The European Association for Banking and Financial History (eabh) e.V.
14 Sep 2016 at 3:00pm
eabh in cooperation with Banco de España.
Transparency is becoming an increasingly important theme, and mode of operation, in today’s financial institutions and global financial markets. This year’s eabh summer school will provide training on the latest developments in financial transparency and how financial archivists can serve their institutions’ need for evidence, information and corporate memory. In short: how can the archivist be managements’ best friend through understanding and using transparency?
We will focus on initiatives within financial institutions to improve internal transparency for better control and compliance, among financial institutions to achieve costs saving and to drive financial innovation, and then moving to discuss new regulatory demands for transparency and how they affect financial institutions in the European and the global context.
|Wednesday||14 September 2016|
|15.00 - 15.15||Welcome coffee|
|15.15 - 15.30||'Welcome'|
Jaime Herrero, Head of Secretariat Department, Banco de España
Carmen Hofmann, Secretary General of eabh
|15.30 - 17:00||'Access to information versus data protection'|
'Transparency in public institutions'
Agustín Puente Escobar, Head of the Legal Department at DPA Spain
'Regulation & data protection: challenges for sharing, processing and using information'
Carlos Rodriguez Sau, Partner PwC
|17.00 - 18.00||'Information & communication: What is the value of information? And how to communicate it?'|
Fabio Mancone, Chief Branding Officer, Lombard Odier Group
|18.00 - 19.00||Tour of the Banco de España Building|
|19:00||Reception at Banco de España|
|Thursday||15 September 2016|
|8.45 - 9.00||Welcome coffee|
|9.00 - 9.45||'Introduction to the regulatory aspects of transparency'|
Michael Atkin, Managing Director EDM Council
|9.45 – 11.15||'Information management in public financial institutions'|
‘Future accessibility of digital archival information – DNB leaves the beaten track’
Ines van Dijk, Advisor on archival policies at De Nederlandsche Bank
'Good information from bad times: What did HM Treasury learn about IM from the financial crisis?'
Jan Booth, Head of Knowledge and Information Management at HM Treasury
|11.15 – 11.30||Coffee break|
|11.30 - 13.00||'Information & communication'|
'Transparency portal and requests for access to information. How to provide information to the citizens?'
José Manuel Conde, Head of Transparency and Document Management, Banco de España
'Transparency and Ccommunication at the IMF'
Salvador Barragan, Information Governance Executive at IMF
|13.00 – 14.00||Lunch at Banco de España|
|14.00 – 15.45||Technological challenges of information management (Part 1)|
What does good look like? The evolution of technology in information management'
Richard Taylor, Teamleader Technology Operations at Financial Conduct Authority
'ValueWeb: How FinTech firms are using bitcoin blockchain and mobile technologies to create the internet of value'
Chris Skinner, CEO at The Finanser Ltd
|15.45 - 16.00||Coffee break|
|16.00 - 16.30||'Archives Online. It’s all about choices'|
Natalie Broad and Justin Cavernelis-Frost, Archivists at The Rothschild Archive London
|16.30 - 17.00||'How to exploit twitter for the archive?'|
Victoria L. Lemieux, Associate Professor of University of British Columbia
|17.00 - 18.30||Visit to the Biblioteca Nacional de España Museum|
|Friday||16 September 2016|
|8.45 - 9.00||Welcome Coffee|
|9.00 - 11.00||Technological challenges of information management (Part 2)|
'Managing records in and from the cloud'
Giovanni Michetti, Assistant Professor at Sapienza University of Rome
'Blockchain-based records management'
Hrvoje Stannic, Associate Professor at University of Zagreb
'Blockchain in practice - long-term validation of data integrity by using the blockchain aggregator'
Hans Almgren, CTO at Enigio
|11.00 - 11.15||Coffee break|
|11.15 - 12.45||'Transparency and financial stability'|
'Post-financial crisis transparency? Assessing progress, looking ahead'
Victoria Lemieux, Associate Professor of University of British Columbia
'The case of Iceland. Glitnir bank, one of the biggest bankrupt in the world – what can we learn from it'
Brynja Guðmundsdóttir, Founder and CEO of AZAZO and Gagnavarslan
|12.45 - 13.15||Closing remarks|
Victoria L. Lemieux, University of British Columbia
|13.15 - 14.00||Visit to the Archives’ exhibition, archival repositories and Banco de España’s Library|
14 Sep 2016 at 3:00pm to 16 Sep 2016 at 2:00pm
Banco de España
Calle Alcalá, 48