At the RegTech Convention you can expect distinguished key note speakers and discussion participants from central banks, supervisory authorities, banks and insurers as well as other industry experts. The following guest speakers have already confirmed their participation:
Andreas Ahrens is a trained bank clerk as a bank clerk and holds a degree in finance and business mathematics. He is a certified Financial Risk Manager and works for NORD/LB Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentral as an expert for market price risks. In his role, he is mainly responsible for the methodological further development of interest rate risk models in the banking book as well as market risks.
Werner Bier is Deputy Director General Statistics in the European Central Bank. He is overseeing i. a. Analytical Credit and Master Data, the Banks’ Integrated Reporting Dictionary, the Integrated Reporting Framework, the Centralised Securities Database, Securities Holdings, Benchmark Rates and Banking Supervision Data.
Dirk Broeders (1969) is a Senior Strategy Advisor at the Supervisory Policy Division of De Nederlandsche Bank. He is also a Finance Professor at the School of Business and Economics of Maastricht University.
Since 2015 Stefan Brunken is Head of Division Monetary and Financial Statistics at the Deutsche Bundesbank. He is member of the European System of Central Banks’ (ESCB) Statistics Committee and from 2007-2015 he was Chairman of the ESCB Working Group on Securities Statistics.
Radu has joined EBA in December 2017 as Head of IT. Prior to that he held CIO/COO roles in the Private sector in Financial Services, Banking and Insurance Broking industries with a broad experience and keen interest in IT Strategy, Change and Business Transformation.
Massimo Casa is Head of the Assistance to Reporting Agents Division in the Statistical Data Collection and Processing Directorate of Banca d’Italia. He is also chairing the Puma2 initiative of cooperation with Italian reporting agents in the field of regulatory reporting and (co-) chairing the Steering Group of the BIRD (Banks’ Integrated Reporting Dictionary), a similar European initiative whose participants are a number of commercial banks, the European Central Bank and National Central Banks.
Markus Cevela is Head of Group Data and Reporting Governance at Erste Group Bank AG, focusing on data- and reporting governance, group reporting strategy, BIC-network and data and reporting processes, among other topics.
As a Deputy Director General, Information Systems, Magí Clavé focuses on leading a number of strategic initiatives such as ECB IT mobile, ECB digitalisation, Big Data and Data Centres as well as Business Continuity Strategy.
Stephen is responsible for operational elements of the Guernsey Financial Services Commission, chairs the Project Steering Committee and sits as an Independent Chair on Risk Governance Panels.
Sidhartha is a Research Director at Chartis with over 20 years of experience in the financial, energy, and commodities markets in various functions across the trade life-cycle (risk management, trading, and product structuring) and software development life-cycle (risk, analytics, and trading).
Uwe Dörr is a partner at d-fine. For 20 years, he has worked on and supervised risk-controlling projects with a focus on risk models, organizational structure, processes, and regulation. Currently, his main interest lies in the development of solutions that enable banks to cost-efficiently fulfill regulatory requirements regarding internal models.
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.
Francis Gross is Senior Adviser in the Directorate General Statistics of the European Central Bank. His interests include developing vision and strategy for overcoming the dual disruption of rapid globalization and digitization, as well as designing and driving the implementation of concrete, feasible measures with transformational power to ultimately deliver measurement tools effective at the scale and speed of today’s finance, especially in a crisis.
Patrick Hoedjes is Head of the Oversight and Supervisory Convergence Department. Prior to joining EIOPA, Patrick worked at the Dutch national central bank spending more than 10 years in various positions in pension supervision, cash operations and statistics and as the Head of Unit for Supervision Statistics for Financial Institutions.
Jean-Marc Israël is Head of the Analytical Credit and Master Data (AMA) Division and also (co-) chairing the Working Group on Analytical Credit Dataset (AnaCredit) and the Register of Institutions and Affiliates Dataset (RIAD) Hub Network, both reporting to the ESCB Statistics Committee.
Paul Janssens is Programme Director at SWIFT. In this role, he manages the reference data standards and is responsible for fostering the adoption of international industry standards to comply with regulatory requirements.
Steffen Jentsch is Managing Director at the FinTech Group AG and Chief Representative of FinTech Group Bank AG. He has extensive professional and technological expertise in all areas of private and corporate banking. His area of expertise is the further development and operation of the standard platform for private and specialist banks.
