EY Capital Markets Report: How collaboration with FinTech can transform IB
Join David Williams, Partner at EY, for a webinar discussion about the findings of EY’s New Report Capital Markets: Innovation and the FinTech Landscape. The research was produced in conjunction with Innovate Finance, the UK’s membership association for global FinTech.
The report shines a light on the investment banking industry, examining why and how capital markets firms across the globe can and should collaborate with FinTech organisations to drive their own evolution in the years to come, and to secure their future role and position in the financial services ecosystem.
RecordedOct 3 201639 mins
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We will hear from our leading Regulatory Compliance experts highlighting the key regulatory responses to COVID-19, regulatory developments underway and the opportunities available to FinTechs. This will be followed by Deloitte & Corlytics showcasing RegHub, our Regulatory compliance solution.
Shanika Amarasekara, General Counsel, British Business Bank
Marilena Ioannidou, Director - British Business Investments
Charlotte Crosswell, CEO - Innovate Finance (chair)
Join us for a webinar ahead of the launch of the Future Fund application portal on Wednesday 20 May.
The Future Fund, delivered in partnership with British Business Bank, will provide government loans to UK-based companies ranging from £125,000 to £5 million, subject to at least equal match funding from private investors. The Fund is targeted at innovative startups that are unable to access other emergency loans, such as the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).
Following the recent publication of detailed FAQs on the Future Fund, this exclusive webinar hosted by Innovate Finance will provide you with an opportunity to hear directly from the team leading the application process, ahead of the portal launch on Wednesday.
If you have any questions for the speakers ahead of the session please feel free to send these in advance to Iana Vidal, Head of Policy and Government Affairs, email@example.com
The rapidly evolving challenges from the COVID-19 global outbreak present critical people issues for fintech, particularly given heavy reliance on global talent with significant reforms already underway before the crisis. In this interactive webcast, EY experts will answer your people questions, talk through the critical areas you need to address across workforce, talent, reward and immigration to emerge with a stronger and more resilient workforce.
Seema Farazi, EY EMEIA People Advisory Covid-19 Response Leader, Global Immigration Partner
Katherine Savage, EY Reward Partner
Join DLA Piper and Seedrs to explore available funding options in the current environment.
Some discussion points:
Valuations and investor expectations in the current environment
Investment structures (eg straight equity vs convertible/advanced subscriptions)
Investor mindsets in current climate
Accessing debt: government, public schemes and private lending
Working with existing debt arrangements
Restructuring and recovery
We’ve heard it before, but today there is an even stronger case to be made: Diversity & Inclusion is key to developing a resilient FinTech sector, setup for sustainable growth.
Join us to: explore some of the key challenges that FinTechs face in building inclusive culture, discuss how data and sector-wide collaboration is essential for progress, and learn about the launch of the ‘FinTech For All’ campaign.
Moderator: Julia Streets, Streets Consulting
Raj Ramanandi - Co-CEO InChorus
Amy French - Head Level 39
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented disruption to the world economy, including the financial markets, and how we go about our daily lives, with the possibility of a new normal. While it remains unclear what the future holds, it is clear that the FinTech industry has been impacted, positively and negatively, to a varying degree depending upon where in the company lifecycle and the nature of the product.
Janine Hirt, COO & Board Member, Innovate Finance
Simon Dodds, Of Counsel, Shearman & Sterling
Pawel Szaja, Capital Markets Partner, Shearman & Sterling
Magdalena Krön, Global Rise Platform Director, Barclays
Matthew Jones, Principal, Anthemis
Artificial Intelligence has already had a significant impact on many parts of finance, and not surprisingly plays a big role in Fintech. Professor Nir Vulkan will review existing applications and new emerging trends. In particular he will show how new sources of data, and new methods of analysis are likely to impact aspects of banking and finance.
