Central Banking FinTech and RegTech Global Summit

The 1st Central Banking FinTech &amp; RegTech Global Summit is the only event dedicated exclusively to the needs of the official sector and focused on how central bankers, regulators and supervisors can make the most of FinTech, RegTech and SupTech tools.<br /> Central Banking FinTech&amp;RegTech Global Summit will feature interactive, content-led and practical sessions led by 30+ expert speakers with 60+ central banks and regulators from 6 continents

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Content-led practical sessions feature expert speakers on:

Topics covered in 2018 Summit

  • FinTech RegTech and SupTech – key building blocks
  • Cyber security and resilience
  • AML and anti-fraud
  • Financial inclusion
  • Big Data analytics
  • Distributed ledger technology and blockchain
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Risk-based reporting
  • Regulatory intention vs interpretation – managing the gap
  • Alternative payment and settlement systems
  • Crypto-currencies – regulation and supervision
  • Digital money – central banks’ projects and initiatives
  • InsurTech

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Scott Hendry

Senior Special Director FinTech

Bank of Canada

Scott Hendry was appointed senior director Financial Technology (FinTech) in the Funds Management and Banking Department (FBD) of the Bank of Canada in June 2016. In this role, he oversees the Bank’s efforts to monitor and research developments and implications of new technologies affecting the financial sector. He previously held the role of Director of Research for FBD and, before that, for the Financial Markets Department (FMD). His personal research has focused on electronic money, price discovery in the Canadian government bond market, and central bank communication. He has a PhD in Economics from the University of Western Ontario.

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Sopnendu Mohanty

Chief FinTech Officer

Monetary Authority of Singapore

Sopnendu Mohanty is responsible for creating development strategies, public infrastructure and regulatory policies around technology innovation. Mr. Mohanty has spent over 20 years in various leadership roles globally in technology, finance and innovation. He has co-authored several patented works in area of retail distribution of the financial sector.                Mr. Mohanty extensively engages with ecosystems of various jurisdictions on innovation, policy making and tech enabled financial services. He is on the Institutional Investor’s list of influential FinTech global dealmakers. Mr. Mohanty has been recognised internationally as a FinTech thought leader and he was recently named the Market Reformer of the Year by IFL, Euromoney. 

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Assylbek Davletov

Chief FinTech Officer

Astana Financial Services Authority (AFSA)

Assylbek Davletov, is Chief FinTech Officer and the Member of the Executive Body at the Astana Financial Services Authority (AFSA). Mr. Davletov is responsible for development of regulatory policies aimed at facilitating the adoption of technological innovations in the financial services industry, and deployment of AIFC Fintech Regulatory Sandbox.

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Oldrich Dedek

Board Member and Executive Director

Czech National Bank

Oldrich Dedek graduated at the Prague School of Economics. In 1996-98 he was active as an adviser to the governor of the Czech National Bank and to the prime minister of the Czech Republic. In 1999-2005 he was vice-governor of the Czech National Bank. In March 2007 he was appointed by the Czech government to the position of the chief coordinator for euro adoption in the Czech Republic. Since 2017 he has served his second term in the Board of the Czech National Bank. Mr Dedek is also a lecturer in the Institute of Economic Studies at the Charles University in Prague.

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Abhaya Prasad Hota

former CEO

National Payments Corporation of India

Abhaya Prasad Hota was until recently the managing director and CEO of National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). Previously, Mr Hota worked at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for 27 years before joining the NPCI in the area of design, development and implementation of electronic payment systems. At RBI, Mr Hota headed the Department of Payment and Settlement System. During the NPCI tenure during 2009-17, he was instrumental in launching two game-changing remittance products: Immediate Payment System and Unified Payments Interface (UPI), Aadhar Payments Bridge and RuPay domestic card payment network. He combines the experience of a regulator and CEO of a technology-led national level payments utility. He had played a key role in promotion of digital payments in the aftermath of demonetisation in India. 

