Events

Combatting Financial Crime in the Post-Cloud Era

This event has been postponed to a later date.

We would like to invite you to our upcoming seminar on Combatting Financial Crime In The Post-Cloud Era on the 12th March at Microsoft Norway, Dronning Eufemias gate 71, 0194 Oslo, Norway.

We will be sharing perspectives from our guest speaker, Ed Herman, Global FSI Leader at Microsoft. These will be complimented by insights on financial crime from Adam Gable, Product Director – Financial Crime, Treasury & Risk at Temenos and David Hannan, BSG Global Lead for Financial Crime Mitigation at Temenos and Peter Haener from UBS .The event will begin at 12:00 noon with lunch & networking.

Agenda

  • 12:00 pm – Lunch & Networking
  • 12:30 pm – Welcome Note, Jakob Berthelsen @ Temenos
  • 12:45 pmPeter Haener, Head Financial Crime @ UBS
  • 13:15 pmEd Herman, Global FSI Leader @ Microsoft
  • 13:45 pm – Coffee Break
  • 14:00 pmAdam Gable, Product Director – Financial Crime, Treasury & Risk and David Hannan, BSG Global Lead for Financial Crime Mitigation @ Temenos
  • 14:45 pm – Q&A and closing remarks

If you are able to join us, please fill in the form to register.

Speakers

Ed Herman – Global FSI Industry Leader, Microsoft

Ed Herman has 30 years of FSI experience in leadership positions at EY, HP, Cognizant and Microsoft His extensive experience across the FSI domain includes a focus on designing and implementing strategies to drive clients’ digital transformation. Ed focuses on complex business and technology transformation initiatives, planning and delivering best practice solutions to drive an enhanced digital customer experience, modernize legacy platforms, improve operating performance, combat financial crime and manage risk/regulatory compliance.

His transformation initiatives leverage technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, and analytics that can help banks, insurance companies and capital markets organizations prosper within a rapidly digitizing world.

Adam Gable – Product Director – Financial Crime, Treasury & Risk, Temenos

Adam is responsible for the product planning and execution of Temenos’ Financial Crime, Treasury and Risk solutions. With a background in development and risk, Adam has worked for a number of international banks and has a track record of building and taking to market both Universal and specialist banking systems. Adam has 25+ years experience in the banking and banking software industry.

David Hannan – BSG Global Lead for Financial Crime Mitigation, Temenos

David has been working with financial crime mitigation solutions, including sanctions screening solutions for over 20 years. Supporting the growth of various solutions globally in that time frame, David joined Temenos over three years ago. Having contributed to the previous successes of well known global industry solutions, including IBM and BAE/Norkom, David has brought the specialisation required to link different parts of a global software solution provider to work towards providing the overall best possible financial crime solution on the market, capitalising on the extensive capabilities of the FCM suite already provided to the market.

Based in Dublin Ireland and heading up the domain specialist group for financial crime mitigation within the global business Solutions Group (BSG) at Temenos, David works with financial institutions of all shapes and sizes across the globe to take a fresh look at the regulatory requirements associated with Counter Terrorist Financing, Non-Proliferation and other Sanctions checking as well as Customer PEP matching, KYC Scoring and assessment practices, Anti-Money Laundering and Fraud Mitigation.

Peter Haener – Head Financial Crime, UBS

Peter Haener is Head of Financial Crime Prevention Switzerland at UBS, based in Zurich.

He has held a number of senior manager positions in Compliance, Sanctions and AML covering Investment Banking, Banks and Regulated Brokers and Wealth Management. Peter joined UBS in 2002 after a 5 years tenure at Credit Suisse in similar functions.

Peter holds a Master in Law HSG / Bar Exam, Zurich and a Master in international and Business law HSG.