Why regulators need to do more to raise RegTech’s profile

RegTech can bring benefits to a range of sectors outside of financial services; however, regulators could do more to raise awareness for the burgeoning space, according to Jeff Heine, chief revenue officer at Ascent Technologies.

How open banking is helping FIs adapt to the millennial generation

Open banking is enabling financial institutions to scale quickly and at low-cost; however, they have to the right ‘DNA’ for it to work, according InnoCells CEO Julio Martínez.

EIT, the European Commission accelerator pushes eID

Electronic IDentification joins EIT to boost their businesses in the European market.

How Japan is setting a ‘strong example’ for crypto regulations

There is no perfect solution and approach to regulating the cryptocurrencies market; however, Japan is setting a strong example to the world according to two executives.

AML5: The new Anti-Money Laundering Directive

The AML5 Directive is the new European regulation for Anti-Money Laundering and counter Terrorism Financing purposes that came into force on 9 July 2018.

RDC: Demystifying artificial intelligence and machine learning

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing the regulatory landscape and fueling the rise of RegTech. However, there dependence on data is often overlooked according to a new white paper by RDC.

RegTech needs to be more transparent in the way we do things says CEO

RegTech is about bringing clarity to compliance but there is a lack of transparency between the sector and regulators, according to kompany founder & CEO Russell E. Perry.

How to navigate competing regulations: unintended consequences of GDPR

GDPR and MiFID II can create a tension between retention and protection requirements around communications with clients and customers.

Theta Lake: best practices for audio recording supervision

Audio recording is commonplace for financial institutions (FIs). This is because well established regulations concerning recording, handling, and retention have been in place for some time.

Selfie-based identification solutions are not compliant with KYC AML

Technological solutions to verify the identity of natural persons by taking pictures of IDs or passports and recording a few frames or user’s face do not comply with the legal regulations

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