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CDAOI UK

26-28 February 2019
Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington

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Focus Day: Monetizing Data in Financial Services
26th February
08.30

Registration, Coffee & Networking

Registration, Coffee & Networking

February 26 | 08.30 - 09.00

Speaking:

09.00

Chair's Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Head of EMEA Regulatory Risk, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Chair's Opening Remarks

February 26 | 09.00 - 09.10

Speaking:

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

09.10

Opening Panel Discussion: Moving Towards Optimal Decision-Making and Data Monetisation Within Financial Services

· Building on the groundwork of data and analytics for regulatory compliance to drive value across the business

· The top five data and analytics opportunities for building business value in Financial Services

· Optimizing data governance and culture to make data timely and relevant across business units

· Enhancing data analytics, including advanced analytics techniques such as AI and ML to improve data monetization

· Cross-learning from both larger and smaller financial institutions

Speaking:

Nikhil Asthana, Barclays

Nikhil Asthana

Head of Regulatory Portfolio & Data Management Delivery, Barclays

Barry Panayi

Barry Panayi

Chief Data Officer, Lloyds Banking Group

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Opening Panel Discussion: Moving Towards Optimal Decision-Making and Data Monetisation Within Financial Services

February 26 | 09.10 - 10.00

· Building on the groundwork of data and analytics for regulatory compliance to drive value across the business

· The top five data and analytics opportunities for building business value in Financial Services

· Optimizing data governance and culture to make data timely and relevant across business units

· Enhancing data analytics, including advanced analytics techniques such as AI and ML to improve data monetization

· Cross-learning from both larger and smaller financial institutions

Speaking:

Barry Panayi

Barry Panayi

Lloyds Banking Group

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Pardeep Bassi

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Nikhil Asthana, Barclays

Nikhil Asthana

Barclays

10.00

Case Study: Turning Regulatory Reporting into Business Information

IFRS 9 created new problems within our sector requiring multiple departments to cooperate on a single project and deliver to tight regulatory deadlines. Data from multiple legacy systems had to be integrated into a new platform and conformed to a common standard to allow new modelling and calculations to be performed. I will explore some of the data flow issues we have faced and the integration of the results back into a common platform that allows business insights to be gained from this regulatory requirement.”

Speaking:

Bernard Fromson

Bernard Fromson

Head of Analytics, Investec

Case Study: Turning Regulatory Reporting into Business Information

February 26 | 10.00 - 10.30

IFRS 9 created new problems within our sector requiring multiple departments to cooperate on a single project and deliver to tight regulatory deadlines. Data from multiple legacy systems had to be integrated into a new platform and conformed to a common standard to allow new modelling and calculations to be performed. I will explore some of the data flow issues we have faced and the integration of the results back into a common platform that allows business insights to be gained from this regulatory requirement.”

Speaking:

Bernard Fromson

Bernard Fromson

Investec

10.30

Lloyd’s of London – Investing in Insights, People and AI to embed a data culture

Nick Blewden, Head of Data Product Development will take you through how Lloyd’s of London are spreading a data culture across their organisation by targeted investments in cutting edge technology combined with traditional training. He will also share a preview of their roadmap of data products to be released in 2019 for Lloyd’s market insurers to enable a data driven culture in their organisations.

Speaking:

Nick Blewden, Lloyds

Nick Blewden

Head of Data Product and Service Development Data Lab, Operations, Lloyds of London

Lloyd’s of London – Investing in Insights, People and AI to embed a data culture

February 26 | 10.30 - 10.50

Nick Blewden, Head of Data Product Development will take you through how Lloyd’s of London are spreading a data culture across their organisation by targeted investments in cutting edge technology combined with traditional training. He will also share a preview of their roadmap of data products to be released in 2019 for Lloyd’s market insurers to enable a data driven culture in their organisations.

