First speakers confirmed and agenda published – registration starts on July 8

With more than 1,200 participants from over 80 countries, the RegTech Convention is one of the largest conferences on financial regulation and RegTech. This year, it will take place on November 23-24 as a virtual conference.

The motto of this year's RegTech Convention is "Start of a New Chapter". Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has been changing, and the financial services industry is entering a new era. As a result, challenges for both banks and regulators have increased, and big trends such as digitalization, cost reduction and sustainability have been accelerated. The 28th RegTech Convention is a global platform for all stakeholders to discuss the future and the sustainability of the financial system and banking regulation.

The RegTech Convention is a two-day conference with specialist conferences, panel discussions and breakout sessions. Participants include representatives from the global banking sector, insurance companies, regulators, central banks, and the media. All presentations will be recorded and will be available online for participants for four weeks on-demand after the conference.

The first day of the conference focuses on topics such as the digital transformation from the perspective of banks and supervisors, the ongoing pressure on costs and efficiency, and the increased requirements for sustainability. The second conference day covers product topics and the most important developments in BearingPoint RegTech's product and service portfolio as well as an outlook on the planning for the coming year.

High-profile speakers are expected again this year. The following speakers have already confirmed their participation:

  • Jan Reinder De Carpentier, Vice Chair, Single Resolution Board (SRB)
  • Jörg Hessenmüller, Chief Operating Officer, Commerzbank
  • Joanne Horgan, Chief Innovation Officer, Vizor Software
  • Alexandra Maniati, Director Innovations & Cybersecurity, European Banking Federation (EBF)
  • Prof. Dr. Monika Schnitzer, Professor of Economics, LMU, Munich and Member of the German Council of Economic Experts
  • Ian Sloyan, Director, Data and Digital Solutions, International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA)
  • Eric Usher, Head Finance Initiative, United Nations Environment Programme
  • Annette Weisbach, Business Journalist and
  • John Yeo, Manager RegTech Team, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Interested in attending the 28th RegTech Convention?

Further information on the program and the registration form can be found here. You can also follow the event on LinkedIn and Twitter with the hashtag #regtechcon.

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