Risk/Finance Architectures Using a Data-Driven Approach

Risk/Finance Architectures Using a Data-Driven Approach
Complimentary Webinar: Across the banking sector, internal and regulatory risk and finance reporting architectures have built up on a piecemeal basis. Banks are now looking at ways to streamline these processes, reduce costs and improve flexibility to support business management.
 

Date:
November 19, 2020


Time:
9:00 - 10:00 a.m. EST
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. CET

 
Presenters:
Presenter: Thomas Ertl, Senior Manager, BearingPoint
Moderator: Simon Ansfield, Senior Manager, BearingPoint



About the Webinar  
Event  

 

Across the banking sector, internal and regulatory risk and finance reporting architectures have built up on a piecemeal basis. Banks are now looking at ways to streamline these processes, reduce costs and improve flexibility to support business management. In this presentation we will present new and innovative ideas to optimize  Risk and Finance IT architectures, using data-driven lineage to identify and eliminate inefficiencies. 

The presentation will address the following points: 

  • Use of Data Lineage to break down functional silos
  • Reduction of "change the bank“ and "run the bank“ costs through simplification and elimination of redundancy
  • Transformation from "perceived“ complexity to a “reality”-based complexity based on true business operations
  • Best Practices from recent BearingPoint assignments
 

Speakers  
       
 

Presenter: Tom Ertl, Senior Manager, BearingPoint

Thomas Ertl is the Subject Matter Expert for BCBS 239 and Data Governance and has been involved in many projects around harmonized risk data warehouses, data governance, and data quality management. With over 12 years' experience in this area, Tom has supported many banks and asset managers to implement fit-for-purpose architectures and processes for risk, finance, and regulatory reporting.

  



 
 

Moderator: Simon Ansfield, Senior Manager, BearingPoint

Simon Ansfield is the Business Development Manager at BearingPoint responsible for EMEA sales and marketing for Risk Analytics and Risk Management projects. With over 20 years' experience in financial services, Simon has enabled numerous organizations across EMEA to meet regulatory requirements in risk management, optimize investment processes, and transform risk operations.
 

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11/19/2020 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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