM Data steward Q&A: Understanding the data steward’s perspective when deploying and managing a data governance structure

Neil Wright, EMEA Client Data Steward, EMEA Account Data Steward, State Street Global Advisors

  • How to define the data role: data policies, data sourcing, process and operational
  • How can you carry out data governance in terms of improving quality and getting it right from the start
  • How to ensure data is understood throughout the company, consistent
  • How to ensure the acceptance of responsibility for master sources of data
  • How to decide on and separate data governance, data projects and data operations (day to day data feed and data managed centrally)
Neil Wright
EMEA Client Data Steward, EMEA Account Data Steward
State Street Global Advisors

Neil Wright is the Account and Client Steward within the Data Stewardship team and is based in London. Prior to joining the Data Stewardship team Neil was a Business Analyst in the Project Management team providing subject matter expertise for on-boarding, data and account set-up related projects. Neil has held various roles across operations at ...[Read More]

TRACK B – Data Quality and Management

All star panel: How to define and manage a centralised golden source /master data for your internal stakeholders - improving EDM

Chris Pim, Reference Data and Regulatory Transaction Reporting Strategy, RBS

Andrew Duguid, VP, Information Systems, Mizuho International

James Bramwell, Director, Enterprise Data Management, Barclays

Rickie Glasgow, VP Reference Data Services, Deutsche Bank

Stephen Ingle, Financial Services - Associate Principal,, eClerx

  • How to assess the degree of structure and formalisation required to control a centralised system
  • How to communicate and ensure stakeholder awareness for wider use of the data on a company wide basis
  • How to integrate and centralise master data when legacy systems are managed directly by each business line
  • How to choose the right vendors to help with creating the golden source and distributing data
  • How to ensure your centralised system is compatible with the data vendors you and your business lines want to work with
  • How to develop an effective interface for master and reference data
  • How to assess which data to add manually via workflow and which data to automate
  • How can you enforce consumption of data from the golden source
  • What mechanism and architecture and policies do you have to have in place – how do you spot who’s not using data properly
  • How do you set up goldensource in the first place?
  • How do you bring in client data –as it is less mature than market data?


 Chris Pim
Chris Pim
Reference Data and Regulatory Transaction Reporting Strategy
RBS

Currently working in RBS Transaction Management Group, Trade & Data Integrity Optimisation. Our team supports T&DI functions: Reference Data, Chief Data Office, Trade & Transaction Reporting, Data Quality, Ledger integrity, and Internals & Intercompany. My focus is on CDO, Data, and Regulatory reporting providing support around op model, SME kno ...[Read More]

 Andrew Duguid
Andrew Duguid
VP, Information Systems
Mizuho International

I’m a business analyst in the Enterprise Data Management team at Mizuho International. I am responsible for both security and client reference data. I have performed a similar role at HSBC and Daiwa Capital markets and have also worked at software vendors including GoldenSource.

...[Read More]

James Bramwell
Director, Enterprise Data Management
Barclays

Head of Market Data Enterprise Data Management for Barclays, and has been at Barclay’s for just over 11 years. James has worked within the financial services industry for 30 years starting at Reuters working as an engineer for 10 years before moving over the fence to work within the end user environment in var ...[Read More]

 Rickie Glasgow
Rickie Glasgow
VP Reference Data Services
Deutsche Bank

With over 18 years’ experience working in the vendor space developing and managing reference data products for Six, Thomson Reuters and S&P Global before joining Deutsche Bank where he now works within the Reference data team responsible for setting and implementing DB’s reference data strategy.

...[Read More]

 Stephen Ingle
Stephen Ingle
Financial Services - Associate Principal,
eClerx

TRACK C – Mastering Data Vendor Management

All star panel: How can you work with data vendors to better manage and control the cost of distributing data?

Elliott Hann, Director,Global Head of Sales, FENICS Market Data

Olivier Rose, Head of Projects and International Data Management, Societe Generale Securities Services

John Visti Madsen, Global Head of Vendor Management, Aegon Asset Management

  • How to use vendors to help design systems to dedupe data and avoid paying for the same data
  • Which vendors are looking at alternative business models to adapt the cost of data is used multiple times
  • Which inventory and EDM systems can help to manage the cost of market data 
  • How are FinTechs getting involved in disrupting the way market data is bought and distributed?

