Big Bets - Regulation

FIs can take advantage of a slowing tide of regulation to refit their regulatory engines and innovate in areas that upcoming rules will target.

FIs can take advantage of a slowing tide of regulation to refit their regulatory engines and innovate in areas that upcoming rules will target. Learning the lessons of the last financial crisis will be vital, so that FIs can develop more efficient compliance functions to help them keep pace when the tide turns and regulators revert to their familiar, and rather less malleable ways.

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