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Trade Exhibition and Conference | 7th November 2019 | The Brewery | London | EC1Y 4SD | 09:00 - 16:30

 Regulatory Reporting | Risk Management | Identity Management & Control | Compliance | Transaction Monitoring | AML | KYC | GDPR | FRTB | AI |  Screening | Data Governance

Pioneering Exhibitors


20 Industry Presentations


100s Networking Opportunities


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The Event

The RegTech explosion has taken the financial services industry by storm. The RegTech Expo UK 2019 will allow professionals within the industry to engage, do business and learn from technology companies involved in:
Regulatory Reporting | Risk Management | Identity Management & Control | Compliance | Transaction Monitoring | AML | KYC | GDPR |  Data Governance

A great opportunity to showcase your lasted products and services. The event is free to attend for professionals within the compliance and regulatory space. There are limited opportunities to present and exhibit.
Should you require further information to featurre your business, please contact:

David Reeks
Tel: +44 (0) 1283 815719



The event will provide a unique opportunity for exhibitors to showcase the latest products, technologies and services within the RegTech, RiskTech sectors. This is a unique opportunity to present your business to a large quality audience.

Technologies featured will include Regulatory Reporting | Risk Management | Identity Management & Control | Compliance | Transaction Monitoring | AML | KYC | GDPR | MiFID II | Governance to name a few. For further details or to receive a sponsorship brochure, please email 



The event is free to attend for professionals within the financial services industry. Professionals  will include, but not be limited to:

Directors of Regulation
Heads of Compliance
  Capital Investors
CTOs, IT Directors
Heads of Risk and Governance, Directors of Policy and Regulation Founders of RegTech companies Industry Leaders
Investment Banking
Chief Compliance Officers
Press/ Media
Industry Analysts
Tech Entreprenuers
Heads of Risk
Management Consultants


Speaker Agenda

Listen to industry leading speakers from a range of pioneering technology providers to the regulation sector including Regulatory Reporting | Risk Management | Identity Management & Control | Compliance | Transaction Monitoring | AML | KYC | GDPR | MiFID II | AI | Screening | Data Governance. A full agenda will be announced shortly.


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2018 Speakers – 2019 to be announced shortly

Presentations commence 9:30am

Ben Richmond IRTA 


Chief Executive, International RegTech Association (IRTA)

Ben Richmond has been involved in the non-profit IRTA since its launch, in 2017. Initially Chapter President for the UK and Ireland, Ben was appointed Chief Executive in January 2018. In this role he is responsible for the continued growth and operational execution of the IRTA’s mission and purpose across the globe.

A recognised expert and thought leader in regulatory compliance automation, and a popular speaker at FinTech and RegTech industry events, Ben has been involved in setting global standards and leading new market trends during his twenty years in the in the industry. He has founded and grown several businesses including The Content Group (founded 1998), and most recently CUBE, a global provider of regulatory intelligence and change automation solutions, where he is currently CEO.

Ben began his career at MISYS Group, working with some of the leading financial institutions providing back office automation solutions.

Elliot Burgess

AI-driven RegTech: Empowering global financial institutions to tackle regulatory change

Head of Product Management, Cube

Elliot is a recognized leader in the RegTech arena, and since 2013 has participated in numerous TechSprints, Regulatory Sandbox initiatives and industry working groups. In his current role as Head of Product Management at CUBE, Elliot is responsible for the design and implementation of the company’s digital regulations strategy and roadmap, working closely with global financial institutions to create the definitive Regulatory Change platform for financial services. A regular speaker on matters related to semantic technologies, compliance automation and artificial intelligence, Elliot holds a Masters degree in Global Media Communications from the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Avere Hill Cynopsis  

Streamlining KYC – What Solutions Can RegTech Offer?

  Co-founder & Managing Director of Cynopsis

Avere Hill is the Co-founder & Managing Director of Cynopsis and is responsible for the strategic expansion of the business into EMEA. Cynopsis is an award winning regulatory technology (RegTech) company founded in Asia focused on financial crime, providing innovative solutions in KYC, AML and CFT. It is a RegTech 100 company amongst the world’s most innovative RegTech companies that every financial institution should know about and was recently recognised as an industry leader in the RegTech sector by Medici in conjunction with Ernst and Young (EY).

He is a qualified accountant and accomplished senior financial services professional with over 25 years of international experience. He started his career with JP Morgan in London and gained most of his international experience with BNY Mellon and Manulife Asset Management in Asia. His last role at Manulife was Senior Managing Director with responsibility for all client facing activity in the region including sales, relationship management, client service, marketing and product development an important part of which was regulatory compliant client on-boarding.

Suranjan Som Hitachi Consulting  

Data: the final frontier – from compliance to competence to competitive

Vice President, Financial Services, Hitachi Consulting 

Suranjan has consulted some of the largest investment banks in world in the risk and regulation space. He has hands-on experience with architecting the solutions presented in this paper. Having worked in this space for over 20 years, Suranjan has a broad understanding of the financial services industry, and he leads the Financial Services vertical at Hitachi Consulting.

Dennis Slattery
EDM Works

Data: the final frontier – from compliance to competence to competitive

CEO, EDM Works

Dennis is a specialist consultant providing executive advisory on data strategy, data governance, data architecture and data modelling. He is the Chief Executive of EDMworks, a data management, industry leadership and training organization. Dennis has worked in data management since 1990, holding senior positions at project, program and enterprise level within global financial organizations.

