29th RegTech Convention
November 29-30, 2022
The RegTech Convention, our annual industry event, will be back November 29-30, 2022 - and that for the 29th year in a row.
The RegTech Convention is a yearly, two-day conference organized by Regnology. The event is one of the largest financial market regulation and RegTech conferences, with more than 1,600 participants from over 80 countries. Participants include representatives from the banking sector, insurance companies, regulators, central banks, and the media.
This year's RegTech Convention motto is " Regulation 3.0". In what are times of unprecedented change we face significant political and economic challenges but also new opportunities. Financial market regulation is entering a new era, that of Regulation 3.0, which will be more technology and data driven than ever before.
The 29th RegTech Convention provides a global platform for industry stakeholders to discuss how digital technologies change the financial markets´ generation and exchange of information on which they base their decisions. Both regulators and regulated financial institutions recognize the need for a paradigm shift and are looking for innovative approaches that can improve regulatory reporting processes by unlocking the full potential of RegTech and SupTech. At this year's RegTech Convention we will discuss how Regulation 3.0 can make regulation smarter, better and more efficient.
The RegTech Convention is one of the largest financial regulation and RegTech conferences. Every year, our unique event brings together regulators, financial institutions, and industry experts from across the globe.
If possible – depending on the pandemic - the RegTech Convention will take place as a hybrid event. More information on a physical event will follow later in the year and communicated well in advance. In the meantime, you can already register for the virtual live stream. The virtual event platform offers you a unique conference experience.
The first day of the RegTech Convention features keynotes followed by panel discussions on Regulation 3.0 and revamping regulation. We look at best to lower reporting costs, the game changing possibilities of data driven innovation and challenges in ESG reporting among many other themes.
The second day focuses on topics related to our products. We will present the most important developments in our product and service portfolio and provide an outline of our planning for the coming year. In practice-oriented breakout sessions, we will also focus on topics from regulatory reporting, RegTech, SupTech, and tax reporting.
It’s a great pleasure to be here with 850 people who are sharp and educated and you can see how much thought they gave to this topics and to the future of economy, the future of capitalism, the future of regulation, the future of banking and the future of insurance and technology.
PhDr. Tomáš Sedláček, Ph.D.
It’s great to be here at this event, I feel very privileged to be invited and it’s been over 20 years now that SAP and BearingPoint have worked together on various topics and it’s really exciting to see how the event is growing every year.
Robert Cummings, Global Head of Financial Services Industries, SAP
I am deeply impressed by the large number of participants, especially from different countries. In terms of content, it has always been possible, from the point of view of reporting, to span the arc in terms of regulation and even into the philosophy of economics.
Dr. Johannes Turner, Director Statistics Department, Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB)
I had not expected such a large number of participants but that only shows, how important and significant regulatory topics and the interaction between banks and supervisors are.
Sonja Kardorf, Chief Risk Officer, Deutsche Leasing
It’s an opportunity to meet the industry, to hear also the questions they have and to really get good feedback in interactions on topics that both are interested in.
Patrick Hoedjes, Head of the Oversight & Supervisory Convergence Department, European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)
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)