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America Square Conference Centre London

7th October, 2021


Interviews & Podcasts


Opening Keynote: RegTech – a central bank view

  • Perspectives on RegTech in supervised firms
  • Development of SupTech in the Bank of England
  • Work going forward and ongoing industry engagement

Peter Thomas, Senior Manager, Data Innovation, Bank of England

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Keynote: Understanding the importance of an integrated regulatory, data and technology strategy

  • Current regulatory landscape
  • How data and regulation are inextricably linked
  • Integrating data and technology for regulatory compliance and beyond

Bradley Foster, Global Head of Content (Enterprise), Bloomberg

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RegTech Innovation Collaboration: 
Automating Regulatory Change – The Art of the Possible

Paul North, The New Initiatives Working Group, The RegTech Council

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Keynote: The emerging challenges of compliant communications

  • New communication channels and emerging technologies are being used in trading
  • Under MiFID II and other similar regulations around the world, more data points need to be monitored, captured, recorded and retained than ever before
  • At the same time the consumerisation of technology means that your users and customers are wanting to adopt a myriad of communication technologies
  • How to close the compliance gap?

Paul Liesching, Global Head of Financial Markets, Truphone

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Keynote: Trade and transaction reporting challenges – security data challenges

  • Where are we with MIFIR/MIFID II?
  • The implications of Brexit – what should you expect?
  • What should you be doing to support SFTR?

Peter Moss, CEO, SmartStream RDU

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