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3rd Annual RegTech Automation and Compliance Forum

19 Sep 2019 08:30 - 17:40
CCT Venues-Docklands
Thames Quay, 193 Marsh Wall, London, E14 9SG
Forum, Compliance, Risk, Regulation
Banking, Clearing Houses, Outsourcing, Consumer Credit, Energy Market Participants, Gaming, General Insurance, Investor Relations, Life Assurance, Mortgage & Home Finance, Pensions, Securities & Investment, Wealth Management

Delegate Fee £645.00 (discounted price of £395.00 if registered by  Friday 19, 2019, discounted to £520.00 of Registered by August 19, 2019).


City and Financial Global is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual RegTech Automation and Compliance Forum which, building on the success of the previous editions, will present strategies and examples of best practice that will help financial institutions gain competitive advantage by mastering compliance through automation and innovation.

It is estimated that global RegTech market revenue, now at $2.3 billion, will reach $7.2 billion by 2023, growing at a compounded annual growth rate of 25.4 percent from 2018 to 2023.

The last twelve months have seen interesting developments within regulatory technology with companies investing heavily in RegTech and the number of start-ups and venture capital investments rising rapidly. 

Financial services firms have been undertaking reviews of their overall compliance strategies to reflect the growing regulatory emphasis on consumer rights and data privacy, as evidenced by the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Many firms are now focusing on fit for purpose solutions designed to deliver immediate results. From this, it is clear that banks still face a challenge in balancing the time and money that must be spent on regulatory compliance with the time and money that needs to be spent on sharpening customer focus in order to compete with new entrants and meet evolving customer needs. Another trend is the elevation of decision-making about RegTech to board level, with mixed results so far.

The pace of regulatory change has been matched by advances in technology.  Regulatory technology, including compliance management, reporting, identity management and risk management, has become one of the most dynamic sectors within financial services. This is underscored by a number of factors: the obvious cost reduction potential of the technology – especially within AML and KYC initiatives; the potential to extend RegTech solutions into non-compliance areas as another way to increase efficiency and improve the bottom line; and, finally, the scope to minimise the impact of new and challenging regulatory concerns through increased automation.

The 3rd Annual RegTech Automation and Compliance Forum will address the challenges that financial institutions are still facing in terms of developing appropriate skill sets at all levels of the business, as well as maintaining the capacity to deliver safe and secure operations whilst maximising the benefit of integrated RegTech solutions. 

Through an unparalleled panel of speakers and panelists you will:

  • Understand the relationship between RegTech and the regulatory landscape by building a regulatory framework to manage risk and navigate change
  • Learn how collaboration between market players and the RegTech industry will solve implementation challenges
  • Be able to get the compliance and risk functions fully involved in innovation to overcome barriers and to fully enable RegTech
  • Learn how to upgrade legacy systems and processes and how to handle budgetary considerations vis-à-vis improved compliance monitoring and reporting 
  • Join the future of the fight against financial crime by managing cyber and financial crime risks
  • Analyse the promise and real potential of AI and Machine Learning in RegTech
  • Hear about best practice in achieving regulatory reporting efficiency
  • Move towards sustainable MiFID II compliance: is RegTech helping firms meet their obligations?
  • Learn about SupTech for risk-based supervision: frameworks and strategies
  • Find out how to invest in the right skill sets to encourage further development in FinTech, InsurTech and RegTech
  • Understand the implications of industry collaboration in the development and integration of RegTech solutions



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Price available upon application
8 Hours
City & Financial Global Ltd
Traditions House, Pyrford Road, Pyrford, Woking Surrey, GU22 8UE.

Tel: +44 (0) 1483 479331
Contact: Paul Hooper