Agenda

Moving to the new world of data 

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  • Data Transformation
  • Analytics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence
  • Data Governance & Data Quality
  • Data Lineage
  • Data Ethics 
  • Regulations: Brexit, SFTR, FRTB
  • Data Architecture: Cloud, APIs, Open Banking
8.15

Registration and Networking over Coffee

9.00

Chair’s Opening Address: Andrew Delaney, Chief Content Officer, A-Team Group

9.10

Practitioner Innovation Keynote: Data driven transformation
Peter Jackson,
Director - Group Data Sciences, Legal & General 

9.40

Opening Panel: Moving to the new world of data
What are the breakthroughs required to move from a legacy organisation that has data to a modern organisation that is built on data?  A huge shift is required in terms of mindset, training, expertise and some fundamental changes in data architecture and infrastructure.   Our panel of data management leaders will share practical insight on how they are approaching change and positioning their organisations to thrive in the digital world.

Andrew Barnett, CDO, Legal & General IM
Hany Choueiri, CDO, Aldermore 

10.20

Platinum sponsor keynote

10.50

Networking and refreshment break

11.20

Panel: Mastering data lineage for business value

  • Defining data lineage: What are the different use cases for data lineage (beyond compliance)?
  • How should firms approach data lineage as they embark on programmes and later as programmes scale?
  • How do you use new and emerging technologies like machine learning to track data lineage?
  • How do you trace data lineage through unstructured data?
  • What are best practices for sustaining data lineage once they are documented?

Naomi Clarke, Head of Data, GAM

12.00

Panel: Getting data ready to deliver business benefits and data products 

  • With the rapid adoption of data analytics, how can firms ensure data quality and data governance levels, to guarantee availability, consistency and ‘trusted’ data?   
  • With the increased scale and complexity of data coming into the organisation, how can we ensure data accuracy through real time monitoring and quality checks?
  • Having the right controls and access in place to uphold data privacy 
  • Using data dictionaries and business glossaries to achieve consistencies and help the business units understand different types of data
  • Creating feedback loops between data management and the business  
  • Role of DataOps: Help or hinder your current data management processes?

Mark Wilson, Head of Data Governance, Handelsbanken

12.40

Networking and Lunch in the Exhibition Area 

13.40

Afternoon Keynote: Creating a data ethics framework

14.00

Panel: Reviewing the regulatory landscape and impact of Brexit: The data management response for 2019

  • Reviewing the Impact of specific regulations on data management processes and principles: SFTR, AnaCredit, FRTB, MiFID II, ECB Trim
  • Brexit: How will Brexit impact data flows and market access? Firms need an understanding of their cross border transactions; data exchange and protection of personal data

 

Moderated by: Selwyn Blair Ford, Financial Regulatory Specialist 
Suriya Subramanian,
Regulatory Reporting (Brexit), Consultant 

Panel: Building a diverse data and analytics team

Action-orientated session! Leave with practical ideas and make a difference to your organisation right away

  • How do we find, motivate and retain new skills for data management and data science?
  • How should we encourage the younger generation to consider a career in data (and analytics)?
  • Diversity and recruitment: how can we attract more women and other minorities to data teams?
  • How can we encourage a more inclusive organisational culture?
  • How can we close the gender gap to speed up gender diversity in senior leadership positions?
  • Diversity and data: how are firms using data/analytics to track and reach diversity goals?

 

14.40

Panel: Strengthening reporting for reduced risk, improved efficiency and transparency
Regulations are requiring more and more granular data for analytical and modelling purposes and regulators have been discussing the desire to collect data directly rather than from reports, so firms have to provide data and analytics to satisfy many different requests.

  • What are the regulators doing in this space to help the industry improve reporting?
  • How are firms responding and to what extent can regtech and technologies like data lakes help?
  • Impact of regulatory reporting standards - how practically can you use standards and what value do they bring? When do data standards really bring value beyond just regulatory reporting?
  • What applications are there for data standards, data models and identifiers as provided by the regulators to enable a more data driven approach?

Moderator: Michal Piechocki, CEO, Business Reporting  - Advisory Group 

15.20

Networking and refreshment break

15.50

Presentation: 
 

16.10

Panel: Unlocking value - New tools and capabilities for smart analytics
If you want to move to smart analytics and machine learning then you need to start using new tools and techniques to structure, define, store, catalogue your data.  This session will introduce you to ontologies, semantic layers and knowledge graphs and will look at some of the data discovery, data preparation, data profiling and data wrangling tools coming into the space to help you get your data ready for analytics.

