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04 Aug
2015

Fines and prosecutions: getting more personal?

JWG analysis. It’s only Tuesday and already this week we’ve had some big headlines in the financial services world.  On the other side of the Atlantic, Banamex USA was fined by federal and state banking regulators for failure to implement adequate safeguards against money laundering transactions.  Perhaps even more significant news is the recent conviction Read More

10 Mar
2014

How well do you know your regulatory data?

  • 10th March 2014
  • RegTechFS

JWG analysis. If you’re reading this post, then it’s more than likely you are in one of the many job roles that are impacted by financial regulation.  Whether you are directly involved as COO or a legal, compliance, governance or risk officer, or indirectly involved in an operational, IT or business capacity, it’s clear that Read More

09 Jul
2013

The battle for benchmarks: Divisions in the ranks?

  • 9th July 2013
  • RegTechFS

Recent developments give firms some reasons to celebrate but be prepared for a long engagement With lots of different regulatory benchmark efforts now underway, the industry could be forgiven for not taking a common stance. With IOSCO set to issue final principles in July, ESMA and the EBA are simultaneously consulting on a European set Read More