By Susannah Hammond and Mike Cowan from Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence
It is estimated that the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation by as much as three years. Regulatory technology (regtech) is likely to be an inherent part of any digital transformation in a financial services firm. It is critical that firms pay close attention to the corporate governance attached to the lifecycle of any regtech solution under consideration.
“Regtech: The Governance Lifecycle” follows the Thomson Reuters Fintech, Regtech and the Role of Compliance Report for 2021, which warned firms to be careful to deploy solutions on solid foundations and get corporate governance right. In a growing marketplace with a range of potentially valuable solutions on offer, this report explores what good governance looks like when applied to the implementation and embedding of regtech applications.
Discover the main elements of the governance lifecycle, including:
- Sourcing and procurement
- Reviewing the future
To learn more about the governance issues around regtech solutions, download your copy of this report “Regtech: The Governance Lifecycle” written by Susannah Hammond and Mike Cowan, Senior Regulatory Intelligence Experts.
About the authors
Susannah Hammond is senior regulatory intelligence expert for Thomson Reuters with more than 25 years of wide-ranging compliance, regulatory and risk experience in international and UK financial services. She is co-author of “Conduct and Accountability in Financial Services: A Practical Guide” published by Bloomsbury Professional.
Mike Cowan is a senior regulatory intelligence expert for Thomson Reuters with over 25 years’ experience of compliance, regulatory, risk and internal audit in UK financial services as regulator and practitioner.