When:
October 18, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
2017-10-18T09:00:00+01:00
2017-10-18T12:00:00+01:00
Where:
Hilton Charlemont
2 Charlemont Pl
Saint Kevin's, Dublin 2, D02 PY86
Ireland
Cost:
50
Contact:
Caroline Hollick-Ward
017790200

Emerging regulations are driving significant global reforms in everything from balance sheets and capital adequacy to consumer protection.

This workshop will guide and inform delegates on how to build and implement an Upstream Regulatory Risk Management framework irrespective of the sector and size of business you work in.

The focus will be on how technology can be utilised to assist the practitioner in the identification, assessment and implementation of an Upstream Risk Management Framework. The workshop will also consider this in the context of expectations from various stakeholders, including the Central Bank of Ireland, in respect of transparency and timelines.

A real-world case-study relevant to the financial services sector will follow the presentations. It will apply the principles discussed in the presentations.

The Building Blocks series is specifically aimed at those new to the compliance profession, those newly qualified from the PDC programme, and those who are looking to move into the area of compliance as a career. 

The purpose of these workshops  is to have practitioners deliver their thoughts on the topic and to engage with those attending to try to address, discuss and share approaches to tackling particular issues members/member groups have.

Title: Building Blocks for Effective Compliance Workshop Series – Upstream Regulatory Risk & Reporting (5/6)
Date: Wednesday 18th October 2017
Speaker: Rosemarie Kennedy, Senior Manager, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
Colin McGuirk, Head of Group RADAR Infrastructure, Information Security & Cyber Risk – Group Operational Risk, Bank of Ireland
Venue: Hilton Charlemont, Dublin 2
Time: 9.00 am – 12.00 pm (Registration 8.30 am)
CPD: 3 Hrs Indicative
Fee: €50.00 (Member); €75.00 (Non-Member)

 
Topics discussed in this seminar will include:

    • Upstream Regulatory Risk & the role of the Compliance Officer (oversight, embedding, monitoring, governance & reporting).
    • Development of an Upstream Risk Management Framework (from Upstream Identification to Implementation).
    • Using technology solutions to support the identification of all new laws and regulations, assess applicability to your Firm , guide implementation & support the ongoing monitoring of Upstream Regulatory Risk.
    • Panel insights from past experiences of managing regulatory change.

Rosemarie Kennedy, Senior Manager, Risk Advisory Services, Deloitte

Rosemarie is an ACOI member, member of the ACOI Technical Committee and the Chair of the ACOI Prudential Regulation and Governance Working Group.
Rosemarie is a Senior Manager in Risk Advisory in Deloitte. She specialises in Irish and European financial services regulation. She advises a wide range of both domestic and international financial institutions.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Rosemarie worked for KBC Bank where she held various positions across Internal Audit, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Functions, specialising in recent years in regulatory liaison and prudential regulatory change. Rosemarie has over thirteen years’ experience in financial services having previously worked with KPMG Ireland for 5 years in their Audit, Assurance and Advisory practice specialising in Financial Services.

Rosemarie is a qualified Chartered Accountant (“ACA”) and holds a Bachelor degree in Commerce from UCD. She is a Licentiate of the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (“LCOI”) and holds a Diploma in Forensic Accounting with Chartered Accountants of Ireland.

Colin McGuirk, Head of Group RADAR Infrastructure, Information Security & Cyber Risk – Group Operational Risk, Bank of Ireland

Colin is an ACOI member.

Colin is the Head of Group RADAR Infrastructure, Information Security & Cyber Risk in Bank of Ireland’s Group Operational Risk function. He has responsibility for Information Security & Cyber Risk policies and risk frameworks and for delivering an integrated Enterprise Wide Risk Management System (RADAR) to support business risk management practices, business risk reporting and decision making.

He has 18 years’ experience in the financial services industry in a variety of industry areas from Life Assurance to Commercial Finance to Retail Banking.  He has extensive experience in technology change initiatives, Enterprise Wide Risk Management systems deployment, regulatory change rollout and regulatory compliance and operational risk monitoring, assurance and reporting.

Colin holds a 1st Class Honours B.Sc. in Computer Science Degree from Griffith College Dublin. He is a Licentiate of the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (“LCOI”) and also maintains Approved Product Advisor (“APA”) accreditation on core retail banking products.