Why You Need to Be at COMPLY2018

It’s hard to believe that 2017 is coming to a close. There’s been so much change in the regulatory landscape and in the tech ecosystem—that keeping up is overwhelming. With GDPR looming, sales practices coming under fire and turmoil at one of the largest federal regulators, we have so much to discuss at COMPLY2018!

So, it’s time now to secure your seat and lock in the dates of May 16 - 17 to join us in NYC at COMPLY2018, the World’s Largest RegTech and Compliance Conference.

At COMPLY2018 you’ll hear from federal, state and global regulators on what’s shaping their current agenda, you’ll get an inside look as leading compliance professionals share their playbooks and you can watch as PerformLine and other RegTech offerings share more about their technologies that can help organizations reach their compliance goals.

COMPLY always brings together a veritable who’s who in Consumer Finance, RegTech, Lending, Payments, Higher Ed, FinTech and more for two days full of insights, playbooks, best practices, parties and networking. As an attendee or as a sponsor, you’ll have plenty of chances to meet tech experts, consultants, lawyers, investors or like-minded professionals from across the globe during the many networking opportunities.

Let’s face it, compliance conversations can be tedious but not at COMPLY where ensuring this is not your typical compliance conference is a top priority for our team. We always host the conference at an unconventional venue that brings an energy and a true NYC experience to attendees. This year is no exception! Tribeca 360’s huge, full circle layout is spectacular and is the perfect spot for networking and learning. Plus, we'll end our day with an epic networking party on the Tribeca Rooftop with 360º views of the NYC skyline.

COMPLY2018 is a conference you can’t afford to miss!



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