Historically, regulatory expectations for Compliance officers have focused on identifying and remediating siloed risks which together provide an executive view of conduct and culture.
However, global expectations are shifting and a future where a predictive, integrated surveillance capability is supported by large datasets and scalable enterprise-wide solutions is emerging now. Complicate the picture with privacy risk and ethical issues and so called ‘Conduct tech’ may fail to deliver.
The group discusses a new report which purports to be a blueprint for the banking industry that members can leverage as they continue to evolve and refine their Conduct Analytics Frameworks.
JWG has finalized an all-star cast of 37 speakers from the best and the brightest in our space which will be gather virtually on 16th & 17th November 2021.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join international firms, the Bank of England, FCA, global regulators and trade associations and top banks, along with leading academics in this 6th annual instalment of JWG’s premier global conference, ‘NextGen RegTech meets SupTech’.
This spotlight covers: :
- The challenges of integrating disparate operational silos
- New technology needs to ‘spot the emoji’
- Conduct Tech risks
- Business risks introduced by enabling big access to little data
- Skills requirements for data-savvy compliance officers
- The future architecture of the compliance desktop
Related Posts/ RegCasts
‘Conduct tech may fail to deliver insights, while increasing data privacy risk, ethical issues’ here
- RegCast 17: Digital compliance here
- RegCast 14: Digital surveillance here
- RegCast 3: Digital roars here
- To join the JWG Surveillance special interest group, email Corrina
- Access the JWG Surveillance LinkedIn here or Trading here
- To create your own JWG RegTech Intelligence Hub, sign up here
- To register for JWG’s 16/17 November 2021 conference, see here
Speakers and Guests
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