Lax attitudes towards security by consumers have made it increasingly important for banks to take advantage of digital identity systems and put in place robust security measures.
R3’s Henry Roxas discusses the prevalence of paper-based methods in trade finance and the need for broader industry efforts to digitise practices.
More granular deposit modeling and enhanced stress testing approaches will augment liquidity risk management practices, says Gavin Pugh at AxiomSL.
AdNovum's David Chan discusses the need to safeguard APIs as financial institutions increasingly seek to digitalise their services.
The fragmentation of trade reporting rules and the lack of a common data set across jurisdictions hinders transparency and global risk monitoring, writes DTCC's Priya Kundamal.
TCFD, IASB frameworks endorsed; communique also calls for progress on impact, nature-based and beneficial ownership reporting.
Dechert partner Michael Wong looks at the potential impact of Hong Kong’s newly proposed licensing regime for virtual asset service providers.
Organisations can leverage lessons from implementing GDPR and other international data laws to address Vietnam's new Personal Data Protection Act, writes John Berven.
Banks facilitating transactions involving maritime trade must put in place systems and processes to detect illicit activity that could result in a breach of sanctions regulations.
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