This March, The Fintech Times focuses on regulation technology – RegTech. With a variety of exclusive content all month long picking up the key points for Europe (including the implementation of Open Banking and PSD2) aswell as the wider world, such as how businesses are responding to AMLA 2020 in the United States.
What’s more, you can catch articles on issues such as digital assets, common RegTech misconceptions and the increasing need for further regulation on payment platforms. Also coming up, we’ll be hearing from companies such as DigiPli, Smart Pension, ComplyAdvantage and Napier throughout the month, as their experts tackle the top issues in regulation technology.
Unsure what RegTech is all about? You can find our explainer article here.
Want more? Don’t forget to put these dates in your diary:
Webinar, Thursday 11th March at 11am: Gaps where regulation is needed
From buy now pay later to the public adoption of cryptocurrency, regulation is a hot topic. Often criticised as being too slow to keep up with innovation, yet sorely needed in financial emergencies such as Wirecard, this panel will consider the parts of Fintech that could use better supervision. But in a changing geographical landscape, how can new regulation keep up with developing financial needs such as cross-border transactions? New changes in regulation will also be considered such as the implementation of PSD2 and AMLA 2020 as well as comparisons between regulators such as FinCEN and the Financial Conduct Authority.
Webinar, Thursday 25th March at 11am: The future of retirement and regulation
Developments in the regulation of pensions, lifetime ISAs and new digital ways of investing mean that the concept of retirement is now truly on the radar of young people. With the acceleration of investment in the sector and global opportunities on the horizon, this panel will look to address trends across pensions – including ease of use, government legislation and new regulation that could potentially help, or hinder, the market.
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