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Standards Forum at Sibos 2013 Dubai - full programme
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  • 1. 1 Where business and standardisation meet What is Sibos? Sibos is an annual conference, exhibition and networking event organised by SWIFT for the financial industry. What started out as SWIFT’s interbank operations seminar, has grown into a premier business forum for the global financial community to debate and collaborate in the areas of payments, securities, cash management and trade. In just one week, Sibos brings together some 7,000 decision makers and topic experts from financial institutions, market infrastructures, multinational corporations and technology partners. With half a dozen conference tracks, a hundred speakers and as many conference sessions, nearly 200 exhibitors, and plenty of networking events, Sibos is the place to do business and collectively shape the future of the financial industry. The Standards Forum at Sibos In its tenth year, the Standards Forum at Sibos is the place to reflect and discuss about the latest trends and developments. Throughout Sibos week, the Standards Forum offers a comprehensive programme of sessions and activities, centred around a dedicated stand within the exhibition (stand E120), which welcomes business attendees, standardisers and vendors alike. The Forum is organised by SWIFT Standards with the support of financial institutions, leading standardisers, market practice groups, standards organisations and vendors. Why attend? The Standards Forum is the networking hub for anyone interested in standards-related issues. The numerous debates, networking opportunities and information sessions guide you through today’s standards world, create learning opportunities and give you the chance to meet field experts in an informal setting. Join us in Dubai for a festive edition of the Standards Forum which will celebrate the past, discuss the present and reflect on the future of financial standards. Additional themes include how to implement ISO 20022, and how the powerful combination of standards and reference data can turn big data into smart data. The programme includes A not-so-standard birthday party: everybody is welcome at our special birthday party on the stand on Tuesday 17 September, at 17:00, for food, fun and surprises! Food for Thought sessions: compelling lunchtime debates between key players from the business and the standardisation world, accompanied by sandwiches and snacks for all. The Future of standards talks: your daily opportunity to find out where the future of standards is heading to Panel discussions and let’s get practical sessions: standards and business experts debate current issues and share advice and experiences, join in! Eye-opener sessions: looking over the standards fence, experts share standardization lessons learnt from other industries than the financial industry. The return of Professor Poppe education sessions: after his successful contribution to the Standards Forum last year, the Professor is back with a brand-new series of insights and updates. Participate to our Geek of the Week competition and win an iPad mini. We look forward to seeing you in Dubai The Standards Forum team Follow us on Twitter: @StandardsForum - #SFSibos Join the conversation on Twitter #Sibos #SFSibos and on LinkedIn. For more information contact us at standards.forum@swift.com
  • 2. 2 Monday 16 September 09:30 - 10:30 The return of Professor Poppe: Back to the future After his successful contribution to the Standards Forum last year, the Professor is back with a brand-new series of insights and updates. In his first session of the week, the professor will explore how 40 years of SWIFT standards have brought us to where we are now, and what needs to be done to prepare the future. Changes in technology and the financial industry have had a profound impact on the way standards are developed, implemented and used. Join this session to understand how key standards concepts are evolving and shaping the future of standards. At the end of this session, you will be well equipped to make the most out of a busy standards week. Speakers — Tom Poppe, Standards Specialist, SWIFT 11:00 - 12:00 Education session – An update on the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) Why is the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) standard important for you? What does it mean to implement LEI in your systems and applications? What is the latest status on the development of the Global LEI? How will the LEI co-exist with other standards such as BIC? Join this session and find out the answer to all the questions that are on your mind. Speakers — Linda Avery, Managing Director – Reference Data and Client Onboarding Technologies, Goldman Sachs — Paul Janssens, LEI Programme Director, SWIFT — Satoru Yamadera, Director, Head of International