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In this episode of RegTalks, RegTech Associates’ Dr Sian Lewin and Know Your Customer’s Claus Christensen reminisce about the first time they ever encountered the term “RegTech”, discuss the importance of trust and clear communications between vendors and buyers and explore recent consolidation trends in the world of regulatory technology.

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Episode Notes

Join us for an insightful discussion with Dr Sian Lewin where we explore:

  • What RegTech providers can do to differentiate their offering in an increasingly crowded space;
  • Why making a business case internally remains a key barrier to RegTech adoption at financial institutions;
  • Why vendor partnerships are becoming central as the RegTech sector continues to mature and consolidate;
  • What are some of the most unexpected findings revealed by RegTech Associates’ recent report for the City of London on the opportunities and challenges of RegTech in the UK.

Dr Sian Lewin is Co-Founder at UK-based RegTech Associates. A recognised expert and influencer in RegTech and financial regulation, Sian has more than 20 years of experience in helping large financial institutions such as JP Morgan, UBS and RBS build their regulatory strength in response to regulatory requirements. Prior to RegTech Associates, Sian was awarded a PhD from the London School of Economics for her systematic research on the challenges faced by banks in dealing with regulatory changes following the 2008 financial crisis.

RegTalks is a podcast produced by Know Your Customer and presented by Claus Christensen.

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