Talking RegTech in 2018

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Webinar information:

Date Tuesday, 6th March, 2018

Time 3-4pm GMT

Duration 1 hour

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As the tsunami of new regulation continues unabated, with ever increasing compliance costs and the threat of hefty fines holding back profits, growth and future investment it is not surprising that organizations are looking to new technologies to help ease their regulatory burden. But will RegTech finally be the answer in 2018 or even in the next 5 years?
 
Join us for our first RegTech webinar of 2018, recorded live from the London Stock Exchange where our panel of industry experts will be discussing the following topics:

  • How can current and new technology help enable a single view of operational risk across compliance operations?
  • Can RegTech improve customer experience (CX) when clients and compliance come into contact?
  • Which new technologies are actually being adopted to drive compliance transformation today and how will that change over the coming years?
  • How are organizations moving from departmental systems to automated pan-GRC or even enterprise-wide workflow in order to better manage regulatory compliance?
  • Are AI and machine learning a compliance manager’s friend or foe? Why?

About the Panelists:

Moderator, Subas Roy, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Subas is a Partner in Oliver Wyman with over twenty years of digital risk and compliance consulting experience. He has led the design and delivery of a number of next-generation digital platforms, including risk and compliance functions on utilising combinations of advanced analytics, machine learning and automation tools.

Prior to this, he was a senior Partner at a Big4 Professional Accounting Firm where he led the EMEA advisory practice for enterprise GRC (eGRC), Risk and Regulatory Technology-led transformation. Subas has been an adviser to the UNCDF, Gates Foundation and Omidyar Network as well as working closely with the FCA on designing and delivering data ontologies for machine-readable regulations.

Adedayo Banwo, VP of Legal at Deutsche Bank

Adedayo Banwo is a lawyer for Deutsche Bank in London where he has worked in a variety of Legal and Compliance roles.

Adedayo is former regulator and also Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Task Force on Financial Engineering for Economic Development which advises regulators in emerging markets and multilateral institutions on building effective infrastructure for capital markets. Adedayo is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Colin Ware, Regulatory Product Manager, Asset Servicing, BNY Mellon

Colin recently joined BNY Mellon as a Regulatory Product Manager and is responsible for all products affected by Regulations within the Asset Servicing sector, focusing on key areas such as MiFID II, GDPR and MMFR.He currently represents BNY on multiple RegTech panels and industry event advisory boards, whilst helping to co-ordinate the BNY Mellon Tax & Regulatory Client Forum. 

Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Colin spent 4 years at Barclays as an Industry & Regulatory Engagement Lead for Data Management, working with RegTech and vendor solution providers to assess solutions to meet the upcoming regulatory challenges. Colin was also Global Product Manager for Omgeo CTM and worked at a number of Investment Bank institutions including Deutsche Bank, Nomura, and Goldman Sachs, across a broad range of data management, client service and project management roles.

Andrew Yuille, Head of Risk Business Solutions – Thomson Reuters

Andrew has more than 25 years experience of business development in high growth organizations across technology, information services and financial services.

Previous roles include Head of Proposition Marketing - Specialist Markets & Communities; Head of Proposition Marketing – GRC for Thomson Reuters; Chief Marketing Officer for global risk intelligence provider World-Check; and business development roles for ERP software vendor Tetra plc and supply-chain software vendor Strategix. Andrew holds an MSc with Distinction in Management and Marketing and in 2001 was elected Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Marketing.

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