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Latest from Future of Finance

Tokenisation:

Standard Custody & Trust launches crypto-currency and security token custody service for institutional investors

INTERVIEW WITH JACK MCDONALD

Digital Money:

The message from CBDCs to payments banks is innovate or die

SPONSORED BY R3

Challenger Banks:

How technology is changing the way we are banking

BY DOMINIC HOBSON


Tokenisation:

Gamekeeper turns poacher to help the buy-side cuts its FX costs

Interview Jamie Walton

Funding Fintechs:

Wales has found the formula for building a successful FinTech cluster

Interview Sarah Williams-Garnder

Tokenisation:

A transfer agent fit for the coming age of tokenization

Interview Jim Row


Digital Money:

The Engineering and Design Problems of Building a US Dollar CBDC

Interview Jim Cunha

Proptech:

The blockchain network that aims to digitise the UK housing market

Interview Dan Salmons

Blockchain:

The blockchain database that gives consumers the power to decide who…

Interview Rob Rosenthal

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Greensill is gone but bad habits in trade finance have not

A FUTURE OF FINANCE WEBINAR WITH TRADE FINANCE BANKERS, CORPORATES, TECHNOLOGY VENDORS AND FINTECHS

16 July 2pm GMT

Future of Finance Podcast

The greediest people in financial services are not who you thought they are Where Finance Finds Its Future

Financial crime compliance has grown from small beginnings in the Bank Secrecy Act passed by the Nixon Administration in 1970 to combat money laundering. The PATRIOT Act of 2001 added countering the financing of terrorism (CFT) to anti-money laundering (AML). But it is the universalisation of these American precedents through the International Standards on Combating Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism and Proliferation of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), first promulgated in 2012, which have turned customer due diligence into the one area of the financial services industry that is growing everywhere. Estimates of its cost run into hundreds of billions of dollars, even without taking into account the fines levied on regulators by the non-compliant or the insufficiently vigilant. One company which has prospered from helping financial institutions battle financial crime is NICE Actimize. Dominic Hobson, co-founder of Future of Finance, spoke to Stephen Taylor, General Manager, Anti-Money Laundering, at NICE Actimize, about how financial institutions manage the problem, how the problem is mutating, which business areas face the gravest threats and how techniques to combat financial crime are evolving. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
  1. The greediest people in financial services are not who you thought they are
  2. A business-like approach to regulating digital assets is working for Gibraltar
  3. What CSDs can do about the tokenisation of security markets
  4. The start-up bank that uses data to get close to its customers (but not too close)
  5. INX security token issue and investments are driving tokenised securities markets towards lift-off

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Future of finance has one overriding goal. It is to host meetings (at the moment virtual meetings) that bring together long established members of the financial services industry (banks, brokers, asset managers, insurers, financial market infrastructures) with entrepreneurs (challenger banks, technology companies and FinTechs) and market authorities (central banks, regulators and policymakers) to explore how the financial services industry can grow faster by being more open, more innovative and more trustworthy.

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