The Legal 500

How RegTech is shaking up the legal services

17 March 2022, 6.00pm AESDT

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How RegTech is shaking up the legal services


Over the past decade, RegTech has accentuated its influence over the broad regulatory and legal landscape. Understanding RegTech and its impact and benefits on companies has become a key issue to in-house legal teams.

In this webinar, Complize, a startup and partner of Hammond Taylor, has brought together major stakeholders of the RegTech ecosystem in Australia to discuss fundamental questions and keep lawyers up to date with the trends they need to be aware of in 2022.

Our distinguished panel will examine the following elements:

    • Understanding Regtech and how it impacts the legal space.
    • How the Australian Government is supporting Regtech.
    • Economics and efficiency of process.
    • How RegTech is enabling transformation of an organisation’s risk management and compliance functions.
    • What is the decision-making process for organisations seeking to procure specific capability from the RegTech space to solve challenges in their organisations?
    • How Regtech is impacting the cost of compliance and the risk of non-compliance for organisations.


Jackson Taylor

CEO and founder,  Complize
Jackson is a recognised and leading immigration lawyer in Australia. As an immigration lawyer and registered migration agent, he has planned solutions to improve immigration systems for several years. These are now coming to life in the Complize platform. Jackson is a registered migration agent, legal practitioner, and an accredited mediator with experience in workplace investigations, mediation, and training services. Jackson holds an LLM Juris Doctor, Grad Dip in Legal Practice, and a Master of Workplace and Employment Law.

Adrian Kinderis

Co-founder of the Bombora Technologies group of companies (formerly AusRegistry Group) in 1999 grew the business from a small Melbourne start-up to a thriving global organisation. Under his leadership as chief executive officer, the group created a powerful reputation as the specialists in developing high-volume, complex, transaction-based internet systems. His relentless pursuit of success helped gain the company an enviable position within the industry. This success resulted in the acquisition of Bombora Technologies in July 2015 by US technology company Neustar. The purchase helped establish Neustar as the world’s largest provider of domain name registry services.

Victor Dominello

New South Wales minister for customer service and member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly
Victor Dominello is a senior minister in the New South Wales government and has held various portfolios over the last decade, including Aboriginal affairs, innovation and finance. In 2019 he was designated the inaugural minister for customer service and, in 2021, was also established the inaugural minister for digital government. Victor was a member of the original crisis cabinet which led the NSW response to Covid-19 and now sits on the Covid-19 and Economic Recovery Committee. His particular focus has been on delivering digital solutions such as the Service NSW QR code check-in feature and the real-time data analysis, which has informed the state’s decision making. Victor has been the driving force behind the rollout of the Digital Driver Licence, the establishment of the $2.1bn Digital Restart Fund and the rapid expansion of the Service NSW app to include QR code check-ins, the voucher programmes, such as Dine and Discover, Covid-19 test alert notifications and the registration of positive rapid antigen tests.

Tim Philipps MAICD

Co-founder, RegVisory
Tim is a business innovator and builder who has worked at the highest levels of the global Deloitte organisation over the past two decades. He has led, influenced, and delivered a transformation plan in financial crime and analytics for Deloitte and its clients. In both his forensic and analytics roles, he has led global teams operating across many countries, successfully securing the alignment of diverse interests, and delivering a single market-leading focus to drive remarkable growth measured in the billions of dollars. Conducting the forensic business to the top position globally among its competitors, Tim established a clear focus on advisory services, combined with regulatory technology and analytics, to transform Deloitte’s forensic and financial crime businesses. Tim has more than 20 years of extensive consulting experience and a total of more than 40 years of consulting law enforcement, securities markets/regulatory and financial crime advisory experience. His primary industry focus is financial services and the banking sector.

Marc Gilman

General counsel and VP of compliance, Theta Lake
Marc Gilman is general counsel and VP of compliance at Theta Lake where he advises on technology, privacy, and product strategy. Marc has sixteen years of law, financial services, and IT experience as a litigator at Schiff Hardin LLP and in-house at Morgan Stanley. His practice includes a diverse set of technology-related regulatory issues such as information management, cybersecurity, SEC and FINRA regulation, GDPR, and electronic communications compliance.  Marc holds a BA, cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania and an LLB from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Bec Spoor

Hammond Taylor
Experienced and dedicated sales and partnership manager with a proven track record of delivering a full range of immigration and visa solutions to the corporate market. Rebecca is a skilled relationship manager. She is the link between diverse range of stakeholders, resolving potential issues and providing high-quality services.

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