Since the financial crisis of 2008, a huge amount of work has been undertaken by regulators and market participants in addressing many of the serious issues that directly caused the crisis. In 2015, we find ourselves at an inflection point, where we are moving away from pure regulatory compliance, to assessing the impact of regulation on business models, operating models, client interaction, reporting, and the actual products which firms want to trade, all of which should ultimately result in an improvement in return on equity for investors.
Against the backdrop of this dynamic landscape, GFT decided to ask key questions about how firms are reacting to the accelerating volume and pace of new regulation, and what strategies they have in place to cope. John Barclay (Managing Principal, Risk Consulting UK, GFT) and Alan Morley (AML & Practice Lead USA, GFT) have recently co-authored a point-of-view entitled ‘Surviving in ‘The New Normal’ of regulation within financial markets’ which evaluates GFT’s recent regulatory survey results.
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