Speaking:

Nick Blewden, Lloyds

Nick Blewden

Lloyds of London

10.50

Morning Coffee & Speed Networking

Morning Coffee & Speed Networking

February 26 | 10.50 - 11.20

Speaking:

11.20

Case Study: The Art of Data War

The data industry is awash with buzzwords and technology hype cycles but the most pertinent fact remains, are you winning the war on data? Building upon the classical works of Sun Tzu and applying modern day principles from Business Strategy and Enterprise Architecture this session will focus on how to move from strategy to execution in a 5 step process.

Speaking:

Umran Rafi

Umran Rafi

Head of Digital Data, Santander

Case Study: The Art of Data War

February 26 | 11.20 - 11.50

The data industry is awash with buzzwords and technology hype cycles but the most pertinent fact remains, are you winning the war on data? Building upon the classical works of Sun Tzu and applying modern day principles from Business Strategy and Enterprise Architecture this session will focus on how to move from strategy to execution in a 5 step process.

Speaking:

Umran Rafi

Umran Rafi

Santander

11.50

Case Study: Examples of where it can all go wrong: Horror Stories Around Metadata Usage in Financial Services

· Data are not self-descriptive, they need metadata associated to them: Linage, real meaning, timing (when and for how long the data is valid) and integration

· Horror stories around these four dimensions

· Lessons learned and how data projects can be better focused in the future

Speaking:

Assad Bouayoun

Assad Bouayoun

Senior Consultant in Data and Analytics, Fordington Technologies

Case Study: Examples of where it can all go wrong: Horror Stories Around Metadata Usage in Financial Services

February 26 | 11.50 - 12.20

· Data are not self-descriptive, they need metadata associated to them: Linage, real meaning, timing (when and for how long the data is valid) and integration

· Horror stories around these four dimensions

· Lessons learned and how data projects can be better focused in the future

Speaking:

Assad Bouayoun

Assad Bouayoun

Fordington Technologies

12.20

Lunch & Networking

Lunch & Networking

February 26 | 12.20 - 13.20

Speaking:

1:20

Panel Discussion: Breaking Down Business Barriers: Strategies to Improve Cross-Departmental Communication

· Silos develop quickly within companies, what is the best way to reduce their impact?

· Data is the crux of every role – how to utilise this to business advantage

· What can be learned from other departments cross-communication?

Speaking:

Huw Howell

Huw Howell

Global Chief Operating Officer, Nomura

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel.

Chief Data Officer, AXA PPP Healthcare

Peter Jackson, Legal and General

Peter Jackson.

Director Group Data Science, Legal and General

Ariel Cohen, Investec

Ariel Cohen

Chief Data Officer, Investec CIB

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Head of EMEA Regulatory Risk, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Panel Discussion: Breaking Down Business Barriers: Strategies to Improve Cross-Departmental Communication

February 26 | 13.20 - 14.00

· Silos develop quickly within companies, what is the best way to reduce their impact?

· Data is the crux of every role – how to utilise this to business advantage

· What can be learned from other departments cross-communication?

Speaking:

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel.

AXA PPP Healthcare

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Ariel Cohen, Investec

Ariel Cohen

Investec CIB

Huw Howell

Huw Howell

Nomura

Peter Jackson, Legal and General

Peter Jackson.

Legal and General

2:00

Can Financial Services Institutions adapt sufficiently quickly to accommodate new data regulations?

· Is data management a strategic weapon or a regulatory curse?

· Is automating data management the only way to meet future data requirements?

· …and will data regulations be impacted by the wave of Nationalism sweeping global politics?

Speaking:

Rick Hawkins, HSBC

Rick Hawkins

Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Global Finance, HSBC

Can Financial Services Institutions adapt sufficiently quickly to accommodate new data regulations?

February 26 | 14.00 - 14:30

· Is data management a strategic weapon or a regulatory curse?

· Is automating data management the only way to meet future data requirements?

· …and will data regulations be impacted by the wave of Nationalism sweeping global politics?