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Roel Mehlkopf

Senior Economist, Supervisory Policy Division

De Nederlandsche Bank

Roel Mehlkopf is a senior strategy advisor at The Netherlands Bank, the Dutch central bank, in the Strategy Department of the Supervision Policy Division, which is concerned with forward-looking supervision at the horizon up to five years. Mr Mehlkopf co-authored a thematic examination into the use of machine learning in loan markets. The study was published in autumn 2017 and contained implications for policy makers to address potential new risks in prudential supervision and regulation. He is affiliated with Tilburg University in the Netherlands, on a part time basis, and has been a visiting scholar at University of Pennsylvania.

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Clair Mills

Head of Change & Data Management

Bank of England

Clair is currently Head of Change & Data Management; responsible for the delivery of the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) Change Portfolio, Data Management, Strategic Business Systems and PRA Brexit Implementation across the organisation. She has 20 years’ extensive financial services experience operating at board level and leading strategic and transformational change, in a number of complex organisations. Having started in the Building Society sector, she then worked in retail banking management before moving into IT and Operational Project Management. After 10 years in consultancy roles delivering large scale strategic IT, data and operational change, Clair joined the Financial Services Authority in 2011 to lead the Internal Twin Peaks programme to transition to the PRA and FCA regulatory model, and moved across with the PRA to the Bank of England at legal cutover.

In her current role, as well as supporting the business in identifying, scoping and implementing business and systems change, and responsibility for the delivery of a Supervisory Operating Model for a post Brexit world, Clair is responsible for driving a demand-led data approach for the PRA – supporting end-users to make the best use of the data available, whilst seeking to develop the PRA’s data analytics capability to better meet their needs. Keeping up with advances in data techniques and technologies can be quite a challenge as well as being an exciting field to work in.

Clair’s home is a working farm in rural Devon, which she shares with her husband and son. Her passion since childhood is horses, together with helping out on the farm, this provides a great way to recharge batteries and very different challenges!

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Maciej Piechocki

RegTech Management Board Member

BearingPoint

Dr. Maciej Piechocki is RegTech Management Board Member at BearingPoint. For the last 10 years, he has been specializing in the areas of digitalization, regulation and Big Data especially in the financial services sector. In his role, Maciej is responsible to deliver services and solutions to regulatory clients such as banks, insurance companies, central banks and supervisory authorities in the areas of regulatory reporting, regulatory management and regulatory analytics. Maciej deals with regulations such as Basel 3, Solvency 2, IFRSs, MiFID but also implements standards such as XBRL or SDMX. 

During his career, Maciej has been working with a number of regulators worldwide such as Deutsche Bundesbank, the European Banking Authority, the European Central Bank, the Polish Central Bank, the SEC in the US, Japan’s FSA, the Chinese Ministry of Finance. He was also working with a number of large banks, insurers and listed companies. He has been working in consulting, software development, accounting standard setting and in academia.
 

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Jermy Prenio

Senior Advisor, Financial Stability Institute

Bank for International Settlements

Jermy Prenio joined the Financial Stability Institute (FSI), Bank for International Settlements in 2016. He is involved in managing the FSI’s outreach programme for banking supervision, contributes to the FSI’s published work mainly through FSI Insights on policy implementation, and manages the FSI Connect content of online policy-related materials for banking supervisors.  He represents the FSI in the BCBS Operational Resilience Group and Task Force on Financial Technology. 

Prior to joining the FSI, he was Deputy Director for Regulatory Affairs at the Institute of International Finance (IIF) in Washington, DC. At the IIF, his main role involved leading the formulation of global industry views on regulatory issues coming out of international standard-setting organizations, such as the BCBS and FSB. This included chairing industry working groups made up of representatives from the largest banks around the world, leading these groups in meetings with aforementioned organisations, and working to achieve membership consensus on various international regulatory issues.  

