How might financial regulation develop over the next ten years?
Financial regulation has changed significantly in the ten years since the global financial crisis. Tougher, more detailed and more complex standards now apply to all aspects of regulation. KPMG’s analysis, Regulation 2030, examines how financial regulation might develop over the next ten years.
Sevdalina Dimova, Director, Audit, KPMG in Bulgaria, comments on the findings оf Regulation 2030: “Over the next ten years financial regulation will move into fintech, cyber security, anti-money laundering, retail and wholesale conduct, and potentially a raft of areas driven by social objectives such as climate change and financial inclusion. The financial institutions will need to keep a close eye on the regulatory developments and find ways to adapt their strategy to a new reality.”
KPMG’s new paper focuses on four key questions:
Read Regulation 2030 to find out more.
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