Data Management Summit New York SeptemberSep 19 2019 Europe/MadridConvene


The Data Management Summit explores the shift to the new world where data is redefining the operating model and firms are seeking to unlock value via data transformation projects for enterprise gain and competitive edge.

The exciting world of AI, ML and blockchain is starting to deliver revolutionary change. We’ll cut through the hype and show you how you can get your data and data infrastructure ready to take advantage of new capabilities and explore the impact of these technologies on how data is managed through the enterprise.

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32 Old Slip, New York, NY 10005, EE. UU.

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Sep 19 08:15
Registration and Networking over Coffee
Sep 19 09:00
Opening & Welcome
Andrew Delaney, Chief Content Officer, A-Team Group
Sep 19 09:10
Practitioner Innovation Keynote: Data driven transformation
Hear from Peter Jackson who will share his experiences of transforming data related IT infrastructure and processes and will demonstrate how he has turned data into an asset, monetised data and commercialised it for revenue generating purposes. Peter will share lessons learned and recommended best practices.

Peter Jackson, Director – Group Data Sciences, Legal & General
Sep 19 09:40
Chief Data Officer Panel: Moving to the new world of data
What are the breakthroughs required to move from a legacy organisation that has data to a modern organisation that is built on data and AI capabilities? A huge shift is required in terms of mindset, training, expertise and some fundamental changes in data architecture and infrastructure.

Aligning data management, analytics and machine learning with business goals (KPIs)
Role/Approach of CDO Office in driving innovation; innovation vs. control
Aligning strategy with execution: transforming culture and talent
Reviewing current approaches to data architecture and suitability for AI and ML capabilities
Driving value from the data lake and moving to next generation lake and cloud
Responsible and transparency in AI: embedding data ethics
Moderated by: John Bottega, Senior Advisor, EDM Council
Julia Bardmesser, SVP, Head of Data, Architecture and Analytics, Voya Financial
Suvrat Bansal, Head of Innovation & Chief Data Officer, UBS Asset Management
David Wright, Chief Data Officer – North America, Commerzbank
Ken Brady, Head of Enterprise Data Services, Invesco
Sep 19 10:20
Keynote: Kingland
Tony Brownlee, President, Kingland
Sep 19 10:50
Networking and Refreshment Break
Sep 19 11:20
Panel: Data lineage to drive compliance and as a business imperative
Business and regulatory drivers of data lineage
Data and data management challenges of data lineage
Best practice approaches to implementing and integrating data lineage
Moving from a manual to an automated approach
Business and operational benefits of successful data lineage
Moderator: Andrew Delaney, Chief Content Officer, A-Team Group
Umair Udden, Director, Data Governance, UBS Asset Management
Daniel Bertha, Director, Data Steward, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Stephen Veasey, CEO, 3d innovations
Susan Laine, VP Strategic Technologies, ASG Technologies
Harry Chopra, Chief Client Officer, Axiom SL
Sep 19 12:00
Panel: Unlocking value – laying the foundations for smart analytics
Ensuring data quality levels
Engaging data producers and consumers in a governance framework to guarantee availability, consistency and ‘trusted’ data
Leveraging technologies such as ontologies, semantic layers and enterprise knowledge graphs to help the business search and access required data
Moderated by: Peter Kapur, Managing Partner, True North Data Consulting
Shailesh Mathankar, Director, Data Management, AIG
Edgar Zalite, Chief Data Architect – Americas, Chief Data & Innovation Office – Data Strategy & Architecture, Deutsche Bank
Bhushan Bhangale, Director – Head of Enterprise Data Quality Remediation & Analytics, BNP Paribas
Sep 19 12:40
Case study: Building an Enterprise Knowledge Graph
Edgar Zalite, Chief Data Architect – Americas, Chief Data & Innovation Office – Data Strategy & Architecture, Deutsche Bank
Sep 19 13:00
Networking Lunch in Exhibition Area
Sep 19 14:00
Keynote: Peter Moss, CEO, SmartStream RDU
Sep 19 14:30
Panel: Reviewing the regulatory landscape and optimizing the data management response
Impact of current and incoming regulations on data management processes: CAT, FRTB, CCAR, CECL; BCBS239; KYC/AML
Impact of Brexit on reporting
Taking a more holistic approach to requlatory compliance to minimise costs and effort
Understanding what the Regulators are looking for from a data perspective
Streamlining regulatory reporting by moving towards centralized data hubs and ‘data as a service’ platforms
Moderated by: Dessa Glasser, Board Member, Oppenheimer Holdings Inc
Arvind Joshi, Director, Data Management, Scotiabank
Rick Aiere, Independent Regulatory Specialist – CCAR and AML
Linda Coffman, Vice President, Product Management, SmartStream RDU
Martijn Groot, VP, Product Management, Asset Control
Sep 19 15:10
Panel: An update on global standards and identifiers to improve transparency and risk management
Review of how standards are evolving and challenges to ongoing development and deployment:

How to implement standards, in which order and why
Progress around how standards are being used and linked together to improve transparency and risk management in the marketplace
Challenges and solutions of adopting standards from multiple organisations and ensuring interoperability
How to address problems of different standards across jurisdictions
Application of standards to add value beyond regulatory reporting
Moderated by: Robin Doyle, Managing Director, Office of Regulatory Affairs, JP Morgan Chase
Michelle Yinghua Zhou, Director – Enterprise Steward, BNY Mellon
Dan Kuhnel, Chairman, Association of National Numbering Agencies (ANNA)
Richard Robinson, Industry Relations & Open Symbology Strategy Executive, Bloomberg
Scott Preiss, Managing Director, Global Head of CUSIP Global Services, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Sep 19 15:50
Networking and refreshment break
Sep 19 16:20
Panel: Managing unstructured data and extracting value
Unstructured data offers untapped potential but the platforms, tools and technologies to support it are nascent, often deployed for a specific problem with little reuse of common technologies from application to application. What are the challenges managing and analysing this data and what are the considerations when making investments in this area?

Exploring unstructured data and its use cases
Challenges of integrating and analysing unstructured data; increasing use of machine learning in specific cases
Managing and enriching unstructured data, how to tag unstructured data and use cognitive search tools for analysis and linking data from different sources
Business benefits of harnessing unstructured data
Moderated by: Gerry Mintz, Managing Partner, Percepta Partners LLC
Matt Good, Chief Technology Evangelist, Kingland
Steve Grill, Managing Director, Head of Legal Data Services, Research and Data Management, Formerly JP Morgan
Evan Schnidman, President, Prattle, A Liquidnet Company
Gurraj Singh Sangha, Global Head of Risk and Market Intelligence, State Street
Sep 19 17:00
Panel: Establishing trust – Navigating the maze of data privacy, security and personal data
GDPR, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), what’s next? Ensuring data privacy compliance through data governance
Progress on aligning data privacy requirements across regulations such as AML, GDPR and MiFID II
Managing privacy data risk when engaging in data analytics
The importance of data sharing agreements and cross border data privacy controls to manage data transfer effectively
Ensuring strong governance, security and control processes when using cloud or hybrid environments for data and records managemen
Usingregulatory initiatives like privacy as a catalyst for launching business driven initiatives
Moderated by: Matthew Bernstein, MC Bernstein Data
Tom Mavroudis, Head of Data Governance & Quality, Scotiabank
James Howard, Former Chief Data Officer and Chief Privacy Officer, Big Four Auditor
Sep 19 17:40
Networking & Drinks Reception

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