RegTech Data Summit 2018

The inaugural RegTech Data Summit on March 7th, 2018, connected agency leaders, Congress, regulated industries, and tech companies to define the future of this emerging policy area.

Overview

Regulatory technology solutions – “RegTech” – can enable automation, reduce fraud, cut compliance costs, and provide analytics, but only if government and industry work together to organize regulatory data.

Our first-ever RegTech Data Summit connected agency leaders, Congress, regulated industries, and tech companies to define this future.

The U.S. regulatory compliance structure is fragmented by industry and by purpose, making RegTech difficult to deploy.

But by adopting the right data standards, we can enable new technologies to flourish. Enabled by data, RegTech solutions will make regulatory filings more efficient, transparent, and useful for everyone who generates, collects, and uses them. Policy initiatives like the Financial Transparency Act and Standard Business Reporting (SBR) will deliver these changes, create a new RegTech industry, and generate new opportunities to apply emerging technologies like blockchain.

The RegTech Data Summit, on Wednesday, March 7th, explored how regulation, technology, and data can be brought together to solve challenges facing government, regulators and industry.

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Agenda

Presenters slide decks are available via the agenda. Click on the hyperlinked session title to view a slide deck.

Tuesday, March 6
5:30pm – 7:30 pm 
Welcome Reception
Sponsored by K & L Gates
Speakers, Data Coalition members, and Summit sponsors only
Wednesday, 
March 7 
8:00 am
RegTech Data Summit
Registration and Breakfast
Capital Hilton, Washington, D.C.
9:15 am – 9:30 am Welcome
Room: Presidential

Hudson Hollister, Executive Director, Data Coalition
Craig Clay, President, Global Capital Markets, Donnelley Financial Solutions
9:30 am – 10:00 am 
Opening Keynote: Reforms to Enable RegTech
Michael Piwowar, Commissioner, Securities and Exchange Commission
Yolanda ScottPrincipal, Booz Allen Hamilton (moderator)
10:00 am – 10:30 am 
Fireside Chat: Modernizing Regulatory Reporting
Leslie Seidman, Former Chair, Financial Accounting Standards Board
Giancarlo Pellizzari, Head, Banking Supervision Data Division, European Central Bank
Hudson Hollister, Executive Director, Data Coalition
10:30 am – 11:00 am Networking Break 
11:00 am – 11:45 am Regulation Breakout
Room: Presidential

  • Daniel Bucsa, Deputy Director Division of Market Oversight, CFTC
  • Karl Eiholzer, Director, Product Management – Regulatory Services, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
  • Mike Willis, Associate Director, Division of Economic and Risk Analysis, SEC
  • Tim Doyle, Senior VP, Conference of State Banking Supervisors
  • Sergio Rodriguera Member, Trade Finance Advisory Council, Department of Commerce
  • Bryce Pippert, Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton (moderator)
Room: South American
  • Jeremy Kuester, Deputy Associate Director, Policy Division, FinCEN, Treasury Department
  • Denyette DePierro, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Center for Payments and Cybersecurity Policy, ABA
  • Haimera Workie, Senior Director for Emerging Regulatory Issues, FINRA
  • Karel Engelen, Senior Director and Co-Head, Data, Reporting & FpML, ISDA
  • Will Leahey, VP and Assistant General Counsel, Operations and Technology, SIFMA (moderator)
Room: Federal
  • David Barkley, Business Initiatives Director, FreddieMac
  • Stephan Wolf, CEO, Global LEI Foundation
  • Dessa Glasser, Former Chief Data Officer – Asset Management, JPMorgan Chase
  • Matt Reed, Chief Counsel, Office of Financial Research, Treasury Department
  • Steven Meizanis, Head of Entity Content Management, Bloomberg
11:45 am – 12:15 pm Regulation Demo 

  • Grant Vergottini, Architect, United States Legislative Markup
  • Mark Stodder, President, Xcential (moderator)
Technology Demo

