The pursuit of ‘fintecgrity’

How can regulators maintain integrity at the confluence of finance and technology?

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The revolution in technology innovation during the past few years is not just disrupting the financial services industry. It looks set to change our perceptions about money, banking and finance. As a result, regulators face a stern challenge as they strive to face up to their need to facilitate innovation while ensuring new developments take place in a responsible manner.

Historically, the role of regulation lies in promoting integrity in the financial economy. But the emergence of three

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