The first conference in Australia to focus on best practice integration of people,processes, platforms and information to improve reporting, decisions and value return from data.
Integrated Architecture in Banking and Finance is running at an important time with financial institutions facing an increasingly complex mix of local and international regulations and internal data demands. These are refocusing organisations on the need to cost-effectively strengthen their architecture, remove barriers to data/information flow and provide a risk-adjusted view of performance. There is still a long way to go, which has been evidenced by the number of expensive transformation roll outs in Australia recently, many of which have failed to fully deliver on their targets and has led to cost blowouts.
Bringing key stakeholders together across Risk, Finance, Regulatory Reporting and Technology, Integrated Financial Architecture 2016 is the first event of its kind in Australia to focus on strategies for optimising architecture and integrating information across institutions.
1. Optimising business and technology architectures to minimise credit, regulatory and operational risk and reduce costs
2. Placing information management and quality frontand centre to enable a data-driven organisation
3. The impact of change and disruption on integrated financial architecture
Who should attend?
The conference has been created for architecture stakeholders within financial institutions, including Tier I and Tier II banks,credit unions, mutual, building societies, investment banks, wealth management and insurance, including:
C-Level: CFO,CRO, CIO, CCO, CDO
Risk/Reporting: Head of Regulatory Reporting, Risk Reporting, Risk/Control. Head ofCredit/Market/Regulatory/Operational Risk
IT/Technology: EnterpriseArchitect/Senior Enterprise Architect, Head/Manager of EnterpriseArchitecture/Solutions Architect, Head of IT/IT Governance/IT Systems
Finance: Heads of Finance, Audit, Accounting, Tax, Control