2017 EMEA Risk Leader Summit

2017 EMEA Risk Leader Summit
A unique opportunity for leading risk practitioners to engage in interactive sessions. Risk leaders are well-known for asking hard questions and expecting sound answers. These Summit delegate conversations advance risk management practice under Chatham House Rule. Join us in London on November 13-14 to be a part of this exciting conversation. The Planning Committee thanks PRMIA EMEA Chapters for their involvement and support of this event: Bahrain, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Egypt, Frankfurt, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, London, Luxembourg, Munich, Netherlands, Nigeria, Paris, Poland, Qatar, Russia, South Africa, and Vienna.
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Risk leaders are well-known for asking hard questions and expecting sound answers...PRMIA continues valued practitioner conversation from the powerful 2016 event to find more answers to tomorrow's challenges

Delegates have the opportunity to improve their practices by learning from the risk community

Join your peers for...

  • Peer-led discussions for risk leaders on the relevant issues of today and tomorrow
  • Opportunities to foster high-level engagement with practitioner attendees
  • Content developed without commercial bias, by practitioners, for practitioners
  • Deep conversations on talent development, current practice, and on-the-horizon risks
13 Nov   What's on the Horizon?
09:15 Registration & Breakfast
Collect Summit material and start engaging your practitioner network
09:45 Welcome from PRMIA Leadership
10:00 Keynote with Christine Palmer
Aldermore CRO shares views on the industry and building teams for the challenges to come
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 On the Horizon
Barbara Frohn (FCA), Chris Sparks (Atom Bank), and Pierpaolo Montana (Mediobanca) - Moderated by Sven Ludwig
Panel discussion with delegate interaction to frame the afternoon conversations. Topics will include the definition of horizons, areas in finance ripe for disruption, automation and its impacts, how panellists see the future.
12:30 Lunch Roundtables - the Future of the Profession
Roundtable conversations with PRMIA leaders on our profession and the role for our organization in that future
Read primer
14:00 Culture and Conduct
Alison Cottrell (BSB), Birgit Dietl-Benzin (UBS), and Jo Paisley - Moderated by Kathryn Kerle
The panel will define risk culture and conduct with a validation from the audience, discuss standards and ways to measure culture, regulations and their impact, the healthy balance of a risk culture and the impacts of technology and algorithms within culture.
15:00 Technology and Cyber-security
Bruce Fletcher (HSBC), Andrew Curry (Atom), Kanwardeep Ahluwalia (Bank of America Merrill Lynch), and Tony Leighton (RBS) - Moderated by Sven Ludwig
Panel discussion that takes a look at the near and far horizons for technology, driving innovation, and keeping it all secure.
16:00 Afternoon Tea
16:15 Risk Leader - Now What?
Terri Duhon (NED, Morgan Stanley), Raj Singh (Standard Life Aberdeen) and Tom Wilson (Allianz) - Moderated by Robert Iommazzo (SEBA International)
The panel will discuss the evolution of the CRO role, the importance of understanding the task, which direction should you take on the leadership of the risk organisation and how to evolve into future roles.
17:15 Demographics and Sustainability
John Scott (Zurich), Raj Singh (Standard Life Aberdeen), Tom Wilson (Allianz), and Tony Rooke (CDP) - Moderated by Sven Ludwig
The panellists will engage in dialogue about the demographic cliff and how various actors will be impacted, globally important trends that impact financial services organisations, regime-changing moves in the operational environment.
18:15 Key Day 1 Takeaways
Evening Reception Enjoy great views of London with thought leaders and your growing network of practitioner peers
14 Nov What to do about it?
08:00 Delegate Breakfast
Connect and Energize
08:30 Welcome from PRMIA Leadership
08:45 Diversity and Developing Talent
Emma Hawkins-Haile (Hawkins-Haile), Roger Hoehfurtner (Unicredit), Lesley Jones (N Brown, Close Brothers), and Cosimo Pacciani (European Stability Mechanism - The ESM approach to work) - Moderated by Kathryn Kerle
The panel will explore effective strategies to develop or acquire talent, the impact of diversity in organisations, how to retain talent and why do people leave organisations.
09:45 Concurrent Breakout Streams
Colin Lawrence - Business Model Optimization
Kevin O'Rourke (Mizuho) and Andy Stalmanis - Dark Risks on the Horizon
Cosimo Pacciani (European Stability Mechanism) - The Risk Society Rewired

