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The Future of Compliance and Risk Management in Banking

Join our panel discussion on the current state of compliance at large financial services firms and the use of new technology and data science to transform the discipline.

Organizations are facing an ever-changing and more complex set of uncertainties than they ever have in recent memory. These uncertainties are developing more quickly than ever, in ways that are less predictable and carry the potential to shift from risk to opportunity or crisis rapidly. Having the right people, processes and technology to deal with uncertainty and manage risks, both known and unknown, can elevate strategy, improve performance, offer greater insights for decision making, and assure greater risk management effectiveness over time.

This event will focus on a discussion with senior industry leaders on this shifting paradigm and skills that will be required to be successful as a compliance and risk manager in the 21st century.

Host: Bob Kostakopoulos, Deputy Academic Director and Lecturer, ERM Program

Moderator: Rajeev Davé, Managing Director and Global Head of Trade Surveillance, Scotiabank; Lecturer, ERM Program

Panelists:

Shayne Ganeson, Relationship Manager and Head of Toronto Office, TradingHub

Henry Nguyen, Director - Macro Compliance, Barclays Investment Bank

Paola Ronquillo, VP, Compliance Controls & Processes, Deputy US Chief Compliance Officer, Scotiabank US

 

For questions, please contact Jay Hirsch, jh3975 [[at]] columbia [[dot]] edu.

For additional information about program offerings at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, please contact an Admissions Counselor at 212-854-9666 or inquire [[at]] sps [[dot]] columbia [[dot]] edu.