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RegTech Spending to reach $127bn by 2024, Says Juniper

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New data from Juniper Research forecasts that the value of RegTech spending will exceed $127 billion by 2024, up from $25 billion in 2019. This growth will be driven by a dramatic rise in the automation of resource-intensive tasks, such as those involved in KYC (Know Your Customer) checks and increasing use of AI in transaction monitoring. Global regulatory compliance costs are also set to soar, from just under $278 billion to more than $316 billion over the next five years. In Europe, this growth is likely to be driven by regulatory divergence post-Brexit which, while disruptive, could create new opportunities for RegTech.

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