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The Digital Risk Manager

How to manage legal, regulatory and fraud risk in the digital age

New York |
Speakers include:
Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson

Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson

Financial Times

Overview

The digital transformation of business is creating countless opportunities. Advanced data analytics, robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, blockchain, the internet of things and other innovations are being explored and in many instances commercially exploited. Yet these exciting developments present serious risks: poor choice of technology, badly allocated investment, untrained staff, unrealistic expectations about what new technology can deliver, legal and regulatory compliance failures, and technology-enabled fraud. The legal and regulatory pitfalls of new technology adoption are considerable but often not appreciated. Companies have to work hard to stay within the law and the rulebook at all times to manage these legal, regulatory and fraud risks.

This Financial Times/EY Private Editorial Briefing will explore how companies are dealing with these hazards in the digital age. It will bring together general counsel, chief compliance officers, chief risk officers, chief finance officers and others from a range of industries to discuss the problems they face and the best ways to manage them. 

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Agenda - 3rd May

  • 5:30pm
    Welcome Drinks
  • 6:00pm
    Opening Remarks

    Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, US Business Editor, Financial Times

  • 6:10pm
    Highlights of EY's Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey 2018, and 15th Global Fraud Survey

    Todd Marlin, Americas Forensic Data Analytics Leader, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, Ernst & Young LLP

  • 6:20pm
    Discussion Commences
  • 7:10pm
    Closing Remarks

    Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, US Business Editor, Financial Times

  • 7:15pm
    Buffet and Networking Drinks
  • 8:15pm
    Conclusion

Chair (1)

Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson

Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson

US News Editor
Financial Times

Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson is the US News Editor for the Financial Times, responsible for coordinating the FT's daily Americas news coverage. He is based in New York.  Previously Mr Edgecliffe-Johnson served as the FT’s Global Media Editor, moving the position from London to New York in July 2008. He led and coordinated the FT’s global coverage of sectors ranging from the music and movie businesses to digital media and marketing, writing about technology and media for the FT’s Inside Business column and managing a team of media, telecoms and consumer industries reporters in the US and Europe.  In his 16 years at the FT, Mr Edgecliffe-Johnson has also been the FT’s Deputy News Editor, edited its management features section (now called Business Life), covered M&A and consumer industries in New York from 1999 to 2002, and written for the influential Lex column. He began his career in journalism as a financial reporter for the Daily Telegraph in London. Mr Edgecliffe-Johnson was the winner of the Newsbios “30 under 30” award for young financial journalists in 2000 and 2001. He has served as a judge for The Shorty Awards and has co-chaired FT Live’s annual Digital Media Conference and Future of Marketing Summit. Mr Edgecliffe-Johnson graduated from Cambridge University with an MA in Italian and French.

Presented by (1)

Financial Times Live (FT Live) is the global conferences and events division of the Financial Times Group. Chaired by senior journalists from the Financial Times Group, the summits, conferences, awards and strategic forums organised by FT Live gather the world’s brightest minds and most influential decision-makers.

Exclusive on-stage interviews, stimulating presentations and lively panel debates – available on multiple content platforms – provide the cutting-edge insights, unique personalities and peer audience engagement that have the power to transform finance, business, politics, society and culture.

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. In 2016 the FT passed a significant milestone in its digital transformation as digital and services revenues overtook print revenues for the first time. The FT has a combined paid print and digital circulation of more than 910,000 and makes 60% of revenues from its journalism.

In Association with (1)

EY believes a better working world means helping clients solve big, complex industry issues and capitalise on opportunities to grow, optimise and protect their businesses.

EY’s multidisciplinary cybersecurity team helps clients meet a set of diverse requirements which can arise from a compliance problem such as GDPR, a security or data breach, a client moving into a new market, a merger, a de-merger or an acquisition.

EY helps clients with effective cybersecurity strategies moving them from a defensive approach to a source of competitive advantage that can have a value impact across their whole organisation.

Venue

Parker New York
119 W 56th St,
New York NY 10019

United States of America

Tel: +1 212-245-5000

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Contacts

Ruth Strachan
Content Executive
Financial Times