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Jersey | 16. 05. 2017

2nd Annual Regulatory Summit

How 'RegTech' is evolving risk management in financial services

Labelled “the new FinTech” by Deloitte, ‘RegTech’ has become the new buzz word in financial services this year. But what exactly is RegTech? More importantly why is it becoming the next big thing to revolutionise compliance? 

With leading speakers from the world of financial services regulation, this event will enable delegates to understand the myriad regulations facing industry and will also provide a solid understanding of what exactly RegTech is and how it can be utilised within the compliance function.

2017-05-16 09:00:00 2017-05-16 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual Regulatory Summit Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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How 'RegTech' is evolving risk management in financial services

Labelled “the new FinTech” by Deloitte, ‘RegTech’ has become the new buzz word in financial services this year. But what exactly is RegTech? More importantly why is it becoming the next big thing to revolutionise compliance?

Put simply, RegTech is the use of technology to enable organisations to deliver their regulated requirements within the regulatory compliance framework.

With leading speakers from the world of financial services regulation, this event will enable delegates to understand the myriad regulations facing industry and will also provide a solid understanding of what exactly RegTech is and how it can be utilised within the compliance function.

This one-day summit will examine the key challenges faced by businesses and discuss the future and nature of regulation in Jersey and globally. Designed in collaboration with industry and local experts this event is essential for those wanting to keep up to date with key developments.

Pricing & Discounts

Price: £395

We offer the following discounts for this event:

  • 20% for JCOA members
  • 10% for ICA, JBA, JADO, IoD, KYC360° and STEP members
2017-05-16 09:00:00 2017-05-16 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual Regulatory Summit Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com
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Event Schedule

Registration & refreshments

08:30
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Chris Usher, Chief Executive Officer of Jersey International Business School

Opening address

09:00
  • Welcoming address

Andrew Clarke, AML/Financial Crime Course Director at International Compliance Training

Using RegTech to investigate financial crime

09:15

Jean Moorhouse, Global Head of Regulatory Affairs at Standard Chartered Bank

The joys and regulatory challenges facing a Global Banking Group

09:45
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Panel discussion: The necessity to use technology in regulatory excellence

10:15
  • Utilising cutting-edge technology to manage financial crime risk
  • The challenge of the increasing cost base in the regulatory environment
  • FinTech/RegTech – myth or reality?

Break

10:45
Plus

Gareth Miller, Associate Director, Financial Services Group at Grant Thornton UK

Bringing innovation to the regulatory response

11:00
  • Innovation. Where are we seeing the most interesting innovations? What does this look like?
  • Application. How is technology today changing the way firms address their regulatory obligations? What are the upsides and risks?
  • Adoption. Who are the key players in adopting this technology, from firms to regulators?
  • Emerging messages.  What are people talking about and what might that mean?


Jamie Symington, Director of Wholesale and Unauthorised Business Investigations at Financial Conduct Authority

How regulated entities can help themselves in satisfying regulatory requirements

11:30
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Panel discussion: Is the pendulum about to swing: regulation in the post-Trump era?

12:00
  • The impending bonfire of regulations – ripping up Dodd–Frank
  • Driving down cost in compliance
  • Pitfalls – is technology a panacea?

Lunch

12:30

Stephen Platt, Chairman of KYC360° Technologies Group

How RegTech can make your management of financial crime risk go from good to great

13:30
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Andrew Niles, Business Development Director at Intertrust

Effectively integrating RegTech into your organisation

14:00
  • RegTech-enabled investigations: possibilities afforded by advances in technology
  • Case studies in the RegTech space
    • IP addresses
    • Blockchain
  • What can regulated firms expect from law enforcement in the future?
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Panel discussion: The necessity to utilise and integrate cutting-edge technology in financial crime risk management

14:30
  • Cultural factors overcoming technological barriers
  • Delivering success on time and on budget
  • Quantifying benefits

Break

15:00

Lory Kehoe, Strategy & Operations – Financial Services Consulting at Deloitte

How agile regulatory technology is helping firms better understand and manage their risks

15:15

Denis Philippe, Head of ICT at Jersey Financial Services Commission

What are the risks with RegTech?

