Updated: May 8
With 2021 set to bring about a tidal wave of regulatory reforms, Australian financial services institutions are fast running out of time to implement new mandatory reporting practices for potential regulatory breach issues – including fee miscalculations, deficient consumer advice or cyber-attacks – but the launch of a new ‘RegTech’ platform by national law firm Gadens is set to dramatically improve the regulatory reporting landscape for its users.
Gadens Breach Manager – the first-of-its-kind, cloud-based RegTech platform which officially launched this month – streamlines the information collation, assessment and reporting process of potential regulatory issues to one online platform, allowing financial services institutions across the country to ensure defensible, timely and cost-effective compliance with the new and newly important regimes, including BEAR/FAR, ADI, AFSL and ACL obligations, AML/CTF, Privacy and Design & Distribution.
Powered by Lawcadia, Gadens Breach Manager uses an intelligent and secure platform engine – Lawcadia Intelligence™ – which was launched in October 2020 and is supported by an ISO 27001 certified information security management system.
This interactive webinar will:
Delve into the recent and upcoming regulatory changes
Discuss the compliance challenges facing financial services organisations
Showcase a demonstration of Gadens Breach Manager platform
Outline how this platform can be implemented
Liam Hennessy, Director at Gadens
Sacha Kirk, Co-Founder & CMO at Lawcadia
Steven Dudley, Solutions Specialist at Lawcadia
Lawcadia is a legal technology company with a cloud-based platform that in-house legal teams and their law firms use to manage intake, matters, engagements, RFPs, and spend. It enables users to be more efficient, control processes and spend, and have visibility across the legal function.
An award-winning, easy to implement, intuitive and affordable end-to-end legal operations platform, Lawcadia incorporates no-code workflow automation and logic-based processes with a collaborative and secure interface.
Clients include corporate and government legal teams and over 150 law firms.
Founded in 2015, Lawcadia is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia with clients in Asia-Pacific, UK and the US.