Watch TRAction’s Regtech Panel at Finance Magnates London Summit 2018

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TRAction attended another year at Finance Magnates London Summit at Old Billingsgate. Considered the home of the FX Industry, London Summit is the world’s largest event for the trading industry community. The conference brings together asset managers, top tier retail brokers and fintech startups, to provide a platform for networking and insights from market leaders.

RegTech Panel – The Future of Regulation: APAC and Beyond

From Europe to Asia, new regulations have had a fundamental impact on retail brokers’ strategy and day to day operations. Will ESMA’s regulations spread further afield and what does the future hold for China? Watch TRAction founders, Sophie Gerber and Quinn Perrott, provide updated information and actionable insight necessary to operate successfully in and beyond the Asian markets. Delegates can expect:

  • global regulatory update;
  • discussion of ESMA’s leverage restrictions impact on other regions;
  • review of the role of ‘social regulation’ and quasi-regulators (such as Google, Apple, Mastercard and payment providers); and
  • an overview of the costs of compliance per jurisdiction.

All panelists include Sophie Gerber, Director at TRAction Fintech, Quinn Perrott, Director at TRAction Fintech, Melody Gao, Lawyer at Sophie Grace and Craig Allison, Head of Global Development at FP Markets.

TRAction Shortlisted for Best RegTech Reporting Solution

TRAction was delighted to be shortlisted in the Finance Magnates 2018 Awards for the ‘Best RegTech Reporting Solution’ category.

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