The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has launched its third BIS Innovation Hub centre in Singapore, following two recently launched centres in Hong Kong and Switzerland. The Singapore branch will focus on two areas: 1) digital infrastructures on identity, consent and data sharing, and 2) the creation of a digital platform to connect regulators and supervisors with digital and technology solution providers. Through the platform, central banks will be able to put up regulatory problems and challenges to source solutions from the FinTech community. “This will help central banks develop innovative solutions and policies for cost-effective regulation and supervision,” says BIS. The hub was launched at the 2019 Singapore Fintech Festival.
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This webinar has passed, but you can view the recording by registering here. We plan to put the spotlight on this much overlooked but important regulation which has wide-ranging implications for risk data aggregation and reporting, data governance and data architecture. During this webinar we will discuss: What is needed from a data management point...
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Now in its 4th year, the RegTech Summit in London explores how the European financial services industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
Welcome to A-Team Group’s best read handbook, the Regulatory Data Handbook, which is now in its seventh edition and continues to grow in terms of the number of regulations covered, the detail of each regulation and the impact that all the rules and regulations will have on data and data management at your institution. This...