2021 Agenda

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We strive to create an event which not only discusses the regulatory agenda but encourages strategic conversations on how firms, in conjunction with regulators and trade associations, can avoid the many pitfalls in this space.

2021 Objective

Public and private sector regulatory foundations, rocked by political realignment are being rebuilt post COVID to be more agile, data centric and digital. In our sixth annual conference, JWG explore who is winning the race to digitalize the banking infrastructure this decade.

2021 Virtual Panels

We are crafting the right agenda based on our exclusive research on the real-world policy and implementation challenges in this fast moving space

Target Audience

Regulatory SMEs: heads of regulatory change, compliance, legal, regulatory reporting, regulatory programme owners, etc.

Executive decision-makers: CDOs, CIOs, CAOs, COOs, etc.

Technology: CTOs, heads of eCommerce, heads of IT, etc.

Provisional 2021 agenda. Full agenda coming soon.

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16th November 2021 – 9.00am BST to 12.30pm BST
NextGen Digital market winners and losers
Digitalisation of risk data collection
Digital Integrity & your cloud compliant strategy
Digitalisation of capital markets?
17th November 2021 – 1.15pm BST to 5.00pm BST
DRR Keynote
Digital data surgery – will the patient survive?
Managing your risks and controls with RegTech
Digital surveillance and culture audits
Deploying AML RegTech to protect the system
Regulated/Regulator/Technology Priorities
Day 1 - 16th November 2021
12:30
Lunch + electronic feedback collation
13:30
NextGen Digital market winners and losers

About the session

Regulators are pursuing ever deeper, challenging questions about how the infrastructure works, where the data goes and how one can prove that the last decade of new obligations are beginning to be met. To what extent will divergent regulatory approaches produce winners and losers?

Regulatory Challenges

  • Digital finance – technology as stores of value and means of payment
  • Transparency – digital regulatory reporting standards
  • Digital Integrity – control of cloud, data, and new technology
  • Green Finance – ESG
  • Consumer education

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • MiFID III/ Brexit
  • EU Digital Finance
  • Global ESG efforts
  • CPMI/IOSCO Derivatives transparency
  • Crypto currency/ CBDC
  • De Fi
  • Accounting/ auditing shifts post Wirecard
14:30
Digitalisation of risk data collection

About the session

Regulators have set their sights on better risk information sharing and data collection and JWG argues that Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR) is here to stay. How will the next decade of transparency force an alignment of granular trade and prudential data collection?

Regulatory Challenges

  • Prioritizing post Covid regulatory safety, transparency and accountability needs

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • Data collection/ DRR
  • Integrated risk reporting systems (CRR2 430C)
15:30
Break
15:45
Digital Integrity & your cloud compliant strategy

About the session

JWG argues that ES’G’ should usher in a whole new set of operational standards and, hopefully, a framework which recognises the value of investment in good RegTech and SupTech. Will cloud and data policy align under global metrics?

Regulatory Challenges

  • The impact of new, global Cloud and data infrastructure policy
  • National data policies / strategies
  • Rethinking the role of Big Tech
  • ESG implementation

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • Cloud
  • Data
  • Cyber security
  • Operational resilience
  • ESG risk factor K
16:45
Digitalisation of capital markets?

About the session

Digitalisation will be key to establishing market trust and confidence with transparency, common rule and democratized access. How will investor demand shift the global rule books?

Regulatory Challenges

  • CMU/ MiFID III priorities
  • UK Regulatory Framework/ TIGR
  • US Biden trading priority shifts
  • GME and democratized finance
  • Reference data/ pre-post trade transparency

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • CMU/ MiFID III: investor protection/ consolidated tape/ FIRDS
  • UK trading rule book
  • EU integrated rule books
  • Trade surveillance
  • Market data costs
Day 2 - 17th November 2021
13:15
DRR Keynote

About the session

JWG research shows DRR is finally at a tipping point as firms mobilise to execute on the Digital Regulatory Reporting Agenda

Regulatory Challenges

  • Global Derivatives DRR lessons learned

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • CPMI/IOSCO
  • EMIR Refit/ CFTC
13:30
Digital data surgery – will the patient survive?

About the session

Regulators have begun the process of operating on the data backbone which underpins effective financial sector supervision. What have we learned and what will get the patient up and running most quickly?

Regulatory Challenges

  • Disambiguating reporting obligations
  • Operationalising granular data sharing
  • Trade and Prudential data alignment
  • Reference data approaches
  • The future of standards collaboration

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • BoE data collection
  • ECB BIRD
  • APRA Connect
  • Global derivatives DRR
  • BIS data findings
14:20
Managing your risks and controls with RegTech

About the session

Obligations which we once thought were reserved for algorithmic trading, have now been extended to the entire firm as AI and data controls.

Policy management and horizon scanning 

Regulatory Challenges

  • How do you prove a business/ function is under control?
  • How do better controls reduce costs while enabling business digitization?
  • New expectations for operating models and governance

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • Semantic integration with rule books
  • Trade association glossaries
  • CDM
  • Digital rule books
  • Policy management tooling
  • Operational risk
15:00
Break
15:30
Digital surveillance and culture audits

About the session

GameStop ripped open the digital accountability conversation and widened the lens on how firms need to monitor conduct, culture and influencers. What impact will these obligations have on lines of defence and how will the technical infrastructure need to adapt?

Regulatory Challenges

  • The imperative to digitize Trade, eComms, Voice and AML surveillance
  • 2022 patchwork of regulations
  • SM&CR
  • Culture audits
  • Machine learning, behavioural analytics, biometrics and NLP success stories

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • JWG research – Digitizing FS surveillance (Q120)
  • JWG research – Demystifying voice surveillance (Q120)
  • JWG SM&CR working group findings
  • Data ethics/AI
16:10
Deploying AML RegTech to protect the system

About the session

JWG’s15-year-old AML/KYC community has worked closely with regulatory bodies to hone the introduction of new technologies to combat financial crime. What are the data, AI and standards success stories?

Regulatory Challenges

  • JWG research – Digitizing FS surveillance (Q120)
  • JWG research – Demystifying voice surveillance (Q120)
  • JWG SM&CR working group findings
  • Data ethics/ AI

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

16:45
Regulated/ Regulator/ Technology Priorities wrap-up

About the session

  • Future priorities
  • Your questions answered

Regulatory Challenges

New RegTech/SupTech drivers

  • Public sector initiatives
  • Trade association initiatives
  • Standards efforts

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