FinTech Self-paced Learning Webinars (Webinar 4): Global Trends in RegTech and SupTech with Real-Life Cases

Self-paced Recording

About this course

Format: Webinar

Learning Objectives:
- Identify the areas of applications of RegTech and SupTech solutions
- Understand the technologies driving the innovative area of regulation and compliance
- Obtain a localised view of the current developments, advancements and opportunities for RegTech in APAC, specifically in Hong Kong

Training Content:
- Topic:  RegTech and SupTech- Global Trends
- Language: English
- Speaker: Professor Douglas W. Arner, Kerry Holdings Professor in Law, HKU and RGC Senior Fellow in Digital Finance & Sustainable Development
- What to learn: The use of technology for regulatory compliance, supervision, monitoring and enforcement (RegTech and SupTech) has been growing very rapidly over the past decade. The digitisation of finance driven by the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the digitisation of regulation, supervision and compliance across the world and is one of the
faster growing areas not only of finance but also across other regulated industries such as health, travel and energy. The industry expert will deep dive into the foundations of RegTech and SupTech and the major trends that are shaping the industry today.


Self-paced, Under 2 hours
No credit


Deadline: 31 Dec 2023



Kerry Holdings Professor in Law, HKU and RGC Senior Fellow in Digital Finance & Sustainable Development
Professor Douglas W. Arner is the Kerry Holdings Professor in Law, RGC Senior Fellow in Digital Finance and Sustainable Development and Associate Director of the HKU-Standard Chartered Foundation FinTech Academy at The University of Hong Kong. In addition, he is Associate Dean (Taught Postgraduate and Development) of the Faculty of Law at HKU and co-founder and former Director of HKU’s Asian Institute of International Financial Law, as well as Faculty Director and co-founder of the LLM in Compliance and Regulation, the LLM in Corporate and Financial Law, the Law, Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (LITE), and the East Asian International Economic Law and Policy Programmes. He is also a Board Member of the Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CFTE).