Financial Regulatory Technology Expert to Speak at WSTA on Compliance and IT Risk

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Friday, January 10, 2014 - Company Release

Attivio's Peter Thompson panelist for "The Cost of Compliance and IT Risk"
discussion next Tuesday

Attivio, creator of the award-winning Active Intelligence Engine (AIE®), today announced that VP of Financial Services Dr. Peter L. Thompson, will speak at the Wall Street Technology Association's (WSTA®) panel "The Cost of Compliance and IT Risk" this Tuesday, January 14.

Dr. Thompson is a respected authority on the use of technology in addressing the increasing challenge of monitoring and complying with global regulatory authorities. He is responsible for the ongoing development of Attivio's Regulatory Active Management System (RAMS). Prior to joining Attivio, Dr. Thompson was director and head of global policies and regulatory change for Barclays Investment Bank in New York. In addition to that role, he worked closely with the bank's compliance enhancement program to deliver substantive change across the organization. Before joining Barclays, he was at Goldman Sachs for eight years, initially working with the firm's leadership in special projects and, in 2004, was named vice president for the policies, training and communications group.

The event, which is open to WSTA members, takes place at the Yale Club of New York City. Introductions will be made by WSTA President and CIO, Corporate Technology at JP Morgan Chase & Co. John Killeen; followed by a keynote from Dr. Howard A. Rubin, CEO and founder, Rubin Worldwide.
In addition to Dr. Thompson, distinguished panelists include:

  • Andrea Bonime-Blanc, JD/PhD - CEO, GEC Risk Advisory LLC
  • Yo Delmar- VP, GRC Solutions, MetricStream
  • Thomas Doughty, VP and CISO, Prudential Financial
  • Nicolette A. Martin, SVP, Head of Enterprise Compliance Policy, HSBC Bank USA, N.A
  • Abhijit Shetti, Global Business Head - Analytics, MphasiS Corporation

Attivio's Regulatory Active Management System (RAMS) solution dramatically simplifies regulatory compliance through an automated, closed-loop process that allows customers to monitor all regulatory changes, link them to policies affected by those changes, trigger revisions and publication of changes, and readily provide management visibility with a full audit trail.

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