15:45

Joanna Perkins, Chief Executive of Financial Markets Law Committee

The FMLC’s work on Brexit

16:15

Chris Usher, Chief Executive Officer of Jersey International Business School

Closing address

16:45
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Keynote Speakers

Jamie Symington 400 X 400

Jamie Symington

Director of Wholesale and Unauthorised Business Investigations at Financial Conduct Authority

Jamie Symington is Director of Investigations at the FCA with responsibility for markets, wholesale conduct, unauthorised business and intelligence. He is a lawyer with experience at the Bar and in government, before joining the FSA in 1999. He has worked in policy and casework roles in the FSA/FCA Enforcement and Market Oversight Division, and has previously headed up investigation departments for both wholesale and retail conduct.

Denis Phillipe 400 X 400

Denis Philippe

Head of ICT at Jersey Financial Services Commission

Denis Philippe joined the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) in February 2009 as the Web Services Manager in the ICT division. He was promoted to Senior Manager in 2010, became the team manager in 2011 and was appointed Head of ICT in September 2014.

Denis is currently in charge of the JFSC’s ICT Infrastructure, Development and Cyber Security.

Prior to joining the JFSC, Denis spent 11 years in the civil service delivering systems and managing IT across a number of departments.

He has spoken at events on Cyber Security and was made a Fellow of the Chartered Institute for IT in 2015.

Event Speakers

Chris Usher 400 X 400

Chris Usher

Head of International Financial Centres at BPP Professional Education

Chris has over 20 years’ experience in international financial services, working both in the UK and offshore, for major financial institutions such as Barclays Wealth and Santander.

Formerly an International Investment Manager he advised both individuals and corporate entities on complex investment scenarios. He now specialises in delivering training in investment management, taxation and regulatory matters in international finance centres around the world.

Chris is a specialist chairman of a number of high-profile events, including conferences such as the Annual Compliance & Economic Crime Symposium and the International Taxation Conference. As an expert in the financial crime risks posed to international offshore financial centres, Chris was invited to speak at the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) conference on the topic of ‘Understanding the Criminal Vulnerabilities of Offshore Products and Services’.

Gareth Miller 400 X 400

Gareth Miller

Associate Director, Financial Services Group at Grant Thornton UK

Over the past 16 years, Gareth has worked with – and supervised – a wide range of financial services firms, ranging from Globally Systemically Important Financial Institutions (GSIFIs) to FinTech start-ups. His particular interests lie in governance, culture and the impact of technology on financial services. As firms cope with an increasing regulatory burden,  Gareth looks to understand how technology can help Boards and Executives meet their obligations. Compared to well-publicised FinTech developments such as Bitcoin, crowdfunding and Apple Pay, RegTech is a less obvious but equally important revolution.

Andrew Clark 400 X 400

Andrew Clarke

AML/Financial Crime Course Director at International Compliance Training

Andrew has extensive experience in anti-money laundering and financial crime, having led multi-agency enforcement teams dealing with complex fraud and money laundering investigations. As a tutor he has delivered training worldwide to prosecutors, government officials, law enforcement and the regulated sector.

He has worked on international projects with the World Bank, IMF and United Nations, including compliance assessments of jurisdictions under the Financial Action Task Force AML/CFT evaluation process; and delivering technical assistance to developing countries in the tracing and recovery of monies lost to bribery and corruption.

Andrew was involved in developing a training programme for UK financial investigators and in 2010 was awarded an MA in Financial Investigation and Financial Crime.

