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Key takeaways
  • RBS – Changes, Challenges and the way forward
  • Complexity and intricacies presented by the compliance landscape in India
  • Choosing between a reactive tactical to a proactive strategic approach to address local & global compliance directives
  • Advantages of a pre-built and strategic Regulatory Compliance Platform
Who should attend
  • Head of Compliance / Regulatory Affairs
  • CRO
  • CIO/ Head of IT
  • CFO
Banks in India have risen valiantly to the challenges posed by a slew of local and global regulatory mandates. While reporting is the much talked about outcome of a compliance requirement, behind the scenes, there is extensive investment in data, technology and processes to achieve this end goal. Some of the most recent demands have come in the form of Risk Based Supervision, Asset Quality tracking (SMA/EWS) and Liquidity Reporting.

While considerable ground has been covered in terms of successfully meeting the "off-site surveillance" requirements of Risk Based Supervision, there is still a long journey ahead; as banks gear up to respond effectively to change and

Scheduled to be held on Friday, 22 July at the Orchid Vile Parle, regulatory compliance market leader Fintellix brings you this exclusive briefing that will talk about the RBS journey so far & what lies ahead; as well as demonstrate the advantage of 'future-proofing' compliance by making the right strategic investments. We would be privileged to have you as a distinguished guest at our Briefing.

Fintellix is the partner of choice to global and regional banking leaders in India, Asia Pacific and the GCC & Africa, and has helped multiple prominent banks in meeting exacting central bank regulatory mandates. After enabling several prominent Banks in India to successfully comply with the RBI ADF mandate in the shortest possible timelines, Fintellix has gone on to become the first in the market to introduce comprehensive offerings to meet LCR, Asset Quality and RBS reporting requirements; thus emerging as the compliance partner of choice for leading Banks in India.

We look forward to having you at our briefing!
7.15 PM Registrations
7.30 PM Welcome and Introductions
7.45 – 8.00 PM Compliance Landscape in India
Vivek Belgavi, Partner, PwC
How are global and local themes impacting India’s compliance landscape ?
RBS roadmap
Investments that banks must make to get compliant and stay compliant
8.00 – 8.15 PM Automating Compliance - The Challenges and Benefits
Kumar Shah, CFO, Bank Of America
Balancing compliance mandates with business imperatives
Practical challenges in staying ahead of the compliance curve
Some learnings from compliance automation initiatives at Bank of America
8.15 – 8.30 PM Future Proofing Regulatory Reporting :
Vyom Upadhyay, JGM & Head- BI & Analytics, ICICI Bank
Data -A foundation for sound reporting
Ensuring compliance and meeting business objectives
Some learnings from the RBS automation initiative at ICICI Bank
8.30 – 8.45 PM Evolving Trends in Regulatory Reporting:
Vivek Subramanyam, CEO, Fintellix
Key compliance themes in India and globally
Managing demanding regulators – What is takes?
How the Fintellix Compliance Hub is helping Banks in India stay ahead of the compliance curve
8.45 – 9.00 PM Q&A
9.00 PM Onwards Dinner & Cocktails
Contact Number *
Official Email*
Vivek Belgavi
Partner - Financial Services
Vivek has over sixteen years of experience of working with Banks, Insurers, and Asset Management Companies in India and globally on business transformation initiatives leveraging innovating technology solutions. He has led multiple strategy engagements in the area of digital, payments, and analytics.
He is a frequent writer and speaker on emerging trends impacting the industry.

Vyom Upadhyay
Head, Business Intelligence at ICICI Bank
As the head of Business Intelligence Unit at ICICI Bank, Vyom leads the analytics and CRM delivery for the Bank. In this role Vyom manages a team of analysts working across banking products, channels and functions to create insights, strategies and platforms to deliver these strategies.
Vyom has worked extensively in the areas of customer management strategies and risk management. In his previous roles he has developed and delivered CRM solutions to various Banks around the globe.
Vyom holds a B Tech from IIT Bombay and MBA from IIM Calcutta.
Kumar Shah
Chief Financial Officer, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Kumar Shah is currently the Chief Financial Officer at Bank of America, N.A. He joined in 1990 and prior to his current position, has held positions of Chief Operating Officer of Global Markets, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial Officer.
He is a member of the India Country Leadership Team. He is also a director/member on the boards/committees of companies in the group.
He is a qualified chartered accountant with total post qualification experience of around 30 years.
Vivek Subramanyam
Chief Executive Officer, Fintellix
Vivek pilots Fintellix’s global growth and revenue strategy. Previously Vivek headed the Presales & Solutions group at iGate and was a member of iGate’s Leadership Council. Prior to iGate he was with Cognizant, where his last role was US Head of Operations for their Manufacturing, Logistics & Consumer Goods practice.
He has managed several large client relationships and been responsible for significant P&L management. In addition, he has driven several corporate initiatives for executive leadership at iGate and Cognizant. He has also had stints in P&L management at Citibank and in systems analysis in TCS. Vivek is an alumnus of IIM-Lucknow, with an Engineering degree from the National Institute of Technology, Surathkal (formerly KREC).



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