Many countries have shown a last-minute commitment to tackling money laundering and a sudden uptick in investigations only because they faced an upcoming FATF evaluation.
The launch comes as cyber criminals look to leverage the uncertainty and panic around Covid-19 for financial fraud, scams, and other malicious activity.
There is a need for convergence on terminology among markets participants, wider stakeholders, as well as policymakers and regulators, ICMA says.
Banks, insurers and asset managers are increasingly making use of non-financial metrics and better data to assess compensation policy effectiveness and align compensation with risk.
Under the trade agreement with the US in January, China committed to allowing branches of US financial institutions to provide fund custody services in the country within five months.
Pierre Latrobe at Mazars discusses recent HKMA initiatives taken in response to Covid-19 and their implications for Hong Kong banks, highlighting credit risk as a growing threat.
The paper highlights the benefits of moving to a more centralised data strategy, including cost reduction, risk reduction, and the ability to better use data to drive value.
Australia's superannuation early access scheme was temporarily suspended late last week due to fraud. It has since resumed, with enhancements to increase the end-to-end security.
The exchange will serve buyers and sellers of anonymised financial data, facilitating the use of analytics to develop new financial products and services, while also ensuring data security.
Per-household credit lines will be capped at 200,000 yuan, and online loans may not be used for housing purchases, mortgage repayment, or investment in financial products.
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