Technological disruption has been slow in capital markets, particularly regarding regulation, so how are disruptors persuading financial institutions to overcome their fears?
Regulation Technology 2018
Following the 2008 financial crash, increasing levels of regulation have been introduced to hold the financial services sector to account and new regulation technology has sprung up as a result. The Regulation Technology report, published in The Sunday Times, explores whether regulation is holding back traditional banks from innovating and how capital markets are slowly embracing the technology. It covers how some firms are taking a risk-based approach to regulation compliance, and whether future regtech could do more than cover backs and tick boxes. Also featured is an infographic detailing the many areas where this technology can add value
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