AIR’s mission includes connecting the complex regulatory ecosystem to share best practices, build connective tissue across siloed entities, and inspire innovation. We host events with stakeholders across all disciplines — regulatory, technology, academic, industry — and drive conversation into action.  If you are interested in participating, please contact us.

Deep Dives

Regulating for Fair Finance: There is a will and there is a way

Join us for a webinar - October 27, 11:00am ET - We will facilitate a lively conversation among globally-leading thinkers from across the financial regulatory ecosystem -- a banker, a tech expert, a regulator, and a leader of the global regulatory innovation community. Each will propose the most practical steps to take, now, to rapidly advance regtech progress. Each will also suggest the game-changing strategies to launch, now, to make the next decade produce an interoperable, data-centered, AI-enabled regulatory system. From digital regulatory reporting to machine-readable regulation, what should we do and where should we start, to realize the goal of genuinely fair finance?   


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Regulators Using Open Source: the FCA and the CFPB

As a follow up to the Introduction to Open Source, AIR partnered with the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the U.S. Financial Consumer Protection Bureau (CFPB) to share regulators’ direct experience using Open Source.


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Introduction to Open Source for Regulators

AIR launched its new learning program, air.ed, with a webinar on Open Source — this is the first in a series of technology deep dives for regulators. The event was co-hosted by the Fintech Open Source Foundation, FINOS, and covered the basics of Open Source and its potential in financial regulation.


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Capitol Hill Briefing on Legal Impediments to Innovation

AIR and the Omidyar Network asked the Buckley law firm to prepare a pro bono analysis of federal laws and protocols that may impede technology innovation by U.S. financial regulators. The Buckley study, entitled Innovation by Financial Regulators: Administrative and Regulatory Hurdles to Innovation, is based on off-the-record interviews with a range of agency officials regarding obstacles to such efforts. We held a one-hour briefing on the report on Capitol Hill.


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