Potential social and economic benefits of financial inclusion in developing countries are huge, yet many obstacles remain on the path to a fully banked world
Pressure on publicly listed companies to publish guidance on quarterly earnings is seen by some as driving harmful short-termism through an unhealthy preoccupation with near-term profits at the expense of long-term value
Regulatory risk is an increasing burden, yet many firms are still not taking an integrated risk-based approach to dealing with compliance
Treating regulatory compliance as merely a tick-box exercise is a lost opportunity to add value to your business
Financial services are constantly evolving, so how will regulation help shape the future of banking?
Technological disruption has been slow in capital markets, particularly regarding regulation, so how are disruptors persuading financial institutions to overcome their fears?
A collaboration of financial regulators aims to support innovation in a sector which does not recognise borders
Opening up banking to more competition remains in the slow lane while new regulations rev up the industry