Brexit, Data Protection and trans-border data flows

Event details

€50 for members and €75 for ACOI and ISI designates


Date and Time

Wed, 7 October 2020

12:30 - 14:30


Location

Online in My Institute via Zoom

Event details

€50 for members and €75 for ACOI and ISI designates


Date and Time

Wed, 7 October 2020

12:30 - 14:30


Location

Online in My Institute via Zoom

Event details
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Brexit is an evolving situation, as are EU data protection rules following Schrems. Brexit negotiations are ongoing. The EU Commission is expected to publish draft revised SCC (Standard Contractual Clauses) by the end of September.

Join us to hear insights and perspectives from our distinguished panel, from the offices of the DPC and the ICO and practitioners on how the financial sector and multi-national tech companies may be affected by the data protection issues arising from Brexit.

The event will be held over Zoom. Please ensure you have access to Zoom in advance of the event taking place. Zoom is available on all PCs, laptops, tablets and Apple or Android devices. The link to the webinar will be emailed to registered members on the day of the webinar.

The registration for the webinar will close once we reach capacity or at 4pm the day before the event.

2 CPD hour for;

  • QFA

  • APA

  • Grandfathers

  • Registered Stockbroker

  • Professional Banker

  • Chartered Banker

  • MCI

  • Accredited Funds Professional

  • LCOI

  • FCOI (Compliance)

  • CDPO

  • Personal Insolvency Practitioner

Denis Kelleher

Denis is co-author of EU Data Protection Law, Bloomsbury Professional, and author of "Privacy and Data Protection Law in Ireland". Denis delivers IOB’s Professional Certificate in Data Protection, UCD accredited programme at level 9.

Denis Kelleher

Nicola Coogan

Head of International Transfers, Assistant Commissioner, Data Protection Commission, Ireland

Nicola has have worked in DPC since January 2013 and currently heads up the International Transfers unit. She has responsibility for all issues in this area including approval of Binding Corporate Rules applications, provision of advice and guidance to companies and public sector bodies and data transfer issues arising out of Brexit. Nicola attends meetings of the International Transfers subgroup of the European Data Protection Board on behalf of DPC, where all EEA DPAs work collectively on guidance and data transfers issues generally.

Nicola Coogan

Caroline Mooney

Regional Manager (Northern Ireland), Information Commissioner’s Office

Caroline joined the Information Commissioner’s Office in 2017 and is the Regional Manager for the ICO Northern Ireland (NI) office in Belfast. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations of the office, Caroline ensures that the institutional and legislative frameworks in NI are properly reflected in the broader work of the ICO as a UK wide regulator. She is also responsible for the engagement strategy of the ICO in NI. This means working with organisations across all sectors, providing guidance and advice on the proper application of information rights law and good practice in information handling.

Caroline Mooney

Damien McShane

Partner, ByrneWallace

Damien is a partner in the Financial Services practice at ByrneWallace and has over 10 years’ experience advising clients across the financial services sector on a broad range of regulatory and commercial matters. Clients include fund service providers, investment funds, fund promoters, insurers, payment services firms, banks, market infrastructure providers and corporate executives.

He joined ByrneWallace in August 2019 from BNY Mellon, one of the world's largest banking groups where he was a member of the Board of Directors of its Irish depositary company, and responsible for custody operations amongst other matters. He has also acted as a legal advisor and executive in a range of roles including in one of Ireland’s leading insurers, and in the Central Bank of Ireland where he specialised in insurance and investment services law, as well as the general regulatory framework in place in Ireland.

Damien holds degrees from the Queen’s University of Belfast, National University of Ireland (UCD), University of Dublin (Trinity College), King’s Inns, and University of Oxford (Jesus College), most recently obtaining an MBA (with distinction) from the latter. He is a solicitor and admitted to practice in Ireland and New York.

Damien McShane