Speaking:

Rick Hawkins, HSBC

Rick Hawkins

HSBC

2:30

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

February 26 | 14:30 - 15.00

Speaking:

3:00

Case Study: Empowering Commercial Decisions with Data Analytics at Cashflows

· Using data to measure and advanced analytics tools such as Machine Learning to transform internal organisation processes

· Developing external data products to support merchant benchmarking against competitors

· Providing value-add for both merchants and banks

· Creating analytics dashboards for internal and external customer use

Speaking:

Irakli Menabde

Irakli Menabde

Chief Analytics Officer, Cashflows

Case Study: Empowering Commercial Decisions with Data Analytics at Cashflows

February 26 | 15.00 - 15.30

· Using data to measure and advanced analytics tools such as Machine Learning to transform internal organisation processes

· Developing external data products to support merchant benchmarking against competitors

· Providing value-add for both merchants and banks

· Creating analytics dashboards for internal and external customer use

Speaking:

Irakli Menabde

Irakli Menabde

Cashflows

3:30

Open Forum: Journey to a World Class Data Organisation

· Within this session, Nikhil Asthana, Head of Regulatory Portfolio and Data Management Delivery from Barclays will lead an open discussion with the audience regarding the journey is talks to create a world class data organisation. · The audience will be asked for their thoughts, questions and contributions towards this topic.

Speaking:

Nikhil Asthana, Barclays

Nikhil Asthana

Head of Regulatory Portfolio & Data Management Delivery, Barclays

Open Forum: Journey to a World Class Data Organisation

February 26 | 15.30 - 16.00

· Within this session, Nikhil Asthana, Head of Regulatory Portfolio and Data Management Delivery from Barclays will lead an open discussion with the audience regarding the journey is talks to create a world class data organisation. · The audience will be asked for their thoughts, questions and contributions towards this topic.

Speaking:

Nikhil Asthana, Barclays

Nikhil Asthana

Barclays

4:00

Chair's Closing Remarks

Speaking:

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Head of EMEA Regulatory Risk, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Chair's Closing Remarks

February 26 | 16.00 - 16:05

Speaking:

Neels Vosloo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Neels Vosloo

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

4:05

End of Monetising Data in Financial Services Focus Day

End of Monetising Data in Financial Services Focus Day

February 26 | 16.05

Speaking:

Focus Day: Optimizing Data Management for Data-Driven Innovation
26th February
08.30

Registration, Coffee & Networking

Registration, Coffee & Networking

February 26 | 08.30 - 09.15

Speaking:

09.15

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis.

Head of Data, Analytics & Insight, DIO, Ministry of Defence

Chair’s Opening Remarks

February 26 | 09.15 - 09.30

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis.

Ministry of Defence

09.30

Keynote Presentation: A Data Strategy driven by Data Architecture

· What Data Architecture means for data-led organisations

· Components of a data-driven strategy: reference data, metadata, standards and more

· Data architecture within government

· Taking everybody with you through effective stakeholder engagement

Speaking:

Tomas Sanchez

Tomas Sanchez

Chief Data Architect, Office of National Statistics

Keynote Presentation: A Data Strategy driven by Data Architecture

February 26 | 09.30 - 10.00

· What Data Architecture means for data-led organisations

· Components of a data-driven strategy: reference data, metadata, standards and more

· Data architecture within government

· Taking everybody with you through effective stakeholder engagement

Speaking:

Tomas Sanchez

Tomas Sanchez

Office of National Statistics

10.00

Achieving the Balance Between Insight and Privacy

· Organisations are capturing more data than ever before

· It has never been easier to gain insight from that data

· Data Privacy laws place constraints around what organisations may do with personal data

· The role of Data Governance in balancing what you can do with what you may do

Speaking:

Mark Humphries, DAMA

Mark Humphries

Chair, DAMA UK

Achieving the Balance Between Insight and Privacy

February 26 | 10.00 - 10.30

· Organisations are capturing more data than ever before

· It has never been easier to gain insight from that data

· Data Privacy laws place constraints around what organisations may do with personal data

· The role of Data Governance in balancing what you can do with what you may do

Speaking:

Mark Humphries, DAMA

Mark Humphries

DAMA UK

10.30

Case Study: DIO's Data Governance Journey

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis.