More breakout opportunities to engage experienced practitioner leaders in dialogue
Read primers
10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 Keynote with Dr. Chromik
Dr. Chromik is a Member of the Board of Managing Directors at Commerzbank AG
12:15 Lunch with Speaker
12:30 Cybersecurity for Risk Managers
Jessica Douglas (IBM) and Stuart McKenzie (Mandiant) - Moderated by Mara Lemos Stein (The Wall Street Journal)
No conversation about risk is complete without the mention of cybersecurity. The panel will cover the different shades of cyber risk: from protecting trade secrets to keeping clients’ data safe, from ensuring employees are educated to complying with quick-changing regulatory demands. The panel will also explore who should “own” cyber risk within an organization; the challenge of attracting, retaining and training cyber experts; and how ethics are crucial in data management in the face of machine learning.
13:30 A Different View with Alan Wheatley
Author and former chief economics correspondent for Reuters will address potential triggers for the next financial crisis...will it be debt, geopolitical tensions, or hacker attacks on global systems?
14:30 Key Day 2 Takeaways
14:45 Adjourn (or continue the dialogue in an informal lounge setting)
Head of EMEA Markets Risk & Deputy Chief Risk Officer for EMEA
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Member of the Board of Managing Directors
Commerzbank AG
Chief Executive Officer
Banking Standards Board (BSB)
Head of Operational Risk, Conduct & Compliance
Atom Bank
Chief Risk Officer
UBS Deutschland AG
Executive Partner, Financial Services
Non-Executive Director
Morgan Stanley & Co International
Head of Global Credit Risk
Group General Manager & Chief Risk Officer, Global Retail Banking & Wealth Management
Director of Risk & Compliance Oversight Division
Financial Conduct Authority
Managing Director
Hawkins-Haile Limited
Co-founder, Managing Partner
SEBA International
Non-Executive Director
N Brown plc, Close Brothers Group plc, Northern Bank Limited (Den Danske Bank)
Risk and Regulatory Advisors
Lawrence Associates
Head of Infrastructure Change Oversight
Vice President, EMEA
Group Chief Risk Officer
Mediobanca S.p.A.
Managing Director & Chief Risk Officer (Europe)
Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
Chief Risk Officer
European Stability Mechanism
former Global Head of Stress Testing and Supervisory Specialist
Chief Risk Officer
Aldermore Bank PLC
Director, Reporting
Chief Risk Officer
Zurich Commercial
Group Chief Risk Officer
Standard Life Aberdeen plc
Chief Risk Officer
Atom Bank
PRMIA London
Walls Street Journal
Economics Writer
Author, The Power of Currencies
Chief Risk Officer
Allianz Group

Kathryn Kerle
Head of Risk Reporting

Sven Ludwig
Managing Director

Oleg Lebedev
Managing Director
Ten Diffusions Limited

WSJ Pro - Event Host


S&P Global Market Intelligence - Table Top

Contact maddy.robinshaw@prmia.org for sponsor information.

News Corp Building, special thanks for our venue host WSJ Pro

1 London Bridge St, London UK

PRMIA Continuing Risk Learning (CRL) programs provide you with the opportunity to formally recognize your professional development, documenting your evolution as a risk professional. Employers can see that you are not static, making you a highly valued, dynamic, and desirable employee.

The CRL program is open to all Contributing, Sustaining, and C-Suite members, providing a convenient and easily accessible way to submit, manage, track and document your activities online through the PRMIA CRL Center.

The EMEA RLS qualifies for 13 CRL credits

As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Program, PRMIA has determined that the conference program qualifies for the following credit hours. 

The EMEA RLS qualifies for 11 CE credits

Topic: Risk Management

If you are a CFA Institute member, CE credit for your participation in this program will be automatically recorded by submitting your CFA number to events@prmia.org.


In order to receive CPE credit for any live program you must: stay for the entire program, and request a certificate at the end of the event by contacting events@prmia.org

The EMEA RLS qualifies for 13 CPE credits

Important Notes 
CPE credits will not be awarded to those who do not attend in person. PRMIA is prohibited from awarding CPE credits to those participants who do not satisfy the full attendance and participation requirements set forth.

Prerequisites: PRMIA live group events require basic financial markets knowledge at the BSc level. PRMIA live group events require a prerequisite knowledge and understanding of banking and finance.
Program level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Live

PRMIA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

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11/13/2017 4:15 AM - 11/14/2017 9:45 AM
1 London Bridge St London UNITED KINGDOM

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