New insights
Leveraging RegTech in
Financial Crime Compliance Programmes

Recent research estimates that Financial Institutions dedicate up to 12 per cent of their workforce to meet their compliance obligations, costing the industry £50 billion annually. And as the quantity of regulation and financial crime initiatives grow, the resource required is becoming increasingly unsustainable. It is no surprise that more and more Institutions are looking to technology (RegTech) to help them identify and prevent financial crime.


Report coming soon
Sharing insights
from industry experts

Buyers are spoilt for choice, with vendors offering innovative solutions that leverage technologies such as Machine Learning, AI, Robotic Process Automation, and Natural Language Processing. Adopting these solutions can create a competitive advantage for Financial Institutions but the fast pace of technology advancement and rapidly changing landscape only underscores the importance of getting the selection and integration of RegTech solutions right the first time around.

To help with this challenge, Beyond, working alongside FIN, have commissioned a research study focused specifically on the learnings from industry experts who have already adopted RegTech solutions within their financial crime programmes. Samantha Sheen, Financial Crime Compliance Strategy Advisor and a member of the FIN Advisory Board, conducted the research and will be sharing the insights in an upcoming report which will be released later this month.

The report will share key insights from representatives from across retail, private and investment banking institutions, and include input from payment providers as well as external RegTech solution providers. In this report they share the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to choosing, integrating and even changing their RegTech solutions within an existing programme. The report will also provide their thoughts on how to handle the different stages of the relationship with a RegTech, and share with you the advice on the best practices, deal breakers and points to consider when looking to incorporate a RegTech solution.

If you would like to receive an early copy please register your details here.

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