IBA Panel Discussion: Data Sustainability in Regulatory Reporting
As the volume and level of detail of data requirements by financial institutions grow, and as they struggle to manage the regulatory impacts of COVID-19, it is important for firms to develop a better view of dataset commonalities and approaches that will help them achieve sustainable data and cross-report reconciliation.
Join AxiomSL in the webinar on Data Sustainability as we discuss with the panel of experts on:
- What is the current Regulatory Reporting landscape for a Foreign Bank in Japan in the context of Data Sustainability?
- What elements are required to create sustainability and manage regulatory changes?
- What are the most important elements necessary to deliver accuracy in Data Sustainability?
- What does it mean to implement the concept of auditability in the reporting process?
Harry Chopra, Chief Client Officer, AxiomSL
With more than 30 years of experience in global sales and financial services, Harry Chopra oversees AxiomSL’s global business development efforts, implementing go-to-market strategies and building worldwide client-driven growth. Prior to AxiomSL, Harry was chief commercial officer for Credit Benchmark, where he developed the concept of consensus credit estimates by working with the chief risk officer and chief credit officer community across national, regional and global banks. Harry holds a B.A. in mathematics with a minor in economics, from the University of Delhi, and an M.B.A. in marketing and information systems from the University of Michigan.
Ken Utsunomiya, Joint Global Head of Operations, Mizuho Securities
Ken Utsunomiya is the Joint Global Head of Operations who oversees Wholesale Operations globally at Mizuho Securities. Prior to Mizuho Securities, he has served as the Chief Operating Officer at Societe Generale and Lyxor Asset Management. Ken earned a degree in international business from the Yokohama National University, graduating in 1996.
Sergey Volkov, Partner – PwC APAC LIBOR Leader, PwC Consulting
Sergey co-leads the PwC Japan's LIBOR and Reference Rate Reform. He is a partner with twenty years of combined industry and consulting financial services experience, spanning across banking, insurance and asset management, supporting clients with complex transformation programs. Sergey is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder and a US Certified Public Accountant (CPA) (Virginia). Sergey is a member of the CFA Institute, and Washington DC Society of Investment Analysts, and a number of industry societies. Sergey is a frequent speaker at large industry conferences.
Abraham Teo, Head of Product Management, APAC, AxiomSL
Abraham Teo joined AxiomSL as a consultant in May 2010. Prior to being part of the regional executive team, Abraham has served cross-functional disciplines in the RegTech company ranging from pre-sales, account and relationship management to project management and delivery. He is currently the Head of Product Management APAC and is responsible for all products and driving strategy for Asia Pacific region. One of his achievements included leading a consortium of nine major banks in Singapore, together with PwC Singapore and Business Reporting - Advisory Group (BR-AG) in an unprecedented industry initiative to streamline financial institutions' (FIs) compliance with the latest Monetary Authority Singapore (MAS) 610 reporting mandate. Before joining AxiomSL, Abraham has held finance and control roles at Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays Capital, and DBS.
Ryuichi Nagano, Financial Service Assurance, PwC Japan
Ryuichi is a partner with PwC Japan’s Financial Service Risk Assurance practice. Ryuichi leads several LIBOR transition advisory projects, provides risk, regulatory and accounting (Japanese GAAP, IFRS and US GAAP) advisory services mainly to large banking and capital markets clients. Ryuichi has provided audit and advisory services to Japanese and non-Japanese financial institutions for over 25 years. Ryuichi joined PwC Singapore in 2016 and transferred to Japan in 2018. Prior to joining PwC, Ryuichi led financial accounting and regulatory advisory practice for Financial Services clients with another Big 4 firm, and led several large GAAP conversion projects, IPO advisory projects, Regulatory readiness projects and M&A projects for Japanese financial institutions. He also provided internal audit and US-SOX advisory services to Japanese and US financial institutions.