Communication monitoring and compliance platform Theta Lake has offered its five-step guide for financial services looking to improve their compliance with recordings.
Regulators have been critical for the adoption of improved verification technology such as biometrics, according to Ashim Banerjee, CEO at IDMission.
Interrelating both legacy security systems and new ones are posing the biggest threat to online protections of financial services, according to Alex Doll, founder and managing general partner at Ten Eleven Ventures.
When investing into RegTechs, it is essential to find companies with technological expertise but also in-depth understandings of financial institutions’ processes and complexity, according to Astrid Freier CEO and co-founder Reg Tech Berlin.
Financial institutions initially underestimated SM&CR but are beginning to realise its profound impact and the level of change it requires, according to Carl Redfern, co-founder and compliance director at Redland.
A centralised database for suspicious transactions would be the best way to help financial institutions improve the fight against money laundering and fraud, according to Pedro Pinto Coelho, CEO at Banco BNI Europa.
Voice and video compliance platform Theta Lake has provided top tips on how to incorporate videos into your marketing strategy, keep the regulator happy and save money in the process.
Establishing strong Know your customer (KYC) processes is one of the biggest challenges facing financial companies, Electronic Identification (eID) has offered a guide to help.
GDPR has not just been burdensome on financial services, but offered new opportunities, whether it’s getting firms to actually understand their data or even improving existing regulations, according to a panel at the Global InsurTech Summit 2019.
Brexit is presenting many questions particularly around the issue of data protection, however Compliance Compendium’s Gareth Gadd has explained how compliance requirements may change...