Time09:00 - 16:30
The financial industry is changing, and at the same time, the regulatory and compliance burden is getting heavier. How to turn regulation to an advantage?
Regtech Day brings together international regulation technology success stories about risk management, modern approaches to data management and sheds light on the development of future requirements.
At the event you will:
- Learn about the upcoming regulatory changes
- Get insights from industry experts
- Hear experiences from Nordic banks
- Meet leading RegTech solutions providers
- Network with your colleagues
Networking & breakfast
Ajankohtaiskatsaus finanssialan sääntelyyn
Kristian Karlsson, Partner at Dittmar & Indrenius
Ukrainan sodan vaikutukset finanssialaan
Henrika Pelkonen, Senior Business Consultant at Bearing Point
Timo Törrönen, Business Advisor at Bearing Point
Pakotteiden vaikutukset pankkeihin
Antti Niemelä, Head of Transaction Banking, Large Corporates and Institutions at OP
”Compliance is far from sufficient” – Practical experiences to pursue profitability
Alessandra Villa, Business Solution Leader – Risk Management at SAS
Goodbye time-consuming compliance. Hello regulatory automation.
Sari Tegström, Business Development Finland at Roaring.io
Kyberturvallisuustilanne yhteiskunnan kriittisten toimijoiden näkökulmasta
Jari Pirhonen, Chief Security Officer at Tietoevry
Valvojan näkökulma RegTechiin
Hanna Heiskanen, Senior Advisor at Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority
Supervisory Technology – MNB’s CentralBankTech initiatives
Peter Faykiss, Director, Digitalization Directorate at National Bank of Hungary
Kimmo Holopainen, VP, Head of Collateral Valuation and Monitoring at Nordea
ESG regulaatio, selventää vai sekoittaa?
Mika Leskinen, Chief Investment Officer at S-Pankki
Metaverse ja uusi omistajuus – NFT vuosisadan mahdollisuutena
Juhana Harju, CEO at NordXE
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S-PankkiChief Investment Officer
Mika is a Chief Investment Officer managing people, money, allocation and ESG. He has over 15 years’ experience in responsible investing (ESG). He’s a Global top 50 individual contributing to responsible investing according to IRRI in 2017.
“I am not an equity guy turned into ESG or ESG guy turned into investing, instead I developed the skills simultaneously, hence smooth and real integration and understanding of ESG strategies. To sum it up, I am an ESG pioneer possessing rare combination of skills – ESG, fund management and allocation. I ‘speak the same language’ with fund managers. I haven’t just followed the development of ESG but instead I have been developing market practices and contributed to the understanding of the concept of ESG.”
Regular speaker in investing and ESG events in Europe. Actively quoted in media and books.
OP Financial GroupHead of Transaction Banking, Large Corporates and Institutions
Finnish Financial Supervisory AuthoritySenior advisor in digitalisation and policy
Hanna works as senior advisor at Fin-FSA, which operates in connection with Bank of Finland. One of the strategic objectives of the Fin-FSA is to foster an innovation-friendly climate in the financial sector. Her job is to find and create means and strategy to achieve this objective. Hanna lead’s Fin-FSA’s projects in the area of fintech and digitalization and represent Fin-FSA in international cooperation related to financial innovations. She also coordinates Fin-FSA’s input in preparation of legislation and policy in the area of fintech.
Dittmar & IndreniusPartner
Kristian Karlsson is Partner at Dittmar & Indrenius’ Finance & Capital Markets practice group. He is known for advising clients on matters relating to securities law and financial regulation with a particular emphasis on Fintech, investment funds and investment services.
TietoevryChief Security Officer
Jari is an experienced security and information security leader. Besides his day job, he is a member of Information Security Forum Supervisory Board. He has also been honored with several awards in Finland such as: Security Director of the Year 2019, CISO of the Year 2017, Information Security Executive of the Year 2014 and Top 100 ICT-influencer in Finland 2014, 2015 and 2016.
BearingPointSenior Business Consultant
Henrika is an experienced specialist working in the field of Financial Crime Risk Management. She has special experience and knowledge in Anti-Financial Crime (AFC), Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CTF) and Know Your Customer (KYC) projects, processes and solutions.
NordeaHead of Collateral Valuation and Monitoring
Kimmo is a financial industry leader with strong experience in building and leading both local and global units. He is experienced in business excellence, operational excellence and process excellence. In recent years Kimmo has focused on collateral valuation and real estate markets in Nordics but has also experience from KYC/AML and corporate business to mention a few.
Timo is an experienced SME working in the field of Financial Crime Risk Management. His expertise is in the areas of Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CTF), Transaction Monitoring (TM) and Sanctions building projects, processes, and solutions as well as ramping up capabilities in global environment.
SASBusiness Solution Leader – Risk Management
Roaring.ioBusiness Development Finland
Sari Tegström is an experienced enterprise business developer, mainly working in heavily regulated industries like pharmaceuticals and finance. She is passionate about helping businesses create digital, cost-efficient and scalable processes through digitization and automation.
National Bank of HungaryDirector, Digitalization Directorate
Mr. Péter Fáykiss – Director, Digitalization Directorate, Central Bank of Hungary (Magyar Nemzeti Bank, MNB)
Mr. Fáykiss graduated in 2009 from Corvinus University of Budapest. Between 2009 and 2013 he worked at the MNB, where he was the member of a group analysing domestic effects of the European implementation of Basel III regulation. In 2013 he became the Deputy Head of Division for Financial Regulations of Ministry for National Economy, where he was mainly responsible for the domestic implementation of the European regulatory package CRD IV and for the preparation of the new Hungarian Banking Act. In 2014 he was appointed as the Head of Macroprudential Policy Department of the MNB, from 2017 he served as the Director of Macroprudential Directorate, and from 2019 he is the Director of Digitalization Directorate at the MNB.