Agenda

Agenda

Regtech London agenda

08:3009:00

Registration & breakfast

08:30 - 09:00

09:0010:30

Current progress and trends of regtech– what to look out for the future?

09:00 - 10:30

  • Current progress and trends of regtech
  • A close view of the UK regtech industry opportunities
  • Global perspectives on regtech eco-system, innovation and key themes
  • What to look out for in the future of regtech
Subas Roy

CEO

ICAG Partners & global chairman, International RegTech Association

Subas is a CEO at ICAG Partners with over 20 years of strategic consulting experience in Banking and Financial Services inorganic growth, digital innovation and digital transformation. He has led and designed Digital Innovation, Regulatory and Financial Inclusion strategies for multiple central banks and regulators across Western Europe, North America and Asia Pacific regions. 

Prior to ICAG, Subas ran a growing management consulting business in Oliver Wyman with 24 revenue generating Partners and another ~120 consultants with YoY global revenue of ~$130MM focusing on (a) digital strategy and acceleration including market infrastructure reorganisation; (b) digitalization of risk and regulatory compliance in banks and regulators; and (c) cost optimization across 3LoDs in tier-1 banks and FIs including corporate finance advisory for buyout and other strategic options. 

Subas was also a senior Partner at two Big4 Professional Services (2011-2017 at Ernst & Young, and 2005-2010 at PricewaterhouseCoopers) responsible for developing global strategy advisory practice for Banking transformation fuelled by disruption and technological advancement, supported with proper people and process strategies, and how to deliver an accelerated digital change, ethically and responsibly in a growing, emerging economy. In Thailand, he led digital banking transformation for 2 of the top 3 Banks head quartered in Bangkok over a period of 4 years.

Subas is also the Founder and currently non-executive Global Chairman of the International RegTech Association (IRTA), a premier non-profit association representing the RegTech firms, central banks/regulators, and innovators in ~30 countries.

Previously he has held External Advisory Board appointments to the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) on two digital innovation missions in South-east Asia, including creating a digital identify platform in Nepal and helping the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India to develop a digital identification platform (Aadhar) for 1.3BN Indian citizens.

Subas has also held international Expert Panel chair and member roles at the Harvard University Kennedy School of Business and Government on public policies, the Gates Foundation, and the United Kingdom FinTech Innovation Committee under the rules of the Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) division. 

10:3011:00

Morning break

10:30 - 11:00

11:0012:30

Position by large tier-1 banks, financial institutions and regulators in relation to RegTech

11:00 - 12:30

  • What are the key areas of market interests in Regtech?
  • What are the large banks and other FIs using Regtech for?
  • Areas where key financial regulators both in the UK and globally are using Regtech, including digital regulatory reporting, intelligence-led risk management, FCCRM etc.
  • How to succeed in the Regtech eco-system evolution?
Subas Roy

CEO

ICAG Partners & global chairman, International RegTech Association

Subas is a CEO at ICAG Partners with over 20 years of strategic consulting experience in Banking and Financial Services inorganic growth, digital innovation and digital transformation. He has led and designed Digital Innovation, Regulatory and Financial Inclusion strategies for multiple central banks and regulators across Western Europe, North America and Asia Pacific regions. 

Prior to ICAG, Subas ran a growing management consulting business in Oliver Wyman with 24 revenue generating Partners and another ~120 consultants with YoY global revenue of ~$130MM focusing on (a) digital strategy and acceleration including market infrastructure reorganisation; (b) digitalization of risk and regulatory compliance in banks and regulators; and (c) cost optimization across 3LoDs in tier-1 banks and FIs including corporate finance advisory for buyout and other strategic options. 

Subas was also a senior Partner at two Big4 Professional Services (2011-2017 at Ernst & Young, and 2005-2010 at PricewaterhouseCoopers) responsible for developing global strategy advisory practice for Banking transformation fuelled by disruption and technological advancement, supported with proper people and process strategies, and how to deliver an accelerated digital change, ethically and responsibly in a growing, emerging economy. In Thailand, he led digital banking transformation for 2 of the top 3 Banks head quartered in Bangkok over a period of 4 years.

Subas is also the Founder and currently non-executive Global Chairman of the International RegTech Association (IRTA), a premier non-profit association representing the RegTech firms, central banks/regulators, and innovators in ~30 countries.

Previously he has held External Advisory Board appointments to the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) on two digital innovation missions in South-east Asia, including creating a digital identify platform in Nepal and helping the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India to develop a digital identification platform (Aadhar) for 1.3BN Indian citizens.

Subas has also held international Expert Panel chair and member roles at the Harvard University Kennedy School of Business and Government on public policies, the Gates Foundation, and the United Kingdom FinTech Innovation Committee under the rules of the Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) division. 

12:3013:30

Lunch & networking

12:30 - 13:30

13:3015:00

Developing data & challenges of regulatory reporting

13:30 - 15:00

  • Developing and implementing global harmonised;
    • Data standards
    • Semantically accurate & simple language
  • The challenges with regulatory reporting today
  • Global initiatives and moving forward
Dawd Haque

Global lead for regulatory market initiatives, transformation & strategy

Deutsche Bank

Global lead of Regulatory Market Initiatives at Deutsche Bank. I represent Deutsche Bank on Trade Association Committees and Working Groups as well as Regulatory Market Infrastructure and third party vendor committees.

