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2019 Bank Regulatory Outlook – Live Replay for Asia-Pac

February 14, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST

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EY free CPE webcast

Participants of the live webinar will be eligible for 1.5 free CPE credit.

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Banking regulation is evolving. For the last 10 years, the focus has been on restoring the safety and soundness of the financial markets after the financial crisis, leading banks to rationalize their structures and operations. But regulation is now turning to new technology, digitization, market disruption and the critical role of data governance.

The webcast will examine the environment in which banks and regulators are operating and discuss the final phases of post-crisis implementation, as well as new policy initiatives. The discussion will cover both legacy issues and emerging risks that banks will face in 2019 as they implement sound risk and compliance frameworks.

Live Panelists:

 

Meena Datwani

Meena Datwani is an Associate Partner in the risk group of Ernst & Young LLP (HK). She has over 30 years of experience in government and regulation in Hong Kong. Meena was the Head of Enforcement and Anti Money Laundering Supervision at the Hong Kong Money Authority.

She lead investigations in cases of misconduct as well as internal controls failure by banks involving customer due diligence, transactions monitoring, sanctions screening under the anti-money laundering legislation. Prior to that she headed the Banking Conduct Department and also served as the Chief Executive of the Deposit Protection Board. She was responsible for introducing policies for the protection of bank investors, customers and depositors in the aftermath of the GFC.

 

David Scott

David is a Partner in EY’s Hong Kong office and leads our financial services risk management and regulatory practice. He has previously worked in EY’s US, UK and Singapore practices and has over 20 years of experience in assisting global financial institutions with regulatory change management including capital management, stress testing, resolution and recovery planning, risk governance and banking conduct.

 

John Liver

John Liver is a Partner in the Financial Services Group of Ernst & Young LLP (UK). He has held regulatory roles with leading investment banks, the UK Financial Services Authority and its predecessors. His roles include leading the thematic supervision in the investment firms division; leading the personal Investment authority supervision, where he oversaw the sales regulation of the life and pensions industry; and management roles in the investment management regulatory organization’s enforcement and supervision departments.

Moderator

 

Eugène Goyne

Eugène Goyne is an Associate Partner in the risk group of Ernst & Young’s Hong Kong firm and is EY’s Regulatory leader for Asia Pacific. He has over 20 years of experience in government and regulation in Australia and Hong Kong, including senior regulatory roles. Eugène was deputy head of enforcement at the Hong Kong SFC, leading litigation and investigations in all areas of securities, futures and listed company crime and misconduct. He played key roles in the drafting of the HK securities, futures and resolution laws and has represented the Hong Kong SFC in IOSCO enforcement meetings and FSB, IMF and FATF reviews of Hong Kong.

Replay Panelists:

 

Cynthia Doe

Cindy Doe is a Boston-based Principal and leader of Ernst & Young’s Digital Risk offering in the Financial Services Office (FSO). Cindy is also the FSO New England Market Advisory leader. She brings over 25 years of experience working in the financial services industry, specifically in banking and capital markets, investment management, and insurance. Cindy has significant experience working with global financial services clients on technology and cyber risk management frameworks, vendor risk management frameworks, resiliency frameworks, internal and external audits, and third-party control reporting exams.

 

Eugène Goyne

Eugène Goyne is an Associate Partner in the risk group of Ernst & Young’s Hong Kong firm and is EY’s Regulatory leader for Asia Pacific. He has over 20 years of experience in government and regulation in Australia and Hong Kong, including senior regulatory roles. Eugène was deputy head of enforcement at the Hong Kong SFC, leading litigation and investigations in all areas of securities, futures and listed company crime and misconduct. He played key roles in the drafting of the HK securities, futures and resolution laws and has represented the Hong Kong SFC in IOSCO enforcement meetings and FSB, IMF and FATF reviews of Hong Kong.

 

Alejandro Latorre

Alejandro “Alex” Latorre is a Principal in the FSO Risk Management Advisory practice of Ernst & Young LLP (US). He has over 20 years of experience at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, encompassing experience in monetary policy, capital markets, and financial regulation. Alex was a senior supervisor for the U.S. operations of two large and systemically important Foreign Banking Organizations. As well as being involved in many of the Federal Reserve’s financial crisis management efforts; including the AIG bailout. During this period, he worked closely with EY in their support of the Federal Reserve in the creation of crisis management tools and facilities.

 

John Liver

John Liver is a Partner in the Financial Services Group of Ernst & Young LLP (UK). He has held regulatory roles with leading investment banks, the UK Financial Services Authority and its predecessors. His roles include leading the thematic supervision in the investment firms division; leading the personal Investment authority supervision, where he oversaw the sales regulation of the life and pensions industry; and management roles in the investment management regulatory organization’s enforcement and supervision departments.

Moderator

 

Marc Saidenberg

Marc Saidenberg is a principal in the Ernst & Young LLP Financial Services Organization Advisory practice with more than 20 years of banking and cross-jurisdictional regulatory and supervisory experience. He has worked with global financial institutions to enhance capital management and stress testing, liquidity risk management, risk governance, model risk management and recovery and resolution planning capabilities.

Before joining EY, Marc was a senior vice president and director of supervisory policy at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Marc contributed to the development of supervisory expectations for capital planning, liquidity risk management and recovery and resolution planning and represented the New York Fed on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

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February 14, 2019
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