As the world continues to navigate a new normal in many aspects of life, it is critical that trust, transparency and good governance remains at our collective forefront.. RegTech can help organisations implement better compliance, translate data into actionable insights that help make better business decisions but most of all the down-stream impacts are that it helps protect people and restores trust.
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#RegTechMatters - find out why it should matter to you.
- Deborah Young, CEO, The RegTech Association
- Mark Adams, Senior Executive Leader, Strategic Intelligence, ASIC
- Mark Wood, COO, RedMarker
- Mark Tyndall, VP Markets and Growth APAC, Neota Logic
- Why RegTech Matters
- What is it anyway?
- Why its important to regulated entities
- The eco-system
- The importance of a global language
Deborah Young, The RegTech Association
Mark Adams, ASIC
- Why RegTech is important for regulators
- A brief update on ASIC’s RegTech plans for 2021
Member case studies
RedMarker - Mark Wood
Red Marker has changed the way legal risk detection for digital content is being delivered. Focusing on compliance outcomes and cost optimisation, our Software as a Service platform enables real-time probabilistic risk identification in marketing.
Neota Logic - Mark Tyndall
Neota Logic’s award-winning technology consists of an AI-powered platform that allows professionals to rapidly build and deploy application solutions that automate their expertise, increase productivity and improve client satisfaction.
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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.
About Mark Adams
Mark leads the team responsible for driving ASIC's economic and risk analysis unit, as well as leading ASIC's Innovation Hub and Regtech initiatives. Mark has held a range of senior executive positions at ASIC including lead of ASIC's competition in equity markets project and the Exchange Market Operators, Regulatory Policy and International teams.
Between 2012 to 2014, Mark held secondments as Principal Adviser, Financial System Inquiry Secretariat and Director, Strategy, Research and Risk, Ontario Securities Commission. Prior to joining ASIC, Mark worked in the corporate and superannuation areas of a national law firm.
About Mark Wood
Mark Wood is the Chief Operating Officer for Red Marker responsible for leading the scaling of Red Marker's artificial intelligence powered compliance solutions through partners and customers. Red Marker has changed the way legal risk detection for marketing and digital content is being delivered.
Focusing on compliance outcomes and cost optimisation, Red Marker’s Software as a Service platform enables real-time probabilistic risk identification in marketing content using machine learning rules and natural language processing.
Prior to this, Mark Wood was CEO of Beem It and was responsible leading the talented teams focused on the development, operation, launch and growth of Beem It, a free app that makes payments instant, easy and secure, no matter who you bank with.
Mark Wood has held senior roles at the Ingenico Group, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, ING Bank and Tyro Payments. Across his financial services career, Mark has launched and scaled award-winning customer-focused offerings including the Beem It app, Tyro EFTPOS, ING Bank Orange Everyday, and CommBank’s Albert EFTPOS Tablet.
Mark studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California Berkeley and Business at Macquarie University. Mark is married with 2 children and lives in Sydney.
About Mark Tyndall
Mark is a lawyer and automation technology specialist. He has advised financial services and other listed companies on contentious regulatory matters, investigations, class action litigation, and automation technology solutions. At Neota Logic, Mark works with in-house legal and regulatory teams, law firms, accounting firms and claims assessment teams to figure out how design and no-code development tools can help us all to do more, and to streamline and de-risk a whole range of outcomes for regulated entities.