Communication Key to Regulatory Influence, Gaining Better Support from Rule Makers

Opening the lines of communication is the answer to questions around effecting regulatory evolution and getting regulatory aid.


The answer to both of those questions is communication, according to panelists at the Toronto Financial Information and Technology Summit 2016.

Allie Harris, who is involved in the data governance and analytics space at Bank of Montreal (BMO), said there needs to be more inter-regulatory communication.

"Have the conversation," Harris said. "They're all looking for the same thing from the same people. How do they go about that intelligently?"

Tim Lind, global head of financial regulation

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