BoE’s Cunliffe: Cryptos’ financial stability risks can only go upwards
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BoE’s Cunliffe: Cryptos’ financial stability risks can only go upwards

4d | By Jeremy Chan, Journalist

BoE’s Cunliffe: Cryptos’ financial stability risks...

Sir Jon Cunliffe, deputy governor at the Bank of England, warned that while a crypto asset correction would not cause financial stability risks at the...

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Upcoming ESG compliance will be like ‘Mifid II on steroids’, PwC specialist warns
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Upcoming ESG compliance will be like ‘Mifid II on steroids’, PwC specialist warns

5d | By Aoife Morgan, Journalist

Upcoming ESG compliance will be like ‘Mifid II on ...

New regulatory regimes will help provide clarity on corporate climate reporting, data structures, and companies disclosures, but firms still have to g...

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Open Banking and the future of finance
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Open Banking and the future of finance

3w | Tudor Lodge

Open Banking and the future of finance

Open Banking has many benefits, but end-to-end digital architecture must be embraced by financial institutions for it to become the true future of fin...

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The major trends banks are adopting to tackle risk architecture issues
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The major trends banks are adopting to tackle risk architecture issues

3w | CompatibL Technologies LLC

The major trends banks are adopting to tackle risk...

Banks and financial institutions often face a barrage of challenges relating to their risk architecture, but these have been exacerbated by the econom...

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The need for headless architecture in the banking industry
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The need for headless architecture in the banking industry

3w | Profile Software

The need for headless architecture in the banking ...

Headless architecture is the best option for banks looking to create a single customer view, with a multi-channel approach in order to comply with new...

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Decoupling from the EU: the new UK Investment Firm Prudential Regime
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Decoupling from the EU: the new UK Investment Firm Prudential Regime

4w | By Attilio Veneziano, Contributing Columnist

Decoupling from the EU: the new UK Investment Firm...

The Investment Firm Directive and Regulation (IFD and IFR), embodying the new prudential, capital and liquidity requirements regime for European inves...

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AFME, Protiviti report maps out barriers to wider cloud adoption
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AFME, Protiviti report maps out barriers to wider cloud adoption

4w | By Anjali Kochhar

AFME, Protiviti report maps out barriers to wider ...

The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) has outlined some key the potential key regulatory barriers to a more far-reaching adoption of ...

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The climate transition risks for the banking sector
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The climate transition risks for the banking sector

4w | Prometeia

The climate transition risks for the banking secto...

Senior economist Eliana Canavesio, economist Giulia Bassani, senior specialist Sofia Maria Lauriola and Alessandra Bettocchi of Prometeia analyse tran...

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EBA paves the way for tighter scrutiny of digital platforms
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EBA paves the way for tighter scrutiny of digital platforms

4w | By Anjali Kochhar

EBA paves the way for tighter scrutiny of digital ...

The European Banking Authority (EBA) laid the groundworks for tighter supervision and regulation of digital platforms on Tuesday, warning “the speed o...

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NY Fed's vice president urges industry to move faster on Libor transition
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NY Fed's vice president urges industry to move faster on Libor transition

1m | By Jeremy Chan, Journalist

NY Fed's vice president urges industry to move fas...

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s vice president called upon the financial sector to focus squarely on the 2021 deadline as the endgame for...

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Legacy data sets holding back FI AML compliance teams
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Legacy data sets holding back FI AML compliance teams

1m | By Aoife Morgan, Journalist

Legacy data sets holding back FI AML compliance te...

The fast-pace changes taking place in the anti-money laundering (AML) regulatory landscape, partially prompted by the scale of money laundering scanda...

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Tech companies' unregulated financial data business creating substantial market distortions, industry warns
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Tech companies' unregulated financial data business creating substantial market distortions, industry warns

1m | By Anna Brunetti

Tech companies' unregulated financial data busines...

Tech companies’ increasingly heavy rotation into the financial sector is creating market distortions in data service provision and pricing, leading in...

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AFME, Capco warn against ‘localising' effects of regulations aimed at banks’ increasingly global operations
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AFME, Capco warn against ‘localising' effects of regulations aimed at banks’ increasingly global operations

1m | By Anjali Kochhar

AFME, Capco warn against ‘localising' effects of r...

Amid an ongoing debate as to whether banks should fully embrace a global operational approach or rather opt for sharper localisation, the Association ...

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Buoyed by ARRC’s stamp of approval, term Sofr rates may bypass much of the market’s need for CSRs
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Buoyed by ARRC’s stamp of approval, term Sofr rates may bypass much of the market’s need for CSRs

2m | By Jeremy Chan and Anna Brunetti

Buoyed by ARRC’s stamp of approval, term Sofr rate...

The term Sofr rate recently endorsed by the US Alternate Reference Rate Committee (ARRC) – a private working group commissioned by the Federal R...

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Video: The future of financial services post-Brexit, a chat with KPMG's Kay Swinburne
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Video: The future of financial services post-Brexit, a chat with KPMG's Kay Swinburne

2m | By Aaran Fronda, Deputy Editor

Video: The future of financial services post-Brexi...

Kay Swinburne, vice chair of financial services at KPMG UK speaks to bobsguide about how greater capital market fragmentation could hinder the EU's CM...

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EU anti-money laundering proposals already pushing crypto business away, warn advisors
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EU anti-money laundering proposals already pushing crypto business away, warn advisors

2m | By Aoife Morgan, Journalist

EU anti-money laundering proposals already pushing...

Financial sector advisors are warning that the European Commission’s plans to crack down on the crypto sector, bringing crypto exchanges and service p...

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How fintech is changing the face of consumer finance
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How fintech is changing the face of consumer finance

2m | Tudor Lodge

How fintech is changing the face of consumer finan...

The UK fintech sector has attracted $5.7bn worth of investment in H1 2021, with investors eager to back disruptive start-ups upending consumer finance...

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Global financial bodies unveil transition to single Common Domain Model
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Global financial bodies unveil transition to single Common Domain Model

3m | By Anna Brunetti

Global financial bodies unveil transition to singl...

Global financial markets associations revealed on Monday they’re working on a shared, cross-sector Common Domain Model (CDM) that would enable investo...

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