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  • IBOR transition – a certainty not a choice
    IBOR transition – a certainty not a choice
    Scott O’Malia, ISDA, Ian Fox, Lloyds Banking Group, and Shankar Mukherjee, EY Recorded: Dec 13 2018 49 mins
    After more than 40 years of relying on Interbank Offered Rates (IBOR) as a reference rate for more than $350 trillion in contracts across a range of financial products, the industry is preparing for a discontinuation of IBOR by 2021.

    The transition away from IBOR is a certainty, and will be significant for all market participants. The pace of the transition is rapidly accelerating with considerable developments in fallback language, selection of alternate reference rates (ARR), and increasing liquidity in derivatives and cash markets linked to the new ARR.

    The webinar will focus on the key market developments, transition timelines, market adoption and liquidity, term rates, and operational readiness. The panellists will discuss the pace of progress, leading practices, and key transition challenges.

    The panel will be moderated by Roy Choudhury, Principal, Global IBOR Leader, EY.

    Panellists include:
    ➢Scott O’Malia, CEO, ISDA
    ➢Ian Fox, Group Funding and Liquidity Management Director, Lloyds Banking Group
    ➢Shankar Mukherjee, UK IBOR Leader, EY

    Topics for discussion include:
    ➢Lessons learned from the “Dear CEO Letter” submissions and supervisory expectations
    ➢What is going to drive the adoption of ARR in the markets
    ➢Developing fallbacks for LIBOR and other key IBORs
    ➢What organizations can do to make the transition path easier and what they should focus on now

    For more information please visit ey.com/ibor.
  • 25 May 2018 is just the beginning for GDPR - what to expect next
    25 May 2018 is just the beginning for GDPR - what to expect next
    Steve Holt, Partner, EMEIA Financial Services Cybersecurity Leader, EY Recorded: Feb 15 2018 43 mins
    In anticipation of the 2018 GDPR implementation date, EY hosted a live webinar focusing on immediate actions to take and building a long-term privacy strategy post May 2018.

    The webinar was moderated by EY's Steve Holt, EMEIA Financial Services Cybersecurity Leader, who was joined by the below three panelists. The panelists were asked to contribute their views on the EU and non-EU impacts of GDPR for the financial services sector.

    Panelists included:
    •Torrin Stafford, Head of Data Privacy and Records Management, Lloyds Banking Group
    •Tony de Bos, Partner, EMEIA Financial Services Data Protection and Privacy Leader, EY
    •John Doherty, Partner, Americas Financial Services Data Privacy Leader, EY

    Topics for discussion included:
    •Demonstrating compliance: the key GDPR program focus areas over the next few months
    •Defining and managing your risk exposure: what is your organizations risk reduction journey up to and post the May 2018 deadline
    •Compliance to business benefit: leveraging your GDPR strategy for commercial and business benefits

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  • The rapid emergence of FinTech
    The rapid emergence of FinTech
    Imran Gulamhuseinwala OBE, Global and EMEIA FinTech Leader, EY. Recorded: Sep 27 2017 43 mins
    Rapid emergence and evolution, mass consumer adoption, significant market traction and strong prospects for future growth. These few ideas summarize the bright and brief history of FinTechs, as confirmed by the latest EY FinTech Adoption Index.

    This webinar will focus on EY’s 2017 findings and look to industry voices for their perspective on the FinTech landscape. The EY FinTech Adoption Index study factored more than 22,000 online interviews of digitally active consumers in 20 markets around the world. It provides a global perspective on who is using FinTech, which services they are using and their reasons for doing so.

    The panel will be moderated by Imran Gulamhuseinwala OBE, Global and EMEIA FinTech Leader, EY.

    Panelists include:
    * Justin Basini, CEO and Co-founder, ClearScore
    * Matt Hatch, Americas FinTech Leader, EY
    * Mark Brant, Managing Director, PayPal UK

    Topics for discussion are:
    * Findings from the EY FinTech Adoption Index: the who, what, where and why of FinTech adoption
    * What traction means for a FinTech start-up
    * The role of established financial institutions, investors, regulators and other industry players in supporting adoption

    For more information on this year’s findings, please visit ey.com/fintechindex.
  • Why cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility in today’s FS organization
    Why cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility in today’s FS organization
    Steve Holt, EY EMEIA Financial Services Cyber Security Leader Recorded: May 25 2017 56 mins
    This webinar will discuss the global cybersecurity landscape, and the threats and opportunities cybersecurity is presenting for financial services organizations. Given the panel is being held exactly one year before the official General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implementation date, panelists will be reflecting specifically on the implications of this regulation for FS organizations.


    * Cheri McGuire, Group Chief Information Security Officer, Standard Chartered Bank
    * Simon Hales, Group Head of ISR, HSBC
    * Tony de Bos, EY EMEIA Financial Services, Data Protection and Privacy Leader

    Topics for discussion:

    * Talent and awareness - building a culture that makes cybersecurity part of everyone’s job and rethinking the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
    * Strategy and innovation - putting cybersecurity at the heart of business strategy and ensuring that new digital innovation includes cybersecurity at the outset
    * Regulation - assessing the impact GDPR will have on your organization’s people, processes and technology ahead of the 2018 implementation date
    * Resilience and scalability - being prepared to recover rapidly from a cyber-breach while holding up your ecosystem to the same cybersecurity standards that you follow as an organization

    This publication contains information in summary form and is therefore intended for general guidance only. It is not intended to be a substitute for detailed research or the exercise of professional judgment. Member firms of the global EY organization cannot accept responsibility for loss to any person relying on this article.

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