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Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Day 2

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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
Senior Manager
Enterprise Architect, Global Technology Services & Operations, ANZ

Placing information management and quality front and centre to enable a data-driven organisation
9:10 AM Prioritising investment in transformation projects that are sustainable and deliver a return on investment

Manson Siu , Vice-President/Secretary of Association of Enterprise Architects , Manager Enterprise Architect | Global RBWM Enterprise Architecture, Hong Kong Chapter, HSBC

  • Key technology investment considerations achieving integration simplification  
  • Driving factors in project transformation achieving agility in service delivery, improving manageability, data integrity, and open bank integration trend alignment.  
  • Investment options in achieving future cost saving via enabling outsourcing to service specialist
 Manson Siu
Manson Siu
Vice-President/Secretary of Association of Enterprise Architects , Manager Enterprise Architect | Global RBWM Enterprise Architecture
Hong Kong Chapter, HSBC

9:50 AM Unifying data through applying consistent taxonomy, metadata and visualising data lineage

Adam Edwards , Business Architect and Former Head of Group Claims, TAL

  • Defining a set of shared, common data taxonomy that satisfies both your finance and risk, whilst meeting regulatory requirements
  • Embedding unified terms across across the organisation from the front end to back office 
  • Compiling, dispersing and aggregating data for reporting
  • Harmonising IT, risk, reporting and finance inputs to improve reconciliation
  • Marrying common data and regulatory definitions together
  • Effective metadata management to support data lineage: metadata collection, integration, usage and repository maintenance
 Adam Edwards
Adam Edwards
Business Architect and Former Head of Group Claims
TAL

11:00 AM The barriers to and benefits of managing information as a business asset

Dr. Nina Evans , Associate Head of School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciencies, University of South Australia

James Price , Industry Research Partner, University of South Australia

  • What Information Assets are and why they are so important
  • How Information Assets are managed. The answer, generally, is badly
  • The reasons why information is managed so badly. None of those reasons are technical
  • Why it matters to organisations and their operation and why senior management should pay attention
  • What to do about it
Dr. Nina Evans
Dr. Nina Evans
Associate Head of School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciencies
University of South Australia
 James Price
James Price
Industry Research Partner
University of South Australia
  • Exploring the role of risk management in supporting innovation in a world of disruption 
  • The impact of innovation and disruption on governance and risk culture 
  • The integration of risk and strategy 
  • Do our risk frameworks and processes support innovation?
  • Keeping up with the rapidly changing skills required as the speed of technology disruption gathers pace
 Francesca Dickson
Francesca Dickson
Group Risk Manager
BPAY

12:20 PM Networking lunch

1:20 PM Roundtable discussions

Francesca Dickson , Group Risk Manager, BPAY

  • Agile integration of data governance and quality in finance and risk
  • How can we most effectively meet international obligations and cross-border reporting?
  • Integrated strategies to prepare for Basel IV and new stress tests
  • Showing value: Are reporting units more than just cost centres?
  • Exploring the value of data warehousing and what are the alternatives for ensuring timeliness and correctness of information
  • Banking sector transformation through customer-driven digital disruption on risk and finance professionals
  • Overcoming a siloed approach to information management to build a single point of truth
  • Integrating information and analytics processes more effectively to deliver results in real time
 Francesca Dickson
Francesca Dickson
Group Risk Manager
BPAY
“Data is an output of process.  To improve quality of data, we must improve the processes producing it.”  While conceptually easy to understand, application of the data and information disciplines into larger enterprises is notoriously difficult.  The recognition that poor information management practice is impacting businesses has led to an increased focus on governance and accountability.  However, governance programs can fail to achieve traction as they wrangle with where to start and how to build momentum in an environment of competing agendas.  Welcoming use cases from participants, this interactive workshop will take a practical view on:
  • What is meant by data quality, how to determine and use it
  • Establishing the drivers to instigate change
  • How to determine the right approach for accountability
  • Prioritising elements of effective information management
  • Finding the critical success factors of an information governance program
 David Vaz
David Vaz
Office of the Chief Data Officer
National Australia Bank