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SupTech: Disruptive Technologies in Reporting, Regulation and Supervision
In 2021, disruptive technological innovation continues to transform financial systems whilst Covid-19 brings new threats to the regulatory and supervisory regimes that protect financial systems. Cryptocurrencies are forcing regulators and supervisors to take sides, cyber threats bring new dimensions to systemic risk, and digitalisation is generating revolutionary platforms for financial crime and fraud.
Proactive application of advanced technologies like machine learning or DLT also opens up unprecedented regulatory and supervisory possibilities. RegTech and SupTech offer new tools and frameworks to accelerate risk-based reporting, monitor systemic risk as well as supervise financial institutions based on Big Data. Increasingly, central bankers recognise that in order to make the most of these emerging opportunities, significant change is needed: at methodological, technical and institutional levels.
This seminar, ‘SupTech: Disruptive Technologies in Reporting, Regulation and Supervision’ is designed to equip delegates with the tools to meet these current challenges facing central bankers, regulators and supervisors with an active interest in regulatory and supervisory technology.