Regtech: Compliance Transformed

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15 - 16 October 2018
Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, United States

KNOWING YOUR CUSTOMER. MONITORING FRAUD. CATCHING MONEY LAUNDERERS. DETECTING FAKE ACCOUNTS.

All require sorting through hundreds of thousands, even millions of transactions and other data points, a time consuming task, and an expensive one. US Financial institutions already spend more than $70B annually on compliance, and this is expected to grow to $118B by 2020. These critical activities are therefore primed for the introduction of new technologies like machine learning, blockchain, and especially artificial intelligence.

At American Banker’s RegTech 2018, we’ll hear from practitioners who have streamlined and automated compliance chores, turning that investment into a competitive advantage in the process. We’ll look at some of the newest technologies that help reduce the compliance burden. And we’ll learn what’s coming down the pipe from regulators themselves.

The event brings together the entire regulation and compliance ecosystem, including the aforementioned financial regulators, senior executives responsible for risk, compliance and more at financial institutions, technology vendors, and industry integrators and consultants.

Join analyst Neil Katkov this October 15-16 in NYC at the event last year’s attendees felt was “very thought-provoking“ and “focused on forward looking ideas as opposed to being more reactive, a rarity in the compliance space.” Have a look around our site to learn more about who attends, who will be speaking and what they’ll be covering, the technology providers who will be showcasing their innovative new software, and the phenomenal members of the Advisory Board who help us piece together the most relevant of agendas.

Event details

Sector
Banking, Capital Markets, Corporate Banking, Insurance, Investment Management, Property & Casualty Insurance, Retail Banking, Securities & Investments, Wealth Management
Location
North America
Format
Conference