Jermy also worked as a regulator in the Philippines where he served as, among others, Head of the Task Force on the Implementation of Basel II and representative in policy-oriented international meetings. He was seconded as a Technical Adviser to the FSI in 2005, where he focused on Basel II-related topics and the impact of credit risk transfer activities on financial markets.

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Johannes Turner

Director of the Statistics

National Bank of Austria

Johannes Turner is director of the Statistics Department of the National Bank of Austria, which is in charge of compiling and analysing monetary, interest rate, supervisory and external statistics and maintaining the Austrian Central Credit Register. He is a member of the Statistics Committee of the European System of Central Banks, and a representative in the Committee on Monetary, Financial and Balance of Payments Statistics in Luxembourg (CMFB). Since 2013 Johannes Turner has been representative in the ESF (European Statistical Forum) and since 2016 he has been vice president of the European Committee of the Central Balance-Sheet Data Offices (ECCBSO). He is advisory board member of Statistics Austria (NSI) and a member of the ERP (European Recovery Programme) Audit Committee. In 2014-15 he chaired the European Central Bank taskforce for a harmonised reporting framework for banks in Europe. He was promoted to his current position in June 2010 after having worked on banking supervision at the National Bank of Austria for 18 years. Mr Turner holds a master's degree and a PhD in business administration from the University of Vienna.


 

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Eric Wolfe

Former Deputy Managing Director, Funds Management and Banking Department

Bank of Canada

Eric Wolfe has over 25 years applied experience in market, credit and operational risk management and was most recently Deputy Managing Director of the Funds Management and Banking Department at the Bank of Canada.  His previous roles have spanned asset management, credit derivatives, trading risk management and macroeconomic forecasting, across Asia, North America and Europe.

Eric holds an M.A. in economics from the University of Toronto, is a CFA charterholder and has received the Professional Risk Manager designation.

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Hiromi Yamaoka

Director General of the Payment and Settlement Systems Department

Bank of Japan

Hiromi Yamaoka is Director General of the Payment and Settlement Systems Department, the Bank of Japan.  Before assuming the current duty, he experienced various positions in the Bank including Representative in Paris (1994-1996), Head of Economic Analysis in the Research & Statistics Department (1997-1998), Senior Economist in Policy Planning Office (1998-2004) and Head of Large Bank Surveillance in the Financial System & Bank Examination Department (2006-2007), Alternate Executive Director for Japan in the International Monetary Fund (2007-2010) and member of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (2011-2012). He also served as Director General of the Financial Markets Department (2013-2015)

Mr. Yamaoka graduated from the University of Tokyo with an LL.B. in 1986.  He also holds an LL.M. from University of California (Berkeley) Boalt Hall School of Law (1990).  He has been admitted to New York Bar.
 

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Srinivas Yanamandra

Chief Compliance

New Development Bank

Dr. Srinivas Yanamandra is Chief, Compliance at the New Development Bank (NDB) Headquartered in Shanghai. NDB is established by BRICS member countries to mobilize resources for infrastructure and sustainable development projects in BRICS and other emerging economies and developing countries.

Srinivas has around 17 years of experience as a compliance officer in Indian banking industry with hands-on expertise relating to various aspects of banking regulation (such as governance, risk management, prudential reporting, risk-based supervision, digital banking and financial crime compliance). At NDB, Srinivas is responsible for operationalizing the compliance function, monitoring the implementation of compliance policy framework (comprising ethics & business conduct, anti-money laundering, anti-fraud and anti-corruption) and institutionalizing the compliance culture across the organization. He is also spearheading the initiative of tracking the regulatory developments across BRICS member countries in the area of fintech and digital economy.

On professional front, Srinivas is a qualified accountant (Chartered Accountant and Cost & Management Accountant with national ranks in all academic examinations), a Fellow of International Compliance Association, UK and a Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialist (USA). He holds a doctorate degree (2013) from the University of Manchester, UK with research interests spanning across topics relating to monetary policy, financial instability, regulatory reforms and bank governance.

