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The Expert-In-The-Loop Forum by Compliance.ai is the industry’s only event specific to Regulatory Change Management for the BFSI industry. The event brings together risk and compliance management executives and leaders from regulatory agencies that focus on regulatory concerns of Banking, Insurance, FinTechs, Asset Managers, and other Financial Services firms.
The EITL Forum provides an opportunity to make new connections, share best practices, and discuss regulatory directions and trends. Hear from industry experts about expected developments in regulations that affect the BFSI industry and how technology is helping legal, risk, and compliance teams to manage regulatory change.
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RegTech & Innovation Leader
Info-Tech Research Group
Dr. Iris Liliana Bleck
Chief Executive Officer
Sebastián Bravo Söhrens
Senior Content Consultant
Executive VP, CISO
Washington and Lee University School of Law
Head of Partnerships
Head of Compliance
Onbo by Stilt
Senior Director, Product Marketing
Regulatory Reporting Strategy Advisor
Insurance Practice Lead
Strategic Risk Associates
Vice President, Marketing
Strategic Account Manager
David Van Bruwaene
CEO and Co-Founder
President, COO & Co-Founder
Director, Advocacy, Communications and Public Affairs
ING Hubs Poland
Global Head of Risk and Compliance
Chief Product Officer
VP & Chief Risk Officer
VP, Head of Corporate Strategy and Development,
Early Warning (Zelle)
Cota FinTech Ventures
Executive VP, CISO
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At Compliance.ai, we love client feedback. We’re introducing the Customer Advisory Council to give you a forum to share insights with Compliance.ai and help shape our future direction. In this session, we’ll discuss expectations for the council, provide information on how you can participate, and review exciting updates for the Training Center and Customer Portal. This session is for current Compliance.ai Customers only.
The world continues to change, and each year brings new risks, rules and regulations for BFSI organizations to consider. This panel will discuss best practices for staying competitive in a time of uncertainty and growth, addressing how firms can proactively navigate and manage regulatory changes in the areas of privacy, ESG, third party vendor management, and more. Our expert advisors will cover trends, case studies and how you can prepare to manage regulations as we head into 2023.
Regulatory intelligence doesn’t live in a vacuum. To bridge the gap between regulatory change and policies, Compliance.ai is introducing Bring Your Own Content, a new product that allows you to see and understand your own content, including policies, legal guidance, remediation plans and audit findings in context with the regulatory changes you already access within Compliance.ai. Learn how you can start using Compliance.ai’s Bring Your Own Content to round out your regulatory change workflow.
The rapidly-evolving state of regulations and cryptocurrency - why is this important and what does this mean for your organization? In this session, our expert panel will discuss perspectives on the economic, market and political environment surrounding cryptocurrency and share their views on government regulations, managing crypto risks, and a comparison of US vs. global regions in regards to crypto adoption and framework.
Organizations achieve their objectives by taking risks. Archer is a leader in the risk management space, helping companies look at the relationship of strategies, objectives, products, policies, and regulatory obligations. Compliance.ai’s mission is to transform how regulated organizations specifically within the BFSI industries address compliance and regulatory risk. In this session, learn how Compliance.ai and Archer bridge the gap to enable best of breed RCM with GRC by connecting regulatory changes to risk controls, policies and procedures.
Cyber risks in the insurance sector are particularly dynamic, and it’s essential for organizations to stay in tune with the latest developments and thinking. In this panel session, our expert speakers will discuss the growing challenges and lay the landscape of cyber insurance, potential limits, and trends. The conversation will cover new and evolving risks of cybersecurity, data availability, and differences between US vs. Europe.
The process of benchmarking is necessary to compare your organization’s compliance program elements, structure and processes to the external practices of your peers and the industry. In this discussion, our expert speakers will review the benefits of benchmarking, how to accomplish it, and what it means to run a successful RCM program.
Although many organizations have tried (often diligently) to embed ERM as part of the corporate DNA, the results have largely been disappointing. Few organizations have made the journey from Reactive to Proactive Risk Management. This session offers insights and examples into what has prevented a company’s successful transition. ERM maturity follows three distinct stages: Hindsight Culture, Insight Culture, and Foresight Culture. Each requires its own set of tools/maturities, and each stage must be achieved before organizations can mature and advance forward. Using our experience, we lay out the milestones of the process phase, what is required to transition to each next phase, and specific challenges to avoid.
Our panel of expert advisors will cover the topic of Regulatory Change Management and how this differs by jurisdiction. They will review this topic across several geographic regions, including Europe, Canada and the USA, and cover reporting requirements to both internal constituents (management, committees and audit) and external regulators, answering the question of why is this important to me and my organization.