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EY Financial Crime and Reg-Tech: Trends and challenges for 2020

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EY is pleased to invite you to a discussion and debate on trends and challenges within financial crime and regulatory technology for 2020. Market leading experts will inspire and challenge you about central topics and trends for 2020, when we offer you inspiration and good ideas for solutions to your business challenges.

Financial crime and the regulatory landscape are constantly experiencing more focus as well as needs for digital solutions and expert knowledge to solve the complex challenges that financial institutions are facing. However, with digital transformation comes increased financial crime risk. Managing financial crime risk is thus large and increasing, from both a cost and operational perspective. The combination of rising compliance costs, increasing regulatory requirements and elevated risk exposure makes managing financial crime a top for the financial institutions.

At times, it seems as if the financial sector is fighting an uphill battle in managing financial crime compliance. Traditional compliance methods that rely on manual processes and legacy technologies are unsustainable and resource consuming, given the huge data volumes to monitor and the complexity of global banking networks.

How can banks innovate and adopt new technologies not only to address regulatory compliance demands but also to effectively disrupt financial crime?
 

Agenda

08.30 - 09.00 Registration and Breakfast
 
09.00 - 09.15

EY and Reg-Tech Survey, Maja K. Frederiksen
Findings from our Reg-Tech and Compliance survey
 

09.15 - 10.00 Ebbe Petersen, Lead Solution Engineer and SME at FundApps
FundApps, a true Reg Tech innovator, will let us in how they seek to help e.g. investment managers harness the power of community and technology to automate regulatory compliance
 
10.00 - 10.15 Break and Networking
 
10.15 - 11.00 Financial Crime, Adam Sandenholt
Behavioral Design, Mikkel Holm Sørensen, PhD and CEO at KL7

Combined session: Financial Crime and Human Behavior in different context
 
11.00 - 11.45

Sune Gabelgaard, Head of Digital Fraud, Intelligence & Research at Nets
Nets will share with us their take on how they work with Financial Crime and Digital Skimming
 

11.45 - 12.00 Closing and Goodbye
 
12.00 - Lunch and Networking


To focus on these trends and challenges, EY is pleased to invite you to a combined “Financial Crime and Reg-Tech seminar”. The seminar is held Friday 22 November 2019 from 08:30 - 12:00.