Further, as a visiting fellow at University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), UK, Srinivas is currently exploring the role of financial regulation in promoting sustainable infrastructure in BRICS cities.

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Nathalie Pauline Tuxen

Head of Payments Systems

Denmark’s Nationalbank

Nathalie Pauline Tuxen is head of payments systems in Denmark’s Nationalbank. This work includes leading the secretariat of a financial sector forum established in 2016 regarding operational resilience and cybersecurity, oversight of the financial infrastructure as well as analysis and strategies for payment. Ms Tuxen holds a master’s degree in economics from Copenhagen University, as well as a dîplome de L'Ecole Nationale D'Administration, France, and a masters of philosophy in economics from the University of Cambridge, UK. 

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Marius Jurgilas

Board Member

Bank of Lithuania

Prior to joining the Bank of Lithuania, Marius Jurgilas worked as Economist at Norges Bank and the Bank of England, Researcher at the European Central Bank, and gained academic experience in the US. As Member of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania, he is in charge of payment services and their development, FinTech, research and cash, as well as units performing related functions. To address related issues, he participates in meetings of the ECB Governing Council and committees, scientific conferences, as well as represents the central bank of the Republic of Lithuania at various international economic fora and organisations.

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Serdar Guner

MS, Chief Regulatory Officer

AFSA

Mr Serdar Güner joined the Astana Financial Services Authority as the Managing Director and Chief Regulatory Officer in May 2018. 

After graduating from Brooklyn College in New York with a Degree and Masters in Economics, Mr Güner joined the New York State Banking Department. His primary responsibilities included on and offsite examinations of the major money centre banks, savings institutions and credit unions. He was assigned to the Tokyo offices of the Department in 1998 where he was responsible for both on and offsite reviews and risk assessments of complex derivatives, one-off structured products and instruments newly introduced in the market within the Asia Pacific region. He joined the Department’s London offices in 2004 focusing on the same banks’ European and South American operations while taking on the responsibility of retail-based banking operations of Article XII companies and large money centre institutions. 
 
In 2007, Mr Güner joined the Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority as an Associate Director within the Supervision Department, responsible for the operations of banks, investment banks, Islamic institutions and branches in the Centre.  In 2010 he joined the Dubai Financial Services Authority and was responsible for areas spanning prudential and conduct supervision matters ranging from day-to-day supervision of firms to supervisory framework implementation and FinTech in leadership roles.  

In addition to a Master’s Degree in Economics from Brooklyn College, Mr Güner has a post graduate diploma in Islamic Banking from IIBI and International Diplomas in Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Prevention from ICA. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner, (CFE-USA), and a Certified Anti-Money 
Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and has a Certificate in Islamic Banking from CISI and in FinTech from MIT.

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Phillip Straley

President

Financial Network Analytics

Phillip Straley is the President of FNA and leads commercial and corporate functions
globally.
For 25 years, Phillip has been an advisor to many of the leading financial regulators,
central banks and supranational bodies in finance, and a consultant to commercial and
investment banks on regulatory and risk management issues. Areas of particular focus
have been bank capital and liquidity management, Board-level risk appetite, and
credit risk. He has also worked hands on with both banks and supervisors in financial
sector restructuring through both the 1997-98 Asia crisis and the 2007-8 global
financial crisis. He brings to FNA deep experience in formulation and implementation
of prudential banking regulation, and in Asia Pacific markets, having been based in
Asia for more than 20 years.
Prior to FNA, Phillip led finance, risk, regulatory and analytics practices of several
prominent professional services firms, most recently as the Managing Partner for the
Risk & Regulatory practice of PwC in Asia Pacific.

