Chief Wine Officer and host IBM are proud to invite you to an exclusive evening of fine wine tasting and business networking in the heart of Manhattan’s financial district. Join us and key leaders in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) to learn how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is paving a way to greater regulatory alignment.
The financial sector is facing enhanced regulation, increased competition and market volatility. To maintain agility while adhering to new compliance demands, organizations are adopting emerging technologies to guarantee regulatory alignment and avoid heavy fines and even substantial reputation damage.
One technological solution to achieve compliance in the financial sector comes from IBM, whose OpenPages with Watson provides a bold, new approach to help combat regulatory challenges. Join us February 5th to gain unique insight into this solution along with 20 industry leaders and peers from your sector.
In addition to a selection of compelling business talks, guests will also have the opportunity to indulge in the finest wines and a gourmet three-course meal, courtesy of Chief Wine Officer. Register now to unlock business potential and to compete against your peers in a wine tasting competition you’ll find nowhere else, led by a genuine Master of Wine.
This exclusive experience is open to just 20 leaders working within the Governance, Risk and Compliance departments of financial institutions. Attendees will include Chief Compliance Officers and AML Compliance Officers, as well as heads of fraud, risk and financial crime investigations.
Confirmed attendees include Compliance and Risk Directors, Global Heads and SVPs from Barclays, Bank of the West, BNY Mellon, Morgan Stanley and RBC, among others.
It is the perfect opportunity to meet and network with peers from your industry. IBM business partners will also be in attendance to share their unique insights. Register now to secure your place.
Kregg White is a Domain Expert for the GRC solutions OpenPages and Algo FIRST in the IBM Software Group across North America. Prior to joining IBM, he spent over twenty years as an agent of execution in the wholesale derivatives bank trading market, executing transactions in the swaps, interest rate options, structured credit and counterparty credit risk markets, primarily based out of New York City. He spent two years leading the structured credit trading business for APAC for ICAP, based out of Hong Kong.
As the pace of change accelerates across the financial ecosystem, IBM has both the necessary platforms and people to help you address the complexities of today’s competitive landscape. Whether payments, regulatory compliance, automation, blockchain, addressing cyber or moving to cloud, bring us your toughest challenges and let’s solve tomorrow together.
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Master of Wine
Our premium event series is all about mixing business with pleasure. Alongside high-level business discussions with peers, guests to our Chief Wine Officer events get to sample the world’s finest wines and indulge in a gourmet dining experience.
But it doesn’t stop there – you’ll also get to take part in light competition to put your newfound wine knowledge to the test. Join us to take part in our wine expert’s wine-related competition to see if you can win the title of Chief Wine Officer.
Charles Curtis is a journalist, author and fine wine advisor. Former Head of Wine for Christie’s in both Asia and the Americas, he has held a variety of posts in the wine trade over the years. His professional career began as a chef who trained at the Cordon Bleu Paris and Michelin-starred restaurants, before going on to work in restaurants around the world.
Clinton Hall, 123 Nassau St, New York, NY 10038
Set in the Financial District, this exclusive hotel is a 3-minute walk from the Fulton Street subway station and a 14-minute walk from the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. Featuring vintage furnishings, individual artwork and oak floors, the Beekman is a luxurious retreat in the heart of Manhattan that boasts New American and French eateries run by renowned chefs Keith McNally and Tom Colicchio. Guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy a lavish wood-panelled lounge, a chic bar and the ornate 9-story atrium.