the cost of non-compliance
With new resilience regulations changing how your firm operates, it’s time to establish a strategy that not only ensures you achieve compliance but turns resilience into your competitive advantage.
Hear from industry leaders and organisations to better understand regulatory expectations and see what it takes for your resilience strategy to expand your market share, build trust and embrace innovation.
Content is available on-demand for you to:
- See how leading organisations are striving for resilience
- Overcome key challenges of integration, compliance and complexity
- Put data and customer experience at the heart of your strategy
Operational resilience – future proof for a strategic advantage with Bank of England and UK Finance
The UK is often considered to be forward thinking in identifying risk exposures associated with the adoption of new technology. They have called on the industry to consider, plan and anticipate the potential impact and harm to customers, regulated firms. Along with the wider financial system of failures in their important business services, the systems that support them and the role of the third party and market infrastructure providers.
Hannah Gurga, Chief of Staff and Managing Director for Digital, Technology & Cyber..
Putting data and service architecture at the heart of operational risk and resilience
Before Covid-19 had an unprecedented impact on global financial services, UK regulators were focusing on improving operational resilience. The themes of preparing for, avoiding and recovering from unforeseen events and the need to manage the complexity that this entails through a coherent services-driven data set was seen as being critical to control.
Keith Pearson is joined by Simon Cox, Technology Resilience, Engineering, & Service Transformation Director at Lloyds Banking Group to discuss…
DORA – Leveraging regulation to mitigate the risks of digital transformation
As a result of the pandemic, financial services institutions rely more than ever on their IT infrastructure to provide services to employees and customers. In this session, David Vorih, CIO at Siemens Financial Services, presents the approach his company takes to mitigate the accompanying risks of digital transformation. What are the steps needed to establish an IT-resilient organization, and what role can or should regulation play in that context? Together with Norman Nehls from Severn Consultancy, a firm specialized in regulatory and change projects, David discusses his expectations for the European Commission’s upcoming DORA (Digital Operational Resilience Act) and how it…
Embracing resiliency for a Strategic advantage
While the joint BOE/FCA paper specifically addresses the financial sector, it offers lessons that impact businesses in every industry and how an organisation manages its response to operational disruptions, is critical to maintaining confidence in the business services it provides and its wider industry partners.
This panel features industry leaders responsible and accountable for operational resilience including guests from HSBC, Zurich Insurance, BNP Paribas and Euroclear. It is moderated by Anna Mazzone, the Head of ServiceNow’s Risk Business Unit.
Head of Financial Services GTM, EMEA
Senior Technical Specialist, Operational Risk & Resilience
Bank of England
Chief of Staff and Managing Director for Digital, Technology & Cyber
Head of Financial Services Industry
Go-To-Market – Global
Technology Resilience, Engineering, & Service Transformation Director
Lloyds Banking Group
Severn Consultancy GmbH, Frankfurt
Siemens Financial Services, Munich
Chief Control Officer, Wealth and Personal Banking
Group Head of Business Resilience
Zurich Insurance Company Ltd
Global Head – Operational Resilience (Cyber & IT Resilience, BCM, Crisis Management)
Senior Director, Risk Business – EMEA