RegTech: What It Does, What It Doesn't Do
and What It Shouldn't Do
Presented on Wednesday, November 1, 2017
RegTech: What It Does, What It Doesn't Do and What It Shouldn't Do
- Dan Adamson, Global Head of Cognitive Computing, Exiger
- Robert Kirwin, Co-Founder & CEO, VigilantCS
- David Sudbury, President & CEO, Securefact
- Ana Badour, Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Businesses are increasingly embracing RegTech, specialized technology applications used to assist businesses in meeting their regulatory compliance requirements, (such as anti-money laundering requirements, regulatory reporting requirements such as securities reporting, and fraud analysis). RegTech can help financial services providers comply with regulation in a much more cost-effective and less labour intensive way. RegTech may also potentially allow regulators themselves to have access to, analyze and process an increasing amount of data, often in a real-time basis.
Please join us as we examine opportunities and challenges in this rapidly developing sector.
This program qualifies for up to 1.5 hours of eligible educational activity or CPD/MCE credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia, Ontario and Québec.