Post Tagged with: "Financial Regulation"

New York vs OCC: Let’s Think of the Children

New York vs OCC: Let’s Think of the Children

by February 17, 2017 at 3:31 pm 0 comments

The Empire State really wants to be in charge of the fintech sandbox—and it wants the OCC out already. In his recent 2017 budget proposal, Governor Andrew Cuomo outlined a few changes that might be in store for New York State fintechs, particularly online lenders. These changes include expanding theRead More

Fintech, the Donald and Dodd-Frank: Don’t Expect Too Much Too Soon

Fintech, the Donald and Dodd-Frank: Don’t Expect Too Much Too Soon

by February 2, 2017 at 12:00 pm 1 comment

Should banking expect the end of Dodd-Frank? Maybe, but probably later rather than sooner. President Trump’s stance on financial regulation has been clear from the campaign trail. Though the President has expressed a wish for the overhaul or even the removal of regulation—promising to cut 75% of the existing ones—whenRead More

Regulation, Data Management Top Industry Concerns

Regulation, Data Management Top Industry Concerns

by January 6, 2017 at 12:54 pm 1 comment

Professionals in the financial services industry are focusing their energy on regulation and data management, according to a survey from consulting firm and technology services provider Synechron. Financial regulation remains the top concern for the new year among those in the financial industry, with 38% of the firms surveyed markingRead More

How Do We Ensure Transparent and Trustworthy AI in Fintech?

How Do We Ensure Transparent and Trustworthy AI in Fintech?

by January 3, 2017 at 10:59 am 2 comments

AI systems may be getting smarter with the ever-expanding flow of data, but are they also getting more ethical? When it comes to fintech, artificial intelligence has a seemingly endless range of possibilities to transform present systems, so long as the AI system that is applied is constructed with the correct valuesRead More

Derivatives Regulation – a Corporate Treasurer’s Nightmare

by December 7, 2012 at 10:08 am 0 comments

By Tom Riesack and Ute Herzog In the ‘new normal’ of highly regulated financial markets, corporate treasurers are feeling the reverberations in their daily activities. Corporates are using swaps to hedge their commercial risks, stemming from currency, interest and commodity price exposure. To mitigate such risks treasurers have a wholeRead More