Digital Transformation, Financial Stability, Governance & Reporting

Banks feel the heat of China’s ‘dizzying’ data compliance requirements

By James King
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China is tightening the screws on banks’ data security measures to impose new compliance obligations on the processing and storing of digital information.

Experts say that new draft proposals align with advanced-economy regulatory norms but could still expose international lenders to higher operational risks as they adjust to ...

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