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Regulatory fines slapped on global financial institutions saw a staggering 88% dip in H1 2023 compared to the same period last year. This significant decline was unveiled in a report from Fenergo, the top-tier provider of digital solutions in client lifecycle management (CLM).
UK-based RegTech Custodia has provided an outline of the recent heavy fines plastered on FinTechs by the SEC and CFTC.
In the past few months, both the SEC and CFTC have targeted numerous Wall Street firms for extensive recordkeeping oversights. This resulted in eye-watering penalties surpassing $1.5bn. Both major and minor firms should anticipate that this assertive enforcement will remain unrelenting.
With the ever-emerging organizational risks, boards are constantly on the lookout for ways to mitigate threats. These include areas like ESG, cyber resilience, human capital management, and even the personal liability of directors.
After over a year of deliberations, the US SEC has finally adopted the proposed rules for enhanced cyber disclosures.
The SEC has enforced new rules requiring registered entities to divulge significant cyber incidents and to annually disclose substantial information regarding their cybersecurity risk management, strategy, and governance.
US Republicans have unveiled a slew of proposed legislation aimed at curbing the influence of ESG initiatives on financial and capital markets.
In a recent post, RegTech firm Eventus outlined key reasons why practitioners must be the key drivers behind trade compliance.
Position Green's Managing Director in the USA, Jason Stanley, has shed light on the intricate details of the US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) newly proposed climate disclosure rule, explaining its far-reaching implications on US and foreign private issuers.
eFlow Global recently outlined some of the biggest challenges around navigating market abuse enforcement and future implications.