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Win the Regtech revolution with IBM Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC)

Start Date:10/5/2017

Start Time:10:00 AM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

The financial services industry is looking for technical partners to help them transform IT engagements with augmented intelligence, faster solutions delivered on a secure cloud platform to reduce the bottom line. IBM is looking for Business Partners ready to automate risk and compliance and win the Regtech revolution with our enterprise grade solutions. Attend this webcast to learn how to evolve your business with our risk & compliance portfolio to win the Regtech revolution.

Regtech is strategic for partners of all types. You’ll hear how partners are building GRC solutions by embedding IBM’s GRC platform with IP for clients across industries.

Topics covered:

  • Update on Watson FSS Industry Platform strategy for Q4
  • Learn how to get enabled, use new sales plays and sales promotions for:
    • IBM OpenPages - Best GRC Product of the year.
    • IBM Algorithmics - meet depository requirements for regulators
  • Explore opportunities to grow your business with embeded GRC solutions on-prem or SaaS.

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Speakers

Amy Lewis

Worldwide Business Partners Sales & Ecosystem Development for Watson Financial Services Solutions, Industry Platforms Director, IBM

Prashant Gupta

Worldwide Strategic Partner ISV/MSP Sales & Business Development for Watson Financial Services Solutions, Industry Platforms, IBM

Dimitra Bampou

Pre-sales Product Leader Market & CCR, Watson Financial Services Solutions, Industry Platforms, IBM

Greg Mueller

IBM Director WW Compliance Solutions, Watson FSS, Industry Platforms

Michael Sagalyn

Somers/IBM

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