VP, Strategic Alliances
Launched in 2020, the RegTech 20/20 podcast from Encompass gives a 360 view of the RegTech industry, bringing the issues that really matter in regulatory compliance and technology into focus.
We speak to industry experts and commentators to answer the questions you have about RegTech, offering regular insight from around the world.
Below are all the episodes of the RegTech podcast for you to listen to at your leisure. You will also find us on your favourite podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Podcasts, and many more.
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We’re back with another episode of the RegTech 20/20 podcast, and are bringing something a little different, as we team up with our partners at Accuity for a joint episode focusing on all things KYC and digital transformation, exploring the successes, the challenges, and what the future may hold.
We speak with Nick Ford, Encompass’ VP, Strategic Alliances, who has years of experience of leading successful partnerships in the industry, and Dal Sahota, who is currently VP of Bankers Almanac Risk and Compliance product propositions for Accuity.
After a break, we return with a special episode delving into research around the impact of regulations on bank valuations.
Hear from the author, academic and Head of Delivery and Customer Success at Encompass, Dr Henry Balani, as well as Francis Gross (Senior Advisor at the European Central Bank) as they discuss the true effect of regulations and what the future may hold.
European Central Bank
We explore the topic of Client Lifecycle Management – or CLM – and the role of RegTech in powering initiatives. We hear from Alex Dixon (Global Head of Client Lifecycle Management and KYC, Pega) and Jo Scanlan, who has worked at leading banks including ANZ, as they share their insights into the CLM process from a bank’s perspective, how they can get it right, and the value of RegTech.
And, as we begin to look to 2021, we ask Wayne Johnson (CEO and co-founder, Encompass) to reflect on the last 12 months and look to what lies ahead.
This episode brings you what you need to know about Open Banking, as we look at its rise and relationship with RegTech.
To do that, we speak with Gavin Littlejohn (Chairman, Financial Data and Technology Association) and Jamie Leach (Founder, Open Data Australia), who will be giving us the view from Down Under.
Financial Data and Technology Association
Open Data Australia
We shed light on what it means to be ‘regulator ready’ and the role of RegTechs in assisting businesses to meet their compliance obligations.
Joining us to discuss what you need to know are our guests, financial crime expert Samantha Sheen and Daniel Gozman (Director of Engaged Research, The University of Sydney).
Financial crime and compliance expert
The University of Sydney
In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, which recognises the achievements of women in STEM careers, we bring you a special panel episode of the RegTech 20:20 podcast, focusing on women in the industry.
Joined by Victoria Martin (Head of Risk, 11:FS), Marisol Lopez Mellado (Head of KYC Services, IHS Markit) and Lucy Heavens (co-founder, RegTech Women), we discuss female representation, how to encourage the next generation, and more.
The spotlight is firmly on the USA, as we take a deep dive into the financial crime landscape and what it is that makes it unique.
Joining host Alex Ford to discuss key developments, as well as where RegTech fits into the equation, are two people who know the industry inside out, Pawneet Abramowski (Chief Compliance Officer, CFSB) and Encompass’ Dr Henry Balani.
What do the terms efficiency, transparency and respect mean in RegTech? That’s what we discuss in this episode, as our host, Alex Ford, asks some industry figures who know best.
First up, we hear from Kent Mackenzie and Sean Moore, who are on opposite sides of the globe but work together within the risk advisory practice of professional services network Deloitte. They will be breaking down just what these words mean in financial services, while, later in the episode, we delve into the issue from the perspective of the RegTech, as Anastasia Dokuchaeva (Head of Partnerships, ClauseMatch) gives her take.
In this month’s episode, we delve into RegTech from the view of the regulator, as our host, Alex Ford, speaks with Francesca Hopwood Road (Head of RegTech and Advanced Analytics at the Financial Conduct Authority).
Francesca tells us about the FCA’s work with RegTechs, the growing link between RegTech and supervisory technology (SupTech), and more, as she shares her industry insight.
Financial Conduct Authority
We look at the place of technology in fighting financial crime, as we consider how ready firms are for innovation and reflect on current practices.
Host Alex Ford is joined by Teodora Christova (EMEA Partner Manager, Refinitiv) to focus on their recent research report on the subject, and we also hear from Charles Delingpole (founder and CEO, ComplyAdvantage), who gives us his perspective from the center of the industry.
We discuss the impact of COVID-19 on our industry, and how RegTech can help organizations adapt and respond.
Joining host Alex Ford are Gus Tomlinson (General Manager, Identity Fraud, GBG), and Alan Samuels (Head of Product, Encompass) who offer their take on what’s happening now, as well as what the future may look like.
We’re joined by guests Deborah Young (CEO, The RegTech Association), and Stephen Allen, member of the Encompass advisory board and former Executive Director at Macquarie.
Australian financial institutions’ management of their regulatory responsibilities continues to come under the spotlight. This increased scrutiny should lead to much-needed modernisation of business operations in relation to financial crime compliance. We speak to our guests about the state of play within RegTech in Australia, and where companies should be focusing their efforts.
The RegTech Association
In this episode, we’re joined by guests Matthew Neill (Managing Director, OpTechs), and digital transformation and fintech influencer, Chris Skinner.
As the role development of FinTech and RegTech continues to accelerate, it is important to know how this will change businesses both now and in the future. We discuss how banks and practitioners are adapting to face organizational challenges.
Author and digital transformation influencer
In this episode, we’re joined by guests Alex Tame (Global Director, Partners and Content Integration at Dow Jones Risk & Compliance) and Janine Hirt (COO at Innovate Finance).
As regulations ramp up, RegTech is being brought more to the fore. But has the industry really ‘earned its seat at the table’? Our guests’ give us their take on its reputation, growth and why key financial services players are now taking notice.
Dow Jones Risk & Compliance
In this episode, we focus on predictions for the year ahead with a look at 2020’s key drivers for FinTech and its relationship with RegTech, in an interview with guests Stephen Ingledew (CEO, FinTech Scotland) and Lou Smith (FinTech envoy for Scotland).
AML and financial crime expert Dr Henry Balani also gives us insight into what’s ahead in the AML space, as he shares some insight from recent research he conducted into AML fines.
Lloyd’s of London