As corporate investment partnerships gain popularity, it takes some understanding to get these partnerships right, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2019.
As data protection rules are becoming more prevalent around the world, companies paying consumers for data could become the norm.
Green Bay Ventures has pulled in up to $46.1m for its latest growth fund, RegTech Analyst can reveal.
Regulators need to improve how they handle the data they capture from license holders, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit.
Website and social media communication archiving platform MirrorWeb has created a guide for MiFID II’s electronic communication requirements.
Compliance with GDPR has not been plain sailing and Compliance Compendium’s Gareth Gadd believes the ePrivacy regulations, which will launch later in the year, will be just as tough.
These GDPR birthday celebrations might be a month late, but over the year, the data protection legislation baby has grown quickly and at times flexed its newly discovered muscles. And it’s going to get bigger and stronger in the coming years.
Keeping an eye out for what people are getting fined for will be a large part of year two of GDPR compliance, according to Renata Hoes, Chief Compliance Officer and Data Protection Officer at Generali Investments Luxembourg.
Taking a risk-based approach during the due diligence process is often perceived as purely cost. It’s also something that will always be asked for by regulators, and costs are continuing to increase whenever there are new clients.
Data protection is great for society, but it can hinder a bank’s ability to detect and prevent money laundering, according to Markus Schulz, global head of Financial Crime Compliance Controls at Standard Charted Bank.