Standardization Group, Center for Information Technology Studies, Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies, Bank of Japan 12:15 - 12:30 Opening of the Standards Forum Opening of the Standards Forum and welcome address Speakers — Javier Perez-Tasso, Head of Marketing, SWIFT — Christian Sarafidis, Head of Western Europe, Middle East and Africa, SWIFT — Stephen Lindsay, Head of Standards, SWIFT 12:30 – 13:30 Food for Thought: The future of standards Standards are embedded in the operational fabric of the financial industry. Often taken for granted, MT, FpML, FIX, IFX, ISO 150022, ISO 20022 and the rest work to enable interoperability, reduce risk and increase efficiency in business processes from the front-office to the back. But as the industry evolves to deal with increasing regulatory pressure, new technology and new competition, it is clear that the standards on which it depends will need to evolve too. Join us to learn from leading experts how new developments in standards will help the industry meet the business challenges of the future. Speakers — Kevin Houstoun, Chairman and Founder, Rapid Addition Limited. Co Chair Global Technical Committee, FIX Protocol Limited — Stephen Lindsay, Head of Standards, SWIFT — Christine Strandberg, Product Manager, SEB — Hans Tesselaar, Executive Director Banking Industry Architecture Network, BIAN Group — David Bannister, Editor, Banking Technology (moderator) 16:00 – 16:45 Let’s get practical: Unlocking the power of the ISO 20022 business model The ISO 20022 standard has at its core a detailed formal model that sets out the concepts, relationships and terminology required to describe and understand key financial business areas including payments, treasury and securities. In this session you will learn how to unlock the power of this valuable resource to help address practical problems, from business integration to application portfolio management. Speakers — Yves Bontemps, Head of Standards RD, SWIFT — Karla McKenna, Director, Market Practice and Standards, Citi Securities and Fund Services, Chair of ISO/TC 68 Financial Services, Citi — Steve Miller, COO, C24 Technologies — Rudolf Gunz, Product Manager, Client Connectivity Solutions, Credit Suisse Standards Forum at Sibos
  • 3. 3 Tuesday 17 September 09:00 - 09:30 The return of Professor Poppe – The intimate relationship between standards and reference data Start your day with Professor Poppe to gain insights into the secret powers of standards and reference data. Can the combination of reference data with standards help turn big data into smart data? Fuel your brain during this early morning session to make the most out of your second day at Sibos. Speakers — Tom Poppe, Standards Specialist, SWIFT 09:30 - 10:15 Let’s get practical: Stability or agility? The trade-off in implementing ISO 20022 for securities market infrastructures There are several major implementations of ISO 20022 going on in the world of securities market infrastructures, requiring user communities to switch from ISO 15022 to ISO 20022. Jumping from one platform to another is hard if the platforms are stable, and even harder if they are moving, so there are strong arguments for stabilizing the standards during the transition period. On the other hand, not everyone is migrating, and business needs continue to evolve, driving the need for standards changes. So how do we as an industry address these apparently conflicting priorities? What options are available and what are the pros and cons of each? Join our expert panel to hear the latest views and contribute to the debate. Speakers — Mayte Arraez, Project Manager T2S, Banco de Espana — Tinku Gupta, Senior Vice President, SGX — Irene Mermigidis, Executive Vice President, Head of Network Management, Clearstream Banking — Lorraine S. Oler, Director, Relationship Management, DTCC — Veronique Peeters, Project Manager, BNY Mellon — Tim Lind, Global Head of Legal Entity Corporate Actions, Enterprise Content, Thomson Reuters (moderator) 10:30 – 11:00 The future of standards: The industry perspective In a series of three forward-looking sessions, we will look at what the Standards community will be working on in decades to come. How far out can we look? Are we likely to extend our reach upwards, into business practice? Downwards, into more and new layers of metadata? Or sideways, into adjacent business domains? All of the above - or into dimensions as yet unexplored? Where will standards compliance be policed – if at all? In the first of these series, Alistair Milne reflects on the industry perspective - audience participation is encouraged! Speakers — Alistair Milne, Professor of Financial Economics, Loughborough University School of Business and Economics 12.30 – 13.30 Food for thought: How to ensure common adoption and global interoperability for ISO 20022 for payment systems. As markets set their individual timelines to