Head of Legal Revolut Ireland

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Revolut Ltd is a British fintech company based in London, UK, providing banking services. It was founded in 2015 by Nikolay Storonsky and Vlad Yatsenko. Rio Tinto Craig, Chief Legal Officer, Governance and Corporate Affairs, is the Senior Partner in Legal Operations and has worked in the areas of contracting, contract management and technology enablement for over 20 years. Craig`s team focuses on managed legal services, providing solutions focused on better business outcomes, reducing contract costs, and increasing speed and efficiency, while recognizing that contracts are at the heart of an organization. In nearly two decades in the legal industry, Tripp has advised leading legal departments and law firms on the assessment, implementation and optimization of real-world technologies at the enterprise and enterprise program level. He has particular expertise and interest in helping legal teams apply AI and machine learning to solve complex problems. Penny Dudley is General Counsel at Bupa, a position she has held since 2016. She is responsible for legal advice and risk management, data protection, financial crime, whistleblowing and corporate insurance within the international healthcare company. She is a director of a number of Bupa`s regulated subsidiaries and joint ventures. Ms. Dudley joined Bupa in 2010 and previously held positions in Bupa`s international private health insurance division, where her responsibilities included corporate affairs and risk and compliance. His international experience in regulated financial services included legal positions at Macquarie and Invesco.

She trained at Freehills in Sydney. Bruce is Deloitte Legal`s Global Chief Technology Officer and is responsible for designing, developing and implementing digital assets to streamline Deloitte Legal`s service delivery and bring new digital legal solutions to our clients. Bruce is a legal technology specialist with extensive experience advising and implementing legal technology in law firms and corporate legal departments. Christine Tønsberg Nilsen is responsible for all of Cognite`s legal activities worldwide. Christine has extensive legal experience and is a technology and SaaS law specialist specializing in strategic and business assessments. She is eager to think outside the box and is known for digitizing and streamlining Cognite`s legal department in record time by implementing and deploying legal technology tools. Sam Ross is General Counsel at Remote, an HR technology company that facilitates employee engagement and compensation around the world. Previously, he was General Counsel at ComplyAdvantage and WorldRemit, where he was the first attorney and built the legal department from the ground up.

Before that, Mr. Ross worked at Barclays as Vice President of Operations and Legal Technology and prior to that at Olswang, a trained and qualified media and technology company. Mr. Ross is a member of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee of Youth Music, a leading UK charity. Will Johnson is General Counsel and General Secretary of BMW Group UK and is responsible for all legal and regulatory matters at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars at Goodwood, MINI in Oxford and BMW at Hams Hall and Swindon, as well as the distribution of compliance of BMW, MINI and motorcycle services and financial of the group`s FCA-regulated activities. Prior to joining BMW, Mr. Johnson held various positions at Ericsson, including General Counsel for Western and Central Europe, where he established a legal team in the UK and Ireland in 2006. He joined Ericsson from Marconi and was previously a transaction lawyer in the Corporate division of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Regarding the role of legal technology in the above project, this has allowed us to optimize the process by which we have selected the legal panel and through which we can get the most out of the lawyers on this panel. At Revolut, we believe that legal software is very important and we use it extensively internally – for example, dashboards that track our KPIs in real time, software that allows us to manage the entire department in an agile way, etc. We also conducted a semi-annual review of the contract management software we use.

How can legal issues identify potential reputational threats in a volatile geopolitical landscape where regulations are rapidly evolving? How do you balance business needs, customer requirements, „the right thing“ and compliance? Daniel Franklin is currently Editor-in-Chief and Editor-in-Chief in the United States. He has been editor-in-chief since 2006. From 2003 to 2019, he was editor-in-chief of The Economist`s annual publication on the coming year (then „The World in… »). Daniel published Megatech: Technology in 2050 in 2017 and his book on long-term trends „Megachange: The World in 2050“ was published in 2012. He joined The Economist in 1983 to write about Soviet and Eastern European affairs. As European editor of the newspaper from 1986 to 1992, he reported on major European upheavals, from the collapse of communism to the signing of the Maastricht Treaty. After a stint as British editor, he moved to the United States as Washington bureau chief, where he covered Clinton`s first term. In 1997 he returned to London as editorial director of the Economist Intelligence Unit. From 2006 to 2010, he was editor-in-chief of Economist.com.

For the next four years, he served as economics editor, leading the newspaper`s business, finance, science and technology coverage. Before the pandemic, he was a diplomatic editor and commuted between Washington and London. The role of legal departments has shifted from managing external consultants to deep integration into the governance and hierarchy of their companies with increasing accountability. Legal departments must master new technologies to automate low-value work, manage their business and documents, and provide clear metrics for their work to business stakeholders. These requirements are increasingly being addressed by Enterprise Legal Management (ELM), a robust system designed for the legal department that can support the entire department, from registration to reporting. Jim Delkousis began his career at one of Australia`s leading law firms, Mallesons Stephen Jaques, and became a partner in 1999. Over the next six years, he led the company`s construction team and helped establish a construction law firm in Perth. In 2007, Mr. Delkousis joined DLA Piper to lead the Middle East dispute resolution practice. In 2016, he founded Persuit to give businesses an easier way to find and compare external legal service proposals by providing a platform that allows companies to compete for legal work and reduce costs for users. Heather Mitchell is a partner, Managing Director and Chief Risk Officer of Carlyle and Chair of the Company`s Risk Committee.