Local FinTech firm hivera launches inaugural Data and Compliance Virtual Summit

  • Northern Ireland based FinTech company hivera has launched a new global Data and Compliance Virtual Summit for the FinTech industry.

    Events have become an important part of the local tech scene, with conferences such as AI Con and NI Dev Conf gathering local tech industry staff and global speakers from across the industry. Local FinTech firm hivera has now announced that it will be running its inaugural Data and Compliance Virtual Summit later this month.

    The event will take place online on 23rd March and will focus on the growing pressure of data regulations in the UK FinTech, with guest speakers from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Starling Bank, and CurrencyFair. The free two-hour event will bring together people to discuss data protection and privacy laws, risk mitigation, and regulatory compliance in FinTech.

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    Paul Hudson, Product Strategist at hivera, commented: "Regulators are taking a much more active role in policing firms’ data management practices. The Data and Compliance Virtual Summit, will provide attendees with practical, actionable advice from industry experts so they can help bring all of their data under control."

    The list of speakers announced is:

    • Steve Green, Head of Central Data Services, Strategy & Competition, FCA
    • Fintan Byrne, Chief Compliance Officer, CurrencyFair
    • Simon Cole, CEO, Automated Intelligence
    • Jason Maude, Chief Technology Advocate, Starling Bank
    • Paul Hudson, Product Strategist at hivera

    Head over to https://hivera.ai/the-data-and-compliance-virtual-summit/ for more information or to book your free spot at the conference.

    Source: Written based on press release


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