EY Banking & Capital Markets webcast
Risk culture at the forefront of banking
Our annual risk management survey of major financial institutions find that banks have made dramatic shifts in their attention to risk culture, although more work remains.
Among global systemically important banks (GSIBs), 84% are actively changing their culture. There is now general agreement that culture can be deliberately changed and effectively managed and enforced.
Join our team of professionals in an interactive live discussion about survey findings and the changes that bankers are making to their culture.
Executive Director, Risk
Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
Patricia Jackson leads the EY Prudential Advisory practices across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA).
Patricia joined EY in December 2004 and has been instrumental in building the banking risk and regulatory practice, focusing on Basel II, credit risk, liquidity risk, board training and stress testing.
In 2008 Patricia chaired a global industry working group for the Institute of International Finance looking into the causes of the financial crisis involving structured products and, in particular, the originate to distribute model. In 2014 she conducted a worldwide survey of changes being made by the banking industry in response to the crisis.
Prior to joining EY, Patricia was a senior official of the Bank of England and was head of the Financial Industry and Regulation Division. She represented the UK on the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision for seven years and led part of the development of Basel II, including the world wide QIS studies and calibration.
Partner | EY Americas Financial Services Office Advisory Leader and EY Global Financial | Services Risk Management Leader | Ernst & Young LLP, Global Financial Services Risk Management
Hank Prybylski is the EY Americas Financial Services Office (FSO) Advisory leader and the Financial Services Risk Management practice leader at Ernst & Young LLP. He has over 27 years of experience serving top-tier institutions within the financial services industry and as the EY Americas FSO Advisory leader, oversees more than 4,000 professionals across Banking & Capital Markets, Insurance and Wealth & Asset Management sectors in EY Americas member firms. This group offers a wide array of consulting services, including compliance, finance improvement, operational improvement, regulatory, risk management and technology.
In addition to these responsibilities, as the EY Global Financial Services Risk Management leader, he also coordinates EY professionals across the world’s major financial centers who oversee teams of risk management and regulatory compliance professionals.
Colin B Church
Chief Risk Officer, EMEA
Colin Church has overall responsibilities for market, credit, franchise and operational risk in the EMEA region. He is a member of the EMEA Operating Committee and Citi’s Risk Management Executive Committee. Prior to his current role, Colin was head of EMEA Market Risk, with Global Market Risk responsibility for Global FX, Treasury, and Citibank Japan. Colin joined Salomon Brothers in New York in 1980, relocated to London in 1984, and in 1993 he was appointed European Treasurer. He was promoted to Managing Director in 1994, joining the Citigroup Independent risk management group in 1999. Colin has also served as a Board member of Euroclear and as Company Director of Salomon Brothers International Ltd.
Partner, Financial Services Advisory Practice
Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
John Liver is a Partner in the Financial Services Advisory Practice at Ernst & Young LLP in London. He leads the EY EMEIA Regulatory reform team and chairs the EY Global Financial Services regulatory compliance network. John leads programs of support for clients looking to resolve regulatory challenges, manage and benefit from regulatory change, and deal with the regulatory aspects of business change.
John joined EY at the end of 2005 from Barclays, where for four years he led compliance in the Wealth Management division, whose businesses include significant regulated salesforces, stockbroking and private client investment management, private banking and offshore banking businesses and a closed life company.
Before Barclays John held a number of roles at the Financial Services Authority and its predecessors - including as head of thematic supervision in the investment firms division, as head of PIA supervision overseeing the sales regulation of the life and pensions industry, and management roles in the investment management regulator IMRO's enforcement and supervision departments.
John is a qualified chartered accountant.