Hogan Lovells Webinar Series | FinTech Strategic Review (Policy and Regulation Chapter)

Hogan Lovells is organising a webinar series on the FinTech Strategic Review (Policy and Regulation Chapter). The Fintech Strategic Review, also referred to as the Kalifa Review, has been commissioned by the Chancellor on behalf of Her Majesty’s Treasury and analyses what is needed to build on the UK’s early successes and retain its leading position as a leading FinTech ecosystem globally.

Our first webinar of the series is a virtual panel discussion covering key findings from the Policy and Regulation chapter. This panel discussion will be followed by a series of webinars in the next couple of weeks focussing on Cryptoassets, Payments, Digital ID, Open Finance and Artificial Intelligence.

Hogan Lovells & KPMG Webinar | The Kalifa Review

Tuesday, 2 March 2021 - 08:30 a.m. - 09:30 a.m. GMT

It is universally acknowledged that policy and regulation have played a huge part in the reputation of the UK as a leading FinTech ecosystem.

The Independent Fintech Strategic Review, commissioned by the Chancellor on behalf of Her Majesty’s Treasury, analyses what is needed to build on the UK’s early successes and retain its leading position globally. The report includes five chapters covering: Policy and Regulation; Skills and Talent; Investment; National Connectivity; and International Attractiveness and Competitiveness.

As leads for the Policy and Regulation chapter, Dr Kay Swinburne and Rachel Kent invite you to join a virtual panel discussion covering key findings from the chapter on 2 March. They will be joined by keynote speakers Ron Kalifa OBE and Lord Holmes of Richmond MBE.

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Upcoming Hogan Lovells webinar series on the FinTech Strategic Review (Policy and Regulation Chapter) #Kalifa

More speakers to be confirmed later.

 

Cryptoassets

Thursday, 4 March 2021 - 12:00 p.m. - 1 p.m. GMT

The UK has the potential for being a leading global centre in respect of crypto and digital assets. How should the regulatory framework develop in response to proposals from the EU and other jurisdictions? Join our industry experts to hear what the Kalifa review is recommending, and what that means for the sector. 

Speakers:

Rachel Kent, Partner, London

John Salmon, Partner, London

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Payments

Thursday, 11 March 2021 - 12:00 p.m. - 1 p.m. GMT

Does the UK have a regulatory framework that provides a firm foundation for the growth of Payments FinTech businesses and products? In this webinar we’ll be exploring the areas that the Fintech Strategic Review considers need updating for payments activities, and some of the broader developments that affect this. This includes how regulation of stablecoins and cryptoassets more generally could fit with the payments regime. Join our industry experts to hear what the Kalifa review is recommending, and what that means for the sector.

Speakers:

Rachel Kent, Partner, London

Roger Tym, Partner, London

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Digital ID

Thursday, 18 March 2021 - 12:00 p.m. - 1 p.m. GMT

Digital ID is regarded as a potential key enabler for FinTech both for retail and corporate customers. What are the key issues of launching a digital ID and what should a trust framework look like? Join our industry experts to hear what the Kalifa review is recommending, and what that means for the sector.

Speakers:

Rachel Kent, Partner, London

John Salmon, Partner, London

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Open Finance

Thursday, 25 March 2021 - 12:00 p.m. - 1 p.m. GMT

Open Finance could revolutionise the way consumers access financial services, but regulators need to make a lot of decisions. Join our industry experts to hear how the Kalifa review tackles the big issues, what recommendations it makes, and what that means for the sector.

Speakers:

Rachel Kent, Partner, London

James Black, Partner, London

Clare Douglas, Senior Associate, London

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Artificial Intelligence

Thursday, 1 April 2021 - 12:00 p.m. - 1 p.m. GMT

The use of AI and machine learning does potentially improve both the quality of decision making and provide efficiencies. However, there are risks and concerns around bias and discrimination. How can we insure management and oversight over these issues? Join our industry experts to hear what the Kalifa review is recommending, and what that means for the sector.

Speakers:

Rachel Kent, Partner, London

John Salmon, Partner, London

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