Regulation, Data and Tech – How they can work in harmony?
The regulatory landscape is changing all of the time. The publication of the Regulatory Initiatives Grid will have brought home to many how ever more complex the regulatory landscape is becoming. As the FCA are developing their plans to become a “Data Led” regulator, what does this mean for firms, how might this play out in practice, and what can firms do to ensure that they are keeping up?
Policymakers are currently reviewing the UK’s approach to regulation of financial services to reflect our new position outside the EU and to ensure the regulatory framework is fit for the future. A regulatory regime which fosters innovation and competitiveness as part of the core goal of good customer outcomes will also ensure this contribution will both continue and expand further.
This briefing will cover the opportunities that a new architecture for regulating the UK financial services sector will bring. This should enable the industry to support the economy through building consumers’ wealth resilience and ensuring the market is efficient, internationally competitive and open for business.
Worksmart’s Director of Regulation & Market Engagement Julie Pardy, is one of the briefing’s key speakers in this briefing hosted by The Investment Association, and will discuss primarily this question of how regulation, data and tech can work in harmony. This event is designed for stakeholders to consider the implications of the future regulatory framework in the UK alongside key policy officials and how changes to the regulatory architecture will evolve now the UK is outside the EU.
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