Head of Data, Analytics & Insight, DIO, Ministry of Defence

Case Study: DIO's Data Governance Journey

February 26 | 10.30 - 11.00

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis.

Ministry of Defence

11.00

Morning Coffee & Networking

Morning Coffee & Networking

February 26 | 11.00 - 11.30

Speaking:

11.30

Case Study: Data & Analytics Innovation in Experiential Design

Stuart shares his experiences and discusses the challenges inherent in realising revenue from a Data & Analytics product innovation pipeline. He’ll explain how Holovis are leveraging their innovation pipeline to solve business problems across their Entertainment, Enterprise and Simulation divisions.

Speaking:

Case Study: Data & Analytics Innovation in Experiential Design

February 26 | 11.30 - 12.00

Stuart shares his experiences and discusses the challenges inherent in realising revenue from a Data & Analytics product innovation pipeline. He’ll explain how Holovis are leveraging their innovation pipeline to solve business problems across their Entertainment, Enterprise and Simulation divisions.

Speaking:

12.00

Panel Discussion: Strategies for Optimizing Data Integration

  • Exploring different technical solutions across silos and departments and how to integrate data most effectively
  • Pulling data together with a holistic view to move towards single view of the customer
  • Working with legacy systems, especially at larger organisations - Building agreement with how data is used; both internally and externally
  • Velocity, formats, data privacy agreements etc

Speaking:

Tomas Sanchez

Tomas Sanchez

Chief Data Architect, Office of National Statistics

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel.

Chief Data Officer, AXA PPP Healthcare

Neil Crump, WODA

Neill Crump

Chief Data Officer, Worcestershire Office of Data Analytics

Natalie Jakomis

Natalie Jakomis.

Group Head of Data, GoCompare

Panel Discussion: Strategies for Optimizing Data Integration

February 26 | 12.00 - 12.30

  • Exploring different technical solutions across silos and departments and how to integrate data most effectively
  • Pulling data together with a holistic view to move towards single view of the customer
  • Working with legacy systems, especially at larger organisations - Building agreement with how data is used; both internally and externally
  • Velocity, formats, data privacy agreements etc

Speaking:

Natalie Jakomis

Natalie Jakomis.

GoCompare

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel.

AXA PPP Healthcare

Tomas Sanchez

Tomas Sanchez

Office of National Statistics

Neil Crump, WODA

Neill Crump

Worcestershire Office of Data Analytics

12.30

Lunch & Networking

Lunch & Networking

February 26 | 12.30 - 13.30

Speaking:

1:30

Getting the Foundations Such as Standards in Place to Drive Value from Data

  • Ground-up standards
  • Embedding commonality of categorisation between departments and across the business
  • Data architecture to set standards/guidelines for data analytics, BI, dashboarding etc

Speaking:

Sudip Trivedi

Sudip Trivedi

Head of Data & Analytics and Connectivity, London Borough of Camden

Getting the Foundations Such as Standards in Place to Drive Value from Data

February 26 | 13.30 - 14.00

  • Ground-up standards
  • Embedding commonality of categorisation between departments and across the business
  • Data architecture to set standards/guidelines for data analytics, BI, dashboarding etc

Speaking:

Sudip Trivedi

Sudip Trivedi

London Borough of Camden

2:00

Case Study: Data Management for Data Innovation at Dentsu Aegis Network

· Building data management innovation from the ground up: People, process and technology

· Exploring agile vs waterfall (or a mix) for big data lakes and enabling one point of reference for all data to underpin GDPR etc

· Tying in optimized data management practices with data products for clients

· Convincing management to invest and explaining timescales of ROI

Speaking:

