The Central Banking FinTech & RegTech Global Supervisory Summit will take place on March 13-14, 2019 in London. The event will focus on the needs of the official sector and will explore the main challenges, opportunities and responsibilities for supervisory authorities that come along with the disruptive financial, regulatory and supervisory technologies (FinTech, RegTech and SupTech), such as AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain / DLT and much more . Representatives from central banks and regulators from all over the world will engage in interactive, content-driven and practical sessions led by renowned industry experts.

BearingPoint is honored to be the Lead Partner of the Central Banking FinTech and RegTech Global Summit. Dr. Maciej Piechocki, RegTech Management Board Member at BearingPoint, will join the plenary session and give a presentation on the latest developments in RegTech and SupTech and what impact the innovative technology will have on the financial services industry in 2019. He will also take over the chairmanship of conference stream “Accelerating Innovation in RegTech and SupTech”. This conference stream will focus on innovative approaches to regulation and supervision and examine such topics as automation and standardization, risk-based supervision as well as application of the “regulatory Big Data”, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine leaning (ML) in financial regulation.

The event will offer a great opportunity to network with a global community of senior official sector representatives with an active interest in FinTech, RegTech and SupTech as well as to share your views and experiences with your industry peers. You are very welcome to drop by and meet our RegTech and SupTech experts at our exhibition booth.

Please find the complete agenda, including the list of speakers, registration details and further information about the event on the conference webpage.

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