Managing Content Risk in the Financial Services Industry
Sponsored by: SDL
Date: 22 April
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Bringing control to content creation, translation and delivery for security, trust and compliance
Financial services providers are constantly challenged by the issues of security, regulation and risk mitigation. Threats to the enterprise come from both inside and outside, with failures punished by reputational damage, regulatory fines and loss of customer trust. Research shows that the financial services industry experiences 35% of all data breaches¹ and that senior managers rank data leakage and content security as their most pressing concerns.
This webinar will focus on positive responses to these challenges by illustrating how organizations that bring control to their content supply chain are limiting their risk exposure, improving the quality of their content and enhancing their standing with customers.
You will hear from industry experts with first-hand experience of mitigating risk in the content process, with examples from heavily regulated sectors like asset management, banking and insurance. They will address how a framework for controlling movement of data, content and personally identifiable information can be used across the organisation to achieve compliance, enrich reporting and auditability and optimise the customer experience for improved satisfaction and loyalty.
People with roles in risk management, operations, compliance, IT and marketing should join this webinar to discover the benefits to reducing time-to-market, increasing value and minimising risk with a defined model for managing content creation, translation and delivery.
¹ Forbes Insights
Independent Industry Consultant
Ravi is a financial services professional with over 26 years of experience in operations and support services. He has had extensive experience across several of the major US sell side firms and over the years has covered all asset classes, with a focus on derivatives, structured products and funds. As well as working in London, his career has taken him to work in Mumbai, Hong Kong and 9 years based in Tokyo. He transitioned to the buy side in 2012, where he was the Chief Operating Officer at a Fund of Hedge Funds. It was in this role that he had the greatest exposure and responsibility for the data, content and risk controls across an organisation. He is currently an independent consultant.
Born in London, he then spent his early formative years in the Philippines before returning to the UK to finish his schooling and obtaining his B.Sc. in Economics at University College London.
Director - Financial Services, SDL
Cordelia Hughes is the Director of Sales for SDL, responsible for financial services in EMEA. Cordelia has worked with financial service clients for over 20 years, with a particular focus in asset management.
Cordelia graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in Modern Languages.
Language Technology Evangelist, SDL
Kirti Vashee is a Language Technology Evangelist at SDL and was formerly an Independent Consultant focusing on Machine Translation (MT) and Translation Technology. He has long-term experience in the MT technology arena at several software companies including Lotus, OTG, Legato and EMC.
Kirti is the moderator of the LinkedIn Automated Language Translation (MT) group with almost 6,000 members, and also a former board member of AMTA (American Machine Translation Association). Kirti is active on Twitter (@kvashee) and is the Editor and Chief Contributor to a respected blog that focuses on MT, AI, and Translation Automation, as well as industry-related issues (http://kv-emptypages.blogspot.com).
VP Global Operations, SDL
Nicolas Bosovsky is based in London where his customer-centric approach has been helping buyers of language services in global regulated markets for over 20 years. He is Vice President of Global Operations for SDL's Regulated Industries business where he oversees the company's service delivery, technology, resource management, business implementation and translations shared
services teams. Highly knowledgeable in regulatory compliance and data security, he is leading several initiatives for SDL's global solutions investment strategy and manages KPIs and business objectives across multiple regions.
Key Learning Objectives
- Strategies to securely manage content creation and knowledge management across the enterprise
- Bring security, auditability and governance to your information with solutions proven in financial services
- Develop processes that help the organisation manage exposure to risk and mitigate rapidly as new threats arise
- Build a single version of the truth across all your content, internal and external, with streamlined propagation of changes
- Heads of Risk Management - Security and Compliance
- Heads of Operations
- Heads of Marketing and Product Management
- Heads of Legal and General Counsel
- Risk Manager
- Compliance Manager
- IT Manager
- Security Manager