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NEXT EVENT:

Where compliance policy meets technology sponsored by Hitachi
7 November 2018, 1 Lombard Street
This roundtable will provide an open but confidential discussion about how firms are leveraging emerging technologies to increase the effectiveness of regulatory compliance and supervision, with key learning points about how to leverage the power of natural language processing and machine learning to implement continuous capture of regulatory change, as well as managing the mapping between derived policies and the underlying technology workflow required to implement effective data controls.

Additional topics that will be covered in-depth and will be open to our invited participants to discuss include:

• Information Degradation: How gaps and ambiguity emerge when multiple business processes and parties are involved in each stage of implementation of a new regulatory obligation, i.e. Identification of regulatory changes; Mapping these to impacted data items, business areas, people and products; Definitions of policies and rules; Mapping these rules to specific technologies and technical controls
• Regulatory and Business Taxonomy Alignment: What approaches are available to ensure that regulations can be mapped at scale to data items from different lines of business, product categories and jurisdictions to ensure data quality and filter for relevant obligations? How can firms establish granular mapping of regulatory data onto individual policies, procedures, controls and records to pinpoints every compliance breach?
• RegTech Market Trends: An open look at collaboration and co-innovation opportunities between RegTech vendors, Regulators, Regulated Firms and Technology Companies

This evening event is open to Chief Data Officers, Compliance Officers, Legal Personnel and Risk Managers, as well as Senior Executives within Banks, Building Societies, Trading Houses and Insurance Companies.

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OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS:

Intelligent data protection and detection - sponsored by Nuix
15 November 2018, Searcys at The Gherkin
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) made everyone more aware of their obligations around proper personal data use, but financial services firms were already working through separate compliance challenges, from MiFID II to the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations. This event will stimulate debate on best practice in these areas, sharing common pain points, innovative solutions and what’s likely to change in the future.

Unified Communications in Financial Services - sponsored by Daisy
22 November 2018, Searcys at The Gherkin

Today’s consumer is living in the age of hyperconnectivity. If they aren’t arranging payment to friends via a mobile banking app or placing orders on an online marketplace, they are communicating with colleagues across the globe via an enterprise messaging system. The customer has already transitioned their work, social life, data and spending habits to the digital world – but the challenge for financial services companies is how ready they are to follow them there.

Digital Disruption in Insurance - sponsored by Citrix
28 November 2018, Andaz London
The tech-driven approach of new startups is starting to rub off on industry incumbents, which are struggling to revamp historic IT platforms. For those willing to invest the time and money, there are huge advances to be made though, leveraging things like machine learning, big data and cloud computing to give consumers what they want – cheaper and easier. This event will address the risks and opportunities, how different companies are approaching the trend, and the best ways to adapt and implement new technologies.

How the RBS Remedies Fund will drive innovation and transform services for SMEs - sponsored by Unisys
29 November 2018, Duck & Waffle

This sector is overdue some technology disruption, with many businesses only staying with their current bank due to inertia. But SMEs will only make that move if new tech brings the opportunity for mutual partnerships to develop effective propositions.



FStech organises and hosts a range of exclusive intimate roundtables and bespoke events throughout the year, which are free to attend for financial technology professionals.

A roundtable is a form of discussion where participants debate specific business and technology topics. Each person is given equal right to participate in these discussions, which centre on current trends and issues affecting the sector.

Roundtable discussions and event write-ups are often published digitally and in print. In this case, the write-ups and comments are sent to participants ahead of publication and they are given the chance to approve their comments.

There is also the opportunity for FStech to work with you on networking drinks evenings, half-day conferences, seminars and much more.

If you have a roundtable or bespoke event topic in mind, please enquire and our in-house events team can build an event specific to your needs.

Recent and future FStech event topics include: digital transformation, data management, payments, cloud computing, compliance, blockchain and artificial intelligence. Click here to see our past events.

For further information on sponsorship on our forthcoming roundtables, please contact:
Lauren Blackhall
lauren.blackhall@fstech.co.uk

+44 (0)20 7562 2429