Future of Computing

What is RegTech and what does it mean for policymakers? 

RegTech responds to the urgent need for transparency and flexibility in modern regulatory practices and marks the shift from reactive to dynamic regulation Image: UNSPLASH/Christine Hume

Roslyn Doktor

Vice President, Tech & Science Policy, IBM

Robb Henzi

SVP, Strategy + Head of Policy & Philanthropy Practice, Sparks and Honey

Landry Signé

Professor and Managing Director, Thunderbird School of Global Management

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