Nirvana Farhadi

Data: the final frontier – from compliance to competence to competitive

Global Head, Financial Services RegTech, Risk & Regulatory Compliance Affairs, for Hitachi

A thought leader, Keynote Speaker, author and pioneer in the Financial Services RegTech sector, and helps to solve for industry regulatory problems or challenges with the use of Technology. She is a global compliance, operations and risk expert across multiple FS sector Regulations and jurisdictions. As the former Head of Regulatory Reporting at KPMG, she has lead the business, practice, and development for Regulatory Transaction Reporting. She has served as a lead regulatory expert across Trade, Transaction, Periodic, and Positional reporting requirement under various global regulations including, but not limited to: MiFID, MiFID2/MiFIR, EMIR, REMIT, DFA, SEC, CFTC, Hong Kong TR, Canadian TR, ASIC TR, Commodities Position Reporting, and Threshold reporting requirements. Published various industry articles, co-authored the upcoming RegTech book, presents at numerous industry and client round tables & spoken at high profile conferences in relation to her specialist area of expertise. Nirvana is also a Founding Member, of the Committee to Establish the RegTech Council, as well as San Diego, and San Jose Chapter Head for Disruption Disciples.

Emily Foges

Adopting AI: how firms and in-house teams can stay ahead

CEO, Luminance

Emily Foges has been scaling up technology-led businesses for over 20 years, working in M&A as a consultant and in-house with some of the UK’s fastest growing businesses. She specialised in building business cases and then leading integration, when companies come together to become greater than the sum of their parts. The complexity of combining customers, products, platforms, teams and operations was the ideal training ground for turning a technology start-up into a global organisation. Emily became CEO in 2016 when Luminance was a small team of technologists and lawyers. She took the product to market and led the growth of the business, which doubled in size every quarter throughout 2017 and continues to grow as rapidly in 2018.


Ido Pickel

The Future of Regulatory Reporting – Key takeaways and insights from Cappitech’s MiFID II and Best Execution Industry Survey

Key Client Executive at Cappitech

Ido Pickel is a Key Client Executive at Cappitech regulation and has vast experience in the global fintech arena. Prior to Cappitech, he headed sales and business development at BondIT, a fintech company in the fixed income space. Ido gained financial markets experience as the head of the fixed income brokerage desk at Leader Capital Markets. He holds a B.A. from the IDC in Hertzeliya and an MBA specializing in finance from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He is also an investment consultant licensed by the Israeli Securities Authority.


Stewart Pitt

Why Banks need to get better at Cooking the books

Co-founder, Allatus

Stewart is one of 3 Co-Founders of Allatus. He has over 25 years’ experience in Financial Services working in Management Information, Data Quality, Data Warehouse development and Management/ Regulatory Reporting projects.. In his spare time Stewart is a keen whitewater canoe slalom competitor. He represented Team GB in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and now coaches young up and coming competitors.

David Pinski

Innovate and regulate – achieving the virtuous cycle

Chief Strategist for Financial Innovation at Hitachi’s Global Center for Social Innovation

David heads up research and development of new products and services with a particular focus on blockchain and data analytics technologies. His background is banking and fraud systems in a variety of roles from Product Management to Head of Architecture. He has worked for major banks such as Capital One, ING Direct, Bank of America and startups such as Zumigo and Silver Tail Systems. He has over a dozen patents filed (five issued) in the area of fraud mitigation, payment networks and banking systems. Hitachi is supporting one of the largest contributing teams to the Hyperledger Fabric project. David has been a speaker at many financial industry and technology conferences on topics from blockchain to the future of banking systems. 

Charles Earle
Equiniti KYC

KYC as a Utility, the challenges we all share

Business Development director at Equiniti KYC

Charles Earle is the Business Development director at Equiniti KYC. Through years of experience with IT companies such as IBM and SAS he has worked closely with numerous financial entities all over the world. He is heavily focused on digitising and simplifying processes in Risk and Fraud and has always been working closely with disruptors and traditional organisations to improve client experience and reduce risk. According to Charles there is always room for change: “Through analytics, open standards and innovative ways of working together there is always an opportunity to improve”. He will be speaking about the concept of KYC as a Utility and the opportunities and threats that this will bring about.

Jane Jee

How technology can make on-boarding faster and meet the regulations

Chief Executive Officer, Kompli-Global

After qualifying as a barrister, Jane worked in commercial and legal roles in compliance, credit and payments. She was Managing Director at Access credit cards (12 million in circulation from 9 banks) and a Director at Worldpay Plc . In 2014 Jane obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Governance, Risk and Compliance from the International Compliance Association (ICA). She is a Fellow of the ICA and teaches a Masterclass on “The Future of Payments” on the ICA post-graduate course.
Jane passionately believes that good compliance makes good business sense. A thorough knowledge of your customer enables you to retain their business and potentially better target your offerings.


Guy Levit

Managing the Complexities of Mobile Communication Archiving

Chief Executive Officer, TeleMessage

Guy Levit co-founded TeleMessage in 1999 and was appointed CEO in July 2002. He has overseen the company’s Regtech solution set growth and evolution, guiding its R&D and product strategies with full cognizance of regulatory and technological developments. His efforts have positioned TeleMessage as the leading vendor of mobile communication archiving for the global financial sector, with diverse partnerships and a client base spanning the entire range of size and functionality. Guy holds a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from the Technion, Israel’s Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Tel Aviv University.

Stacy-Ann Sinclair

Codifying Legislation into Machine Executable Rules

Co-Founder and CTO of CodeREG

Stacy-Ann Sinclair is the Co-Founder and CTO of CodeREG, a regtech startup codifying financial regulation into machine executable rules.

Stacy-Ann is a Computer Scientist who has spent the last 10 years building trading systems and globally scalable data platforms for UBS, Barclays Investment Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She is interested in building complex systems and intelligently extracting meaning & insights from data.

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