Look beyond the lurid financial gossip and the Paradise Papers show how technology is opening the banking system to scrutiny.
Regulators in the region are introducing ever-tighter rules on the movement of cash and assets. Firms need to find innovative solutions.
Mark Jennis of Global Collateral suggests it will take a further two years for Asia Pacific firms to get all their ducks in a row.
Calls for EU wide deposit insurance are supposed to herald banking union. But regulatory enforcement, national policies and financial technology stand in the way.
Why fintech (financial technology) sandboxes aren’t necessarily the child’s play they’ve been made out to be by banks and disrupters alike.
Why supporting supply chain activity could be a regulatory and reputational minefield for banks.
WhatsApp et al have widened a grey area in compliance rival financial messaging services are trying to exploit.
The power struggle between HKEX and the SFC is over. The ultimate outcome is still uncertain.
Banks should still devote time to correctly budget, resource and plan technology projects for EFS based on the new timelines.
AML/CTF efforts in Hong Kong are gaining momentum as it gears up for the upcoming mutual evaluation by FATF in 2018.
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