Avoiding the pitfalls of digital transformation – journeying towards compliance by design
Today’s financial firms face the two-fold challenge of ensuring demonstrable compliance whilst enabling work on platforms which support fast and flexible thinking. Compliance – often labelled as “cumbersome, extra overhead” for financial firms – is no doubt key to operating successfully in a highly-regulated environment; yet, it’s no secret that businesses will fall behind if they fail to design products and go-to-market quickly.
More and more, financial firms are also racing to transform digitally, either by going wall-to-wall with new solutions or targeting specific areas to revamp traditional processes.
Against this backdrop, how can organisations create well-designed processes which facilitate embedded compliance?
Tune in on Tuesday 28 July 11am AEST / 1pm NZST / 9am SGT to hear insights on how to achieve a successful digital overhaul, and how financial giants worked have enabled compliance by design, including:
- Responding well to a rapidly-changing regulatory landscape
- Leveraging auditable and transparent tools to enable demonstrable security
- Increasing efficiency to reduce manual tasks and free up staff for higher-value activity
- Overcoming pitfalls in pre-empting, avoiding and effectively reporting breach
Lucy McLelland, Senior Solution Engineer, Conga
Cameron Ridland, Head of Delivery and Continuous Improvement, Judo Bank
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