• TPMTech
  • February 23 – 24, 2023 | Hilton Long Beach

Peter Pernebo

S&P Global

Global Head of Third Party Risk Solutions

Peter Pernebo is the Global Head of Third Party Risk Solutions for KY3P, S&P Global Market Intelligence, where he is leading the commercial, strategy and client delivery of third-party risk management solutions. KY3P is designed in close cooperation with large financial institutions to provide efficiencies and standardization to the third-party due diligence process. Before joining S&P Global, Peter spent eight years leading various engagements within Goldman Sachs third party risk management office, establishing vendor management policies, procedures and infrastructure to support the firm's program. Prior, he was recruited to head the US NE region for Totality, a silicon valley technology upstart providing operational support for major ecommerce clients. His responsibilities included sales, client service delivery and consulting. As part of the executive leadership team, Peter was responsible for product and growth strategies. Totality was acquired by Verizon Business and he led the integration of Totality services. Before joining Totality, Peter was a senior Director at Accenture, leading global supply chain projects for clients in the US, Canada, Japan, UK, Sweden and many other locations. Peter holds a BSc in Business and Strategy from Lund University as well as minors in History and Sociology. He is also ITIL certified.

Sessions With Peter Pernebo

Friday, 24 February

  • 03:15pm - 03:45pm (PST) / 24/feb/2023 11:15 pm - 24/feb/2023 11:45 pm

    Empowering the Future of Trade

    Technology has always played a role in enabling global trade, but for one reason or another, the private sector has lagged in its adoption of software to handle key functions like trade compliance, duty minimization, and strategic sourcing. The tools have been out there, but the industry often comes to invest in them from a reactive, rather than proactive position. But the tide is changing, driven both by external dynamics that are harder than ever to manage, and by new technologies that are both more powerful and easier to use than their predecessors. In this session, a shipper on the frontlines of these dynamics queries a trade attorney and a technology vendor about the way in which tech will enable trade in the years to come.