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Third Party Risk Management in Financial Services

Practical solutions for identifying and managing risk throughout the vendor/outsourcing lifecycle

8-9 September 2014
London Hilton Kensington, United Kingdom

Conference Workshop


This workshop will enable delegates to learn how to manage the risks presented by the transfer of data and information when working with third parties

Workshop Moderator: Omo Osagiede

Company: Independent Information Security Consultant, Borderless-I Consulting Ltd

Why You Should Attend

Third Party Risk Management in Financial Services

Management of the risks involved in working with suppliers, vendors and outsourcing partners is something which has become increasingly prominent on the risk agendas of financial institutions worldwide over the past couple of years. Now with regulators like the OCC and MAS issuing legislation on the topic and many others expected to follow shortly, firms are keen to put effective risk management programs in place to ensure they can cope with regulatory guidelines as well as avoid the severe reputational and financial consequences of a supplier failure incident. But with a lack of industry standards for financial services firms, there is an urgent need to establish best practice and ensure that your institutionís risk management procedures are up to scratch.


This marcus evans conference is the only event for the financial services industry dealing with the increasingly complex topic of third party risk management. Practical demonstrations of workable models and solutions will ensure all participants return to their institution with a wealth of new ideas for making their risk management more robust. New solutions for organising third party risk management, managing critical risk types such as data and information risk and fourth party risk, and preparing for and dealing with supplier incidents will ensure that your financial institution is at the forefront of excellent vendor risk management.


Key Topics

  • Hear how the regulatory environment is affected relationships with vendors and suppliers
  • Discover the most effective models for managing third party risk and identifying critical suppliers
  • Learn how to deal with fourth party, concentration, and data and information risks
  • Understand what happens when suppliers fail and how you can protect your business
  • Previous Attendees Include

    BNP Paribas, Raiffeisen, Deutsche Bank. Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Citi, Zurich Insurance, Friends Life, Nordea, Danske Bank, Capital One, BBVA Chile, Erste Bank, ICICI Bank, Lloyds Banking Group, Standard Bank, Aegon UK, Nykredit

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    Practical Insights From

    Nate Bedrossian
    Global Head, Group Vendor Management
    Deutsche Bank

    Anup Kollanethu
    Managing Director, Global Shared Services
    Aviva Investors

    Tamar Schechter
    EMEA Head of Outsourcing Governance

    Marco Di Palma
    Global Vendor Management Office
    JP Morgan Asset Management

    Matthew Jones
    Director, Distributor and Vendor Management
    Franklin Templeton Investments

    Tony Cavaldoro
    Vendor Manager
    Amlin PLC

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    Event Contact

    For all enquiries regarding speaking, sponsoring and attending this conference contact:

    Dhilnawaaz Khan

    101 Finsbury Pavement
    London EC2A 1RS

    +44 (0) 20 3002 3242
    Fax: +44 (0) 20 3002 3016