Time: 15th October 2018, 5.30pm – 8pm Venue: 1 Churchill Pl, Canary Wharf
RegTech Associates in collaboration with the FCA will be driving meaningful industry discussions on ‘actionable’ regulatory solutions through collaborations with financial institutions & regulators.
NOTE *** This event is free to attend for Financial Institutions. Please register above and we will be in touch with you to confirm your attendance.
This event is proudly supported by Barclays and focusing on Digital Regulatory Change. Clausematch are our lead partner for the event.
Speakers to include:
- Key Note: Digital Regulation and Regulatory Change – what is the problem? – Dr Sian Lewin , The RegDoctor, PhD in Regulatory Change
- Key Note: How Technology can transform your compliance function – Evgeny Likhoded, CEO Clausematch
- Panel Horizon Scanning & Interpretation : Featuring Nadine Jatto, UBS, Amanda Hulme, Addleshaw Goddard, Ellie Murray, Janus Henderson, Gordon Chapple, FCA
- Panel A Practical Guide to implementing RegTech for Policy Management : Evgeny Likhoded, CEO Clausematch, Steve Burman, Barclays
About the event:
New digital financial services call for digital regulations to avoid being slowed down by traditional approaches to regulation. We believe many emerging economies have an opportunity to leapfrog existing heavily regulated countries by moving directly to digital regulations. Similarly, firms deploying RegTech solutions in developed markets can benefit from the new technologies to accelerate their business development, in particular, improvement on client experience.
We see RegTech as a crucial enabler in the transformation of traditional economies and regulations into new digital ecosystems. Please join us and learn how RegTech’s innovative approaches are accelerating these transformation efforts, shaping the future of digital regulation.
The event will be a great opportunity to interact with major UK banks, international banks, asset managers, asset owners, wealth managers, pension funds and regulators.
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