JWG RegTech 2.0 conference – Regulators, regulated and leading technologists to explore winning strategies for top 2020-2021 issues
London, 6 December 2019 – JWG is pleased to announce that its 5th annual RegTech Conference will be held on 7 February 2020 at the Gouman Tower Hotel in the City of London.
At a crucial point of inflection post financial crisis the Financial Services sector faces 374 new legal challenges. New JWG research has revealed low levels of awareness to key shifts in the regulator’s RegTech framework. Specifically:
- Enabling market ecosystems. New global RegTech/ SupTech policy initiatives
- Infrastructure risk. FSB, FRB, BoE focus on cloud concentration risk
- AML RegTech. 5MLD transparency obligations and new data rules
- Reporting. EC fitness check, BoE/FCA 2.0 strategies, CFTC 2.0 vision, CPMI/IOSCO
- Controls. SM&CR, MiFID III, BoE Future of Finance – new digital rule books
- Digitising holistic surveillance: FCA TR19/4, Machine learning, Data ethics.
To address this, JWG is bringing the RegTech community together to confront the challenges ahead.
Regulatory speakers include the Austrian Central Bank, Bank of England, European Central Bank and FCA – with more pending confirmation. Top technologists from Kaizen, SEI, Nice Actimize, JWG’s RegDelta, Cloudera and Cappitech have confirmed participation thus far. Investment firm speakers include: 16 Senior Executives from leading financial institutions including Barclays, Citi, Credit Suisse, DB, ING, ICBC Standard and Soc Gen.
Once again, we will have a highly targeted audience of 300+ senior decision makers from 100+ institutions. By getting the best and brightest stars together with digital polling and Q&A we will establish what progress firms, regulators and their suppliers have made and what lies ahead.
PJ Di Giammarino, CEO, JWG stressed “A decade on from the crisis, there is another wave of legislation headed towards us. Through our extensive research this year we have found that generally, awareness levels of fast-moving, complex requirements is low. This conference is designed to help participants contextualize key issues and inform their strategies for effective deployment of new technologies in a better, faster, cheaper and safer manner. As highlighted by recent fines to Citi, Goldman Sachs, UBS and others non-compliance is dangerously expensive.”
In addition, throughout the day there will be the opportunity to find out more about the RegTech Council, the new global not-for-profit public / private independent forum whose vision is the digitization of regulations and compliance in the financial services space due to launch in March 2020.
Senior managers at financial intuitions and regulators enjoy complementary delegate tickets. Vendors can purchase delegate tickets here: http://regtechconference.co.uk/ Contact Corrina.Stokes@jwg-it.eu for more information.
As an independent think-tank company and owner of one of the world’s first regulatory change management systems, JWG is uniquely positioned to bring RegTech to life. With over 100 investment firms and tech companies as members of our 400 working groups since 2006, engaging social media and an extensive global network, we guarantee an audience that includes the right individuals from top tier firms and their regulators which you are unlikely to meet elsewhere.
JWG’s RegDelta™ has reinvented the bank’s global postal system for managing regulatory change. JWG curates a holistic data set, enriches it via sophisticated data science, and provide SaaS technology to the enterprise via the system. Our clients retain efficient control of obligations, not drown in mountains of paper.
Currently RegDelta has the world’s largest library of global regulatory publications, from 46 countries, in 12 languages.
PJ Di Giammarino
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