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E2W Workshop: Building Operational Resilience: bringing together multiple disciplines
10 Nov 2020
18:00pm - 19:00pm

E2W Workshop: Building Operational Resilience: bringing together multiple disciplines

From your PC, laptop or phone Tuesday 10th November at 6PM

E2W Workshops are created to help build our member's knowledge and interests on topics that are relatable to Financial Services. We are pleased to be presenting an informative session around Operational Resilience.

Building Operational Resilience: bringing together multiple disciplines

This session will:

  • Put the incoming UK operational resilience regime in context and provide a view of its key elements;
  • Give a flavour of BOE/PRA/FCA expectations; and
  • Highlight why this framework is multidisciplinary and requires a change in perspective

We are delighted to introduce our guest speakers: 

Anita Millar is a risk and public policy professional with over 20-years of experience working in the financial services sector.  Her career spans risk management, audit, and consulting on regulatory change. She has held roles at ISDA, HSBC, Insight Investment, AFME, Northern Trust, and RBS. Her regulatory work spans cross-border regulation, Basel II (credit & operational risk), Basel III (capital & liquidity), MiFIR, EMIR, EU Banking Union and a proposed EU Financial Transaction Tax (FTT).  She has also written research reports for City of London Corporation/TheCityUK and Invest Europe (previously EVCA).


Palvinder Gill is a senior prudential and risk practitioner having held roles at Credit Suisse, Macquarie Group, Morgan Stanley, Nomura and Wells Fargo.  He has also worked as a policy maker at the Bank of England and FSA and as a regulatory consultant at EY. His regulatory and risk prudential capital and liquidity projects including Basel II, Basel III, ICAAPs, ILAAPs, Recovery Plans, FRTB, IFR/IFD, Pillar 3 Disclosures and TCFD Climate disclosures.


Please follow the link below on Tuesday 10th November at 6pm. Meeting ID: 824 7095 6442 Passcode: 647370

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