Presents

Regtech Australia 2017

7 June, 2017

Presents

Regtech Australia 2017

7 June, 2017

Presents

Regtech Australia 2017

7 June, 2017

REGTECH AUSTRALIA 2017

Tracking the adoption of innovative solutions for regulatory challenges

Event Overview

The biggest challenge affecting the financial services sector today is regulatory compliance.  Regulatory technology - Regtech - the term coined by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK, is helping in many areas of compliance, going beyond automating legacy processes to interpreting legislation, designing new compliance processes, and managing and processing data.  The opportunities that Regtech offers in this space are game-changing - but the variety of available solutions is vast and constantly evolving; and the implementation process is fraught with challenges. Regtechs face a number of hurdles to achieving significant scale and success.

The Regtech Australia 2017 is designed to bring the leaders of financial institutions together with the regulators and the innovators, to give senior executives a better view on how to get past the talk and into collaborative action to build out the governance and the ecosystems required to manage regulatory reform in a better, faster, cheaper and far safer manner.

 

Why Attend?

  • Prepare for the future and get the big-picture predictions for the applications of Regtech in the year ahead
  • Learn how Regtech can solve the key compliance pain points faced by financial services
  • Hear first-hand experiences of those driving the deployment of Regtech in their organisations
  • Gain invaluable insight into the current priorities of the Regulators
  • Discover the business areas where Regtech offers most value

 

Who will be there?

  • CEOs, CIOs, CTOs who want to better understand how the regulatory compliance function can be innovated and improved. 
  • Innovators and disruptors changing the rules of engagement in compliance with blockchain, machine learning and data analytics
  • Heads of Compliance, Regulatory Reporting, Risk, Innovation, Change, Transformation, and Audit, who are responsible for regulatory compliance and/or technology innovation within their enterprise
  • Government policy makers in regulatory compliance, data privacy and digital finance

Agenda

7:30am

Registration and welcome breakfast

7:55am

Opening remarks by James Riley, Editorial Director, InnovationAus.com

8:00am

Ministerial Address

Speaker to be confirmed

8:10am

Innovation and regulatory sandboxes - keeping regulation effective as it gets more difficult

Speaker to be confirmed

8:20am

Why Australia is a fertile ground for Regtech

Jost Stollmann, Founder, Tyro Fintech Hub

8:30am

Are Australian businesses ready for the fourth industrial revolution? A look into the future technologies that will impact legal principles and regulations

Kevin Ackhurst, Managing Director, Google Enterprise Australia

8:45am

Panel Discussion: What will Regtech be delivering in the next 12 months and what is distraction, and what is disruption?

PANEL MODERATOR:

James Riley, Editorial Director, InnovationAus.com

 

PANELLISTS:

Jost Stollmann, Founder, Tyro Fintech Hub

Rebecca Lim, Chief Compliance Officer and Group General Counsel , Westpac Group

Kevin Ackhurst, Managing Director, Google Enterprise Australia

Liming Zhu Research Director, Software and Computational Systems, DATA61 CSIRO

9:30am

Morning tea

10:00am

Exploring the nexus between Regtech and law, policy and financial transactional monitoring

Angela Jamieson, National Manager, Compliance, Australian Transaction Reports and Analytics Centre, AUSTRAC

10:15am

Privacy rights and data protection in the digital financial services economy - challenges and opportunities

Speaker to be confirmed

10:25am

Balancing the cost/benefit equation for enterprises deploying regtech solutions

Speaker to be confirmed

10:35am

Pioneering the application of machine learning and artificial intelligence in the world of regulatory compliance

Matt Symons, Co-founder, Red Marker

Mandy Symons, Co-founder, Red Marker

10:45am

Regtech Innovators Panel: Changing the rules of engagement - how far can blockchain, machine learning and data analytics take the regulated sector?

PANEL MODERATOR:

James Riley, Editorial Director, InnovationAus.com

 

PANELLISTS:

Deborah Ralston, Professor of Finance, Monash University and Chair, Digital Finance Advisory Committee, ASIC

Bruce WrenChief Executive Officer, Wordflow

Mandy Symons, Co-founder, Red Marker

Paul Nailand, Founder and Managing Director, Visual Risk

11:30am

Closing remarks by InnovationAus.com and end of forum

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