Agenda

Enabling Innovation in technology compliance

#RegTechSummitLondon

  • REGULATORY REPORTING
  • MANAGING RISK & REGULATORY CHANGE
  • LEVERAGING INNOVATIONS USING: AI, MACHINE LEARNING, BLOCKCHAIN
  • MIFID II
  • MAR
  • KYC, AML & FINANCIAL CRIME
  • TRADE SURVEILLANCE
8.00

Registration and Networking over Coffee

8.50

Chair’s Opening Address: Andrew Delaney, Chief Content Officer, A-Team Group

9.00

Opening Keynote:

9.30

RegTech Industry Leaders Panel: Overcoming the barriers and enabling RegTech

  • Exploring the barriers to Regtech adoption: matching solutions to problems; legacy systems, lengthy procurement cycles, resistance to innovation and change, industry frameworks and standards
  • How to evaluate the marketplace and conduct vendor due diligence to minimise risk on solutions that aren’t fully proven
  • Partnerships and collaborations: key success factors
  • The evolving role of the compliance officer
10.10

Thomson Reuters Keynote:

10.40

Networking and Refreshment Break

11.10

Panel: Towards sustainable MiFID II compliance

  • SI regime: is there a role for regtech in helping firms meet SI obligations?
  • Meeting pre and post trade transparency requirements: 
      reviewing ongoing reference data challenges
      how can regtech help firms analyse data and report?
  • Meeting the data management requirements for Best Execution reporting
  • Data optimization: How are firms exploiting data sources created by MiFID II to generate value for the business?
  • Has your approach to regulation changed post MiFID II?
11.50

Panel: Best practices for regulatory reporting efficiency

  • Getting ready for SFTR & EMIR REFIT: Ensuring your reporting infrastructure is ready 
  • The latest on identifiers and standards – ISO 20022, LEIs, ISINs, CFI codes
  • Laying the foundations for granular data reporting: how are firms addressing the challenges of data collection, ensuring infrastructures are fit for purpose?
  • Improving the quality of data sets for reporting: Can we use different measures of quality, tools etc
  • How are firms using analytics to slice and dice to gain insights beyond regulatory compliance for added business value?
12.30

SmartStream RDU Keynote:

13.00

Networking Lunch in the Exhibition Area

14.00

Afternoon Keynote: 

14.30

Panel: The potential and promise of AI and Machine Learning in RegTech

  • Where are we seeing the most progress with AI solutions helping to solve regulatory compliance?
  • Barriers and obstacles to using AI
  • Trustability and transparency of AI - having the right governance and controls in place when working with third parties to manage data privacy and data protection
  • AI systems: How to make strong AI without bias and bring fairness to predictive models
  • AI and cyber security risks in an evolving threat landscape: how to keep up
15.10

RegTech Start Up Showcase: 
5 minute demos from cutting edge regtech start ups showcasing their regulatory compliance solutions

15.30

Panel: Fighting financial crime, Improving AML and KYC

  • Role of RegTech in helping identify financial crime risk and spot patterns of unusual transactions
  • The value of public and private partnerships and information sharing in combating financial crime; setting standards for global information sharing to improve coordination efforts
  • AML: How are firms meeting the requirements for improved transparency for beneficial ownership & customer due diligence processes
  • How are firms leveraging digital identities for faster onboarding, improved user experience and to meet KYC compliance?
  • Challenges around onboarding clients and mitigating risk when dealing with crypto currencies and distributed ledger technologies (inc.Blockchain)?
16.10

Networking and refreshment break

16.40

Panel: The evolution of trade surveillance

  • What are the drivers behind the adoption of trade surveillance systems
  • Managing the challenges of tracking and storing multi-channel communications (whatsapp, text, social); internal policies of tracking
  • Voice communications surveillance
  • Developing in-house surveillance techniques vs. using third parties
  • Managing the challenges of ‘false positives’ - high number of inaccurate alerts being generated
  • ​The role of AI & ML in helping deliver better solutions?
17.20

Panel:Creating a regulatory change management framework to manage risk and navigate change

  • How are firms developing capabilities to help anticipate risk, track and analyse regulatory updates
  • Reviewing progress towards standards-based semantic technologies and machine-readable texts for interpreting regulatory change from the regulators and market participants?
  • Ensuring a robust compliance framework by creating a common regulatory taxonomy
  • Key success factors for implementing regulatory change in a proactive way
18.00

Networking & Drinks Reception

Please note: This programme is subject to change.

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