Regulation & Supervision, Research

Third of banks ‘urgently increasing spending on surveillance’

By John Crowley
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More than a third of banks will increase their surveillance spend in the next 12 months – as growing regulatory scrutiny and artificial intelligence upend the risk function.

A major study, based on interviews with 28 global financial institutions, has found that banks are reassessing both “outmoded data ...

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