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The Regtech Automation Compliance Forum 2017 to discuss the rise of regulatory technology

The burden of the post-financial crisis rules together with exponential increases in data and multiple reporting requirements have catalysed the development of technology, widely known as RegTech, to address the increasing complexity of compliance. Financial services companies in the UK and beyond are embracing new technologies, such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence and biometrics to help them meet the tsunami of regulation unleashed since the 2008 banking crisis.

The RegTech Automation Compliance Forum to be held on May 16th will address RegTech from a user-led point of view and analyse its potential for the financial services industry – particularly its infrastructure – in the UK and beyond. It will also address the impact of RegTech adoption on compliance and regulatory functions within financial institutions and look at both the actual barriers to implementation, as well as the tangible benefits that compliance officers, in-house counsels and senior directors will see on their spreadsheet.

Through an unparalleled panel of speakers and panellists you will:

  1. Learn about the rise of regulatory technology and how innovation will impact existing systems and standards of practice
  2. Understand how to get an early internal-buy in and how to guarantee a successful and seamless roll out within your organisation
  3. Hear about the practical impact of RegTech on the reporting infrastructure, risk management, ALM and data management
  4. Master regulatory operations: complementing existing practices and helping the industry meeting new requirements
  5. Gain an appreciation of the current level of development of RegTech technology, and learn about its cost saving and security potential


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