 Elliott Hann
Elliott Hann
Director,Global Head of Sales
FENICS Market Data
Elliott Hann is Director, Global Head of Sales for FENICS Market Data. Mr Hann assumed his current role in January 2016 upon the creation of a combined business representing BGC Partners’ market data brands including BGC Market Data and GFI Market Data. Prior to his current role Mr Hann held the role of Commercial Director, Fenics Software, global ...[Read More]

 Olivier Rose
Olivier Rose
Head of Projects and International Data Management
Societe Generale Securities Services

Olivier ROSE joined the Fund administration division of Société Générale Securities Services in 2004 to become responsible of the market data workstream in the project of implementation of the new SGSS fund accounting software. In 2008 he became responsible for international data management and the specialist involved in all projects requiring m ...[Read More]

 John Visti Madsen
John Visti Madsen
Global Head of Vendor Management
Aegon Asset Management

John Visti Madsen is a seasoned market data professional with 14+ years’ experience from various management positions at data vendors and consumers in the space of market data sourcing, market data sales, vendor management, data management and governance. 

As Global Head of Vendor Management at Aegon Asset Management, he’s currently res ...[Read More]

TRACK D – Mastering Data Architecture and Technology

All star panel: How to choose and integrate the best data governance, quality and lineage tools

Saif Khan, Group Senior Data Manager, HSBC

Mark Sully, Director, ICX4 Ltd

Huw Howell, MD, Programme Director, Global Data Programme, Nomura

Richard Withers, Head of Data Governance, Aldermore

  • How can you integrate your tools to help achieve a front to back solution
  • How can you build in new innovative tools to legacy systems?
  • What are the main priorities to link between governance, quality and lineage tools?
  • How to identify the most important data and make sure it is clean throughout the entire database
  • How to assess which tools will work best for your company objectives?
  • How can the tools help to provide workflows?

 Saif Khan
Saif Khan
Group Senior Data Manager
HSBC

Having performed a number of roles in industry and management consulting, Saif joined HSBC to manage the group business glossary and dictionary. After transitioning the function from Hong Kong to the Global HQ in London last year, Saif's focus to date has been on building out content and operating models, governance and data lineage capabilities ...[Read More]

 Mark Sully
Mark Sully
Director
ICX4 Ltd
Mark has worked within the Information Industry for over 20 years delivering solutions in Risk, Finance, Financial Crime, Credit and Supply Chain. Having held senior roles for a number of global vendors he has developed a detailed knowledge of how organisations consume complex data. ...[Read More]

 Huw Howell
Huw Howell
MD, Programme Director, Global Data Programme
Nomura

Huw has spent the last 24 years in Nomura covering a variety of roles for example, Internal Audit, Business Management, EMEA Client Strategy, Global Head of Operational Risk. He is currently the Programme Director – Nomura Group BCBS239 Programme.

...[Read More]

 Richard Withers
Richard Withers
Head of Data Governance
Aldermore

Richard, has a background in data arena with extensive experience of implementing data (including governance and solution) delivering data enablement. 

 Currently leading for the bank - GDPR, BCBS 239 & IFRS 9 projects (data hungry projects) 

Richards long career started within consulting, experienced in all data structured & uns ...[Read More]

TRACK E – Synergy Workshops

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TRACK A – Data Governance

2:20 PM Evolving approaches for next generation Data Governance: Leveraging innovative analytical techniques (graph, network analysis, cognitive) to deliver data governance in a distributed environment

Jon Asprey, Associate Partner - Banking & Financial Markets, IBM

  • Navigating and visualising data assets in a meaningful way across complex distributed environments (structured/unstructured - internal/external)
  • Enabling access (shopping for data) and ensure security through shared and open metadata
  • Driving real cost savings through visualising under-utilised or duplicated data feeds/sources
  • Understanding and governing the "data lake"
 Jon Asprey
Jon Asprey
Associate Partner - Banking & Financial Markets
IBM
As an industry lead in IBM’s Analytics & Cognitive solutions team, Jon is responsible for defining and delivering solutions to clients in the Banking and Financial Markets sector. These solutions include regulatory change management, regulatory reporting, customer data management & KYC, customer insight, data quality monitoring and operational data ...[Read More]

TRACK B – Data Quality and Management

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TRACK C – Mastering Data Vendor Management

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TRACK D – Mastering Data Architecture and Technology

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TRACK E – Synergy Workshops

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TRACK A – Data Governance

2:40 PM Exploring current trends on how to implement governance and architecture for KYC data

Jon Sweet, CEO, Lysis Financial

  • How can governance and architecture help with KYC checks
  • How to get value from the vast amount of data collected by the KYC process
  • How can you connect legal entity data using a logical data model – hierarchy and directors, beneficial owners, product, issuer?
  • How to prioritise investment in resource and new technology

 Jon Sweet
Jon Sweet
CEO
Lysis Financial

Jon has over 25 years’ wholesale financial markets experience gained in London, New York, Singapore and Frankfurt. He founded Lysis Financial in 2001 after 11 years with specialist banking IT firm TCA Consulting, where he held a number of senior positions including head of the Investment Banking, eBusiness and Trading Floor Practices. 