Nir Vulkan, Associate Professor of Business Economics at Saïd Business School, is a long term member of the Oxford Man Institute for Quantitative Finance, where leading researchers from AI are developing models for trading in particular. He is Director of the Oxford Programmes on Fintech; Blockchain Strategy; and Algorithmic Trading and Chair of the Committee set up to advise the European Commission on AI in Banking and Finance.
This webinar will cover:
Review of AI applications in Finance
Alternative financial data
Review of AI methods used in finance
Wealth management and Robo advisors
Latest in Algorithmic trading
Nir Vulkan, Associate Professor of Business Economics, Saïd Business School
Drafting new regulation is about striking a balance between negating externalities without inhibiting innovation, while ensuring that the regulation is good for all.
How do regulators strike that balance?
What Chief Regulators Want You to Know
How do regulators adapt to tech innovation and the new practices stemming from it?
What are the key legal developments users and providers should be focusing on?
What is the state of the collaboration between regulators and players?
Moderator, Iana Vidal, Head of Policy and Government Affairs, Innovate Finance
Sopnendu Mohanty, Chief Fintech Officer, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Gareth Ramsay, Executive Director for Data, Bank of England
Nelson Chow, Chief Fintech Officer, Fintech Facilitation Office, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Barney Reynolds, Global Head, Financial Institutions, Shearman & Sterling
Jana Mackintosh, Public Policy Director, Worldpay
Koley Corte, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Business Transformation, AllianceBernstein
Adam French, Co-Founder, Scalable Capital
Adam Toms, CEO, OpenFin
Sam Handfield-Jones, Co-Head, Seccl
Catherine McGuinness in conversation with Anita Kimber
In this session, Anita Kimber, a Partner in EY’s Financial Services Transformation business will be in conversation with Catherine McGuiness, Chair of the Policy and Resources Committee, City of London.
As we continue to be affected by the outbreak of COVID-19, they’ll touch on policy and infrastructure, the role that London can play in ‘levelling’ up across the UK and how FinTechs can help improve financial wellbeing in society.
Catherine McGuiness, Chair, Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Corporation
Anita Kimber, United Kingdom Digital and Innovation Partner, EY
- new technologies across AML and fraud that use machine learning and AI
- the new virtual bank landscape and how it increases the competitive pressure to incumbent banks
- how CoVID has further added to this pressure
- the legal challenges, e.g., around e-signature
- regulatory challenges
- opportunities and risks as seen through the lens of e.g., FATF"
Benedicte Nolens, Chief Compliance Officer, SC Ventures by Standard Chartered
Pascal Nizri, CEO and Founder, Chekk
Stewart McGlynn, Division Head, Anti-Money Laundering, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
King Leung, Head of Fintech, Invest Hong Kong
Data is everywhere. In this session, we explore the impact of a wealth of data, on consumers, financial services and the economy.
How is the use of data impacting financial services?
Where is data stored and how is it regulated?
Is the regulation of data enough to prevent stress to competition?
Is data regulation flexible enough to support innovation?
What new business models might emerge?
How will these business models impact consumers and providers?
What businesses are at risk?
Moderator, Louise Smith, FinTech Envoy For Scotland
Vivienne Artz, Chief Privacy Officer, Refinitiv
David Blumberg, Founder & Managing Partner, Blumberg Capital
Simon McDougall, Executive Director - Technology & Innovation, Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
Stephen Johns, Head of Data GX EMEA, Managing Director, State Street
Is Asia the future of the digital assets industry? You will find out in this exciting session with Clara Chiu, Director of Licensing and Head of Fintech, Securities and Futures Commission, and Henri Arslanian, Chairman, Fintech Association of Hong Kong, moderated by King Leung, Head of Fintech, Invest Hong Kong.
