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The Regulatory Reporting Innovation Forum
17th October 2019 @ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm BSTFree
Just one recent example of EU regulatory reform, Mifid II, generated 30,000 pages of detailed text, each needing to be read, understood, applied, and reported on by banks.
The amount of resource and investment required to meet the ever-changing needs of regulations, such as for instance Mifid II with it’s 30,000 pages of detailed text, is vast. But while reporting will increasingly be driven by RegTech in the future, the path to completely automated reporting is complex.
We have been working with the Transform Finance Advisory Board members, as well as international banking representatives, to create a programme packed with discussion of the pivotal challenges that banks face to meet the complex compliance landscape of reporting regulations.
Focused on end-to-end reporting processes and how digital technology is poised to help, you can expect both strategic and constructive discussion of digital reporting, reporting toolkit management and viability, bridging technologies, RPA, AI, data management and gaining stakeholder buy in.
- Benchmark against current best practice in reporting procedures and technology.
- Work towards reduced regulatory fines by sharing ideas on improving your reporting strategy and processes.
- Find out the latest news on planned regulatory changes.
- Meet with senior banking sector peers to discuss shared experiences and challenges.
- Grab the opportunity for one-to-one meetings with our systems integrator and vendor partners to discuss possible
- Be part of the agenda – our interactive panel discussions, roundtables, and one-to-one meetings ensure that the day is bespoke and meets your specific needs.
- Stay ahead of the curve via briefings on the technology disruptions to come.
- Discover the latest RegTech and strategic offerings for your sector.
- Get fresh perspectives from the industry’s real innovators.
- Invest in yourself Take time out to grow your expertise and stay ahead of the competition.
The programme line-up is growing quickly and we are proud to say that across our events we have director-level speakers from Commerzbank, HSBC, Santander, UBS, BNY Mellon, J.P. Morgan, Revolut, Royal Bank of Canada and many more.
To encourage open conversations in our favoured boutique format, including round table discussions with other banking representatives and 1-2-1 meetings alongside unparalleled networking opportunities, each forum will be limited to 60 delegates, 12 leading banking speakers and a few carefully chosen leading solution providers.
Thanks to the sponsorship from our world leading partners we are able to offer a number of complimentary passes, but expect these to go fast, so we recommend that you register quickly to secure your place.