Host: Bob Walley, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting market volatility, many financial institutions are reevaluating their operating models and their need to be nimbler. How can operational resilience help them respond, recover, and thrive? We’ll discuss:
- An overview of the financial services industry’s preparedness and response plans in the current crisis.
- The important role of technology providers in helping organizations shift to remote work for many employees.
- Practical steps organizations can take to plan and prepare for resilience against future disruptions.
Meet the speakers
Bob is a New York–based principal focused on the regulatory and capital markets marketplace, assisting clients to operationalize rules, regulations, and controls. He has spent more than 30 years in financial services and currently leads our Advisory Securities and Exchange Industry services. Bob has in-depth working knowledge of the traded markets and regulatory and compliance functions. He focuses on risk management, market surveillance, examinations, case management, trading systems, and listings compliance. At Deloitte, he has advised several exchanges on leading practices, process improvements, and leading uses of technology for decision support. Bob has extensive experience in systems architecture, application design, data architecture, development methodologies, securities operations technology, building enterprise data repositories and warehousing, and enterprise reporting solutions. He has performed numerous assessment projects to evaluate the effectiveness of the functions, compliance to rules, and value to organizations. He has also led several industry transformation programs, including the project office for the consortium of exchanges to respond to SEC Rule 613—Consolidated Audit Trail.
Roy Ben Hur
Roy is a managing director in Deloitte’s Risk & Financial Advisory practice and has more than 20 years of experience developing and managing global programs and advising clients on strategy and solutions that minimize risks in their enterprise. His experience includes leading large scale integration programs in support of enterprise risk and compliance initiatives in the areas of operations, risk management, and governance focusing on assessing, improving, and transforming the way organizations approach risk management and technology. His specialized knowledge areas include US, Basel, and European Union regulatory policies, rules and proposals including Dodd-Frank Title VII, Foreign Banks Enhanced Prudential Standards, Basel 2.5 & III, Principles for Reporting and Data Aggregation, and Solvency II, Regulation Systems Compliance and Integrity, Department of labor fiduciary rule, and other global jurisdictions.