Recorded Webinar: Data management requirements for the 2018 regulatory agenda12 December 2017
The 2018 regulatory agenda is probably the most onerous ever faced by financial institutions, with everything from Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) to Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Packaged Retail and Insurance based Investment Products (PRIIPs) and Benchmarks Regulation coming into play. Add the January 2019 deadline for Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) regulation and the compliance challenge becomes even more daunting. The webinar will discuss regulatory data management requirements, identify compliance solutions and consider the potential extent of strategic approaches to regulation.
Listen to the webinar to find out about:
- The regulatory agenda
- Data management challenges
- Technology solutions
- Strategic approaches
- Beneficial outcomes
More about our speakers:
Vice President, Compliance Solutions
Opus / Alacra
Mr. Dickenson is responsible for leading a Customer focused product roadmap to ensure KYC/AML and vendor/third party due diligence compliance with a range of regulatory requirements. Prior to joining Alacra in 2014, Kelvin was at Dun & Bradstreet for 9 years. most recently as Managing Director of Compliance Solutions and previously as principal consultant for several of D&B’s strategic Customers, leading engagements in Compliance, reference data, credit review and risk management.
Before joining D&B, Kelvin spent a combined 20 years in Compliance, Credit, Loss Prevention and Managerial roles at two major financial institutions where his responsibilities included developing CIP policies, procedures, data sources and technology solutions to meet the requirements of the USA Patriot Act. Kelvin is a member of the charter class of Certified Financial Crime Specialists and is a current member of the advisory board at the Association of Certified Financial Crimes Specialists.
Global Head of Regulatory and Reference Data
Chris oversees product development related to Bloomberg’s solutions addressing capital and liquidity requirements, regulatory reporting, accounting disclosure and trade compliance. He joined Bloomberg in 2014, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience working in capital markets as an advisor to global financial institutions on regulatory compliance.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, Chris was a manager at KPMG, where he assisted numerous institutions operating in Australian, North American, Asian and European markets with the implementation of regulatory compliance programs.
Originally from Australia, Chris holds a Bachelor of Business majoring in Accounting from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
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