Transparency and information management in financial institutions From the inside out

21 06 2016

Conference: 14 Sep 2016, Madrid, Spain

EABH in cooperation with Banco de España.

Transparency is becoming an increasingly important theme, and mode of operation, in today’s financial institutions and global financial markets.  This year’s eabh summer school will provide training on the latest developments in financial transparency and how financial archivists can serve their institutions’ need for evidence, information and corporate memory. In short: how can the archivist be managements’ best friend through understanding and using transparency?

We will focus on initiatives within financial institutions to improve internal transparency for better control and compliance, among financial institutions to achieve costs saving and to drive financial innovation, and then moving to discuss new regulatory demands for transparency and how they affect financial institutions in the European and the global context.

Programme

Wednesday 14 September 2016
4.00pm – 4.45pm ‘Introduction to the topic from a regulatory perspective’

Blythe Barber and PJ DiGiamarino, JWG Associates
4.45pm – 6.15pm Access to information & versus Data Protection

This session will give insights into the impact of transparency regulation on organizations and the co-existence between transparency and data protection

‘Access and privacy. The archives between freedom of information and data protection.’
(tbc)

‘PwC’s cyber security practice’
David Maloney, PwC

6.15pm – 7.00pm Tour of the Banco de España building (tbc)
Thursday 15 September 2016
8.30am Welcome coffee
9.00am – 11.00am Information management in private and public financial institutions

‘Information Scan: a pilot project of DNB.’
Ines van Dijk, de Nederlandsche Bank

‘Records and information management in private financial institutions in Spain’
(tbc)

‘Records management at HSBC’ Anne DiFabio, Archives Manager HSBC US & Brigette Kamsler, US Corporate archivist HSBC
11.00am – 11.30 am Coffee break
11.30am – 2.00pm Technological challenges of information management

This session will deal with the ways in which the archivists of today (and the future) will be integrated in new evolving systems. It aims at discussions on how the archivists’ ability to capture relevant records and how these records might be used.

‘tbc’
Richard Taylor, Financial Conduct Authority

‘Managing records in and from the cloud’
Giovanni Michetti, University of Rome

‘ValueWeb: How FinTech firms are using bitcoin blockchain and mobile technlologies to create the internet of value.’
Chris Skinner, The Finanser Ltd

‘An introduction to blockchain technology’
tba

Practical session led by developers to actually demonstrate how it works
2.00pm – 3.00pm Lunch
3.00pm – 3.30pm Archives Online. It’s all about choices

Putting archives online is about making them more transparent. What are the advantages. What are the risks. What are the techniques?

Melanie Aspey, The Rothschild Archive
3.30 pm – 5.30 pm Information & Communication

How can institutions prepare their information to better communicate with researchers, clients and the general public? How can they use their own history to create transparency and added value?

‘What is the value of your information? And how to communicate it?’
Fabio Mancione, Head of Branding of Lombard Odier

‘Transparency Portal: Transparency portal content management and requests for access to information. How to provide information to the citizens?’
José Manuel Conde, Head of Transparency and Document Management, Banco de España.
5.30pm – 7.30pm Visit to the Biblioteca Nacional de España Museum

8.30pm Dinner
Friday 16 September 2016
8.30am Welcome Coffee
9.00am – 11.00am Transparency and Financial Stability

This session will explore good (and bad) practices of how transparency relates to financial stability (e.g., how to deal with the records of failed financial institutions and how a sound archive and records management system are directly linked to the success (or failure) of financial institutions, and making financial risks more visible through visual analytics).

Victoria Lemieux, The World Bank

‘The case of Iceland’
Brynja Guðmundsdóttir, Glitnir Bank/ Islandsbanki
11am – 11.45am Closing remarks

Victoria L. Lemieux – World Bank
11.45am – 2.00pm Visit to the Archives’ exhibition, archival repositories and Banco de España’s Library

 

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