The amended MiFID, focusing on investor protection and transparency in the financial sector, means financial institutions are considering how to most effectively use technology to comply with regulation and compete in the new financial landscape.
While having large quantities of data and personal information in circulation can lead to security breaches and irresponsible use of information, when handled responsibly, the onslaught of data can be a win for everyone.
Technological innovation is an essential aspect of today’s business reality, where financial institutions are investing in new technologies and IT security so as not to fall behind in the current digital revolution.
This article outlines the importance of tax revenue to governments, the changes in legislation to secure this revenue and the impact on business practices.
Regulations in the financial sector are in a constant state of growth in the effort to improve the degree of security in banking. How can we keep up with regulations in the financial sector? Here’s how tech is helping us close the gap
Financial crime is on the upswing in the digital era. But the regulation and technology that have been required to both comply and compete in the new financial landscape are leading to changes that will more innovatively secure the sector.
Despite our best efforts to mitigate climate change, we are still incurring in costly mistakes. There are no shortcuts in this fight to save our planet, and we cannot allow our margin of error to get any narrower.
Speak the language of business by putting numbers around the risk of non-compliance.
Similar to self-driving cars after the development of autonomous technology, business intelligence can sense the environment and navigate the compliance landscape with minimal human input.