move to ISO 20022 in the context of high-value payments systems, the industry is looking for ways to avoid major disruption of payments operations in today’s challenging environments. In order to protect end-to-end interoperability and foster common adoption, the PMPG has recently published its set of ‘like-for-like’ implementation guidelines for high-value payments systems. How can we ensure adoption and implementation of the guidelines by market infrastructures and their users? What else is needed to guarantee painless implementation and seamless execution of the end-to-end transaction flows? Hear from key global markets that are leading the take-up of ISO 20022 – what they are doing, and how they will mitigate global interoperability issues with cross-border payments. This food-for-thought session is brought to you by the Payments Market Practice Group (PMPG). Speakers — Neil Buchan, GPPS Payment Support. VP – Operation Project Consultant, Bank of America Merrill Lynch — Michael Hoganson, Director, Client Services Payment Operations, Canadian Payments Association — Hansjoerg Nymphius, Chairman, Euro Banking Association Senior Product Manager, Market Advocacy, Deutsche Bank — Satoru Yamadera, Director, Head of International Standardization Group, Center for Information Technology Studies, Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies, Bank of Japan — Michael Montoya, Head Cash and Trade Finance, UBS (moderator) 14:00 – 14:45 Let’s get practical: The top three lessons learnt from SEPA With the SEPA end-date getting very close, the time has come for a proper debrief, so others can benefit from first-hand advice. In retrospect, what worked well, and what could have been done differently to ease the implementation of SEPA on the standards front? What are the major challenges still lying ahead to get ready for February 2014? Representatives from banks, the EPC and corporates will share heir three biggest challenges and lessons learnt in an interactive dialogue with the audience. Speakers — Francois Masquelier, Treasurer, RTL Group — Harri Rantanen, CGI co-convenor and Manager, Standards and Formats, SEB — Paula Roels, Director, Head of Market Management, Cash Management Financial Institutions Product, Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank — Javier Santamaria, Chairman, Banco Santander S.A. — Joy Macknight, Editorial Director, Treasury Today (moderator)
  • 4. 4 15:00 – 15:30 Eye opener – The Bitcoin story Looking over the standards fence, experts and academics share standardization lessons learnt from other industries than the financial industry. What is Bitcoin - and what is its goal? Does it involve standards - as we know them? And how does Bitcoin get adopted and implemented? Answers to these questions and much more on the Standards Forum stand over coffee, tea and cookies. Speakers — Patrick Murck, General Counsel, Bitcoin Foundation 16:00 – 16:45 Let’s get practical: Implementation techniques: The good, the bad and the ugly After 40 years of implementation experience, our community has amassed many stories about success and failure in standards implementation. In this session, a panel of seasoned implementers discusses the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches including validation, mapping, conversion, translation, integration and migration. Speakers — Alain Drese, Head of technical pre-sales and community management in EMEA, SWIFT — Steve Goswell, Principal consultant, Incept5 — John Murphy, Managing Director, Trace Financial — Wouter Van Santvliet, Managing Partner, INTIX — Axelle Wurmser, Head of transversal projects and SWIFT coordination, BNP Paribas Securities Services (moderator) 17:00 – 19:00 A not-so-standard birthday party: Interview with Max Engeli, followed by the launch of the ISO 20022 adoption mApp Forty years of SWIFT standards, the tenth edition of the Standards Forum and fifteen years of securities market practice… lots of reasons to celebrate! Everybody with a heart for standards is invited to share fond standards memories, ponder on the present and predict the standards future. Join us for food, fun, drinks and lots of surprises at our not-so-standard party! And perhaps you will be the lucky winner of an iPad mini to view the Standards Forum’s ISO 20022 adoption mApp! Speakers — Max Engeli, Founding father of SWIFT FIN standards, former SWIFT Board member, former Professor Dr, ETH Z — Gottfried Leibbrandt, Chief Executive Officer, SWIFT — Susan V. Scott, Academic Director of the Moving Markets Research Project, The London School of Economics and Political Science (moderator) Wednesday 18 September 09:00 - 09:30 The return of Professor Poppe – Regulatory alphabet soup FSB, ESRB, ESFS, EMIR, Dodd-Frank, FATF, MiFID, Basel III, … Who can make sense of the regulatory alphabet soup that’s on our daily menu? Join this session if you’d like to get a clear understanding of the regulations