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Conference Day One: Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Day 1

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9:00 AM Opening Remarks from the Conference Chair

Dr. Adam Hart , Senior Manager, Enterprise Architect, Global Technology Services & Operations, ANZ

Dr. Adam Hart
Dr. Adam Hart
Senior Manager
Enterprise Architect, Global Technology Services & Operations, ANZ

Optimising architecture to manage information more effectively to maximise leverage of investments and minimise risk
9:10 AM Identifying and overcoming the challenges of specifying and adopting an integrated finance/accounting and risk architecture

Dr. Adam Hart , Senior Manager, Enterprise Architect, Global Technology Services & Operations, ANZ

  • What are some competing patterns for adoption
  • Vendor landscape and their key differences
  • Effective approaches to data consolidation
  • What are historically the drivers for sponsorship and how to maintain understanding and buy-in on the journey?
  • Can simplification be achieved through embracing complexity?
Dr. Adam Hart
Dr. Adam Hart
Senior Manager
Enterprise Architect, Global Technology Services & Operations, ANZ

9:50 AM Preparing architectures to ensure compliance with the introduction of the multilateral Common Reporting Standard and existing FATCA requirements

John Salamito , Former Executive General Manager , Chief Operating Officer , Vice President, NAB , MLC , Manulife Insurance

  • Making best use of architecture to meet international standards such as the Financial Transactions Act (USA) and preparing for upcoming international standards relating to beneficial ownership 
  • Overcoming the architectural challenges raised 
  • Reporting and compliance requirements internationally and determining the levels
John Salamito
Former Executive General Manager , Chief Operating Officer , Vice President
NAB , MLC , Manulife Insurance

11:30 AM C-Level Panel Discussion: Requirements for optimising governance and architecture to streamline information across the business

Adrian Dixon , CIO and COO, FIIG Securities

Campbell Nicoll , Chief Risk Officer, The Community Mutual Group

(10 minute presentations followed by interactive discussion)
  • Understanding and meeting architecture and information requirements across the business
  • Developing the most effective target architecture and roadmaps for integration
  • Overcoming political, transformational and legacy system inhibitors to integrated architecture
  • Preparing for the next wave of disclosure and the next ‘new normal’ with regulations
  • Providing leadership to enable organisation-wide change in information management and architecture across Risk, Finance, Regulatory Reporting and Technology
  • Showing the value of investing in data-driven solutions
  • The evolving role of the CDO and empowering change in information management
  • Adapting as an industry and sharing collective strategies, including the impact of digitisation
 Adrian Dixon
Adrian Dixon
CIO and COO
FIIG Securities
 Campbell Nicoll
Campbell Nicoll
Chief Risk Officer
The Community Mutual Group
Change in financial services is constant and the rate of change is accelerating such that agility is no longer just desirable but close to mandatory. “It is not the strongest and fittest that survives but the most adaptable”. This presentation will cover:  
  • Where we are now? The case for change  
  • Where we need to be? The architecture of an agile bank
  •  What do we need to get there? How not all Business capability Models are created equal and the criticality of Service Containers  
  • How do we make it happen? Two brief case studies of this in practice
 Glenn Smyth
Glenn Smyth
Founder and CEO
Fragile to Agile

Meeting existing and new regulatory reporting requirements
2:00 PM Understanding the challenges of regulatory reform for Australian financial institutions

Pieter Bierkens , Regulatory Strategist, Commonwealth Bank

  • The G20 and the Basel III framework
  • OTC reform in Australia and abroad
  • The regulatory agenda and the future of capital markets
 Pieter Bierkens
Pieter Bierkens
Regulatory Strategist
Commonwealth Bank

2:30 PM Panel discussion: Using architecture to fully define and meet regulatory reporting requirements, including data reporting, consistency and timeliness

David Hanna , Director, Compliance Risk Management, PayPal ANZ

John Salamito , Former Executive General Manager , Chief Operating Officer , Vice President, NAB , MLC , Manulife Insurance

Pieter Bierkens , Regulatory Strategist, Commonwealth Bank

John Heaps , Head of Regulatory Reporting Products APAC, AxiomSL

  • Outlining APRA and ASIC priorities and requirements for data collection, quality and reporting for Australian regulations
  • Promoting the drivers for effectively managing information aside from pure compliance and security (e.g. customer experience)
  • Ensuring architecture effectively meets local and cross-border reporting obligations: Basel III, CPMI, and FSB and preparing for Basel IV
  • New data reporting requirements in development (to be discussed with regulators)
  • Identifying and overcoming bottlenecks to reporting and developing efficient future solutions in collaboration with the banking sector
  • How are regulators and financial institutions reacting to FinTech growth?
 David Hanna
David Hanna
Director
Compliance Risk Management, PayPal ANZ
John Salamito
Former Executive General Manager , Chief Operating Officer , Vice President
NAB , MLC , Manulife Insurance
 Pieter Bierkens
Pieter Bierkens
Regulatory Strategist
Commonwealth Bank
 John Heaps
John Heaps
Head of Regulatory Reporting Products APAC
AxiomSL

4:00 PM Network visualisation techniques for understanding complex structure in financial data

Dr. Adam Hart , Senior Manager, Enterprise Architect, Global Technology Services & Operations, ANZ

Dr. Tim Dwyer , Senior Lecturer and Larkins Fellow , Senior Representative, Monash University , ANZ

  • Exploring case studies from the banking and finance industries of “network analysis” approach to data 
  • Using machine learning techniques to perform basic analysis 
  • Visualising higher-level relations in real time using network diagrams to raise analysts’ awareness from minute movements to significant structural relationships and flows 
  • Applicability to many different areas of finance and risk such as Financial crime, AML etc
Dr. Adam Hart
Dr. Adam Hart
Senior Manager
Enterprise Architect, Global Technology Services & Operations, ANZ
Dr. Tim Dwyer
Dr. Tim Dwyer
Senior Lecturer and Larkins Fellow , Senior Representative
Monash University , ANZ