RegTech Forum – FCA Approach to Innovation & SupTech

February 10, 2022 02:00 PM Europe/London

We are hosting a RegTech Forum webinar on the FCA’s approach to innovation and the growing importance of Supervisory Technologies (SupTech) on Thursday, 10 February, 2022 from 14.00 to 15.30 (GMT).

Our RegTech Forum events create a platform for the RegTech industry, financial institutions, FinTechs, academics and regulators to discuss developments and opportunities within the innovation ecosystem of financial services. 

Through these Forums we provide our stakeholders with an insight into our key areas of interest and future work programme, as well as the opportunity to share experience and knowledge. 

This event will focus on how innovative technologies are currently being used by regulators and seek to understand the challenges and opportunities for further adoption in the future. Our Chief Data, Information & Intelligence Officer, Jessica Rusu will speak on our approach to innovation in her opening remarks.

Who should attend?

This event wil be of interest to those involved within the RegTech and FinTech ecosystem in the UK and globally, such as international and domestic regulators, financial institutions, government, RegTech & FinTech firms, consultants, and academics.


  • Opening remarks from Jessica Rusu: Our approach to innovation and the adoption of new technologies. 
  • FCA Approach to Innovation
  • The SupTech Work Programme
  • Regulators and Innovation – What does the future hold? 


  • Jessica Rusu, Chief Data, Information, & Intelligence Officer, Financial Conduct Authority
  • John Yeo, Manager RegTech Team, Financial Conduct Authority
  • Pavle Avramovic, RegTech Transformation Lead, Financial Conduct Authority
  • Simran Singh, Horizon Scanning Associate, Financial Conduct Authority
  • Leo Gosland, Senior Manager RegTech & Advanced Analytics, Financial Conduct Authority
  • Sholthana Begum, Senior Advisor, Bank of England
  • Adam Scott, Director of Design and Development, US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
  • Douglas Arner, Kerry Holdings Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong

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