Mark Davies, Partner, Element 22

16.50

Panel: Modernising complex data architectures to roll out AI and ML platforms at scale
The appetite for rolling out AI and ML platforms at scale is starting to change and mature, requiring new approaches, new data models, new technologies.  This session will review the progress firms are making in their efforts and explore:

  • The growth of cloud enabling AI and ML
  • Open banking and APIs - opening up data 
  • Moving to data lakes and lessons learned - what worked and what didn't

Moderated by: Mady Korada, Data Consultant 

17.30

Networking drinks 

**Please note agenda subject to change**

Attendee Testimonials

The event was a success for us. It delivered a high caliber of speakers and delegates, the subject matter was engaging and the event organization was first class.

Jeremy Asprey
VP Global Head of Marketing GoldenSource

An informative event with a diverse group of presenters and topics each relevant to my role somehow. This gave me and my colleagues some ideas on how to development our data governance framework further and also emphasised the importance of stakeholder engagement which outlined difficulties we all experience. All in all, a very worthwhile event

Rosie Bridges
Manager, Data Governance, FIL Investment Management

The Summit was really well organised, the venue was pleasant and in a good location, and the overall day was very varied and interesting. I’ll definitely be keen to attend future events of this nature.

Richard Cooper
CDO Office, Service Delivery and Operations, Santander UK Plc

I wanted to congratulate all the organization for the recent DMS in London, it was really well organized, very interesting and participative.

Clara Garrido Lobo
Data Governance and Control Manager, Santander

I’ve attended the annual DMS event for many years and have always found the panels and round tables to always be topical and engaging, this year was without exception especially with the new venue. The various breaks and evening event allows for some key networking with my peers and allows us to share experiences, updates and views. Well done A- Team another great conference

Rickie Glasgow
VP Reference Data Services, Deutsche Bank

The Data Management Summit is not only an informative and thought provoking day, it is a bi-annual date in the calendar to meet peers, colleagues, vendors and leaders across the data industry. A-Team who specialise in Data, over a number of years, has built up a real community of data people.

Anthony Greene
Consultant, UBS

The Data Management Summit provided an excellent opportunity to hear about different initiatives underway in the market, and the experiences of practitioners across a range of industries, both through presentations and individual networking conversations. I have taken away a number of key points that will enable me to make change recommendations in my company, substantiated by the experiences of others that were shared at the Summit.

Derek Guildford
Analytics: BI Solutions, Investec

I always make sure to attend the twice-yearly Data Management Summit as I find it brings together the right industry thought leaders, and always has forward thinking and thought provoking sessions. The speakers bring real experience, not blue sky thinking, and are very willing to share their experiences - good and bad! It is a very useful event to attend.

Sally Hinds
Managing Director & Co-Founder, DMCS Ltd

I thought the session was very informative and well organized. The topics were pertinent to my area of responsibility and influence and the sessions where hosted and contributed by very knowledgeable staff. Thank you for inviting me.

Sam Pandya
Director, Chief Data Office - Data Quality, Deutsche Bank

Personally I found the event to be a well organised event and content was informative.

Elena Smith
Market Data Analyst, HSBC

DMS is always a well organised industry conference providing useful insight into the market while bringing industry professionals together to address hot topics.

Fatma Aytemur
Data Execution Strategy, Nomura

The Data Management Summit is a great platform which brings together industry thought leaders from within and outside of the financial industry to present and discuss the upcoming challenges.

In my role I find it very important to stay abreast of these developments in the regulatory, governance and data management space. I found the data management summit in London very useful as it gave an opportunity to listen-to and interact with peers and vendors from the industry.

Prashant Nakil
Sr. Project Manager Client Reference Data, Credit Suisse

Excellent event yesterday, it was great to be back there. Top job as well from the team organizing it, congrats. We definitely look for next year to be a more active participant and we really appreciate the effort to have a dedicated Buy-Side stream - we saw the room was full, this was definitely something we are happy to see next time, and to be more engaged with.

Olivier Mathurin
AIM Software

We really enjoyed the event (as always) and were really pleased with the turnout for it. In terms of raising our new brand awareness, I felt it went really well.

Rebecca Palmer, Product Proposition Manager
ICE Data Services

I attended the DMS yesterday for the first time and I found it very useful and I look forward to attending in the future so thank you for that.

Chris Chattaway
Data Quality Management - Risk Management Department Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited

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