Panelists: Don't Base Startup Investment on Regulation; Consortiums Don't Work

Industry members chat about the best route to implementing disruptive technology.

Panelists discuss the best routes to take when looking to bring disruptive technology into financial services.

With an increased need for transparency and better risk management, the importance of a strong compliance department is an undeniable necessity in 2015. Firms can't afford to skimp on a strong team and infrastructure as they cope with the rules regulators continue to pass.

So it would stand to reason that investing in technology aimed at solving compliance issues would be a safe bet. That's not exactly the case, however, according to David Jegen, a managing director with Devonshire Investments

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