Pinsent Masons
Pinsent Masons, 30 Crown Pl, Earl St, Hackney, London EC2A 4ES, UK

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Event Date Thu Dec 5 GMT - Sat Dec 7 GMT (almost 3 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Thu Dec 5 8:00am - Sat Dec 7 12:30pm
Location Pinsent Masons
30 Crown Pl, Earl St, Hackney, London EC2A 4ES, UK
Region EMEA

As the financial services sector is increasingly reliant on technology to deliver products and services, its imperative that businesses develop capabilities that enable them to effectively counter operational incidents such as IT failures or cyber-attacks, which could potentially cause major disruptions to the UK’s financial system, institutions and consumers.

Join us at this timely forum to learn about the regulator’s expectations for how financial services firms should prepare to enhance operational resilience, experts’ views on how to develop and implement an operational plan that would deliver continuity of services in the event of major disruptions and to exchange thoughts and ideas with industry figures on how to achieve the right operating model and culture within the firm in order to boost resilience.

Attending this event will provide you with insight into:
• Key priorities of the regulator
• Where resources should be focused in order to protect customers and mitigate reputational risk
• How to manage the operational risk of legacy technology and outsourcing to the cloud and other third-party IT service providers
• Scenario testing, incident response planning, training and management oversight


2019 Speakers

Megan Butler
Executive Director of Supervision, Financial Conduct Authority

Tobin Ashby
Partner, Pinsent Masons

David Heffron
Partner, Pinsent Masons

Jeffrey Mushens
Technical Policy Director, TISA

Mark Cooke
Group General Manager, HSBC

John Bernard
Director, Group Corporate Security, Group Operations, Aviva