and players involved in regulatory initiatives impacting standards, served up by the Professor in his usual analytical style. The perfect starter to a day packed with Sibos sessions on regulation and sanctions! Speakers — Tom Poppe, Standards Specialist, SWIFT 09:30 - 10:15 Business panel: Setting the trend in ISO 20022 – the BRICA edge Brazil, Russia, India, China and Africa feature as prominent adopters of ISO 20022 on the ISO 20022 adoption map. During this session, representatives of initiatives in these regions will share the reasons they chose ISO 20022, their advice for new adopters, and the next steps for their own projects. Join this session to connect the ISO 20022 dots and find out how these initiatives fit in the wider context of ISO 20022 adoption. Speakers — Roman Chernov, Deputy Executive Director, Russian National SWIFT Association — Rodrigo Nardoni, Post-Trade Development Director, BMFBovespa S/A — Arthur Cousins, Payments Project Coordinator, SADC Payments Project, SADC — Dr A S Ramasastri, Chief General Manager, Department of Information Technology, Reserve Bank of India — Markos Zachariadis, Assistant Professor of Information Systems Management, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick (moderator) 10:30 – 11:00 The future of standards – The technology perspective In a series of three forward-looking sessions, we will look at what the Standards community will be working on in decades to come. How far out can we look? Are we likely to extend our reach upwards, into business practice? Downwards, into more and new layers of metadata? Or sideways, into adjacent business domains? All of the above - or into dimensions as yet unexplored? Where will standards compliance be policed – if at all? Ineke Bussemaker shares her vision on the evolution of technology and the opportunities for standards. Speakers — Ineke Bussemaker, Executive Vice President, Rabobank Nederland
  • 5. 5 12:30 - 13:30 Food for thought: What could big data be with standards? Financial regulation continues to expand and is driving the need to collect, store and produce even more data. But how can we make sense of all this data? Can standards help resolve the ‘big data’ challenges and simplify data architectures? What will be the impact of big data on standards? Speakers — Marc Andrews, Vice President, IBM Global Big Data, IBM — Linda Avery, Managing Director – Reference Data and Client Onboarding Technologies, Goldman Sachs — Kimmo Soramaki, Founder CEO, Financial Network Analytics — Mary Knox, Research Director, Gartner (moderator) 14:00 - 14:45 Let’s get practical – MyStandards for the community One year after its launch, many organisations have adopted MyStandards to define and distribute their messaging formats to their communities. This session is going to explore how Mystandards is already changing the industry dynamics around standards and how new offerings like the MyStandards Readiness Portal could go even further in this respect. Facilitating new business relationships, helping absorb change (like regulatory change) and driving harmonization across the industry are some of the facets of where this is going. Explore this with us in this industry panel discussion. Speakers — Brian Crabtree, Director of Market Practice, Standards and SWIFT, Citi — Charles-Henry Dubarry de Lasalle, Head of Global Direct Channels and Integration, HSBC — Bernard Lenelle, Senior Vice President Product Development Business Strategy Co-chair SMPG Corporate Actions sub-group and Working group coordinator, ALMUS, Clearstream Banking — Marc Delbaere, Head of MyStandards, SWIFT (moderator) 15:00 – 15:30 Eye-opener: Integrating payments into the core of the web Mozilla and other major browser manufacturers are now creating and integrating open payment technology into the heart of Web’s browsers. What will the future look like when payments become a fundamental part of the Web’s architecture? Speakers — Manu Sporny, Founder/CEO, Digital Bazaar 15:30 – 17:00 Workshop: Shaping the future of standards. The global Web is getting an upgrade. Payments are being placed into the heart of the largest communication network in history. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), a group of 392 companies that design the Web’s architecture, are currently building an open, programmable financial architecture into the core of the Web. The goal: empower anyone connected to the Web to exchange money in the same way that the Web empowered anyone to publish and reach a worldwide audience. Financial services that don’t keep up will be disrupted. This interactive workshop will explore the technologies that are slated to be Web-native and drive the next wave of innovation on the global Internet. Don’t miss the future, come and be a part of the discussion – and ask all the questions you ever wanted! Speakers — Manu Sporny, Founder/CEO, Digital Bazaar Thursday 19 September 09:30 - 