Recipients of the 2022 awards include Stanley Fischer, the Bank of Korea, Mario Marcel and many more
Awards recognise payments, currency, regulatory technology and financial market infrastructure
Regtech/suptech provider continues to innovate, securing major new contracts with central banks and regulators
In March 2021, Central Banking launched its fourth annual FinTech & RegTech Global Awards to showcase some of the groundbreaking projects undertaken in the community. The results are revealed in the awards articles published in this special winners’…
Fourth annual tech awards recognise excellence among central banks and the firms they work with
Robert Binder, Daniel Kämmerer and Daniel Münch of BearingPoint RegTech explore the architectural principles crucial for successful supervisory technology – or SupTech – applications, and examine the future of regulatory reporting in this context, with…
Central banks and their partners have innovated across machine learning, cloud services, payments and more
Prizes awarded for outstanding work at the cutting edge of financial technology
Maciej Piechocki, Moritz Plenk and Aaron Janowski of BearingPoint examine the need for regulatory authorities to develop a clear strategy on how to become part of distributed ledger technology platforms, take advantage of the resulting enhanced data…
Central Banking met with Mark Shead and Moritz Plenk of BearingPoint at the Central Banking FinTech and RegTech Global Supervisory Summit in London to discuss the challenges faced by central banks and regulators, and how regulatory and financial…
Central Banking met with BearingPoint’s Maciej Piechocki at the Central Banking FinTech RegTech Global Summit in Singapore to discuss financial and regulatory technology – known as fintech and regtech respectively – solutions, how technology can help in…
Satisfying regulatory demands can be made cheaper and more straightforward via distributed ledger technology as regulatory reporting has a transformational effect on the regulatory value chain. Maciej Piechocki, Moritz Plenk and Noah Bellon of…
The third Central Banking big data focus report delves further into recent trends as central banks grapple with the question of upgrading their approaches to data
Official institutions are maturing as big data users but there is plenty more work to be done.
Central Banking convened a panel of experts to discuss how central banks and other supervisors can maximise the potential of data, while overcoming hurdles to its collection and deployment
With central banks becoming increasingly reliant on data, BearingPoint elaborates on the increasing role of innovative regulatory and supervisory technology in supervision.
As work in big data enters the mainstream for central banks, its policymaking and supervisory influence is expanding, prompting significant investment in new technologies.
The global financial crisis sparked a far-ranging overhaul of the international architecture for financial regulation, coupled with a deep reflection around the fitness-for-purpose and effectiveness of supervisory efforts, writes Anne Leslie-Bini.
Regulatory technology could prove effective in improving data reporting and supervisory monitoring, but central banks have a long way to go to making this a reality, writes Joel Clark.
The International Monetary Fund’s first-ever overarching strategy on data aims to spread big data expertise among fund members. Louis Marc Ducharme discusses the upcoming challenges.
See winners from the big night, including leading figures from across the industry who came to pick up their awards
Bank of Canada, Lesetja Kganyago and Perng Fai-nan among those that stood out
First four of the 2018 Central Banking Awards unveiled
BearingPoint’s expertise in data and reporting has informed number of high-level bodies