RegTech, TechSprint, FCA regtech, project innovate

Tom Groenfeldt of Forbes has been speaking to PJ Di Giammarino, CEO of JWG, about the FCA’s recent TechSprint event and how technology can...
RegTech, FCA TechSprint, FCAsprint

With the FCA’s commitment to innovation and to becoming a global leader in the development and adoption of RegTech solutions, JWG is excited to...

Data standards was one of several key themes at the JWG RegTech Capital Markets Conference on 5 July 2016. Conversations about regulatory data standards centre...

The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) final text was published in January 2016 by the Basel Committee (BCBS).  The aims of the...

In a week which has seen cyber-risk cement itself on the agendas of regulators across the world, we’ve witnessed action in the trading space with...

Date: April 2016 Dear fellow board members, As the Financial Conduct Authority's acting head has so rightly pointed out, sustainability is the key to pleasing our...

In November the FCA issued a call for input on RegTech. JWG argued that new and proven tools can be employed but, to do...

We were pleased to speak at the Asset Control User Conference on Tuesday about the challenges of using RegTech in the context of comprehensive...

The Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) has come some way since its formal establishment in November 2011.  10 March marked a new date for going...
financial services regulation, fs regulation summary

In the post-Easter week, regulators were busy shining a spotlight on remuneration practices in the industry.  We saw the EBA releasing a report looking...

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