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RegTech Association Launches in Australia

Launching in March 2017 the Australian RegTech Association is focused on “promoting the achievements, partnerships, collaborations, incubations and seeding of RegTech in Australia” through advocating, educating and supporting businesses in the sector. This is likely to involve facilitating engagement with industry stakeholders, advancing the use of technology and improving regulatory compliance outcomes.

13 founding members of RegTech have banded together including online compliance trainers and online marketplaces, providers of anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing solutions and companies promoting artificial intelligence compliance monitoring.

RegTech Association Director, Matt Symons, noted that they hope to work closely with FinTech Australia to continue to develop the ecosystem, with RegTech focusing on the regulatory technology and risk management technology subset in the broader FinTech space.

For more information about RegTech Association their website can be found here.

Claire de Koeyer is co-author of this article. 

Copyright 2017 K & L Gates


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Jim Bulling, KL Gates, financial services lawyer, funds management attorney

Mr. Bulling's practise focuses on banking and financial services and he acts for a range of entities in the financial services and funds management industry. His clients include Australian and international investment managers, banks, trustees of superannuation funds, wholesale and retail investment trusts, funds management companies and financial planning groups.

His main areas of focus include banking and financial product disclosure issues, financial services compliance issues, financial product distribution issues and superannuation and...