- FinHub is going to be hosting digital meetings for players all over the industry during coronavirus.
- The SEC said in an announcement released earlier this week on the 11th of June.
One of the financial technology subsidiaries of the securities and exchange commission in the United States, FinHub is going to be hosting digital meetings for players all over the industry during coronavirus. The SEC said the following in an announcement released earlier this week on the 11th of June:
"To facilitate ongoing communications, FinHub will host a series of thematically-based virtual P2P meet-ups over the next few months. During each series, FinHub staff will meet virtually with innovators, entrepreneurs, or firms that wish to discuss issues related to that series’ theme."
These meetings will go over several topics over the next few months with the first topic being regulatory technology. The statement further said that financial service companies are turning to technology as an innovation more and more now in order to strengthen their compliance programs as well as make them more efficient in the regulatory space.
For those that don’t know, FinHub was started in 2018 as a way to connect burgeoning technologies and guidelines that are in control of them. The company set out to add further clarity and contact in the public entities and government agency area as well as soliciting new technologies in the financial industry. The platform has worked hard with on-site gatherings over the last 12 months in a number of different places and COVID-19 has spurred on a different kind of contact going forward.