Integrated global financial, capital and insurance markets are increasingly implementing trusted and accessible digital data systems. Open standards, technologies and methodologies enabling transparent and efficient business environments are becoming a global reality. Interconnected data ecosystems supervised by resilient mechanisms create a new market infrastructure facilitated by cutting-edge technologies. Are we already realising or going towards this vision? Join us in Poznan to hear international experts from regulatory authorities, technology and industry firms and academia debating the latest developments in the exciting data technologies universe.

The purpose of the TODE’2016 Conference is to enable participants to learn and discuss requirements, challenges and solutions necessary to achieve transparent, efficient and global, trusted, open data ecosystems, responding to nowadays market, regulatory, legal and technological developments. The conference sessions and panels will cross the industries of banking, insurance, pensions funds, investment firms, securities and other to enable connected view and analysis across legal, data and technological perspectives.

Speakers  (in alphabetical order): Aitor Azcoaga – European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority. Beju Shah – Bank of England. Czeslaw Jedrzejek – Poznan University of Technology. John Dill – VARSIC. John Turner – XBRL International. Karla McKenna – ISO Technical Committee 68. Katarzyna Wojtkiewicz – European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority. Maciej Piechocki – BearingPoint. Miroslaw Sopek – Makolab. Peter van den Hul – European Commission DG FISMA. Pierre-Jean Vouette – International Association of Insurance Supervisors / Bank for International Settlement. PJ di Giammarino – JWG. Sergey Ivliev – Lykke. Silvia Giacinti – European Central Bank. Yoshiaki Wada – NTT Data.

Three tracks covering regulations, data, technology and networks areas, will feature talks on ISO20022, LEI, XBRL, SDMX, DPM, Blockchain, Bigdata analysis and AI and above all on connected data ecosystems.

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