10:15 Business panel: Asset servicing Standards continue to play a pivotal role in the asset servicing global landscape. Are the standards continuing to serve market participant needs? Has market practice reached its peak in terms of global alignment? What more needs to be done? And what about the touchy subject of ISO 15022 vs. ISO 20022 in the corporate actions arena? Come along to this lively discussion on the global corporate actions ‘standards’ landscape. Speakers — Lorraine S. Oler, Director, Relationship Management, DTCC — Christine Strandberg, Product Manager, SEB — Jun Sugie, Director, Head of Global Relations, JASDEC — Andrew White, General Manager, ASX — Malene McMahon, Senior Business Manager, SWIFT (moderator) 10:30 – 11:00 The future of standards – The collaboration perspective In this final session on the Future of Standards, the future convenor of the ISO 20022 Registration Management Group (RMG) shares his views on what collaboration will look like in the future. How to cooperate, interoperate, and engage? What are the future challenges and opportunities? Speaker — James Whittle, Convenor-Elect of ISO 20022 Registration Management Group and Head of Industry Dynamics, UK Payments Council
  • 6. 6 11:00 – 11:45 Business panel: Islamic Finance: Sharia compliance requirements – Is market practice the answer? Islamic Finance adheres to the ethical principles of Islamic transactional law. These principles are embodied in specific Islamic instrument types, legal constructs and terminology. Standardization can increase efficiency and reduce risk for transactional processes, but how well do today’s financial messaging standards meet the needs of Islamic finance? Are new messages required? Or can existing messages be used with agreed market practice rules, either globally or at the level of individual local markets? Come and hear how ISO and SWIFT standards can contribute to the growth and internationalization of Islamic Finance. Speakers — Puan Norashikin Mohd Kassim, Senior General Manager, Bank Islam Malaysia — Rushdi Siddiqui, Managing Director, Azka Capital — Peter Ware, Head of SWIFT Institute, SWIFT — Alexandre Kech, Head of Standards APAC, SWIFT (moderator) 12:30 – 13:30 Food for thought: Standards and regulation The sandstorm of new regulations is beginning to swirl around us. What role do standards play in the regulatory domain? How can the industry leverage work that has already been done in the area of standardization to ease the burden of increased regulatory reporting requirements? Can standards help to harmonize global implementations and perhaps ‘take the sting out’ of some of these requirements? We will review regulatory initiatives in both the payments and securities market areas in this thought-provoking session. Speakers — Martine Brachet, French NMG Chairperson and head of Interbank Relationships, Societe Generale — Colin Brooks, Global Head of Sub-Custody and Clearing, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited — Karla McKenna, Director, Market Practice and Standards, Citi Securities and Fund Services, Chair of ISO/TC 68 Financial Services, Citi — Lee Fulmer, Managing Director, Head of Technology in Cash Management, J.P.Morgan (moderator) 14:00 – 14:45 Business panel: How standards can facilitate innovation - The case of BPO A new payment trade instrument has arrived! Recently endorsed by the International Chamber of Commerce, the Bank Payment Obligation (BPO) provides payment assurance for importing banks based on electronic matching of purchase order, invoice and other documents exchanged by importers and exporters. Come and learn more about how standards and automation are shaping the world of trade finance. Speakers — Vincent O’ Brien, Chair, ICC Banking Commission Market Intelligence, ICC — Michael F. Quinn, Managing Director, J.P. Morgan — Joel Schrevens, Global Solutions Director, China Systems Corporation — Gary Slawther, Treasurer, Octal Petrochemicals — Andre Casterman, Head of Corporate and Supply Chain Markets, SWIFT (moderator) 15:00 – 15:30 Closing of the Standards Forum In this wrap up session, we’ll look back at some of the highlights of the Standards Forum week and discuss opportunities and challenges for the future of Standards. Speakers — Rob Green, Former Chairman of the Financial Industry Standards Association, Former Chairman of the National ISO TC68 Standards Committee, Head of Payment Market Infrastructure FirstRand, SWIFT Director, FirstRand Bank Limited — Jan Snitzer, Chair of ISITC and Vice President, STP, Loomis, Sayles Company — Max Engeli, Founding father of SWIFT FIN standards, former SWIFT Board member, former Professor Dr, ETH Z — James Whittle, Convenor-Elect of ISO 20022 Registration Management Group and Head of Industry Dynamics, UK Payments Council — Chris Church, Chief Executive, SWIFT Americas, SWIFT (moderator)

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