  • Jason Meyers, Co-Founder, Auditchain
  • Eric Cohen, Director of Assurance and XBRL Architecture, Auditchain (moderator)
  • Matt Vickers, Head of Product Globalization, Xero
  • John Truzzolino, Director of Business Development, Donnelley Financial Solutions (moderator)
12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
Lunch 
Sponsored by Workiva 
1:30 pm – 1:45 pm 
Room: Presidential
Dean Ritz, Senior Director of Digital Reporting Strategy, Workiva 
1:45 pm – 2:15 pm
 Room: Presidential
Joe Lonsdale, Founder, Palantir and OpenGov; Partner, 8vc 
Phaedra Chrousos, Chief Innovation Officer, Libra Group (moderator)
2:15 pm – 3:00 pm

Room: Presidential
Sponsored by Grant Thornton 
Christina McGlosson-Wilson, Associate Director, Division of Enforcement, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Vishal Chawla, Principal, National Advisory Services, Grant Thornton
Adam White, Director, Center for the Study of the Administrative State, George Mason University
Francis Rose, Host, Government Matters (moderator)
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Networking Break
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm 
Fireside: Looking Ahead
Room: Presidential
Steven Balla, Associate Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Public Administration, and International Affairs, The George Washington University
Jim Harper, former Executive Vice President, Competitive Enterprise Institute, and former Global Policy Counsel, Bitcoin Foundation
Sarah Joy Hays, Chief of Staff, Data Coalition
4:00pm – 4:15pm 
Closing Remarks
Room: Presidential
Hudson Hollister, Executive Director, Data Coalition
Craig Clay, President, Global Capital Markets, Donnelley Financial Solutions

March 7, 2018

Capital Hilton,

Washington, D.C.

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Speakers

Speakers will be updated as they are confirmed.

Commissioner, Securities and Exchange Commission
Founder, Palantir and OpenGov; Partner, 8vc
Former Chair, Financial Accounting Standards Board
Head, Banking Supervision Data Division
European Central Bank
Former Chief Data Officer – Asset Management
JPMorgan Chase
Deputy Director Division of Market Oversight,
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Vice President and
Assistant General Counsel, Operation and Technology,
SIFMA
Associate Director, 
Division of Economic and Risk Analysis, Securities and Exchange Commission
CEO, Global LEI Foundation
Director,
Center for the Study of the Administrative State,
George Mason University
former Executive Vice President,
Competitive Enterprise Institute,
and former Global Policy Counsel,
Bitcoin Foundation
President, Global Capital Markets,
Donnelley Financial Solutions
Architect, United States Legislative Markup
Executive Director, Data Coalition
Director, Product Management – Regulatory Services,
Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board
Chief Counsel Office of Financial Research,
Treasury Department
President, Xcential
Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton
Chief Innovation Officer Libra Group
Deputy Associate Director, Policy Division,
FinCEN Department of the Treasury
Senior Director for Emerging Regulatory Issues, FINRA
Co-Founder Auditchain
Host, Government Matters
Director of Assurance and XBRL Architecture,
Auditchain
Vice President and Senior Counsel,
Center for Payments and
Cybersecurity Policy, American Bankers Association
Business Initiatives Director, FreddieMac

Senior Vice President,
Conference of State Banking Supervisors
Senior Director and Co-Head,
Data, Reporting & FpML ISDA
Director, Corporate Governance Services,
Donnelley Financial Solutions

Senior Director of Digital Reporting Strategy, Workiva
Principal, National Advisory Services,
Grant Thornton
Member, Trade Finance Advisory Council,
Department of Commerce
image: Bryce Pippert
Vice President,
Booz Allen Hamilton
Associate Director, Division of Enforcement,
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Associate Professor of Political Science,
Public Policy and Public Administration,
and International Affairs,
The George Washington University
Chief of Staff,
Data Coalition
Head of Product Globalization, Xero

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