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As cryptocurrencies continue to gain popularity around the world, the UK parliament has formed the Crypto and Digital Assets Group to support innovation and regulation of digital assets.
The European Commission has proposed legislative changes that would ensure national regulators have a more independent role in their supervision of the financial industry.
A recent report has called on the US Congress to regulate the issuers of stablecoins and has urged agencies to assess whether the coins pose a systemic risk.
A recent Lloyds Bank survey has found that banks believe London will maintain its leading global financial center status despite the regulatory uncertainty posed by Brexit.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority worries many insurance firms are not prepared for upcoming product governance regulation changes.
OneSpan has published a whitepaper that details how the eIDAS Regulation offers a range of possibilities for electronic signatures in the European Union.
The BNPL market has seen a financial boon in recent years, creating market leading behemoths like Klarna, Affirm and Afterpay – who are all recording strong growth on the back of clear market demand. Could a growing call for regulation in the sector change this?
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has completed its move from Gabriel to RegData, the organisation’s new data collection platform.
The US House of Representatives is planning to use its current session – running to November 2022 – to reintroduce the Financial Transparency Act (FTA).
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) imposed a penalty of Rs 2 crore ($275,651) on the State Bank of India (SBI) for violation of certain norms on remuneration to its employees in the form of commission after finding the lapses while doing statutory audits.