Digital identity systems could form a significant component of the compliance infrastructures at the new digital banks in the years to come, says Refinitiv’s Phillip Malcolm.
Regulation Asia sat down with SGX RegCo Chief Boon Gin Tan to discuss how the exchange is adapting its regulatory approach to preserve trust and integrity in the capital markets.
Regulation Asia sat down with DTCC's Oliver Williams to discuss the challenges, risk factors, and opportunities in the OTC derivatives reporting space for 2020.
Increasingly aggressive US sanctions policies highlight the need for financial institutions to adopt and implement a sophisticated risk-based approach to compliance.
Regulation Asia sat down with Ian Rennie, Managing Director at Kaizen Reporting, to understand how testing reduces costs, improves quality and increases confidence in regulatory reporting.
The lack of legal certainty and judicial recognition on close-out netting can impede capital market development in China, impacting domestic FIs the most, ISDA's Scott O'Malia said.
Regulation Asia sat down with Nice Actimize's Jerome Lambert to understand how a holistic approach has improved surveillance capabilities and reduced the burden on compliance analysts.
Regulation Asia sat down with Natalie Curtis, Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills, to understand MAS' new framework on individual accountability and conduct, ahead of its formal introduction expected in early 2020.
Phase two of the DRR pilot highlighted the importance of agreed data standards. An appropriate solution for producing machine-executable regulation has not yet been identified.
Regulation Asia spoke to Andreas Burner at SmartStream Technologies to understand the different approaches to adopting AI/ML tools, and how centralising data is key to generating analytics and predictions.