What if financial regulation could be more effective, and less expensive, at the same time? What if complying with regulations could be low-cost and easy? What if the financial system could be much more inclusive, providing many more people with affordable and understandable products?WATCH NOW
Sponsored by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), this TechSprint will tackle three problem statements distilled from input from central banks and financial regulators throughout the world. It will showcase new solutions for long-standing regulatory challenges. There is an open call for participants. The timeline is short and the deadline to apply has been extended to Wednesday, May 27th.Read More
Developments in financial technology hold great promise to enhance the quality, however, many of the laws dictating the operations of financial regulators are more than 50 years old. Written at a time when Congress understandably did not anticipate the digital revolution, these protocols now present meaningful obstacles to financial innovation.Read More
Financial regulation needs to convert from analog to digital design. This paper is an RFC calling for gradual but urgent conversion of the financial regulatory system to a “digitally-native” framework – that is, to a system that will be rebuilt over time to leverage the power of digitization to make things work better, faster, and cheaper, all at once.Read More
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