Webinar

Sensitive Industries & Industry Trends

Ensuring that you are compliant with the various complexities of regulatory limits and disclosures can be challenging at the best of times, let alone when changes are taking place as rapidly as they currently are.

 

To help, we hosted this webinar with guest speakers from aosphere. In it we discuss:

  • Sensitive industries:
    - Complexities and data management
    - How FundApps has worked with clients to build a system that works
  • Covid-19 regulatory changes and challenges:
    - Regulatory updates such as ESMA's reduction of the EU SSR limit to 0.1%.
    - FundApps' client perspective

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Speakers

Dave Polonsky

Dave Polonsky

Head of North America at FundApps

Dave has worked in buy-side FinTech for more than 10 years and recently finished his MBA at LBS. His roles have included country expansion, management consulting, business development, and account management in New York and in London.

He joined FundApps 5 years ago and heads up our New York office.

 

Kevinraj Bhatia

Kevinraj Bhatia

Head of Content at FundApps

Kevinraj has more than 8 years of experience as a Compliance Officer, working in both buy-side and sell-side compliance advisory roles. In his time as a compliance officer he advised on global regulatory disclosure of interest filings, and helped to build in house shareholding disclosure software platforms.

He joined FundApps in 2019 after discovering how compliance-as-a-service could allow financial institutions to concentrate on what they do best: making investment decisions.

CLARE GODSON

CLARE GODSON

Executive Director as aosphere

Clare is an Executive Director at aosphere LLP (an affiliate of Allen & Overy LLP). Clare is a highly experienced lawyer, qualifying with Allen & Overy in 2000 and has also worked in house for a major global financial institution. She has experience of a wide range of cross-border legal issues faced by compliance professionals, and has worked significantly with North American financial institutions having recently spent four years in the New York office.