Image source EIOPA (European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority) has issued a mandate for Insurance companies to report their Solvency 2 status using XBRL and as of January this year the mandate is in place. This is a good example of using XBRL for RegTech, to help regulators find thatRead More
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There are two types of regulation. One is just another annoying cost/process for the bank and a wonderful opportunity for consultants, lawyers, outsourcers & IT providers. Another type of regulation fundamentally opens up the market for innovation and threatens the control of the incumbents. PSD2 is the latter type. ItRead More
Image courtesy of SolvencyIINews Solvency 2 is a massive headache for Insurance. It is compicated (leading to big investment in IT and new processes), but worse is that it forces Insurance companies to allocate more capital to low risk (aka low return) investments. In this note we look at where the puck isRead More
The convergence of regulation and technology is inevitable. When trust models are translated into software then compliance will become affordable to fintech startups. It is what will drive the next massive boom in the sector and allow them to truly compete with the armies of lawyers and compliance resources atRead More
Working on Wall Street has always been a hazardous profession, especially for those in the front line of the business, the traders. Market risks, volatility, and uncertainties, are the stressors for traders and those allocating capital and managing risk. This is the nature of the business, the markets, whether currencies,Read More
Do you have a complaint to share about being compliant? Regulatory compliance is complex, moving, and cross cutting (more in “Eight reasons Bankers and Fitnech startups are “up at night” at bout compliance”). Deloitte points out that most Regtech up to now has focused in the payment and lending areasRead More