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25 June: #RegTechEdgeNoBorders - People Risk

  • 25 Jun 2020
  • 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Online - via Microsoft Teams

Registration is closed

#RegTechEdgeNoBorders People Risk

People are at the heart of every business. RegTech can help leaders and teams perform with confidence and at their most productive.

These types of RegTech can also help assess and mitigate risk of non-compliance emerging from across different areas of an organisation.This global RegTech showcase will focus on a number of areas impacting your people and their performance over a series of 5 minute presentations.

  • Conduct, Compliance Monitoring and Culture Risk
  • Compliance Training
  • Whistle Blowing
  • Speech and sentiment analytics

  • Deborah Young, CEO, The RegTech Association
  • San Retna, Managing Director, Risk and Compliance Lead, Financial Services, Accenture Australia and New Zealand





Welcome and acknowledgement of country

Deborah Young, CEO, The RegTech Association
The RTA is a non-profit industry body whose members are committed to accelerating the adoption of RegTech and sustaining a global centre of RegTech excellence.


People Risk Overview

San Retna, 
Event MC & Managing Director, Risk & Compliance Practice Lead, Accenture Australia and New Zealand
Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Combining unmatched experience and specialised skills across 40+ industries.


Member presentations on People Risk

  • Julian Fenwick, GRC Solutions - compliance training

    GRC Solutions are leaders in on-line compliance training. Our industry experts and unique development tools allow us to create extraordinary training materials that increase engagement, reduce training times and improve learning outcomes.

  • Marie Holmes, Pax Republic - conduct and culture
    Pax's Stakeholder Voice platform, Platos, is a virtual forum technology to pandemic-proof culture assessments. COVID-19 has made face2face corporate culture risk focus groups unviable. Platos' virtual, AI-moderated forums combine scale and anonymity to give human insight that's 10X faster, 100X more reliable so Internal Audit can know in granular detail how to reduce risk.

  • Charles Boulo, Whispli - whistleblowing 
    Whispli enables trusted conversations by providing a secure and anonymous reporting platform to identify hidden risks in the most effective way – through your people.
  • Dilip Mohapatra, Cognitive View - conduct risk/compliance monitoring
    Cognitive View analyses customer communication data, including call center to automate conduct risk and compliance monitoring. It also provides details on customer experience, vulnerability, and identifies complaints. This platform is built for supervisors of regulated entities and provides a framework for better internal and regulatory reporting against the expected obligations.

  • Richard Kimber, Daisee - Speech and sentiment analytics that automates risk and quality management
    Daisee is an Australian AI software company bridging the gap between technical AI and commercial application in the fields of vision and voice.


      Q&A moderated by MC


      Thank you and event concludes
      Deborah Young, RTA 

      About San Retna

      San Retna is the Managing Director, Risk and Compliance Lead, Financial Services, Accenture Australia and New Zealand. Based in Sydney, San collaborates with clients to help enhance their customer experience, streamline their cost base and improve their agility through innovation. With almost three decades of deep and broad client and consultancy experience, San has driven strategic transformation initiatives with and for financial services organisations across the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. His work has focused on helping organisations to set up and manage their internal investments to strengthen productivity for optimal success.

      About Deborah Young

      Deborah Young is the founding CEO of The RegTech Association. Deborah has more than 20 years experience in financial services advocacy and engagement across technology, venture capital, private equity, financial markets, insurance and superannuation. She is passionate about building a community that accelerates deployment of technology that drives productivity and superior consumer outcomes. Deborah is a member of the Federal Government’s FinTech Advisory Committee and in 2019 was awarded an AFR 100 Women of Influence Award for Innovation.