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RegTech for Information Governance

If you are feeling challenged by regulatory change, you are not alone. Everyone involved in information governance, at every stage of the information lifecycle, is feeling the effects – from Records Management and the Data Office through to Legal and Compliance. Heightened focus on data protection has created a collision of worlds – new intersections between data, records, privacy and security, requiring superhero experience, skill and agility to solve.

•How have changes in data privacy and protection disrupted information governance?
•How are financial institutions ensuring compliance, faced with extensive regulatory change?
•Which technologies are best suited to managing regulatory change?

We have assembled a team of superheroes to debate how to tackle these challenges, and offer tips to help you combat compliance.

Meet the superhero panel
Devie Mohan, Co-Founder and CEO, Burnmark
Lynn Molfetta, Global Head of Records Management, Deutsche Bank
Matthew Bernstein, Information Management Strategist, MC Bernstein Data
Ben Richmond, Founder and CEO, CUBE

Exclusive Research Report Access!
Register now to get your pre-launch copy of Burnmark’s latest research report ‘RegTech for Information Governance’, direct to your in-box immediately following the webinar.

If you are a Chief Data Officer, Head of Information Governance, Head of Records Management or a Chief Compliance Officer, register now to discover if your information governance is standing up to regulatory change.
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  • RegTech for Information Governance Recorded: Dec 5 2018 62 mins
    Devie Mohan, Co-Founder and CEO, Burnmark
    If you are feeling challenged by regulatory change, you are not alone. Everyone involved in information governance, at every stage of the information lifecycle, is feeling the effects – from Records Management and the Data Office through to Legal and Compliance. Heightened focus on data protection has created a collision of worlds – new intersections between data, records, privacy and security, requiring superhero experience, skill and agility to solve.

    •How have changes in data privacy and protection disrupted information governance?
    •How are financial institutions ensuring compliance, faced with extensive regulatory change?
    •Which technologies are best suited to managing regulatory change?

    We have assembled a team of superheroes to debate how to tackle these challenges, and offer tips to help you combat compliance.

    Meet the superhero panel
    Devie Mohan, Co-Founder and CEO, Burnmark
    Lynn Molfetta, Global Head of Records Management, Deutsche Bank
    Matthew Bernstein, Information Management Strategist, MC Bernstein Data
    Ben Richmond, Founder and CEO, CUBE

    Exclusive Research Report Access!
    Register now to get your pre-launch copy of Burnmark’s latest research report ‘RegTech for Information Governance’, direct to your in-box immediately following the webinar.

    If you are a Chief Data Officer, Head of Information Governance, Head of Records Management or a Chief Compliance Officer, register now to discover if your information governance is standing up to regulatory change.
  • Leveraging AI to automate Regulatory Change Recorded: Nov 1 2018 30 mins
    Ben Richmond, CEO, CUBE
    This 30-minute webinar explores practical examples of how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is leveraged to drive regulatory change strategies based on our experience of bringing together customer best practice and the latest technology.

    What will you learn?

    - The key factors that need to be taken into consideration to build an effective RegChange strategy?
    - How AI and ML drive insight to support a RegChange strategy?
    - How to establishing RegChange as a BAU process

    Find out how RegTech can transform the world of compliance and regulatory change!
  • Webinar: Regulatory Change and AI - a customer journey Recorded: Nov 1 2018 30 mins
    Ben Richmond, CEO, CUBE
    Join us on a journey to explore a case study of a global financial institution leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) to support their regulatory change initiatives and the lessons they learnt along the way.

    This session, hosted by CUBE's Founder & CEO, is designed to help those involved in managing the complex world of regulatory change within financial institutions.
Automating regulatory change for global financial institutions
Knowing about regulatory change is one thing. Having the regulatory intelligence and analytical capabilities to understand the impact of regulatory change on your business is a very different matter. It may take days or even weeks to re-evaluate your compliance status and remediate non-compliant gaps, especially when you are a financial institution operating in multi-jurisdictional, multi-state, and cross-border environments.

CUBE leverages AI-driven technology to automate the capture of global regulatory data, alert you to regulatory changes that pose a compliance risk to your business, pinpoint all policies, procedures, controls and records that are affected, and enable rapid remediation.

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