How is your organisation tackling the implementation of the upcoming EU banking package in a world where getting real insights out of data is both compliance relevant and business critical?
Join us on March 21st in Copenhagen as we address this question together.
Date & Time
March 21st 2024 from 15:00 to 18:00
Copenhagen Office Christianshavn
The Revised EU Banking Package
As the final text for a revised EU Banking Package has been agreed, the clock has started ticking for banks to ensure compliance by the official implementation date of January 1, 2025. This requires organisations to prepare for changes that are comprehensive and multi-layered, affecting the end-to-end risk management practices and capital framework, and possibly having important business implications. The basis of a successful implementation will be a solid data foundation.
Good data quality and lineage are essential to ensure better risk management practices and optimal compliance. The benefits, though, extend beyond compliance. As AI technologies advance, a solid data foundation will be the basis to transform data into real business insights and open the doors to more proactive business making. Join us on March 21st as we unfold these topics together.
Read more about the EU Banking Package and Navigating Data Challenges in the AI Era.
Key Points of Discussion
- Content and implications of the revised EU Banking Package
- Challenges organisations face in the implementation of the revised EU Banking Package
- The role of a solid data foundation for compliance and business optimisation
- How AI can be leveraged to turn data into proactive business insights
Why participate in this event?
- Gain insights into upcoming regulatory changes to the prudential framework
- Understand the implications of the EU Banking Package
- Reflect on the role of data in the upcoming prudential framework
- Explore the potential of AI in supporting compliance and enhancing business processes
- Expand your professional network by connecting with industry experts and peers