Firms utilising risk-based to deal with Mifid compliance

Firms utilising risk-based to deal with Mifid compliance

Many firms have turned to a risk-based approach in assessing compliance capabilities to fall in line with the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid), and its successor, Mifid II. That’s according to John Byrne, CEO of Corlytics who was speaking this week...
The malevolent finale to Mifid II By Russ Bryan

The malevolent finale to Mifid II By Russ Bryan

Cost disclosure may well yet prove to be the most pernicious element of the EU’s entire consumer protection strategy. Part of Mifid II, these changes apply to all wealth management transactions where there is a cost of investing money in the market. Some advisers...
CUBE: FI culture obstructing regtech By Rebekah Tunstead

CUBE: FI culture obstructing regtech By Rebekah Tunstead

The single biggest challenge for regtech adoption is reluctance to change culture, says Ben Richmond, founder and CEO of CUBE, the compliance firm. “It comes down to the fundamentals of sponsorship, and senior level leadership to drive transformation programs to look...
NatWest launches app-only business bank

NatWest launches app-only business bank

NatWest has launched a standalone digital bank for SMEs, dubbed Mettle. Developed in partnership with 11:FS and Capco, Mettle will allow customers to open a business current account in minutes, forecast their business performance, create invoices from their mobile...