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Month: July 2022

KYA is the Order of the Day: What You Need to Know to Know Your Algo

Originally published by Traders Magazine By David Griffiths, Director of Regulatory Affairs Algorithmic trading has become an indispensable part of the financial world. Machines process data faster than humans and can generate greater profits. Left unchecked though, algorithms can pose significant problems when used in complex markets. Monitoring algorithms has become increasingly vital for recognizing …

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FinTech Global: How the War in Ukraine Has Changed the View on Sanctions

Originally published by FinTech Global   Since the onset of the Russia-Ukraine war, the attention on sanctions – trade sanctions in-particular – has reached fever pitch. With more knowledge and focus on sanctions than ever before, what does this mean for their future? One of the biggest changes in the view of sanctions for many …

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FinTech Global: Is the Crypto Crash a Failure of Regulation?

Originally published by FinTech Global   The crypto industry has been on a white-knuckle rollercoaster over the last few years. Establishing a market presence back in 2013, the price of Bitcoin rose from just over $10,000 in 2017 to over $61,000 in October 2021. However, the market is now experiencing a bust. Was a failure …

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EU Finds Agreement on Crypto Regulation

By Mike Castiglione, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Digital Assets In late June 2022, EU Parliament members announced agreement on a comprehensive bill that would require crypto businesses to follow anti-market abuse rules that build on the already-established rules for other asset classes outlined in the EU’s Market Abuse Regulation (MAR). This new bill, called the …

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City A.M.: Lawyers Circle London Metal Exchange After Nickel Market Meltdown

Originally published by City A.M.   Demand for Nickel has boomed over the last decade as car companies scramble to secure supplies to make batteries for their new ranges of electric vehicles. At the start of this year, concerns about supply shortages following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – where Russia delivers nine per cent of the world’s …

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WatersTechnology: Financial Crime Vendors Respond to Ukraine Demand

Originally published by WatersTechnology   Anti-money laundering laws and sanctions have brought complexity to banks’ KYC/AML processes. Some vendors are responding by investing in their systems. Know-your-customer and anti-money laundering (KYC/AML) processes at banks are a source of reputational risk. Corrupt elites don’t make themselves easy to catch, obfuscating their identities and hiding their tracks …

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IFLR: Global Cooperation Critical for Crypto Regulation

Originally published by IFLR   Following the publication of the Lummis-Gillibrand bill in the US, market participants reiterate the need for consistency between standards adopted for digital asset regulation globally The Lummis-Gillibrand bill has been welcomed as a positive step towards the establishment of a regulatory framework for digital assets in the US, but consistency …

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