Banking Regulations

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Group founded 29 Jan 2018
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Discussion around current trends in regulations for banks globally

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Anna Kuzmina

Russia wants to adapt its payment laws to market reality

“Central Bank of Russia takes control over foreign payment systems and e-wallets”, “Alipay and WeChat Pay will be restricted in Russia”, “Russian Central Bank will strengthen regulation towards Apple ...

18 Dec 2018
Laura Glynn

Examining Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement Across Europe

Since the beginning of the financial crisis in 2008, financial institutions have had to deal with a series of regulations to increase transparency. The objective? Creating a safer, more robust and mor...

07 Nov 2018
Rik Coeckelbergs

When Regtech meets Payments

Last week I represented The Banking Scene at 5th NPF and Regtech Leaders Forum, a boutique conference in the middle of Brussels, with about 75 participants. The Banking Scene was a media partner at th...

02 Nov 2018
Michael Kerman

RegTech Aren't Just for Startups

After the 2008 crisis, financial institutions faced a mountain of new regulations and related challenges around data collection, monitoring and reporting. Hundreds of Regulatory Technology (RegTech) s...

29 Oct 2018
Arunachalam N

PSD2 - A New Open Banking Payment Ecosystem

Revise Payment Service Directive (PSD2) is a new regulation provided by EU Directive, administered by the European Commission (Directorate General Internal Market) to regulate payment services and pay...

21 Oct 2018
John Byrne

Data analytics could be the key to making sense of principles-based regulations

Knowing the rules Principles-based regulation was introduced in 1990 by the Financial Services Authority, the UK’s financial services regulator at the time (since superseded by the FCA and PRA). The a...

08 Oct 2018
Reghunathan Sukumara Pillai

Whether mergers of public sector banks will solve the banking crisis in India ?

The nationalization of Banks in 1969 paved the way for growth of banking business in the country with improvement in economy. Banking was perceived as a lucrative white collar job with security and re...

27 Sep 2018
Colm Heffernan

6 Pieces of Advice for Implementing Global Client Lifecycle Management

Implementing a Client Lifecycle Management program is strategically important. However, it is one that spans many different stakeholders across the business, bringing with it many obstacles and challe...

26 Sep 2018
Rachel Woolley

Middle East in Focus: A Changing Compliance Landscape

Within the last ten years, the global financial market has seen a huge increase in the number of regulations to attempt to introduce more transparency and accountability to financial institutions. Thi...

24 Sep 2018
John Byrne

The real reason behind large U.S fines levied against EU firms

Our economic crime data reveals that in the last three and a half years*, 90 percent of global fines (total $14 billion) were issued by United States (US) regulators. Of note is the fact that UK, Fren...

13 Sep 2018
Freddie McMahon

Conversation-as-a-Service: the big challenge and big opportunity of algorithmic knowledge

To combat the accelerating speed of change, there is a growing need for a step change that leads to more productive and smarter humans. The barrier to this transition is knowledge needed by humans, wh...

10 Sep 2018
Brendan Jones

Will FI’s be ready by March 14 2019 for PSD2 open banking

As the clock counts down to when Financial Institutions (FIs) must be ready for external testing for PSD2 open banking it is interesting to see how ready, or not, all other parties are in the value ch...

24 Aug 2018