Cyber risk — best practices for incident preparedness and response
The financial services industry is undergoing a radical transformation. Companies that can navigate this uncertain terrain will retain a competitive edge.
To ride the rising wave of AI, financial services companies will have to navigate evolving standards, regulations and risk dynamics—particularly regarding data rights, algorithmic accountability and cybersecurity.
Potential business advantages are emerging worldwide, despite future uncertainties.
Welcome to the first issue of the Financial Regulatory Observer, our digest of regulatory change and technological disruption facing the financial services industry.
The algorithms that power fintech may discriminate in ways that can be difficult to anticipate—and financial institutions can be held accountable even when alleged discrimination is clearly unintentional.
Fintech has evolved from being a disruptive threat to a major opportunity for financial institutions. The possibilities for dealmaking and M&A are almost limitless.
Electric energy storage is on the cusp of a commercial breakthrough. Are markets and regulators ready?
Financial institutions and regulators that harness the opportunities and manage the risks of adopting regtech solutions will reap big rewards.
Interest in companies that deliver technological innovation has boomed in recent years, thrusting fintech into the mainstream.
Experts warn of the threat posed by super-intelligent machines, but what does this new era of automation mean for the future of work as we know it?
Digital healthcare, the convergence between life sciences and technology, is revolutionizing global markets