‘Big Tech’ firms could harm financial stability – DNB paper

A tech-driven transformation

A working paper published by the Netherlands Bank examines the implications for financial stability stemming from “Big Tech” firms’ entry into finance.

Nicole Jonker and Anneke Kosse look at the possible impact of tech companies on financial stability. The new entrants could harm financial stability, the authors argue.

One potential mechanism for this would be if they grow so fast that regulatory authorities fail to properly oversee them. A rapid growth in the use of tech firms’ finance

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