RegTech 2.0: Winning in the decade ahead

7 February 2020


08:00 – 08:55Registration and Networking

08:55 – 09:00: Opening remarks

  • PJ Di Giammarino, CEO JWG

   09:10 – 09:50 Panel: Enabling RegTech Market Ecosystems

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • What has been missing to date: RegTech = the lifeblood of compliance
  • How will new public sector strategies seek to overcome the gaps
  • Thinking about data as capital and RegTech as part of the risk equation
  • How does RegTech help create regulation fit for the digital age
  • New EC 2020 work plan
  • Regulatory policy initiatives for RegTech (UK, AU, EC, US SEC)which demand long term goals and plans
  • The rise of SupTech 
  • New public/private initiatives like RegTech Council
  • Political divergence and demand for Infrastructure change: Operational resilience, outsourcing,information exchange, Future of finance, etc.

09:50 – 10:30 Panel: RegTech as part of a regulated business strategy

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • Banking tomorrow in a digitized, politically divergent world
  • Prioritizing a decade of regulatory safety, transparency and accountability requests
  • Mitigating reg risks e.g., cyber insurance
  • The impact of not digitizing compliance

10:30 – 11:00: Networking and coffee + electronic feedback collation 

11:00 – 11:50 Panel: Is RegTech infrastructure a systemic risk?

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • The impact of new FCA, PRA, BoE operational resilience obligations
  • Cloud concentration & 3rd party risk management
  • Regulating the clouds’ safety standards for security
  • Data policy / data privacy and federated access
  • Thinking about data as capital and how to incentivise computational integrity

11:50 – 12:30: Panel:  Deploying AML RegTech to protect the system 

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • The 1/20 demands of AMLD V on firms to police public sector ownership registries
  • Safe, shareable, cross-border data assets with DLT and homomorphic encryption
  • The future of identifiers and common reference data

12:30 – 13:30 : Lunch

13:30 – 14:20 Panel: Changing the Reporting Framework with RegTech

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • Deploying new reporting tech assets
  • Moving to newly-agreed standards
  • Scaling approaches from lab to shop floor
  • The promise of collaboration, standards and common reference data

  • Gareth Ramsay, BoE
  • Francis Gross, ECB
  • Gordon Chapple, FCA
  • Adam Turnbull, Goldman Sachs
  • Kirston Winters, IHS Markit
  • Niresh Rajah, Barclays

14:20 – 15:00 Panel: Managing your risks and controls with RegTech

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • How do you prove a business/ function is under control?
  • Can better controls reduce costs?
  • New expectations for operating models and governance
  • Boukje Stoelinga, ING
  • Will Graham, BlackRock
  • John Neasham, Deutsche Bank
  • Tamsin Roe, Morgan Stanley
  • Richard Pike, Governor Software
  • Carl Redfern, Redland Business Solutions

15:00 – 15:30: Networking and coffee + electronic feedback collation 

15:30 – 16:15: Digitizing holistic surveillance: the decade ahead

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • The imperative to digitize Trade, eComms, Voice and AML surveillance
  • 2020 surveillance capability targets
  • Barriers to digitization
  • Machine learning, behavioural analytics, biometrics and NLP success stories
  • HKMA culture assessment
  • AMF 2020 surveillance plans
  • CFTC fine to BGC
  • FCA Capital Markets AML risk review TR19/4
  • Machine learning in UK FS
  • JWG research – Digitizing FS surveillance (Q120)
  • JWG research – Demystifying voice surveillance (Q120)
  • Data ethics/ AI

16:15 - 17:00: Regulated / Regulator Technology Priorities Q&A

Challenges New RegTech drivers Panellist
  • Future priorities
  • Your questions answered
  • Public sector initiatives
  • Trade association initiatives
  • Standards efforts
  • RegTech Council

17:00 - 19:00 : Drinks and Networking