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Compliance and Regulation Forum

Fintech and Cybersecurity
30 October 2018 8:30am to 11:00am GMT
Allen & Overy // One Bishops Square // London E1 6AD

Join FIA on Tuesday 30 October for the Compliance and Regulation Forum on Fintech and Cyber Security. The forum will consist of a keynote address from Regulatory bodies, the FCA and Bank of England and two panels.

Event Details

event 30 October 2018
schedule 08:30 to 11:00
place Allen & Overy // One Bishops Square // London E1 6AD
local_atm Complimentary for FIA members.

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CURRENT PROGRAMME

  • FCA presentation on sandbox sharing.
  • Panel: Blockchain, Smart Contracts, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning – these are just a few of the fintech developments that have the potential to disrupt the cleared derivatives industry.  How does the industry adopt innovation yet manage the potential risks that it brings?  Our panel will discuss the real-life challenges that the industry faces, not just from the perspective of understanding and adopting new technology, but also how they remain compliant with global regulatory requirements.
  • Regulatory presentation on Cyber Security

  • Panel: Cyber Security versus Cyber Resiliency.  The financial sector’s ecosystem has been built on interconnectedness, with the flow of information through financial market infrastructures (FMIs) critical to health of the markets and the wider economy.  How does the cleared derivatives industry manage the security of that information, and how do market infrastructure providers maintain resiliency from the threat of deliberate or accidental impact to their systems, especially when they operate across a variety of jurisdictions and different regulatory requirements?

 

 

 

 

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