• 2,000 attendees

  • 120 countries represented

  • 80+ high profile speakers

  • 2 conference days

Bringing regulators and the regulated together for 30 years

Events such as the 2007-2010 subprime crisis, the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the current global economic turmoil, and the more recent financial market incidents open the door to critical thinking.

Held under the motto “The Balancing Act of Reg and Tech”, the 2023 convention questioned how effectively regulation and technology has combined to help forge a more secure and stable world.

Exploring trends and challenges

We discussed if regulation has become too complex and costly to be effective, and looked at the consequences of digital transformation, questioning if fintech innovation has proved more of a challenge for FSIs to anticipate negative events, or an opportunity to improve responsiveness to evolving requirements.

Join us as we assess the effectiveness of advanced technologies in regulatory reporting and other capital markets areas, uncover the value of cooperation between regulators and the regulated, and envision future-oriented approaches to unlock the full potential of RegTech. ​

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30th RegTech Convention (2023) - Event summary

  • Day 1

    Industry event

    On the first day we presented keynotes and panel discussions with a focus on the potential role of tech as an enabler. ​
    Regulators, international organizations, and representatives from across the wide spectrum of financial institutions and corporates were invited to discuss how best RegTech can help tap into digital transformation, find innovative ways to cater to the ongoing pressure on costs and efficiency, while addressing increased requirements for sustainability.

  • Day 2

    User conference

    ​The second day opened with an insight into Regnology’s vision and outlook on the planning for the coming year, followed by conference streams with panel discussions, presentations and deep-dive sessions relevant to banking, transaction, suptech, insurance and tax reporting.​

Keynote - Trends and developments in macroeconomics and the outlook for Regulatory Reporting

Anders Borg - Swedish Minister of Finance (2006-2014)

During his time as the Swedish Minister of Finance (2006-2014) he was responsible for wide ranging reforms of the tax and welfare system. He managed the economy during the great financial crisis (2007-2008) and was deeply involved in finding solutions to the Euro area crisis.

Anders Borg has served on the Boards of a number of companies in the telecommunication, fintech and public administration sectors and has been an active member of the World Economic Forum for many years.

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Keynote - Supervision Re-imagined: How Technology Can Change Supervisory Engagement

Brandon Milhorn - Deputy to the Vice Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

In February 2023, Brandon Milhorn rejoined the FDIC as Deputy to Vice Chairman Travis Hill. He previously served as Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer for Chairman Jelena McWilliams.

Prior to the FDIC, Mr. Milhorn was Acting Vice President of Government Relations for Raytheon Company. From 2003 to 2011, he served in several positions in the United States Senate, including Republican Staff Director and Chief Counsel on the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and General Counsel for the Select Committee on Intelligence.

I had not expected such a large number of participants, but that only shows how important and significant regulatory topics are, as well as the interaction between banks and supervisors.

Sonja Kardorf Chief Risk Officer
Deutsche Leasing

You can see how much thought the participants 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 Lecturer | Council Member of the World Economic Forum | Former adviser to Czech President Vaclav Havel

For us Eurpoean Supervisors the RegTech Convention is an excellent opportunity to hear what the industry is experiencing, to see the developments and challenges it is facing, and to get direct feedback on our work.

Patrick Hoedjes Head of Oversight
European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)

Join thousands of regulators, financial services institutions, and other RegTech market participants as we discuss:​

  • The need to speed up the evolution of regulation​
  • How the transition to granular, real-time, forward-looking supervision can be accelerated​
  • How technology can contribute to establish high-quality common regulatory and supervisory standards​
  • The cloud opportunity to address the exponentially data-hungry regulation frameworks​
  • What role AI should play in safeguarding the banking systems​
  • How to balance ESG considerations with financial risk management​