Speaker 2 - CAO Fall (4)-5

Niel Bornman

Global Chief Data Strategy Officer, Dentsu Aegis Network

Case Study: Data Management for Data Innovation at Dentsu Aegis Network

February 26 | 14.00 - 14.30

· Building data management innovation from the ground up: People, process and technology

· Exploring agile vs waterfall (or a mix) for big data lakes and enabling one point of reference for all data to underpin GDPR etc

· Tying in optimized data management practices with data products for clients

· Convincing management to invest and explaining timescales of ROI

Speaking:

Speaker 2 - CAO Fall (4)-5

Niel Bornman

Dentsu Aegis Network

2:30

Afternoon Coffee and Networking

Afternoon Coffee and Networking

February 26 | 14.30 - 15.00

Speaking:

3:00

Case Study: Prioritising Access to Data to Move Towards Self-Serve Reporting at Sky

  • Working around the challenges of multiple definitions and versions of the truth
  • Building and curating data products to meet need, taking account of differing levels of data awareness and literacy
  • Moving from bespoke reporting to a lifecycle based self-serve approach
  • Embedding a culture to put data at the heart of end-user’s day-to-day jobs

Speaking:

Suzanne Wooley

Suzanne Wooley

Director of Data Operations & Transformation, Sky

Case Study: Prioritising Access to Data to Move Towards Self-Serve Reporting at Sky

February 26 | 15.00 - 15.30

  • Working around the challenges of multiple definitions and versions of the truth
  • Building and curating data products to meet need, taking account of differing levels of data awareness and literacy
  • Moving from bespoke reporting to a lifecycle based self-serve approach
  • Embedding a culture to put data at the heart of end-user’s day-to-day jobs

Speaking:

Suzanne Wooley

Suzanne Wooley

Sky

3:30

Case Study: Data Science in the ‘real world’: Creating a successful Data Science team in a 164 year old organisation

· Priyank Patwa, Head of AI and Machine Learning from Prudential will talk through his real life experiences in creating a Data Science team.

Speaking:

Priyank Patwa, Prudential

Priyank Patwa

Head of AI and Machine Learning, Prudential

Case Study: Data Science in the ‘real world’: Creating a successful Data Science team in a 164 year old organisation

February 26 | 15.30 - 16.00

· Priyank Patwa, Head of AI and Machine Learning from Prudential will talk through his real life experiences in creating a Data Science team.

Speaking:

Priyank Patwa, Prudential

Priyank Patwa

Prudential

4:00

Chair’s Closing Remarks

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis.

Head of Data, Analytics & Insight, DIO, Ministry of Defence

Chair’s Closing Remarks

February 26 | 16.00 - 16.05

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis.

Ministry of Defence

4:05

End of Focus day

End of Focus day

February 26 | 16.05

Speaking:

Main Conference Day 1
27th February 2019
08.00

Main Conference Registration, Coffee & Networking

Main Conference Registration, Coffee & Networking

February 27 | 08.00 - 08.40

Speaking:

08.40

Chair's Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Richard Branch, Semarchy

Richard Branch

VP and General Manager, Semarchy

Chair's Opening Remarks

February 27 | 08.40 - 08.55

Speaking:

Richard Branch, Semarchy

Richard Branch

Semarchy

08.55

Keynote Presentation: Developing Data Strategies that Keeps Pace with the Development of New Analytics Technologies to Drive Business Decisions

  • Investing in the right IT and data infrastructure to support embedding analytics tools
  • Softwiring culturally to absorb analytics uptake for business decision-making - Data governance strategies to create maximum value from advanced analytics including AI and Machine Learning
  • Digital transformation and agile requirements of businesses, including agile delivery capabilities for data management projects
  • Embedding data accuracy across the business for optimal AI and Machine Learning outcomes
  • Predictive analytics to support decisions through embedding across all levels of the business

Speaking:

Simon asplen- taylor, Rank

Simon Asplen-Taylor

Chief Data Officer, Rank Group