The common image of a cybercriminal is that of a slovenly, yet highly-skilled, individual sitting alone in a basement having not seen daylight in...
conduct risk, regtech and conduct, regtech conference

Improving the culture and codes of conduct within financial services firms has been a longstanding issue of contention since the financial crisis.  Combatting negative...

Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is currently a hot topic for financial services, and with good reason, as banks are looking for efficient solutions to...

One of the costliest and most troublesome activities that financial institutions face is complying with regulations. With information technology having already revolutionised consumer financial...

The sheer number of overlapping regulatory reporting regimes makes compliance difficult. MiFID II, which comes into effect in January 2018, significantly expands the...

The rise of Tech companies signifies a pragmatic shift of business consciousness toward solutions that make use of advances in modern technology. In the...

JWG are proud to announce that registrations for our second RegTech Conference on 28 February 2017 have topped 300 from over 50 firms, regulators,...

Never mind a busy December, all in all, it was a busy year for financial regulation as shown in one of our previous articles,...

The FCA have released a video of the November TechSprint event on their RegTech webpage, which can be found here. The video, which features...
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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...

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