Supply and Demand in RegTech

Course Difficulty

Foundation

Course Duration

60 mins

Learning Outcomes

Topics & Skills

About this Course

This course explores the supply and demand sides of RegTech. You will be diving deep into topics such as compliance, development and obligations of new regtech services, the RegTech eco-system and the role of vendors in providing new advanced services.

Programme Curriculum

In this chapter, you will take a look at various use cases within RegTech, and understand the role of groups such as challenger banks in providing a boost towards RegTech Adoptions.
In this chapter, you will learn about the impact of COVID19 on RegTech, delving into the the risks and opportunties created, and the change in infrastructure to make up for market changes.
In this chapter, we will discuss the topology of global regulation, mainly focusing on the role of regulators in pushing the adoption of RegTech and the different areas of focus for the upholding of their mandate(s).
In this chapter, you will take a look at various use cases within RegTech, and understand the role of groups such as challenger banks in providing a boost towards RegTech Adoptions.
In this chapter, we are going to look at the role of startups in the consumption and supply of regtech in financial services. Additionally, we will study the constantly updated and newly created areas of regtech, and address new market opportunities that have emerged in the last few years (ie. Crypto, DeFi).

About the expert

Janos Barberis

Co-founder, Super Charger Ventures
“Janos Barberis is Co-Founder of Supercharger Ventures. He skillfully combines academic rigour with an unrivalled entrepreneurial spirit. He has an established track record in the FinTech Industry (named 32nd Most Powerful Dealmaker globally, Institutional Investors, 2018) and in academia (13th legal scholar in the world, SSRN, 2018). He is driven to deliver actionable insights which have benefited the business transformation and innovation of Tier-1 financial institutions, across 400 B2B partnerships with cutting-edge technology start-ups. Janos currently focuses on the financial stability implications of BigTech firms, given their “too-large-to-ignore scale” and promotes a sustainable finance agenda via start-up business models. He leads a team of 18 people across key FinTech hubs, including Hong Kong, Singapore & London. “

Douglas Arner

Kerry Holdings, Professor in Law, University of Hong Kong
Douglas Arner is the Kerry Holdings Professor in Law at the University of Hong Kong and an expert on financial regulation, particularly the intersection between law, finance and technology. He is Faculty Director of HKU’s LLM in Compliance and Regulation and LLM in Corporate and Financial Law, a member of the Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council, and a Senior Visiting Fellow of Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. Douglas served as Head of the HKU Department of Law from 2011 to 2014 and as Co-Director of the Duke University-HKU Asia-America Institute in Transnational Law from 2005 to 2016. In 1999, Douglas co-founded HKU’s Asian Institute of International Financial Law, going on to serve as its Director from 2006 to 2011. He has published fifteen books and more than 120 articles, chapters, and reports on international financial law and regulation. Douglas has served as a consultant with the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Alliance for Financial Inclusion, APEC and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (among others), and has lectured, co-organised conferences and seminars and been involved with financial sector reform projects around the world. He has been a visiting professor or fellow at Duke, Harvard, the Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research, IDC Herzliya, McGill, University of Melbourne, National University of Singapore, University of New South Wales, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and University of Zürich, among others.

Course Curriculum

1. 

In this chapter, you will take a look at various use cases within RegTech, and understand the role of groups such as challenger banks in providing a boost towards RegTech Adoptions.

2. 

In this chapter, you will learn about the impact of COVID19 on RegTech, delving into the the risks and opportunties created, and the change in infrastructure to make up for market changes.

3. 

In this chapter, we will discuss the topology of global regulation, mainly focusing on the role of regulators in pushing the adoption of RegTech and the different areas of focus for the upholding of their mandate(s).

4. 

In this chapter, we will discuss the importance of financial regulation in a borderless digital economy, and the possible consequences of unifying global regulators.

5. 

In this chapter, we are going to look at the role of startups in the consumption and supply of regtech in financial services. Additionally, we will study the constantly updated and newly created areas of regtech, and address new market opportunities that have emerged in the last few years (ie. Crypto, DeFi).

6. 

In this chapter, we discuss the role of startups in a B2B ecosystem and underline the top 50 players.

7. 

In this chapter, we will discuss the role of RegTech Providers in challenging the 3Ps (Paper, People, Process) of compliance, the advantage of using artificial intelligence to monitor regulatory changes, and finally the industries and stakeholders that benefit the most from using RegTech.

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