RegTech 5th December 2017
08:00 Registration and Networking Breakfast

08:50

Opening Remarks and Welcome Note from the Chairman

09:00

The state of FinTech and RegTech and what is to come in 2018

09:25

Digital Banking Transformation Journey – Survival of the Fastest

09:50

Panel Discussion: Regulatory priorities during the rise of RegTech in the financial services industry
10:30 Morning Coffee and Networking Break

11:00

How RegTech solutions support financial institutions in streamlining their regulatory operations and mastering their obligations whilst driving down the related costs.

11:25

Emergence of a Data Driven Bank – Looking at turning Data into customer insights and how far are we in to meeting the UAE Vision 2021 of a cashless future
12:30 Networking Hot Buffet Lunch

13:30

Deploying Blockchain technology effectively to manage transactional Compliance and Risk: Authorized, Auditable, Access-controlled and Availability-assured

13:55

Identifying the key regulatory compliance pain points where disruptive technologies can add the most value
14:20 Turning RegTech into Revenue

14:45

Biometrics in Banking: Fingerprints and Facial Recognition VS Pin Numbers and Passwords
15:15 Afternoon Networking and Coffee Break

16:00

Panel: Heading Towards a Digital Future – Benefiting from Regulatory Technology to Better Manage and Understand Governance and Compliance Risks
16:30 Closing Remarks from the Chairman

Day Two – InsurTech MENA, 6th December 2017, Dubai

Continuously evolving technologies are continuing to change the way we live, the way we interact with one another, and the way we operate our businesses. This fact is unquestionable. Corporate enterprises today do not typically ignore the latest technological trends entering their sphere. But how swift they are to adapt, respond and manage these trends by flexing their strategies an area worth exploring.

With InsurTech focusing on a consumer centric approach to the challenges faced by the insurance sector, riding on the strength of big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning, the time is now for evaluating InsurTech and its short and long-term impact on the insurance market.

InsurTech MENA will provide a forum for examining these challenges, and their counter oppurtunities too, arising from the interplay of the latest disruptive technologies,the regulatory regimes governing the regional markets, and the new entrants into the InsurTech space. It will also provide a platform for the insurance market to meet with the technology companies that are reshaping the industry’s operating landscape.