• Created by potrace 1.14, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017 image/svg+xml Established 25 years ago
  • 700 delegates
  • Created by potrace 1.14, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017 image/svg+xml 40+ speakers
  • Created by potrace 1.14, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017 image/svg+xml 8 concurrent conferences

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We would like to thank all participants for making the 24th RegTech Convention a success! With over 700 participants from 31 countries, the annual user conference was the biggest event in BearingPoint's history. Banks, regulators and insurers met at the 24th RegTech Convention in Frankfurt from November 29 to 30, 2017 to discuss the future of regulation and new models for cooperation at the international level. Over the past 24 years, the RegTech Convention has developed into one of the largest conferences on regulation and is now an international exchange platform for supervisory authorities and regulated institutions. Both sides appreciate the opportunity for a direct dialogue.

Importance and Benefits of Collaboration in Regulation - Interview with Bodo Windmöller, Partner, BearingPoint


What to expect

  • Created by potrace 1.14, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017 image/svg+xml Conferences

    The RegTech Convention remains the largest platform for communication and networking in regulation. Our unique event brings regulators, regulated firms and industry experts together in a forum that engages all the stakeholders along the Regulatory Value Chain. The 2017 RegTech Convention features eight specialist conferences and user groups for banks, insurance companies, and regulators. On November 29, our main Banking Conference takes a closer look at the future of regulation and the benefits of collaboration.

  • Banking4 Banking Conference

    The focus of the Banking Conference on 29 November will be the regulatory agenda and the benefits for the industry that can be achieved through collaboration. We will have a discussion on the "Future of Regulation - Dialogue between Regulators and Data Reporters" with industry experts from regulators and banks. The main topics will be the regulatory agenda 2018, Basel III / IV, SSM, ad-hoc reporting as well as regulatory challenges caused by the digitization of the financial sector. In the afternoon, there will be keynotes followed by a panel discussion on "Collaboration in Regulation - New Models along the Regulatory Value Chain as a Chance for Efficiency, Transparency and Stability".

  • Meet the Experts

    We will be offering extended coffee breaks to provide the opportunity to meet our regulatory and technology specialists in our new “Meet the Experts” event format, where you can discuss topics like AnaCredit, BCBS 239, FRTB, MiFID II/MiFIR, FATCA/CRS and Abacus360 use cases.

  • Evening Networking Event

    The first conference day’s evening event provides an ideal occasion for conference delegates to exchange views and impressions of the conference topics in a relaxing atmosphere.

It was a very interesting occasion to exchange and cooperate on very important issues

Bruno Tissot, Head of Statistics and Research Support, Monetary and Economic Department & Head of the Secretariat of the Irving Fisher Committee on Central Bank Statistics (IFC) Bank for International Settlements

It is very nice to be in a room together with regulators, supervisors, bankers and talk about innovations and how we can deliver better outcome

Janko Gorter, Head for Supervisory Strategy, De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) / Co-chair of the BCBS Task Force on Financial Technology (TFFT)

For us as European supervisor such events are an important occasion to meet with the industry. Usually our counterparts are the national supervisory authorities. Today’s event is an excellent opportunity to hear what the industry is experiencing, the developments and challenges it is facing as well as to get direct feedback on our work.

Patrick Hoedjes, Head of the Oversight & Supervisory Convergence Department, European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)

I must say I pretty much appreciate the opportunity to be here. I have learned a lot. It is really a good way of exchanging information between the different people that are speaking. In my role, I see one part of a picture. And being here I’ve been able to put it more altogether. So really great event.

Paul Janssens, Programme Director | Standards, SWIFT

I think it’s a very good opportunity for us regulators to share the experience and the plans with the participants about the challenges that they are facing with the implementation of our regulation.

Peter Mihalik, Director of Operations European Banking Authority (EBA)