The increasing applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in financial services – from robo advisory platforms to algorithmic stock trading to risk modelling – is disrupting decades old processes. As the industry embraces AI-led innovation, can regulators keep up? And more importantly, how might technology solve some of their biggest challenges?
Just last week, the SEC published a new strategic plan covering 2018-2022. It’s focused on making the agency more effective in an ever-evolving market and provides an effective roadmap to areas of regulatory focus in US asset management for the foreseeable future.
This Wednesday marks just one month left until the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect, touching almost every global business. Laura Wadding, Director of Risk Advisory at Deloitte, breaks down the asset manager’s perspective.
Data is one of today’s most valued commodities and regulators want to see it adequately protected. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation sets a high bar with its aim to enhance and harmonize data protection […]
“Wannacry,” “Petya,” “Meltdown,” and “Spectre” are not Hollywood action movies – these are just some of the recent global cyber incidents. Cybercrime is an increasingly evident threat, and one all policymakers are keen to guard against.