Month: April 2019

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Apr FCA, SEC sign MoUs to reaffirm cooperation after Brexit

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have signed two memoranda of understandings (MoU) to reaffirm cooperation following Brexit. These agreements will cement the two countries cooperation, consultation and information sharing following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, to ensure efficient oversight of regulated entities across borders. During their…
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2nd April 2019 0

Wiring financial organisations for regulatory success

Regulatory compliance is a time and resource-consuming burden for every financial institution – since the global financial crisis, regulatory requirements have increased exponentially. Regulators are increasingly demanding more detailed information, and firms now have to demonstrate greater levels of responsiveness, accuracy and monitoring of their data, transactions, governance and policies. More complex regulatory requirements mean…
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1st April 2019 0