Invoke's Head of Regulatory Division, Antoine Bourdais, will join the roundtable discussion at the upcoming Virtual Workshop: Access to Better Technology for (Supervisory) Reporting, organised by Europe's four banking associations.
The data requirements of banks and small and non-complex institutions (SNCIs) has increased massively. The need to capture, store, process and report data around the clock means that these institutions make huge investments in technology to meet their needs. In a recent report, the EBA (European Banking Authority) made a series of recommendations on how to improve access to better technology for supervisory reporting for banks. Now, the report is becoming reality, with a virtual workshop which brings together banks, SNCIs and RegTech providers to discuss the topics raised.
Organised by the four European banking associations - EBF, EACB, EAPB and ESBG* - the Access to Better Technology for (Supervisory) Reporting Virtual Workshop aims to raise awareness of how banks and SNCIs can use FinTech and RegTech solutions, and enable greater understanding of their technological needs and cost considerations.
Invoke's Head of Regulatory Division, Antoine Bourdais, will be taking part in an exciting roundtable discussion with other leading European RegTech providers, as they reply to the banks and discuss how their technology needs can be met.
February 18 2022 | 09.30am - 12.45pm (CET time)
The virtual workshop will begin with an introduction by the EBA and a look at their cost compliance report and analysis which underpins the event. There will be an in-depth discussion around needs and solution matching for banks, and how FinTech and RegTech can meet these requirements, along with use cases and examples, and a roundtable discussion between leading RegTechs as they reply to banks with their thoughts and expert insights. The event wraps up with a look ahead at possible outcomes and closing comments.
Don't miss Invoke's roundtable discussion with other leading RegTechs!
See more details and register on the EAPB website.
A joint event organised by *European Banking Federation, European Association of Cooperative Banks, European Association of Public Banks and European Savings Bank Group together with the European Banking Authority.