Converting compliance challenges into opportunities | Leverage your data assets to expand your business
Corporate fragmentation, energy fragility, inflation, data minefields, hacking, political instability, regulation overload. In our view, Financial Institutions are experiencing multiple challenges presented not only by the economic environment and COVID, but also the inevitable policy and security destabilisation caused by data mayhem and regulation.
During this 1-hour discussion, we will not only discuss recent lessons learned in business advancement but will also engage you in some stimulated innovation. We will also focus on the agility of Financial Institutions to optimise their data assets for business expansion.
Key take aways from this session include learning about:
- How destabilizing market forces can be exploited for corporate advantage.
- How over-regulated financial institutions can make a virtue of necessity through “smart compliance.”
- How competitiveness can be increased through secure data analysis and interrogation—for both defence of intellectual property as well as expanded business acquisition.
- How you can achieve greater customer loyalty by making CRM a working asset, not just a database
- Validate your current strategy, address the realistic challenges facing you, and devise innovation to advance your corporation into the future.
David Kemp - DXT Consult
In his profession as a lawyer in the UK, David started in the world of insurance with a subsidiary of Aon insurance brokers. Focusing on non-recourse finance, he then joined ABN AMRO Bank as a Corporate Banker for 11 years, before joining their Legal & Compliance Department and working through the Royal Bank of Scotland takeover for 8 years. From 2010 to 2020, he worked as a Business Strategist in Information Governance with Hewlett-Packard and Micro Focus and is now an independent consultant.
Paolo Balboni (Ph.D.) - ICT Legal Consulting
Paolo Balboni is a top tier European ICT, Privacy & Cybersecurity lawyer and serves as Data Protection Officer (DPO) for multinational companies. He is a Founding Partner of ICT Legal Consulting (ICTLC), an international law firm and ICT Cyber Consulting, a company specialized in information/data security. Paolo is also Professor of Privacy, Cybersecurity, and IT Contract Law at the European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity (ECPC) within the Maastricht University Faculty of Law; Chairman of the European Patent Office (EPO) Data Protection Board; Member of the EUMETSAT Data Protection Supervisory Authority; Member of the Europrivacy Board of Experts; Lead Auditor BS ISO/IEC 27001:2013.