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With the significant decline in unsecured bank lending market activity and fallout from 2012’s LIBOR scandal, global stakeholders have worked to identify alternate reference rates, with final transition targeted for 2021. Given the ubiquity of LIBOR uses, what profound impacts could this transition have for the many organizations, across multiple industries, actively planning their transition? Participants will learn the multiple dimensions to be managed for effective transition and opportunities that might be available for the introduction of new products during the transition.
Facing continued market uncertainties, REITs can benefit from effective risk management and internal audit programs. What are important considerations for REIT executives? Participants will learn about leading practices for integrated enterprise risk management programs.
Emerging digital technologies present an unprecedented opportunity for investment managers to transform their finance function. How are early adopters leveraging these capabilities to streamline processes, increase agility, and gain insights into their data? Participants will learn how the digital transformation of finance can help investment managers respond to increased reporting requirements, regulatory pressure, and cost optimization.
How can incumbent financial services institutions effectively collaborate with fintechs and leverage their capabilities to improve operations and investment portfolios? In turn, how can fintechs productively capture incumbents’ interest while continuing to rapidly deploy new solutions? Participants will hear results of a recent Deloitte survey and learn what incumbents and fintechs alike need to do to thrive in an increasingly collaborative fintech startup environment.
Investments in financial institution risk and control functions have not grown in parallel since the financial crisis, but that is now changing. How are organizations digitally transforming those functions across the three lines of cyber defense—business and IT, risk management, and internal audit? Participants will learn how digital transformation of risk and control can be delivered across key business processes.
US and global capital market events continue to drive real estate transactional activity, and the competition for capital is intensifying. What could these factors mean for companies in the real estate industry as year-end 2018 approaches? Participants will gain insights on recent and upcoming developments in the capital markets and the potential effects of them on real estate markets.
The future of work is being shaped by the rapid development and adoption of robotics, artificial intelligence, and the open talent economy. How can banking and capital markets organizations prepare for an augmented workforce in which humans and machines expand and extend work across the enterprise and ecosystem? Participants will learn that work done by computers and people must be coordinated to create maximum value.