Regulating big tech and non-bank financial services in the digital era

Experiences from China highlight potential benefits of digital-bank and holding-company approaches

In the digital era, new forms of non-bank entities have emerged and gained increasingly prominent roles in providing financial services. These non-bank entities – particularly those associated with non-financial conglomerates and large technology companies (big tech) – pose new challenges for financial regulators, whether in terms of financial stability, level-playing-field competition or customer protection.

This article discusses emerging trends related to the rise of non-bank entities in the

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