IMAS Lunchtime Talk Series – LIBOR Transition, Operational Resilience & Innovation

IMAS Lunchtime Talk Series – LIBOR Transition, Operational Resilience & Innovation

1 Aug 2019

IMAS, together with KPMG, will be holding a talk addressing (i) LIBOR transition, (ii) Technology Risk Management (TRM) and Business Continuity Management (BCM) and (iii) Innovation and Asset Management.

(i) LIBOR Transition & Asset Management
The transition away from LIBOR will have an impact on most financial institutions globally. The presentation will take a look at the background and context of the LIBOR reform, list the key impacts to Asset Managers and Banks, and the flow on impacts for Operations and Clients.

(ii) TRM and BCM
Financial Institutions (“FIs”) today face the reality that cyber breaches are not a question of ‘if’, but ‘when’. This, coupled with the need to embrace emerging technologies, add to the pressure for FIs to manage increasing risks and put in place measures to strengthen operational resilience.

(iii) Innovation & Asset Management
Emerging technologies are redefining how financial institutions deliver services to the ever-evolving expectations of their customers. Many FIs however, struggle to get their innovations past a proof-of-concept. This presentation aims to shed light on how successful companies make innovation work.

About the Speakers


(i) Luke Gower, ASPAC LIBOR Solution Lead, KPMG Australia
Daryl Pereira, Partner Cyber Security, KPMG Singapore
(iii) Jan Reinmueller, Partner Innovation, KPMG Singapore

Click here for the the full Speakers’ Profiles

Session Details


Date 1 August 2019 (Thursday)
Time 11.45am – 2.00pm
(Registration begins at 11.45am)

Venue KPMG Singapore
#22-00, Hong Leong Building,
6 Raffles Quay
Singapore 048581

Entry Complimentary for IMAS Member Firms and Invited Guests

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