501. Insights: Cloud migration and regulation - how do they work together?
David Brear is joined by leaders from IBM and the Alliance for Innovative Regulation to dive into cloud implementation in financial services.
In this episode of Fintech Insider, David Brear and guests delve into all things cloud. Focusing on how banks and financial services can migrate to the cloud and remain compliant along the way, we also examine how technology and regulation can work together as cloud technology evolves.
Joining David to discuss the topic are:
- Howard Boville - Head of IBM Hybrid Cloud Platform
- Jo Ann Barefoot - CEO & Cofounder at Alliance for Innovative Regulation; Cofounder at Hummingbird Regtech
Together they explore the regulatory challenges in financial services and how cloud implementation can help, the ways in which technology and regulation can work symbiotically, and their predictions on what will come next in the cloud and finance space.
This episode is sponsored by IBM. Want to check out the IBM Public cloud offering? Check it out here! http://ibm.co/36eJOnC
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Special Guests: Howard Boville and Jo Ann Barefoot.