J ...[Read More]

TRACK B – Data Quality and Management

Exploiting data quality technology to remain agile in a world of regulation

Seamus Kyle, Senior Data Quality Consultants, Experian Data Quality

  • What tools should we deploy to ensure good data quality?
  • To what extent can data quality tools help with agility?
  • How to implement the safe digitalisation of data quality information
  • How can you best manage the processes and systems involved in setting up data quality technology?
 Seamus Kyle
Seamus Kyle
Senior Data Quality Consultants
Experian Data Quality
Seamus is a Senior Consultant at Experian Data Quality where he has worked for over three years. He has over 20 years’ experience of working with a range of data quality and data integration technology vendors.

In his current role, Seamus works with Experian customers to enable them to maximise the value of their data over a range o
...[Read More]

TRACK C – Mastering Data Vendor Management

How to implement a robust and automated data quality model across the business

Adam Preston, Chief Data Officer, Santander GCB UK

  • How can you use automation to help regulators to have confidence in your data quality
  • How can you work with FinTech initiatives to help build automation tech onto your domain model?
  • How do you balance automation versus manual checks to optimise data quality?
  • How can the automated tool help with the audit process?
  • How to use the automated tool to assess the ‘temperature’ of data and finding ‘dark’ data
 Adam Preston
Adam Preston
Chief Data Officer
Santander GCB UK

TRACK D – Mastering Data Architecture and Technology

How to successfully enable data lineage to optimise data quality and meet regulatory requirements

Gary Goldberg, Chief Data Officer, Mizuho International

  • How to choose the level of data lineage – simple documentation or more sophisticated?
  • How to demonstrate data lineage to the regulators
  • How to add controls to monitor the flow of data?
  • What are the advantages of using a data lineage tool versus tracking manually?
  • How to use data watermarking to understand the data source
  • How can you match internal data to market wide taxonomy for multiple regulations?
  • How to match the data lineage requirements for BCBS 239 - granularity, frequency, control framework
 Gary Goldberg
Gary Goldberg
Chief Data Officer
Mizuho International

Gary Goldberg has over 20 years’ experience leading business and technology change in the City of London. He was appointed Chief Data Officer at Mizuho International (the European investment banking arm of Mizuho Financial Group) in 2014. Gary is an experienced technologist and professionally trained economist with an MBA in international finan ...[Read More]

TRACK E – Synergy Workshops

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3:00 PM Afternoon networking break

Mastering Data Systems and Tools

3:20 PM All star panel: What’s coming in the data governance space, how are you equipped and how should you prepare over the coming year?

Neville Homer, Head of Reference Data, CIB Services, Royal Bank of Scotland

Olivier Rose, Head of Projects and International Data Management, Societe Generale Securities Services

Francisco M. Parras Tome, EMEA EIM Director for Banking and Financial Services, VirtusaPolaris

  • What’s coming in the next 5 years in the data governance space? 

  • How are you currently equipped? 

  • How should you prepare over the coming year? 

  • What are the upcoming disruptive technologies to look out for?

 Neville Homer
Neville Homer
Head of Reference Data, CIB Services
Royal Bank of Scotland

Nevile has been working within data management functions in Financial services for 18 years. He is currently Head of Reference Data within the CIB services area of RBS, covering entity, instrument and book datasets.

...[Read More]

 Olivier Rose
Olivier Rose
Head of Projects and International Data Management
Societe Generale Securities Services

Olivier ROSE joined the Fund administration division of Société Générale Securities Services in 2004 to become responsible of the market data workstream in the project of implementation of the new SGSS fund accounting software. In 2008 he became responsible for international data management and the specialist involved in all projects requiring m ...[Read More]

 Francisco M. Parras Tome
Francisco M. Parras Tome
EMEA EIM Director for Banking and Financial Services
VirtusaPolaris

Fran is currently the EIM Director for Banking and Financial Services of VirtusaPolaris. Prior to join VirtusaPolaris Fran worked 7 years from 2009 to 2015 in IBM Global Business Services , where he served as Business Analytics Leader with experience in Large Complex programs with focus on system integration and driving transformational Business ...[Read More]

TRACK E – Synergy Workshops

How to coach, influence and win the ‘hearts and minds’ of your internal stakeholders

Kevin Ayling, Head of Data Quality Governance & Control, RBS

  • How can you adjust your communication based on alignment with different business areas – corporate banking, investment bank, IT, finance, risk, operations etc.?
  • What steps can you take to improve communication and get to know people within the business
  • What techniques can you use to influence your stakeholders 
  • Change management: How to persuade stakeholders to buy-in to changes you have implemented
  • How to encourage people to adopt best practices and policies
  • How to ensure your data projects and initiatives are operating correctly within the business 
  • How to take advantage of persuasion and collaboration techniques rather than relying on enforcement

 Kevin Ayling
Kevin Ayling
Head of Data Quality Governance & Control
RBS

4:00 PM End of Conference