Award winning Swiss firm Apiax will present “Cross-Border Compliance Digitally Mastered” in Luxembourg on 18 January.
With legal and compliance costs at historical highs and facing a world where products and services become increasingly digital, Apiax offer a solution for Wealth Management and Private Banking that increases efficiency and certainty by transforming complex financial regulations into easy-to-use digital compliance rules. Apiax’s technology allows to work with constantly up-to-date and verified digital rules that are managed in a powerful platform and can be integrated directly into banking processes through an advanced API. The user-friendly App puts the power of this digital regulatory repository directly into the hands of client-facing employees and allows them to receive binary answers on complex regulatory matters on the fly and with the highest possible convenience.
Apiax Co-founder, Ralf Huber, has over 16 years of legal and compliance experience within the financial industry and holds a Master of Law from the University of Zurich. Starting his compliance career at Zürcher Kantonalbank, Ralf went on to perform a variety of different legal and compliance roles at Credit Suisse between 2005 and 2016, both in Switzerland and abroad. In his last role at Credit Suisse, Ralf managed a lawyer team covering all legal and compliance tasks for the investment services and products, asset management and mutual funds business in Switzerland. Ralf has always been passionate about standardisation and leveraging technology to simplify the demands of modern legal and compliance work. He is a founding member of the International RegTech Association (IRTA) and president of the IRTA’s Swiss chapter.
The event, RegTech Solutions for Wealth Management and Private Banking is a part of the “RegTech for Luxembourg” series, and focusses on the opportunities brought by RegTech for the Wealth Management & Private Banking Industry. The RegTech for Luxembourg series is brought by FinnoLux in association with the International RegTech Association (IRTA). We focus on real technologies than can be deployed now.
Come and join us for an exciting and thought-provoking breakfast-briefing in which we will show you how to create revenue from regulation and compliance.
Entry is free, however as places are limited, please register at
The event will start at 8:30 on 18 January, at Ca(fé)sino, 41 rue Notre Dame, 2240 Luxembourg City