RegTech Association launches to tackle growing industry

The pioneering group hopes to advance the use of technology and enhance regulatory compliance outcomes in Australia and APAC

RegTech Association launches to tackle growing industry
In an event in Sydney today, the RegTech Association officially launches with 13 founding members that hope to advance the regulatory technology industry in Australia and in the Asia Pacific.

Hosted by global firm Allens, the event will include an exclusive speaker panel that will discuss the state of play and future opportunities for growing the RegTech ecosystem in the region. The aim of the association is to promote good corporate practice in compliance management

Matt Symons, Red Marker CEO and RegTech Association director, will open the event, which will be moderated by Danny Gilligan, Reinventure Group’s MD. The event will be attended by more than 100 key stakeholders from major banks, start-ups, and governing bodies, who will also hear from Lisa Schutz, Verifier CEO; Karen Malzard, ANZ Wealth head of risk; and Anthony Quinn, Arctic Intelligence and AML Accelerate CEO.

“Our aim for the launch is to bring together key stakeholders and influencers, shining a light on the important role of collaboration in enhancing APAC’s growing RegTech industry,” said Julian Fenwick, GRC Solutions MD and chair of the RegTech Association.

The members, which include GRC Solutions and Arctic Intelligence, come from a diverse range of RegTech areas including from anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing solutions, to AI compliance monitoring.

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