The REGTECH Book
The Financial Technology Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and Visionaries in Regulation
1. Auflage Juli 2019
224 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Preis: 29,90 €
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The Regulatory Technology Handbook
The transformational potential of RegTech has been confirmed in recent years with US$1.2 billion invested in start-ups (2017) and an expected additional spending of US$100 billion by 2020. Regulatory technology will not only provide efficiency gains for compliance and reporting functions, it will radically change market structure and supervision. This book, the first of its kind, is providing a comprehensive and invaluable source of information aimed at corporates, regulators, compliance professionals, start-ups and policy makers.
The REGTECH Book brings into a single volume the curated industry expertise delivered by subject matter experts. It serves as a single reference point to understand the RegTech eco-system and its impact on the industry. Readers will learn foundational notions such as:
* The economic impact of digitization and datafication of regulation
* How new technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain) are applied to compliance
* Business use cases of RegTech for cost-reduction and new product origination
* The future regulatory landscape affecting financial institutions, technology companies and other industries
Edited by world-class academics and written by compliance professionals, regulators, entrepreneurs and business leaders, the RegTech Book represents an invaluable resource that paves the way for 21st century regulatory innovation.
Janos Barberis founded FinTech HK, which he established to spur Hong Kong's FinTech eco-system. This led him to produce Hong Kong's first FinTech report viewed over 14,000 times. He was appointed as a Senior Research Fellow at the Asian Institute of International Financial Law (at The University of Hong Kong) specifically focusing on developing regional Fintech regulatory frameworks. In parallel, Janos sits on the advisory board of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) FinTech Committee. Previously, Janos was an Associate at a prospective UK retail bank, Lintel, helping it to secure a banking license from the PRA & FCA. His role follows a specialist interest developed over 7 years in financial systems and their stability.