Treasures of Privacy in Sweden's Financial Sector

Following the success of the first Nordic Privacy and Data Protection Talk and by community request for more industry specific discussions around GDPR, we are shooting off the first Privacy Dinner Debate that blends high-end networking, fine dining and agile discussions between major market participants. 

Points to be learned

  1. International Data Transfers
  2. Compliance Program
  3. Cloud & Legal Residence of Data
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    key participants



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Opening Remarks & Aperitiff

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Introduction of the Dinner Guests & Amuse Bouche

Robert Bond

Robert Bond

Charles Russell Speechlys LLP Head of Data Protection & Cyber Security
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18:00: 18:30

Opening Statements & Selection of Wines

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Debates & Dining

  1. Starter Debate #1 Cloud & Legal Residence of Data
  2. Main Debate #2 International Data Transfers. Under the regulation, third country authorities will not be allowed access to data except where this is covered by a bilateral treaty. As a result, banks may find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place when being asked to render up transaction and customer data to non-EU regulators. Of course, major jurisdictions are likely to have such a treaty but this may disproportionately affect firms that focus on emerging markets.
  3. Dessert Debate #3 Compliance Program. Data protection regulation is developing on a parallel track from financial services regulation
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Summary & Coffee

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Open Networking