The Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Chairman, Jay Clayton, has announced that he will be stepping down from his position at the end of the year. What does this mean for the future of enforcement in the US?
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As the dust starts to settle on the US election, CUBE considers 3 potential changes that a Democrat presidency could mean for the future of financial regulation.
CUBE dissects speeches from the Governor of the Bank of England, and CEO of the FCA, at the London Green Horizon Summit, to establish what the future may hold for climate change and finance.
CUBE takes a deep-dive into our recent report, RegTech for Regulatory Change, to establish the three areas of financial regulation most affected by customer behaviour.
The Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority have jointly launched an Artificial Intelligence Public-Private Forum, with a view to open up the dialogue about Artificial Intelligence between the private and public sectors.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has announced record-breaking enforcement figures for the 2020 Fiscal Year.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority, which has long been a supporter of innovation and technology, has launched two ‘sandbox’ services to support firms that are innovating to tackle coronavirus.
In FINRA’s latest podcast, the head of Data Analytics and Technology for Member Supervision, Kerry Gendron, discusses how FINRA is augmenting its exam and risk monitoring program with data analytics and technology. CUBE asks whether it’s time financial institutions level-up along with the regulators.