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Kimmo Soramäki

Founder and CEO

Financial Network Analytics

Kimmo Soamäki is the founder and CEO of Financial Network Analytics (FNA) and the founding editor-in-chief of The Journal of Network Theory in Finance. He started his career as an economist at the Bank of Finland where he developed in 1997 the first simulation model for interbank payment systems. In 2004 while at the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Mr Soramäki was among the first to apply methods from network theory to improve our understanding of financial systems. During the financial crisis of 2007-2008 he advised several central banks, including the Bank of England and European Central Bank, in modelling interconnections and systemic risk. This work led him to found FNA in 2013 provide solutions to monitor the complex financial networks that play a continually larger role in the world around us. Mr Soramäki holds a Doctor of Science in Operations Research and a Master of Science in Economics (Finance), both from Aalto University in Helsinki.

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Adolfo Sarmiento

Head of Economic Consultancy, Advisor to the Board

Central Bank of Uruguay

Adolfo Sarmiento is Head of Economic Consultancy, advising to the board at the Central Bank of Uruguay, he is responsible for Financial Stability and Economic Research and coordinator of the FinTech Group for the financial system in the country. As advisor he is also involved in the negotiation of MERCOSUR financial services issues and in Risk evaluation of the financial system.
He holds a degree in Economics of the University of the Republic of Uruguay, a Master in Applied Macroeconomics of the Catholic University of Chile and is PhD (Candidate) for the Catholic University of Argentina. 
 

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Ryan Flood

CTO

Vizor Software

Ryan Flood joined Vizor in 2004, and over the course of the following 14 years, he has been instrumental in the design and development of the suite of software products. He has spent significant time on-site with leading financial supervisors across the world where he has taken a lead role in the design and implementation of solution landscapes.  In his current role as CTO, Ryan is active in various regulatory communities and heads up the company’s Product Design function ensuring Vizor products deliver the optimal user experience and value. Being a member of the Vizor innovation team Ryan, continuously innovates and also evaluates new technology tools and trends for the company and the community we serve. He holds a BSc in Mathematical Sciences and Computing from University of Limerick and an MSc in Computer Science from and University College Dublin.

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Guan Seng Khoo

Adjunct Lecturer

Singapore Management University

Former Head of ERM/ GRC, Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo)
Former Senior Director, Risk Management, Temasek Holdings

Mr Guan Seng Khoo has over 28 years’ of experience in the design and implementation of enterprise wide investment and risk management models, systems and processes. He gained deep practical insights from a career spanning across financial institutions in the US, Canada, UK and Singapore, including the Man Group where he was the Principal Scientist, designing and running an algorithmic hedge fund, at American Bourses Corporation which provided robo-based analytical solutions and financial info-utilities to traders and investors in the US and N Asia, at ATOS Origin, RHB Capital, Singapore Exchange, Standard Chartered Bank, Temasek Holdings, Alberta Investment Management Corporation and CAI, the global airport investment arm of Changi Airport Group (CAG). Mr Khoo holds a PhD in Computational Physics (Material Science) from the National University of Singapore, with post-doc R&D in AI-based data mining and applications in Japan and America.

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Mardilson Queiroz

Senior Advisor to the Regulation Department

Central Bank of Brazil

Senior Advisor of the Financial System Regulation Department at the Central Bank of Brazil, Doctor of Economics and graduate in Electronic Engineer. He has been a staff member of the Central Bank of Brazil for more than 20 years and has participated in working groups of the World Bank and the BIS on issues related to standards and good practices in the area of payment systems. Was responsible for the regulation of the business model on loans between people through electronic platforms (P2P lending), recently published by the Central Bank of Brazil.

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Geoffroy de Lamalle

CEO

eProseed

Geoffroy de Lamalle is the founder and CEO of eProseed RTC, a RegTech company headquartered in Luxembourg providing regulatory and supervision technologies dedicated to supervisory authorities and regulatory bodies, globally. With over 20 years of experience in IT and RegTech across Europe, US, and Middle-East, Geoffroy is a frequent speaker at international events and advocate of disruptive technologies in regulatory and finance landscapes. He is also the Founder and CEO of multiple leading technology advisory companies such as eProseed, iMendos, Hillios..

