GFT is proud to be a Gold Sponsor at the Regulatory Reporting for Banks conference taking place in London later this month. Taking place at the Hilton in Canary Wharf London on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th June, this two day Infoline event will bring together regulatory and banking experts from across Europe to discuss and debate the latest issues and trends in regulatory reporting. These will include GFT regulatory specialists Tony Sodhi (Head of Legal, Regulatory & Compliance Practice, GFT) and Rob Gibbs (Principal Consultant, GFT), who will also be giving a talk on GFT’s new award-winning Regulatory Change Management Service.
On Tuesday 28th June at 12:10 BST, Tony and Rob will be outlining this revolutionary service during a talk entitled ‘What should a smart Regulatory Change Management process deliver for Reporting?’ They will be discussing how a smart Regulatory Change Management process should be a fully coordinated and integrated function that proactively addresses and manages trade reporting requirements; enhancing compliance and delivering strategic operational and technical efficiencies. The session will also question what really is feasible in the reporting context, and what benefits may be derived.
Using the GFT Regulatory Change Management Service, banks can ensure that senior managers are able to confidently deal with the high frequency of global regulatory change in a structured way, across the organisational silos that exist within the firm. The Service synthesises the mass of information that all firms need to deal with, covering: content feeds, taxonomy and repository, roles and responsibilities, best practice business impact analysis, requirements and functional design production; all brought together by the GFT Regulatory Change Manager which incorporates workflow, task management and a visually impactful dashboard.
In addition to this, on Wednesday 29th June, Francis Cook (Specialist in Regulatory Compliance, GFT) will be on a Panel Discussion at the conference at 11:30 BST entitled ‘Skill, Training and Organisational Strategies for Reporting Teams’. Francis will be debating how organisational structures are coping with regulatory reporting and just what skills and training are required for reporting teams.
The conference follows on from GFT’s Regulatory teams new piece of thought leadership entitled ‘Delivering regulatory change management: Time for a smart approach?’ in which our regulation specialists, analyse the need for a holistic approach to solving regulatory issues.