Top-notch speakers from the financial industry, regulators and authorities
The 28th RegTech Convention once again offers high-ranking speakers and panelists from central banks, supervisory authorities, banks and insurers as well as numerous industry experts. We are delighted to announce that the following speakers already confirmed their participtation.
A list of speakers from last year's event can be found here.
Nikolay Arnaudov is a Senior Policy Officer at the Market and Data Department at ESMA. He is working for ESMA since January 2013 where he has been fully dedicated to trade repositories in all the different aspects such as policy work, registration and supervision, as well as supervisory convergence. He led ESMA’s work on Level 2 measures under SFTR and is currently coordinating the ESMA’s Repositories Task Force.
Jan Reinder De Carpentier joined the SRB in 2015 as General Counsel in charge of the Legal Service, SRB Secretariat and Compliance function, providing strategic legal advice across the organisation and to the Single Resolution Mechanism stakeholders.
Pursuant to the decision of the Croatian Parliament, Martina Drvar assumed office as Vicegovernor of the Croatian National Bank on 18 July 2018. She coordinates and manages the Prudential Regulation and Supervision Area. In October 2019 she has been appointed a member of the European Banking Authority Management Board.
Jacob Gyntelberg is the Director of the Economic and Risk Analysis (ERA) Department at the European Banking Authority (EBA). The Department is responsible for the analysis of risks and vulnerabilities in the EU banking sector as well as of the EU-wide stress testing function at the EBA. The ERA department is also in charge of ESG related activities of the EBA as well as impact assessments of regulatory and supervisory measures. Also he is the Chair of the EBA stress test task force and of the task force on macroprudential matters.
Mr Pentti Hakkarainen has been a Member of the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank (ECB) since 1 February 2017. Among other tasks, he holds responsibility for digital agenda, budgetary issues, supervisory reporting, IT issues and audit activities. He was also a member of the Steering Committee of the Supervisory Board from 1 April 2017 until 31 March 2020.
9 years of experience in the regulatory reporting space. 5 years in the change team of Commerzbank AG and 4 years in the change team of LSEG.
Over 15+ years of experience developing and implementing software solutions for financial regulators around the globe, Joanne Horgan is the Chief Innovation Officer at Vizor, the leading global provider of Regulatory Reporting Technology to Central Banks. Vizor’s customer base spans Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa and is Global Technology Partner of the Year awarded by Central Banking.
Jussi Koskinen joined the Nordea Bank Abp in 2018 as Chief Legal Officer, Head of Group Legal, Board Secretary and Interim Deputy Managing Director. From 2004 to 2018 Mr. Koskinen worked for Nokia Group and held various roles in his home country Finland, Singapore and India, including Vice President, Nokia Board Secretary and General Counsel, Mobile networks. Furthermore, he held various positions at Roschier, Attorneys Ltd. (1997-2004).
Alexandra is EBF’s Director of Innovation & Cybersecurity, leading the Federation’s work on digital euro, data economy, cloud banking, online platforms, payments, cybersecurity and digital operational resilience. Working closely with bank associations throughout Europe, she is responsible for the EBF digital innovation and cybersecurity strategy, positioning on legislative/regulatory processes, relations with EU institutions, and projects aimed at regulatory harmonization.
Thomas is a Sr. Advisor to several private equity firms in Europe and the US where he guides both General Partners as well as portfolio companies on their technology, data, and digital agendas.
Andrea Puig has over 20 years of professional experience in operational units in asset management. For the past 9 years, her focus has been on the establishment and ongoing development of regulatory reporting. Together with her specialized teams, she ensures that the regulatory requirements for the investment funds, the company and the clients of DWS are met.
Ulku Rowe is a Technical Director in the Office of the CTO at Google Cloud. At the forefront of Google’s cloud and machine learning capabilities, she enables the financial services industry to take advantage of Google’s technology to fuel their digital transformation.
Monika Schnitzer is Professor of Economics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Her academic research focuses on innovation, competition policy, and multinational corporations. She has been a visiting professor at Boston University, MIT, Stanford University, Yale University, University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard University.
Ian Sloyan is Director for Market Infrastructure and Technology at ISDA, where he leads ISDA’s Common Domain Model initiative. He joined ISDA in May 2014. From 2008 to 2014 he held various roles in Equity, Credit and Interest Rate Derivative Operations at RBS. Prior to that he was an Executive in Structured Capital Markets at Barclays and worked in Equity Derivative Operations at UBS.
Johannes Turner is Director Statistics Department of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB), which is in charge of compiling and analyzing monetary, interest rate, supervisory and external statistics and maintaining the Austrian Central Credit Register.
Eric Usher heads the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative, UNEP FI, a global partnership bringing together the UN with a global group of banks, insurers and asset managers working to develop the sustainable finance and responsible investment agendas. Eric oversees governance, strategy and day-to-day management of UNEP FI’s work programme and global network development.
Annette Weisbach is a Frankfurt-based international journalists with more than 15 years’ experience in business news with CNBC and Bloomberg News. She is interviewing decision makers such as ECB President Christine Lagarde, the C-Suite of German DAX companies and leading politicians on a regular basis.
John manages the FCA’s RegTech team who are responsible for encouraging the adoption of technology to improve regulatory compliance. The team initiated the TechSprint concept and has run several TechSprints in areas ranging from consumer vulnerability, regulatory reporting and financial crime prevention.