Looking beyond regulations aimed at cultural reform, Synpulse's Prasanna Venkatesan discusses how conduct and culture can be operationalised, measured and managed in private banking.
Regulation Asia sat down with DTCC's Rob Palatnick to discuss his views on how far DLT will go in disintermediating the financial industry.
Getting buy-in from senior management is one of the biggest hurdles to adopting AI in the fight against financial crime, says Fenergo's Karl Seagrave.
International law firm Hogan Lovells says the HKEX guidance provides significant insight into how it will consider international trade and sanctions issues in the context of IPO transactions.
Kai Loon Loh and Patrick Phua at global law firm Ashurst sum up the key takeaways from the MAS response to consultative feedback and the now-finalised mandatory trading regulations.
Industry veteran Philip Keller explores the approach taken by regulators in the Philippines to encourage fintech innovation and financial sector digitalisation.
Security expert Pieter Danhieux discusses how firms can improve culture, training programmes and coding practices, to help the financial industry maintain leadership in cybersecurity.
In light of the OFSI's recent fine on Raphaels Bank, Eric Sohn at Dow Jones Risk & Compliance looks at other seemingly outsized penalties, and what they could mean.
KPMG's Simon Topping offers his views on how regulatory considerations can affect the attractiveness and competitiveness of Asia Pacific banking markets.
Regardless of the BMR compliance extension, it is important that LIBOR transition programmes continue to progress quickly, says Matthieu Sachot at Chappuis Halder & Co.