Sonja Kardorf joined Deutsche Leasing as Chief Risk Officer in October 2018. Prior to that, she had been a member of the Board of Investitionsbank Berlin since July 2014. She was responsible for finance, risk controlling, credit back office, operational organization, IT and administration. She is also actively involved in digitization issues.
Dr Allan Kearns is a Head of Prudential Analytics within the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI). Allan provides leadership both within the CBI and externally with Industry in developing and delivering an ambitious vision for analytics in a financial regulation environment.
Andrea Kemmer is a partner in the Financial Services division of KPMG Germany. She is a specialist in the field of external and internal reporting by banks and advises numerous institutions on the implementation of regulatory requirements such as reporting (COREP, FINREP, AnaCredit, etc.) or BCBS 239.
Fabian joined REGIS-TR in December 2017 and has taken over the role as Business Development Manager. In his role, he is the main contact in regards to the Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR).
Wolfgang Koenig earned a Ph.D. degree from Goethe University Frankfurt in 1980 and completed his habilitation thesis in 1985. From 1985 to 1991, he was Professor of Information Systems at the Koblenz School of Corporate Management, serving as a Rector from 1986 to 1988.
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Sebastian Müller is Senior Manager Solvency II Business Analysis at Swiss Re Management Ltd. He leads a finance IT team and is responsible for Solvency II reporting as well as for the integration of B3i (Blockchain Insurance Industry Initiative) developments into Swiss Re.
Rahul currently works as a Technology Consultant and has been with the Bank of England for the last six years. He focusses on aligning technology strategy with the Bank’s business area strategies, specifically for the Prudential Regulation Authority.
Giancarlo is working at the ECB, as Head of the Banking Supervision Data Division. The division develops, collects, controls and disseminates within ECB and to EBA, ESRB and other stakeholders all supervisory reports.
Olga Petrenko is Market Data Policy Team Leader within the Markets Department at the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). She is involved in ESMA’s work on defining reporting requirements that stem from European regulatory regimes, including EMIR, MiFID II/MiFIR, MAR and SFTR.
Isabel Schnabel is one of the most successful and most influential economists of her generation. Since June 2014, she is the only female member of the German Council of Economic Experts, which plays a central role in the discussion of economic policy and influences political decision-making in Germany.
Nadja Schuster is a Senior Manager at d-fine. She has supervised risk-controlling projects for over ten years, with special focus on ICAAP and risk-bearing capacity. She is currently involved in the implementation of the new guidelines on ICAAP at several banks.
Reinhold Stahl has been leading the Statistics Department at Deutsche Bundesbank since December 2014 and is therefore responsible for the entire statistical reporting. Prior to joining the Statistics Department, he was leading the Statistical Information Management, Mathematical Methods Division and was responsible for international data exchange amongst other things.
Dr. Cornelia Stratenwerth is responsible, among other things, for regulatory reporting on large exposures and million loans at Postbank (a branch of DB Privat- und Firmenkundenbank AG) in the finance department as Head of the Reporting & Data Basis department, as well as for the submission of statistical reports.
Stephan Taborsky joined Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) in 2009 and is currently working as Head of Project Management. Prior to RBI, he worked in the consulting business for almost 7 years – mainly doing large-scale system integration projects within the field of core banking systems, finance and regulatory reporting. He holds master’s degrees in both computer science and business administration and economy.
Dr. Andreas Totok has worked in applications for the analysis and evaluation of big data for more than 20 years. Currently, he leads the Enterprise Information Management Division of Finanz Informatik Solutions Plus (FI-SP).
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.
Daniel Vogler is a director at ING-DiBa AG. In his current role as Head of Market & Integrative Risk Management, he is responsible for all risk models, both from a regulatory and an economic perspective.
Laurence White is a Member of Secretariat, Financial Stability Board, Basel. He is a lawyer and policymaker with over 20 years' experience in Australian, UK, EU and international financial markets regulation, and commercial and administrative law.
In his role as Head of Risk Controlling Models, Dr. Tobias Wirth is responsible for NORD/LB's valuation and market price risk models.
Nicola Yiannoulis is a Senior Policy Expert at the European Banking Authority and is responsible for the topics of cloud, cyber and IT risk management. She has been at the EBA since inception and has led the EBA’s work on IT risk supervision since 2015, producing the EBA Guidelines on ICT risk management under SREP as well as the EBA Recommendations on Cloud outsourcing. Nicola follows these topics in European and international fora and is involved in subgroups of the G7, Basel, European Systemic Risk Board, and the European Central Bank.