Date: December 11th, 2018
Venue : NatWest HQ, London
RegTech Associates in collaboration with the FCA will be driving meaningful industry discussions on ‘actionable’ regulatory solutions through collaborations with financial institutions & regulators.
This event is proudly supported by Natwest, London and focusing on Digital Regulatory Reporting. Bearingpoint are our lead partner for the event.
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.
About the event:
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.
In the UK alone, 500,000 scheduled regulatory reports are sent to the FCA by regulated institutions. Creating these reports in general is inefficient, highly manual and costly. The promise of digital technology for streamlining this process is being explored by regulators and regulated firms alike. The FCA has been at the vanguard of this work – with initiatives such as ‘proof of concept’ for digital regulatory reporting developed during the November 2017 TechSprint which is now being developed further in a six month pilot project.
We believe the next step is to understand some of the immediate practical implementation challenges for financial institutions in the adoption of digital regulatory reporting and at the same time, develop a longer term vision or end-state for digital regulatory reporting.
Our aim is to produce actionable outputs, such as target architectures, approaches and technology maps that can help achieve this end-state and overcome some of the current challenges.
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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