Through the regulatory lifecycle I work with Trade Associations, Market Infrastructure providers and our peers to advocate with National Competent Authorities to identify and resolve issues. I also work with internal and external stakeholders to build regulatory solutions such as Industry Best Practices, creation of new Utilities & the fostering of innovative Technology to meet our collective obligations.

I represent the industry at the British Standards Institute Financial Service standards committee IST/012. I am on the IHS Markit Advisory Board, DTCC DerivServe Steering Committee, A-Team Group Advisory Board, a member of Eurofiling and attend FSB GUUG, CPMI-IOSCO & GLEIF Industry forums.

15:0015:30

Afternoon break

15:00 - 15:30

15:3017:00

DLT – revolutionary responses to regulatory requirements

15:30 - 17:00

  • Investing in digital assets
  • Issuing digital assets
  • Gaining efficiency in back office and beyond
  • Industry initiatives
Sabine Dittrich

Global head regulatory intelligence

UBS Asset Management

08:3009:00

Registration & breakfast

08:30 - 09:00

09:0010:30

Implementing a regulatory reporting platform

09:00 - 10:30

  • High level principles
  • Implementation of flows
  • Reporting end points
  • Controls
  • Challenges
George Moraitakis PhD

Head of EMEA Regtech

Credit Suisse

With over 17 years’ experience in FinTech, I have driven the implementation of a wide range of systems across the Investment and Retail banking, providing robust and innovative solutions. From my current position as Product / Development Manager in the RegTech  space, I have been leading the delivery of regulatory reporting platforms that enable the timely, accurate and complete submission of reports to regulators across the globe. Using cutting-edge technologies (Machine Learning, Microservices, big data etc.) and practices (scaled Agile, DevOps etc.) I ensure the bank has a comprehensive and innovative suite of applications to remain compliant with a complex set of rules, which result in the generation of 1027 combinations of data points daily, ultimately enabling it to zero down the risks of regulatory fines and reputational impacts.  I am currently spearheading the development of a Regulatory Reporting as a Service (RRaaS) platform aiming at offering cloud based solutions for any regulatory reporting stream

10:3011:00

Morning break

10:30 - 11:00

11:0012:30

Using ML and AI to improve financial crime detection and compliance

11:00 - 12:30

  • ML/AI use cases and applications in financial crime, AML and fraud
  • What is the right technology for your organization?
  • Real time analytics to detect financial crimes analysis
  • Is your technology meeting regulatory expectations?
  • Ensuring your monitoring and transaction data are in place
Adam McLaughlin

EMEA Head of financial crime solutions

NICE Actimize

Adam McLaughlin possesses several years of operational experience identifying, investigating and mitigating financial crime risks. He previously worked as an AML compliance manager for J.P. Morgan and before that spent nearly 10 years as a Police Detective in the UK. Part of this was managing a financial crime investigation team in the City of London Police, the UK’s national lead force for economic crime.

Adam was also an operational member of the UK Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (JMLIT). The JMLIT is a joint public and private partnership whose aim is to work together to share intelligence and information to fight financial crime and identify new threats.

Parit Patel

Director of solution consulting EMEA

NICE Actimize

12:3013:30

Lunch & networking

12:30 - 13:30

13:3015:00

Legaltech lessons for the highly regulated domains: data, contracts, inference

13:30 - 15:00

  • From “Computer says no” to “Computer says illegal”
  • The spectrum of identity and accountability
  • Machine-readable law, legal registers and ontologies
  • Human subject regulation in fintech: from consumer protection to suitability and privacy
  • Frontiers: continuous learning, contract performance and safety
Drago Indjic

Data Science Practitioner

Oxquant

Drago’s hedge funds career continued in fintech as a data science practitioner at Oxquant (Oxford; FCA #232160), co-founder of Soft-Finance (Geneva), Technological Partnership (Belgrade) and Richfox Capital (Amsterdam). ETFmatic.com “robo” app runs his implementation of a fully digital investment process, following quant/PM roles in various hedge funds, a sovereign wealth fund and a multi-family office, Drago has co-edited the Legaltech book for Wiley (2020) and lectures part-time at Queen Mary and Regents. Member of the IEEE and IET, PhD (Imperial College), Dipl Ing (Belgrade), fintech and AI funding reviewer for the EU and @dindjic on Twitter.

15:0015:30

Afternoon break

15:00 - 15:30

15:3017:00

Building cost efficient and effective KYC compliance program

15:30 - 17:00

  • Technology overview for the KYC and onboarding
  • What are the key challenges financial firms facing today?
  • How is regulation and technology changing expectation for the KYC compliance?
  • How does the future of the KYC look like?
Brendan Leddy

CEO

Barley Harbour Limited

Brendan M. Leddy is the founder and CEO of Barley Harbour Limited, a professional services company focusing on compliance, risk and financial crime, and operating in the financial services sectors of Europe, the Middle East and the United States of America. Before launching the consultancy practice, Mr. Leddy held many senior and executive level positions at Tellimer, Citibank, UBS, ANZ, CLS and Mellon Bank. In this capacity, he was responsible for overseeing compliance and financial crime programs globally and building a culture of consensus with respect to regulatory interpretations. He has led international teams dealing with a broad range of international regulatory obligations.

Mr. Leddy has a BA in English, Sociology and Political Science from the National University of Ireland, Galway, an LLB in Law from the University of Wales and in 2017 he graduated from the University of Liverpool with an LLM in International Business Law. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments, and the Institute of Directors, and a Fellow of the International Compliance Association.