As the burden, cost and risk of complying with financial regulation continue escalating in the U.S. and abroad, more and more decision-makers are turning to new and innovative regulatory technology to boost the efficiency and profitability of their compliance programs. From knowing your customer and flagging potential money launderers to reducing false positives and detecting fake accounts, the proliferation of RegTech tools has been impressive in recent years, raising new challenges and regulatory implications that need to be considered.
Join us for a dynamic morning workshop where compliance and technology will intersect. Industry experts and RegTech executives will take the stage with U.S. regulators and representatives from some of the world’s largest consulting firms to discuss the promise and pitfalls of the RegTech revolution—and look ahead to what’s next in 2019.
The morning’s full agenda will be published soon–check back here for updates.
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Continuing a tradition dating back to the Patriot Act era of the early 2000s, FIBA is once again partnering with the U.S. Treasury Department and the Latin American Federation of Banks (FELABAN) to host the annual U.S./LATAM Public-Private Sector Dialogue, an afternoon roundtable discussion to address the most pressing challenges facing the region and identify collaborative, innovative solutions to meeting them.
This year’s conversation will focus on the regional impacts of de-risking on correspondent banking services and the possibility of leveraging technology as a means to cut costs, reduce cash transactions and improve transaction monitoring. The session will open with a keynote presentation by Faisal Khan.
The afternoon’s full agenda will be published soon–check back here for updates.