Beju Shah

Bank of England

Beju Shah is a Senior Expert in the Technology Division of the Bank of England and is responsible for the implementation of regulatory data collections and data standards. Beju has played a leading role in the implementation of Solvency II and CRDIV in the UK, as well as transforming the way the Bank collects data. Beju represents the Bank and UK at the LEI ROC as well as various technical committees of EIOPA, EBA and the ECB. Beju also manages the Bank’s Blockchain Technical Team and has a background in Artificial Intelligence.

My Sessions

Global Opportunities for Enhancing Efficiency

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Organisations around world are using new technologies and processes to both increase the efficiency and effectiveness of reporting programs whilst making data more useful and available. This session will also examine how public-private partnerships are reducing red tape; opportunities to bring greater stability to global finance and commerce; and new efforts to bring greater transparency […]

FinTech Innovations

Pump up the Volume: Dealing with the Next Generation of Regulatory Data

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The Bank of England will share their experiences, successes and lessons learnt in implementing data collection for the complex and multi-dimensional Solvency II insurance regime. Learn how this leading regulator successfully navigated its way and discover how this model is being applied for future initiatives.