In partnership with 1LoD, we’re hosting a private, invitation-only event for an exclusive group of surveillance leaders.
Following an opening address by Alan Lovell, CBE, Managing Director, Global Head of Group Surveillance at HSBC, we invite you to participate in two boardroom-style debates that will focus on key areas of challenge for leaders in the first and second lines of defence. 1LoD will facilitate the discussions and all seated around the table will be encouraged to participate. This will be a closed session run under the Chatham House Rule.
THE BRIEFING AGENDA
Opening address by Alan Lovell, CBE, Managing Director, Global Head of Group Surveillance, HSBC
Boardroom Debate 1: Conduct Surveillance Regulation
How far have recent MAR and MiFID II obligations gone in promoting best practice across surveillance functions?
Facilitated by Paul Hodge, Co-Founder and Director, 1LoD. Debate Leaders: Christian Alibert, Managing Director, Head of Surveillance, NatWest Markets and Paul Clulow-Phillips, Managing Director, Global Head of Surveillance, Société Générale.
Boardroom Debate 2: E-Communications Surveillance
What are the key challenges for e-communication functions in overseeing mobile devices and unapproved comms channels?
Facilitated by John Baskott, Co-Founder and Director, 1LoD. Debate Leaders: Andrew Brodie, Global Head of Front Office Conduct and Surveillance, BNP Paribas and Lee Mann, Managing Director, Global Head of E-Communications Surveillance, Citigroup
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This exclusive event has a limited capacity and invitations are not transferable. If you are interested in attending, please advise Liz Long, who will ensure you are promptly confirmed. There is no cost to attend as our motivation is to connect with leaders in compliance and front office controls.
Date: July 4, 2018
Venue: London Marriott, County Hall
Menu: Champagne breakfast (please advise any dietary requirements or allergies)