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Global RegTech Summit, London

Global RegTech Summit: Explore the Intersection of Regulation and Technology

Global RegTech Summit, London

In the last five years, over $5 billion was invested into the RegTech sector as investors, and regulated entities cottoned on to the rising costs of regulatory compliance, owing, in large part, to fundamental shifts in the global regulatory landscape.

In this context, the Global RegTech Summit comes at an interesting time; the conference, which will be held in London on May 15, will attract over 1,000 delegates, including CEOs, CCOs, CTOs, along with experts in compliance, technology, risk management and cybersecurity. Featuring some of the most influential voices in the industry, the Global RegTech Summit will feature important discussions, demos, exhibits, partner events and networking opportunities.

Hosted by RegTech Analyst and FinTech Global, the summit offers an inside look at the convergence of regulations and technology, with industry thought leaders, regulators, solution providers, and important decision-makers from financial institutions, weighing in on global regulatory currents, the evolving nature of financial crime and what the future holds for the RegTech space.

The summit will focus on some of the most pressing regulatory issues today, with exciting discussions on PSD2, GDPR, Basel 111, AIFMD, AML, KYC, financial crime, among other critical talking points affecting the regulatory environment.

Trulioo is a Gold Sponsor of the Global RegTech Summit; come by our booth on the exhibition floor – our representatives, who have considerable experience in helping some of the world’s largest companies meet their compliance obligations and reduce fraud, look forward to meeting you.

GRTSMeet Trulioo at The Global RegTech Summit – Booth #16

 

 

The Global RegTech Summit,
London, UK
May 15, 2019
Etc Venues Liverpool St – 155 Bishopsgate
Register Here

 

The information in this blog is intended for public discussion and educational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice.

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