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Getting the RegTech advantage in 2024: A meeting of the minds

PJ Di Giammarino


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About the Event

JWG’s Annual RegTech conference highlights over 50 regulatory initiatives seeking to refine how firms collect and manage information, the pressure is on to stay ahead of the game and keep up with a rapidly changing compliance landscape.

RegTech-dependent obligations are being baked into policy which presents firms an opportunity to comply with these new rules in better, faster and cheaper ways. Cloud, data and AI technology are moving fast and offer opportunities for RegTech innovation.

But how do senior managers streamline their processes, reduce costs, and improve their overall risk management AND transition from vast legacy infrastructures in a cost-constrained environment?

Join JWG and First Derivative for a Chatham house rule roundtable designed for public and private sector policy, operations, data and technology executives to discuss industry approaches and consider effective strategies across the markets, technology infrastructures and data sources.

Event Agenda

18:00 Welcome drink

18:30 Starter: The key regulatory themes and implementation deadlines

19:00  Main: Technology and data imperatives for 2024

20:00 Pudding: Getting the resourcing model / costs right

Facilitation: Leveraging research with the industry, PJ Di Giammarino, our Founder and CEO, will facilitate this intimate Chatham House Rule dinner with select industry experts.

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