In recent years, central banks and regulators have increasingly been relying on data and technology to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of their supervisory processes. But, SupTech solutions can often be complex and present significant implementation challenges.
Regulation Asia co-founder Brad Maclean sat down with Regnology's Director of Product Management, SupTech Joanne Horgan and APAC Sales Director Raymond Hee to discuss some of these challenges, and how SupTech is changing the way regulators work and interact with regulated entities.
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