Our panel will discuss:
- the Hong Kong SFC new regulatory framework for digital assets exchanges and digital assets funds
- the digital assets investor landscape in Hong Kong and Asia
- opportunities for UK and European digital assets players in Hong Kong and Asia
- forward looking: International development on digital assets class and digital assets regulations
King Leung - Head of Fintech, Invest Hong Kong
Henri Arslanian - Chairman, FinTech Association of Hong Kong
Clara Chiu - Director, Licensing and Head, Fintech unit, Intermediaries, Securities and Futures Commission
The United States is the largest financial services market in the world. For an international business, expanding operations to the U.S. can facilitate capital-raising efforts, provide access to one of the world’s deepest talent pools and create significant market opportunities.
However, entering the U.S. market can be daunting for international businesses due in large part to its complex regulatory framework and knowing which type of investor to approach for each funding stage. This is especially true in the FinTech space, as a FinTech firm may be subject to oversight from a multitude of federal and state regulators, which can lead to regulatory uncertainty and significant compliance burdens. Hear from leading experts who will take you through the key elements of what you should know when considering entry into the U.S. market.
Moderator - Sameer Gulati, Fintech Specialist, UK Department for International Trade (DIT)
Alan Bickerstaff, Emerging Growth Partner, Shearman & Sterling
Sean Hunter, CIO, OakNorth
Sunny Parikh, Senior Vice President & Head of FinTech Innovation Lab
New York, Partnership Fund for New York City
Reena Agrawal Sahni, Head of US Bank Regulatory, Shearman & Sterling
Join Charlotte Crosswell and Alastair Lukies as they discuss the global health crisis, government reaction, and what it means for capital and investment. They will also discuss the future of global FinTech.
Charlotte Crosswell, CEO, Innovate Finance
Alastair Lukies CBE, Founder and CEO Pollinate, Prime Minsters Business Council, Chair FinTech Alliance, Chair of Africa FinTech Board and Inaugural Chair of Innovate Finance
Should serving a larger social purpose be exclusive of making a profit? In this session we explore the role of FinTech in filling the gaps left by public services and access to financial services.
How to create a business that tackles both profit and purpose
What are the gaps in financial access that FinTech can fill?
What other aspects of accessibility and inclusion can FinTech contribute to?
Should it be the role of FinTech to fill the gaps left by government and public services?
What support do profit and purpose organisations need?
Moderator: Emma Lindley, Co-Founder, Women in Identity
Rhydian Lewis, CEO, RateSetter
Vica Manos, Partner, Anthemis
Christian Faes, Executive Chairman, LendInvest
Lisa Jacobs, UK Managing Director, Funding Circle UK
Louise Brett, Partner, Head of FinTech, Deloitte
The global health crisis brought by the Coronavirus has had a huge impact on the FinTech industry. Nowhere is this more keenly felt than in M&A.
How has it impacted M&A and exits in the sector?
How long can we expect the effects of these trends to last?
What can we learn from previous crises?
Moderator Samina Akram, Managing Partner, Samak Ethical Finance
Ken Marlin, Managing Partner, Marlin & Associates Securities LLC
Cris Conde, Senior Advisor, Accel
Tim Levene, CEO, Augmentum Fintech
Sonya Iovieno, Head of Growth & VC, Silicon Valley Bank
Shalini Shan, Director, FinTech - Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young
The speed of transition in some economies from a cash to a digital-payments economy is staggering: What are the lessons other nations can learn from this?
Embedded Payments: What’s Next?
Payments Worldwide: A Comparison of Business Models
What innovation can markets expect?
How will this impact current players and users?
Moderator: Kristy Duncan, Founder & CEO, Women in Payments
Tom Mutton, Director of FinTech, Bank of England
Yuval Rooz, Co-founder & CEO, Digital Asset
Julie Patient, Counsel, Hogan Lovells
Myles Stephenson, CEO, Modulr Finance
Vikesh Patel, Head of UK and Ireland, SWIFT
Innovate Finance, the independent membership based industry organisation that aims to advance the UK’s standing as a global leader in FinTech and BrightTALK have teamed up to bring the latest debates, trends and thought leadership in financial technology.