CFA Society of New York
CFA Society of New York, 1540 Broadway #1010, New York, NY 10036, USA

What is Qwoted?

Qwoted is a free expert network: we help reporters connect with experts & we help those same experts build relationships with top reporters.

Event Date Thu Sep 5 EDT (about 2 years ago)
Location CFA Society of New York
1540 Broadway #1010, New York, NY 10036, USA
Region Americas

The financial industry is experiencing significant innovation, from increased digitalization, application of artificial intelligence, and fintech partnerships. The increased interconnectedness within the financial system driven by the rise in digitalization is raising concerns about the growing level of cyber and technology risks. And there are concerns about how to manage vendor risks.

Learning Outcomes

The focus of this event is to discuss cyber security, technology and third-party risks. The learning outcomes of the event will include (but not limited to) the following:

• Understand the key elements of a changing governance structure and standards for meeting regulatory compliance
• A fresh perspective on the regulations covering cybersecurity and creating a multi-disciplinary framework for it
• Develop a robust practice for managing third-party risks
• Addressing the challenges of modeling these operational risks and integrating their oversight into ERM
• Understanding the mechanics and mitigating effect of cyber insurance
• Effectiveness of the lines of defense model
• Increased knowledge about third-party risk management
• Increased knowledge about technology risk
• Increased knowledge about cyber risks and cyber insurance

Who Should Attend:

Risk Managers; Portfolio Managers; Hedge Fund Personnel; Fund Management Staff; Insurance Company Staff; Bank Staff; Broker-Dealer Personnel


2019 Speakers

John Araneo
Managing Director, General Counsel, Align Cybersecurity

Jon Bosco

Delores Miller

Andrew H. Moyad
Senior Vice President, Program Lead for Vendor Risk Management, The Blackstone Group

Stan Yakoff
Head of Americas Supervision, Citadel Securities