BEYOND KYC Podcast ▶ Episode 15 | 28.05.2024

Managed Services Insights

The client lifecycle management solution?


Moderated by Thorsten Breitkopf,
Head of the Economy Department at Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger


In episode 15 Sam Jarret and Thorsten Breitkopf discuss

  • Efficient Operations: How to leverage cutting-edge technology and expert knowledge for fast, scalable implementations
  • Customization and Flexibility: How to tailor services to your organization´ s exact needs, from risk management to regular updates
  • Operational Excellence: Improve compliance with robust workflows and detailed audits that ensure data integrity and seamless integration
  • S&P's Advantage: Managed services provide tools to tackle the complexities of modern financial regulations, supported by extensive data resources and advanced technology from S&P

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About the people in
this podcast episode

 

Thorsten Breitkopf has been Head of Business at the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger since 1 January 2019. Until then, he worked for almost ten years at the Rheinische Post in Düsseldorf as an editor for regional business. His areas of specialisation include aviation, banking, industry, trade and services. After graduating from high school, the business graduate completed an apprenticeship as a banker and worked for several years as a balance sheet analyst at Deutsche Bank in Cologne and elsewhere.

 

Sam Jarrett is a product and commercial lead within S&P Global Market Intelligence Regulatory Compliance, responsible for delivering client lifecycle management solutions to help clients drive operational efficiencies and meet regulatory requirements. He helps define and construct go-to-market strategy to ensure S&P's Data, Technology and Expertise remains industry-leading. He has extensive experience executing and managing large projects across regulatory outreach, KYC, screening and client onboarding for global banks and financial institutions.