KPMG’s EMA Financial Services Regulatory Insight Centre provides insights into the implications of risk and regulatory change.
Read our series of insights about the implications of the shift from LIBOR to RFR.
Risk and regulation continue to be key drivers of the strategic agenda. More than a decade on from the global financial crisis, there has not been the anticipated decrease in regulatory challenges for financial services providers.
Regulators continue to expect an overall strengthening of core risk management governance, controls, practices, and reporting, particularly in the areas of cybersecurity, third-party risk management, and conduct and culture. Continued adoption of automation and innovative technology will help drive sustainable and effective change across these regulatory challenges.
A global perspective
The EMA Centre is part of a global network of KPMG Insight Centres providing:
Responding to COVID 19
In light of the unprecedented economic and operational challenges due to the global COVID-19 pandemic crisis, regulators have responded rapidly by issuing new regulatory and supervisory guidance including highlighting potential delays to existing regulatory timelines. The regulatory insight centre is tracking these and will put out publications on the latest guidance and its impact for firms.