Present your solution to a relevant audience

Twenty of the world’s most innovative startup and scale-up companies, that offer solutions in RegTech, risk management or cybersecurity, will be invited to give a live demo at the Summit.

The presenting companies will be chosen by a voting process involving all registered delegates prior to the event.

For the audience, this mean the companies on stage are those that create the most interest and excitement amongst leaders of the global RegTech sector.

For the chosen companies, the event offers an unparalleled opportunity to present to a senior decision-making audience that is actively interested in finding out about your solution.

Register today to get involved

To be eligible to present your solution at the Demo Session, you simply need to have registered as a delegate before 28 Feb 2018. (Register here). You will then be invited to submit your company’s details online and be entered into the voting process that will be open to all registered delegates. The 20 winning companies will be informed three weeks prior to the Summit.

Unlike some events that charge up to $10,000 for companies to give demos, we do not charge for companies to present at the Demo Session. Representatives from such companies are required, however, to have registered as delegates and pay the same participant fee as other delegates, which is as low as £200 to £300 for early registrants.

Raise awareness of your company at a global level

In addition to presenting to the audience at the Global RegTech Summit, winning companies will be given extensive coverage on the RegTech Analyst platform ( and their profiles distributed to over 5,000 readers comprising senior compliance and technology decision-makers at the world’s largest financial institutions and regulatory and technology consultants at many of the world’s most influential advisory firms.

If you would like to consider other ways to raise your company’s profile with a relevant global audience, please view the Sponsorships & Exhibitions section.