RegTech Summit Europe 2017
Kompli-Global were principal sponsors and exhibitors and CEO Jane Jee facilitated a thought provoking and constructive debate at the RegTech Summit Europe on Wednesday 27th September at The Hilton, Canary Wharf, London.
Considered the premier event for regulation technology (RegTech), the summit featured technology providers and key influencers in financial regulation.
The impressive list of expert speakers and exhibitors highlighted essential industry insight and debate between regulatory authorities and solution providers.
Kompli-Global CEO Jane Jee facilitated a thought provoking and constructive debate at the summit, investigating ways to make RegTech work for the regulators.
She discussed a number of options to improve policy making, remove barriers to innovation and how regulators are themselves using machine learning technology to make regulations more accessible to users with Beju Shah, Head of Data Collection and Publication Technology for the Bank of England, Juan Alberto Sanchez, Head of Section, DG-Statistics and Supervisory Data Management at European Central Bank, and Nick Cook, Head of RegTech and Advanced Analytics, Financial Conduct Authority.
To delve further into the key issues surrounding RegTech in 2017, Kompli-Global hosted a series of interviews with financial regulation experts such as John Byrne, CEO of Corlytics, Shane Brett, Founder and CEO, GECKO Governance, Richard Pike, CEO of Governor Software and Rohini Gupta, Senior Associate at the Financial Conduct Authority and Founder of FinReg E-cyclopedia.
These prominent commentators gave insight on standards for RegTech solutions, and the importance of partnerships and collaboration, in successful adoption of these regulatory technologies.
Kompli-Global CEO, Jane Jee was also interviewed for the video series and agreed that the successful adoption of RegTech is dependent on partnerships and collaboration.
“Partnerships in particular will be key to the success of RegTech because without partners who can help and guide RegTechs in the right way, they cannot succeed. Collaboration is more difficult in the sense that it’s getting a number of companies to work towards a defined end, and where there is no commercial benefit for a RegTech company that can be tricky”
This unique event also provided an opportunity for solution providers to engage with financial institutions to gain market intelligence and an opportunity to explain their product to potential buyers and decision makers. A spokesperson for Gecko governance said, “The RegTech Summit delivered on everything. We spoke to a number of industry experts and have set up a number of meetings”
The video series will be available soon on the media hub.