REDWOOD CITY, Calif., April 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Actiance, the leader in active communications compliance, archiving, and analytics, today unveiled the details of its upcoming Actiance Unleash 2017 Summit, which will take place May 23–24 at the Convene Conference Center in New York City. In its fifth consecutive year, Unleash 2017 will delve into the biggest regulatory and compliance risks facing financial services firms today, and showcase success stories and the cutting-edge best practices for combating these new challenges. The event will feature keynote addresses from top experts at SIFMA on the impact of the new White House on financial regulation, as well as breakout sessions, labs, interactive panels and customer spotlights led by executives from top financial services companies. Register at: https://www.actiance.com/actiance-unleash-2017/
In an industry that always sees rapid change and substantial penalties for failing to keep up, 2017 will present investment houses and banks with more potentially ground-shifting regulatory and compliance developments than most years. Companies are preparing for MiFID II and GDPR, and with a new administration there is speculation as to whether regulations such as Dodd-Frank could be relaxed. New social tools such as Slack and WhatsApp have joined email, Skype for Business, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter as preferred communications channels for financial institutions and their clients, and organizations are unlocking new value from Office 365. Traders are also using personal smartphones and other emerging consumer voice tools for business purposes more often.
Experts from SIFMA 'Unleash' the Latest on Financial Regulation
At Unleash 2017, attendees will learn about the impact these forces may have on communications and content security, regulatory, legal and corporate governance from the industry's most informed executives, and discover the processes, systems and cloud archiving and other technology that will keep their organizations out of trouble. This year's Unleash agenda will feature:
- Keynote session, "The New Administration and Congress: What Will be the Impact on Financial Regulation?" led by SIFMA experts, including:
- Jennifer Flitton, Managing Director, Federal Government Affairs, SIFMA
- Joseph Vaughan, Managing Director, Federal Government Relations, SIFMA
"Actiance Unleash is the once-a-year opportunity for leaders and innovators in the compliance space to share the latest industry happenings and discuss the most up-to-date methods for overcoming challenges within the ever-changing regulatory landscape," said Kailash Ambwani, CEO, Actiance. "This year, more so than ever, the learnings that attendees come away with will be invaluable, as we tackle trending topics like compliance under the new administration and the growing importance of social media and voice archiving."
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Actiance is the leader in communications compliance, archiving, and analytics. We provide compliance across the broadest set of communications and social channels with insights on what's being captured. Actiance customers manage over 500 million daily conversations across 80 channels and growing. Customers include the top 10 U.S., top 5 Canadian, top 8 European, and top 3 Asian banks. The Actiance advantage is customers stay ahead of compliance and uncover patterns and relationships hidden within their data. Learn more at www.actiance.com.
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Senior Director, Corporate Communications, Actiance, Inc.
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