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How Regtech can help with Know-Your-Customer and Data Sharing Challenges

Digital developments are opening new paths that are making Regulation and Compliance not only constraints but also business opportunities to redefine the rules of the compliance game, make them more palatable, more efficient, cheaper and also open commercial prospects to providers of digital products and solutions aiming at using technology with regulation and compliance.

The So-called REGTECH sector is fast becoming particularly relevant in the fields of fintech and insurtech, using blockchain in particular as a key infrastructure to improve compliance in financial services, insurance but also trade.

This webinar will discuss how these new advances can help with the challenges institutions face in complying with challenges such as Know-Your-Customer (KYC) and data sharing.
Recorded Feb 25 2016 59 mins
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Miranda Brawn (moderator), Donald Gillies (PassFort), Paul Higgins (Crowd Valley), Emma Lindley (Innovate Identity)
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