Date: 20 November 2018
Time: 10:00 am ET / 3:00 pm London / 4:00 pm CET
Today’s atmosphere of heightened regulatory scrutiny is focusing attention on compliance departments and the tools available to mitigate the risk of regulatory censure.
Much has been made of emerging regtech solutions’ ability to offer new capabilities, potentially changing the way compliance teams work. But what has been the true impact of regtech on the compliance department, and how are firms deploying new technologies to deal with the avalanche of global regulation?
This webinar will discuss regtech development and adoption, pinpoint popular compliance solutions, and identify areas of compliance that are ripe for change. It will also consider the risks and limitations of regtech, how to integrate regtech into existing compliance processes, and how jobs could change as a result of new tools and techniques.
Join the webinar to find out more about:
Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor, A-Team Group
Tammy Eisenberg, Director, Investment Management Risk & Compliance, BNY Mellon
Stuart Harvey, CEO,
James Maudslay, Solution Marketing Senior Manager, Financial Services & Insurance,
CEO since 2015, Stuart spent many years with Reuters as a programmer, technical engineer and technical architect before co-founding FinTech company Harco, sold to NYSE after winning 30+ global banks for its DART entitlement technology. He is an investor in several tech start-ups including PathXL, acquired by Philips in 2016.
EMEA Financial Services Industry Specialist
Andy Mather has over 20 years of experience providing trading solutions to traders and dealers in the financial markets. Andy is building up Telstra’s financial markets ecosystem by bringing disruption through innovation to the Trader Voice market and using this as a platform to help firms stay compliant with the increasing demands of the regulators. He is also passionate about using new technology to drive business efficiency in the trading room.
Solution Marketing Senior Manager, Financial Services & Insurance
James joined Equinix as a specialist Subject Matter Expert in September 2012.
James has worked in the financial services industry in London since 1989, at a variety of organisations ranging from brokers Holman Wade Limited, to Lloyd’s of London in-house reinsurance company Centrewrite, to The Euclidian Group where he served as Group Information Manager – effectively IT Director. He then moved onto the service side Financial Services joining software house the Wildnet Group in 2005 and then onto Colt Technology Services in 2009.
Originally joining Equinix to head the company’s expansion into the insurance sector, James now has vertical responsibility for the whole of financial services in EMEA, but works closely with Equinix’s Americas and APAC teams, both in marketing and Business Development, in developing the Company’s interconnection and ecosystems businesses across all financial services markets.
James holds a Master’s Degree from City University, London, and has been a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute (FCII) since 2000.