October 13th - Workshops | October 14th - Conference

Attend the Workshops and Join us at the Conference

TODE 2016

Integrated global financial, capital and insurance markets using trusted and accessible digital data. Open standards, technologies and methodologies enabling transparent and efficient business environments. Interconnnected data ecosystems supervised by resilient mechanisms.

RegTackle

Granular or aggregated data? CRD IV, Solvency II, BCBS 239, IFRS, BSI-MIR, AnaCredit, MMSR, SHS. PSD2, MiFIR, EMIR, AIFMD, integrated reporting, FATCA and many more.. Data challenges across regulations and frameworks.

RegTech

Blockchain, DLT, OpenAPI, reporting platforms, machine learning, big data, SDMX, XBRL, ISO20022, JSON, YAML, taxonomies, ontologies, dictionaries, BI systems, network analysis and more.. Technology empowering smart data and efficient regulation.

DataSphere

Global financial data networks, sharing data meaning, harmonising competing data regulations, connecting standards, identifiers, technologies and market infrastructures. Achieving global trusted financial DataSphere.

venue

Nobel Tower

Dąbrowskiego 77, 60-529 Poznań
+48 (61) 8 425 425
5 km / 15 minutes from Ławica Airport

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October 13th - Workshops

The conference will be preceded by series of workshops dedicated to provide participants with practical knowledge on TODE topics including data standards, methodologies and technologies as well as provide update on European and global regulatory and data initiatives and developments. Participation in workshops is free of charges and requires registration.

October 14th - Conference

The purpose of the TODE’2016 Conference is to enable participants to learn and discuss requirements, challenges and solutions necessary to achieve transparent, efficient and global, trusted, open data ecosystems, responding to nowadays market, regulatory, legal and technological developments. The conference sessions and panels will cross the industries of banking, insurance, pensions funds, investment firms, securities and other to enable connected view and analysis across legal, data and technological perspectives.

Conference Schedule - October 14th, 2016

Registration

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30min

Lobby

RegTackle Sessions

Granular or aggregated data? CRD IV, Solvency II, BCBS 239, IFRS, BSI-MIR, AnaCredit, MMSR, SHS. MiFIR, EMIR, AIFMD, intergated reporting, FATCA and many more..

90mins

Nobel Conference Room

RegTackle

Coffee break

30min

Lobby

RegTech Sessions

Blockchain, DLT, OpenAPI, reporting platforms, machine learning, big data, SDMX, XBRL, ISO20022, JSON, YAML, taxonomies, ontologies, dictionaries, BI systems and more..v

90mins

Nobel Conference Room

RegTech

Lunch Break

After the second track, we invite you to lunch.

60min

Lobby

DataSphere Sessions

Global financial data networks, sharing data meaning, harmonising competing regulations, connecting standards, identifiers, technologies and market infrastructures.

90mins

Nobel Conference Room

DataSphere

Coffee break

30min

Sala Nobla

Panel Sessions

90mins

Nobel Conference Room

Pierre-Jean Vouette

Unregulated Financial Objects (UFO) flying under the radar

Overcoming challenges to identify, measure and manage risks generated by unregulated financial institutions.

30mins

Sala Nobla

RegTackle

Pierre-Jean Vouette

Silvia Giacinti

Through the looking glass: aggregated and disaggregated reporting

Overview of the most recent ECB initiatives regarding disaggregated data and its relation to aggregated figures (AnaCredit, BIRD, SDD, etc.)

30mins

Sala Nobla

RegTackle

Silvia Giacinti

Maciej Piechocki

Hidden gem of granular data

Input aproach – promising solution for real-time supervision?

30min

Sala Nobla

RegTackle

Maciej Piechocki

John Dill, Olgerd Unger, Mateusz Hojda, Owen Jones, Pierre-Jean Vouette

Panel: Data hoarding or real needs?

Are financial regulators collecting enough or too much data or should they perhaps increase their appetite?

30min

Sala Nobla

RegTackle

John Dill, Olgerd Unger, Mateusz Hojda, Owen Jones, Pierre-Jean Vouette

Everquest: data integration

Managing the complexity of multidimensional models in regulatory reporting

30min

Sala Nobla

RegTech

Mirosław Sopek, Sergey Ivliev

Open architectures

Evolving from centralized repositories to open distributed data sources

45mins

Sala Nobla

RegTech

Mirosław Sopek, Sergey Ivliev

Czesław Jędrzejek

Big data for supervisors

Overcoming challenges of new types of data being used for regulatory supervision - Experience of AI in Big Data

30min

Sala Nobla

RegTech

Czesław Jędrzejek

Yoshiaki Wada, Aitor Azcoaga

Panel: RegLab: need for regulatory R&D?

Should regulators follow the market and create regulatory data labs?

30min

Sala Nobla

RegTech

Yoshiaki Wada, Aitor Azcoaga

Katarzyna Wojtkiewicz

Financial data networks evolution

Global financial data networks enabled by data crossing industries, jurisdictions and regulations

30min

Sala Nobla

DataSphere

Katarzyna Wojtkiewicz

Beju Shah

Sharing meaningful information

Creating understandable communication through interaction of data dictionaries, standards, indicators and formats

30min

Sala Nobla

DataSphere

Beju Shah

Peter van den Hul

Better financial regulation

Interoperability and the review of the EU regulatory framework for financial services

30min

DataSphere

Peter van den Hul

PJ di Giammarino, Karla McKenna, John Turner

Panel: Human factor: need for collaboration on data standards?

What is the role of human experts in increasingly automated and standardised environment?

30min

Sala Nobla

DataSphere

PJ di Giammarino, Karla McKenna, John Turner

SPEAKERS

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John Turner

XBRL International

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Karla McKenna

ISO/TC 68 - Financial services

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Katarzyna Wojtkiewicz

EIOPA

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Maciej Piechocki

BearingPoint

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Mirosław Sopek

MakoLab

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PJ Di Giammarino

JWG

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Michał Piechocki

Business Reporting - Advisory Group

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Yoshiaki Wada

NTT DATA System Technologies Inc.

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Michał Skopowski

Business Reporting - Advisory Group

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Sergey Ivliev

Lykke

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Bartosz Ochocki

Business Reporting - Advisory Group

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John Dill

VARSIC Limited

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Aitor Azcoaga

EIOPA

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Beju Shah

Bank of England

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Karol Minczynski

Business Reporting – Advisory Group

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Peter van den Hul

European Commission - DG FISMA

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Pierre-Jean Vouette

International Association of Insurance Supervisors

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Olgerd Unger

European Central Bank – DG Statistics

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Owen Jones

European Banking Authority

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Czesław Jędrzejek

Poznań University of Technology

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Mateusz Hojda

Business Reporting - Advisory Group

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ORGANIZER

Business Reporting – Advisory Group (BR-AG) is a professional consulting and advisory company with over nine years of proven excellence in helping governments, institutions and businesses all around the globe to exploit innovative internal and external electronic business reporting solutions. BR-AG key competencies include eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) implementations, Data Point Modelling (DPM), electronic reporting technologies, business reporting supply chain architecture, software advisory services and reporting platforms development advisory. The BR-AG offers a comprehensive set of solutions concerning adoption, implementation, extension and assessment of XBRL-based reporting platforms. For more information please visit our website.