Jean Moorhouse 400 X 400

Jean Moorhouse

Global Head of Regulatory Affairs at Standard Chartered Bank

Jean joined Standard Chartered in November 2013 having previously worked for over 20 years at the Bank of England and the UK regulator, the Financial Services Authority. During that time she supervised over 300 Domestic and International firms including Standard Chartered itself and Lloyds Banking Group. Prior to her supervisory roles Jean was responsible for ‘Sovereign debt’ at the Bank of England attending the Paris Club meetings on debt restructuring.

She also acted as a technical specialist for the IMF on a number of missions. 

Jean is currently the Standard Chartered Group’s Global Head of Regulatory Liaison. Her primary focus is in dealing with regulators in the UK and also ensuring that communication with the Regulators of the wider Group is as effective as possible.

Joanna Perkins 400 X 400

Joanna Perkins

Chief Executive at Financial Markets Law Committee

Joanna Perkins serves as Chief Executive of the Financial Markets Law Committee (“FMLC”) and is also self-employed as a barrister in independent legal practice at South Square. Before joining the FMLC in 2004, Joanna worked for the Law Commission and managed a project on unfair contract terms. She has held lectureships at Durham University, Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), Université de Paris and Birkbeck College, University of London. Joanna is also an occasional guest lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science and has published articles on, inter alia, financial law and the conflict of laws. After completing a Doctorate in Law at Oxford University, where she worked as a college lecturer, Joanna was called to the Bar in July 2001. She recently served as a Non-Executive Director of ICE Benchmark Administration Ltd and as Chair Person for the Oversight Committee of ICE LIBOR.

Stephen Platt 400 X 400

Stephen Platt

Chairman of KYC360° Technologies Group

Stephen Platt is Chairman and Chief Executive of the KYC360° Technologies Group a leading RegTech business that develops and delivers leading edge solutions for the management of financial crime risk and the enhancement of risk governance performance. The Group supplies over 200 financial institutions globally.

Stephen is a barrister and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. He is the author of the award-winning #1 bestselling book ‘Criminal Capital’. He consults to Stephen Platt & Associates LLP on large-scale regulatory investigations and is regarded internationally as a leading authority on the criminal abuse of financial services.

400 X 400 Andrew Niles

Andrew Niles

Director – Head of Regulatory Compliance Services at Intertrust Regulatory Compliance Services

Intertrust Regulatory Compliance Services is the part of Intertrust Group  engaged in managing the impact of global regulatory change across our own business and that of our clients. We deliver a scalable solution for clients engaged in international financial businesses. We cover Funds, Global Corporates and complex private client structures. For the past 25 years Andrew has managed international strategies for institutions in Europe and Asia. In Hong Kong he chaired a working party liaising with the Government and industry on the implementation of AEOI and CRS. He now heads a team within Intertrust which delivers solutions to clients through their network of 40 offices in 31 jurisdictions globally.

Lory Kehoe 400 X 400

Lory Kehoe

Strategy & Operations – Financial Services Consulting at Deloitte

Lory Kehoe is a director within Deloitte’s Strategy & Operations Financial Services consulting practice and has over 10 years’ experience delivering transformational change programmes. Lory is Deloitte’s EMEA Grid Blockchain lab leader, a qualified financial adviser and stockbroker and is an assistant professor in Information Systems Strategy with the Department of Computer Science & Statistics in Trinity College Dublin.

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Hotel de France

St Saviour's Road, St Helier, Jersey JE1 7XP

2017-05-16 09:00:00 2017-05-16 17:00:00 Europe/London 2nd Annual Regulatory Summit Hotel de France JIBS Events bookings@jerseyibs.com

If you require accommodation to attend this event, you will be entitled to the below preferential delegate rates:

  • Single room – £85.00
  • Double / twin room for sole use – £95
  • Double / twin room occupied by two people – £110.00
  • Balcony room for sole use – £145.00
  • Balcony room occupied by two people – £160.00

Please contact the hotel reservations team direct at reservations@defrance.co.uk to obtain these discounted prices.

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