|08:00 AM||Introduction and Welcome|
Stephen Rae, Moderator
|08:05 AM||Julie Linn Teigland, Managing Partner EY Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA)|
|08:20 AM||Keynote Address|
Mairead McGuinness, European Commissioner for Financial Services, Financial Stability and Capital Markets Union
|08:45 AM||Wim Mijs, CEO, European Banking Federation|
"Next steps in AML. Great opportunities, but for whom?"
|09:15 AM||Panel Discussion|
Next Steps - How Europe's New AML Regime Will Look
- Wim Mijs, CEO, European Banking Federation
- Gemma Rogers, CEO, FINTRAIL
- Bram van Sunder, Partner, Financial Services Consulting, EY Netherlands
|10:00 AM||Closing Remarks|
Meet Our Speakers
CEO, European Banking Federation
Wim Mijs (1964) was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the European Banking Federation in 2014.
Between 2007 and 2014 Wim served as CEO of the Dutch banking association NVB. During this tenure he transformed the NVB into a modern industry association, positioning it as the key representative of the banking sector in the wake of the financial crisis.
Wim studied law at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, specialising in European and International law. After his studies he worked at the International Court of Arbitration at the Peace Palace in The Hague.
In 1993 he joined ABN AMRO in Amsterdam before moving to Brussels to head up the bank’s EU liaison office. Wim moved back to The Hague in 2002 where he became the Head of Government Affairs for ABN AMRO.
Wim is a member of the Advisory Board of the BBVA Center for Financial Education and Capability, the Industry Chair of the European Parliamentary Financial Services Forum and member of the Advisory board of Leiden Law School.
Between 2011 and 2018, Wim held various institutional roles within the international and European financial/banking community: chairman of the International Banking Federation; chairman of the Executive Committee of the EBF; and chairman of the Board of Euribor, now known as the European Money Market
European Commissioner for Financial Services, Financial Stability and Capital Markets Union
Julie Linn Teigland
Managing Partner, EY Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA)
Julie Linn Teigland×
As EY EMEIA Area Managing Partner, Julie leads a geographic area comprising member firms with more than 115,000 people across 97 countries and representing combined revenues of US$14.1b. In this role she is responsible for international tax advice, auditing, advising large clients and accompanying business transformations.
With nearly three decades of experience in professional services for international clients, her focus is on transformation processes, in particular on the challenges of digital transformation, and is committed to the sustainable development of capital markets and their framework conditions. Julie has served as lead partner for several Fortune 500 clients.
Previously, she led one of the largest EY regions in EMEIA: Germany, Switzerland and Austria, where she led business transformation efforts within EY and with member firms’ clients, as well as several major acquisitions.
Julie is also the Global Leader for the EY Women. Fast forward initiative and is a key player in progressing gender equality. She is a prominent voice of the Women20 (W20) global agenda.
Julie serves on several boards across Europe and the US, such as the UN EQUALS, JA Europe, Atlantik Brücke and the American Council on Germany.
Born in the US, Julie has been living in Germany for more than 30 years. She studied business in Heidelberg, Frankfurt and Paris and qualified as a US Certified Public Accountant. Julie enjoys traveling and skiing.
Bram van Sunder
Partner, Financial Services Consulting,
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