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Makoto Takemiya

Co-CEO and Co-Founder

Soramitsu

Makoto Takemiya is a Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Soramitsu and Co-Founder of Sora. Makoto is an innovator, blockchain and crypto expert. He has authored more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers and actively engages in research. He has an M.S. in Computer Science from the California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo and is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Tokyo. 

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Ivan Mortimer-Schutts

Payments and Digital Finance Specialist

World Bank Group

Mr. Mortimer-Schutts is a Senior Financial Sector Specialist within the World Bank Group, focusing on retail payments and Digital Financial Services in East Asia.  Ivan has private and public sector expertise in financial services development and policy and economic research. He works closely with banks, fintech companies and the real sector to help accelerate partnerships that support sector development. He joined the World Bank Group from BNP Paribas, where he led Group retail and mobile banking strategy and development initiatives for BNPP’s retail operations in emerging markets. Prior to that he was head of business development for a European start-up equity broker (Self Trade / DAB) helping this company expand from France into 4 other EU markets. He joined Self Trade in 2000 from Ernst & Young Germany, where he was senior consultant, advising financial institutions.
In the area of policy and regulation, Ivan was in charge of MiFID implementation for BNP Paribas; He also led financial sector regulatory studies for the Groupe d’Economie Mondiale in Paris, working in partnership with the AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies
Ivan has a BSc (Econ) from the London School of Economics, an MPhil in International Economics from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Science Po) and is a graduate of the UWC of the Atlantic.
 

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Piotr Maicki

FinTech Specialist, Payment Systems

National Bank of Poland

Piotr Maicki, a graduate, PhD candidate and lecturer at the Warsaw School of Economics, where he conducts financial innovation research within the framework of the doctoral dissertation "Impact of FinTech on the innovativeness of the payment system in Poland", also graduated from the Law at the University of Warsaw, an expert in the field of FinTech and blockchain technology at the National Bank of Poland (Narodowy Bank Polski).

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Rich Wickens

Technical Specialist

Bank of England

Rich Wickens is the lead taxonomy architect and data collection & modelling subject matter expert at the Bank of England. With experience in data and risk analysis within the prudential regulatory authority and change management roles he joined the central technology area to innovate how we define data collection requirements, both from the policy (data modelling) and technical (schemas and taxonomies) perspectives.

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Central Banking FinTech & RegTech Global Awards

Central Banking Publications is excited to announce that the Central Banking FinTech & RegTech Global Summit 2018 will run in unison with the Central Banking FinTech & RegTech Global Awards 2018. The awards will take place on the 6 September 2018, at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. Entries close - 20 June, 2018. To find out more information about the awards, please follow the link below.

 

2018 AWARDS

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Asia Training Series

Join central bankers from across the globe at our Asia Training Series, hosted from the 27 – 29 November 2018 at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur. Featuring brand new seminars, this year’s series will cover the following topics: Financial Inclusion, Mobile Payments, Cyber Risk, Regtech & Suptech and Business Resilience.

Cambridge Training Series

Join central bankers from across the globe at our annual Cambridge Training Series, hosted from the 11- 21 September 2018 at the prestigious Christs College, Cambridge. In its 20th year, seminars will cover the following topics: Big Data, Oversight of Financial Market Infrastructures, AML/CFT, Financial Reporting, Financial Regulation & Supervision, Monetary Operations, Risk Management and Human Resources. 

FinTech and Deregulation

The book provides a guide to the financial technology revolution, and the disruption, innovation and opportunity therein. It advances the concept of how the rapid pace of FinTech expansion relates to new challenges in operational risk management. Helping readers to understand what FinTech is; how it is engrained in the new risk paradigm for financial services; and how to think about risk management as FinTech grows.