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A RegTech Solution to Record Management and Archiving

Yaron Naor, vice president and general manager, Americas, at Arkivum will present the company’s regtech record management and archiving solution based on open source and proprietary technologies at this week’s A-Team Group RegTech Summit for Capital Markets in New York.

We caught up with Naor before the event to find out a little about Arkivum’s views on regtech and its contribution to the market.

Q: What does RegTech mean to you? 

A: Solving immediate and long-term compliance and regulatory challenges globally by leveraging the most disruptive and sustainable technologies, and significantly reducing cost of ownership.

Q: What regulations are of primary concern to you and your customers?

A: SEC/FINRA based record management, Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) data security and sovereignty mandates covering all e-comms.

Q: What problem do financial institutions have that you believe you can solve?

A: Compliance based record management and archiving solutions with data integrity, security and usability as the key ingredients.

Q: Why do they have this problem?

A: Due to the silo structure of the organisation, plus a lack of secured solutions that are in-line with compliance mandates.

Q: How do you solve the problem?

A: By providing a unified data safeguarding platform addressing all major global record keeping mandates. The platform has a modular and scalable architecture, secured data storage, preservation techniques and flexible workflows to process ingested data with stringent encryption algorithms.

Q: What technology do you use?

A: A combination of open source and proprietary technologies.

Q: How do you fit into a financial institution’s architecture and data flows?

A: Through our integration modules driven by industry standard REST APIs.

Q: Why are you taking part in A-Team’s RegTech Summit for Capital Markets event?

A: To increase market and brand awareness, educate market players, develop strategic partnerships and secure several proofs of concepts.

Q: What type of people are you hoping to meet at the Summit?

A: C level execs, key decision makers, compliance, regulatory and data governance officers, and engineering/IT Managers.

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