Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
May 23, 2024

UK efforts to tackle fincrime strangled by cacophony of voices 

AML burden rises but 40% of world’s dirty money goes through UK
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Financial Conduct Authority
Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
May 23, 2024

UK's Financial Conduct Authority assailed from all sides

As election is announced what is behind the government attacks on FCA?
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1LOD controls
Opinion, Risk Management
May 22, 2024

Why we need tougher 1LOD controls

Giving the chief control officer more power can mitigate banking failures 
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AI governance
Governance & Reporting, Opinion
May 21, 2024

AI governance frameworks need to be in place before an AI rollout 

Managing AI risk takes precedence over temptation to onboard the new technology
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Digital Transformation, Opinion
May 20, 2024

What does the advent of Web3 mean for banking risk professionals?

Web3 represents a paradigm shift in banking. Are you ready?
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UK listing regime
Markets, Opinion
May 14, 2024

UK listing regime lacks mojo and needs to rediscover its equity risk culture

FCA proposals relax investor protections and moves UK towards US-style, disclosure-based regime
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CBDCs, Opinion
May 13, 2024

Can CBDCs be made safe for democracy?

Ex-CFTC chair J. Christopher Giancarlo on balancing civil liberties with economic freedom
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Credit Suisse collapse
Governance, Opinion
May 2, 2024

Five actionable lessons for CROs from Credit Suisse collapse

New Swiss Federal Council report on banking stability reveals learnings for CROs
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T+1 switch
Markets, Opinion
May 1, 2024

How banks in Europe can get ahead of the US T+1 switch

One-day settlement needn’t presage an IT crisis, writes Guy Warren
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Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
May 1, 2024

How the UAE can step up its fight against fincrime

Transparency on company ownership and stronger data analysis are obvious next steps
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Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
April 24, 2024

Empowering CROs to succeed under the three lines of defence

The 3LOD model isn’t broken, but it remains a delicate balancing act
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