Data Citizens City Tour London

Lunch and learn.
We’ll share how to reduce time and cost to BCBS239 & Solvency II compliance.
You’ll enjoy a delicious lunch.

The Collibra Data Citizens City Tour explores data governance with the people behind the world’s leading purpose-built data governance solution.

In this intimate setting, over an extraordinary meal, you’ll join experts, partners, and your peers – the visionary leaders who are tackling the challenges of driving organizational change in how data is used, nurtured, and governed.

If you use data to do your job, then you’re a data citizen. We’d like all data citizens to keep this in mind: It’s your data. And when you’re in full control of your data, the sky’s the limit.

Topic: BCBS239 and Solvency II: Reduce Time and Cost to Compliance

Our roundtable discussion will focus on how Collibra reduces the high cost and complexity of compliance by incorporating the required data governance capabilities of BCBS239 and Solvency II into your data governance workflow. We’ll discuss:

  • The role of business and risk owners in prioritizing the information, reports, and data that matter to assess and improve reporting processes, controls, and documentation
  • The latest updates to the Collibra Center of Excellence, including how they reduce the time and effort needed to measure status and establish consistency in the application and measurement of the principles
  • The way Collibra empowers data governance professionals to prioritize and measure progress towards BCBS239 and Solvency II compliance

Reserve your place for lunch

Expert Speaker: Simon Hankinson

Simon is the Collibra Global Financial Services Market Lead. During his 20+ years of management consulting services experience at leading consultancies EY and PwC, Simon helped financial services institutions design and implement information and data governance processes to support internal, external, and regulatory reporting. He recently worked with a top US Bank and GSIB with its BCBS compliance program, and also helped several large banks to implement reporting and data governance processes and technology for regulatory compliance including BCBS 239, Comprehensive Capital Analysis & Review (CCAR), and Intermediate Holding Company (IHC).

Simon holds a bachelor’s degree in economic policy (with honors) from the University of Stirling, Scotland. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a Chartered Accountant in England and Wales.

The Chef

Chef Georgina Hackett will create a special lunch for Collibra and our guests, inspired by her ethos – healthy eating, happy feeling. She is a university of Exeter, Arabic and Classics graduate who pursued her passion in cooking and trained at The Orchards. She prides herself in working with locally sourced seasonal produce to create maximum flavour. Raised between Oman and Italy, her childhood experiences have influenced her culinary style.


The Collibra Data Citizens City Tour brings to you the unique opportunity to explore data governance related to specific topics, with the people behind the world’s leading purpose-build data governance solution, in an intimate setting with an extraordinary meal. Tour attendees will receive personal invitations to meetings in small but exclusive settings and will also enjoy access to white papers, reports, and event documentation which are not publicly available. If you use data to do your job, then you’re a data citizen. We’d like to remind all data citizens of this: It’s your data.