Global Expansion is Challenging Compliance

“We can’t change human nature, or the pressures of business and the economic/political backdrop, but we can change how we deal with compliance” states Crispin Rapinet,  partner at Hogan Lovells, in the 2020 report providing an overview of the challenges for multinationals on all aspects of anti-bribery & corruption.

The report highlights how multinationals in Europe, the U.S., and Asia are dealing with the pressure of global growth while balancing  ABC's concerns when investing in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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Compliance Software for the Financial Control Room

Managing a financial trading control room involves balancing a wide variety of tasks. To comply with the rules and regulations, all deals need to be carefully reviewed, the flow of information must be managed strictly, and there needs to be a focus on preventing conflicts of interest. All this work can take a long time to carry out, and a single deal can move slowly through the pipeline. The control room is at the heart of the financial firm, and everything needs to run smoothly to produce optimum results and keep everyone happy. However, with the difficulty of managing compliance in the control room, it's certainly not easy to ensure compliance is carried out effectively.

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How Artificial Intelligence Can Assist Compliance

Artificial Intelligence has been around for 70 years now, but in the past 10 years, it has become more and more feasible. Scientists, academics and business owners are very optimistic about the future of AI and how it could change the way we live. We have been seen these changes and technological advances every day around us and in many industries.

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FCA Issues New Guidance on Personal Account Dealing Compliance

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) issued Market Watch 62 in October in which the regulator shared its concerns about personal account dealing (PAD), or rather when employees of an authorized firm trade for themselves rather than clients.  

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FCA Urges Senior Managers to Look on Bright Side of SMCR

Jonathon Davidson, executive director of supervision, retail and authorizations for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is urging financial firms to consider the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) as "a positive thing … as opposed to just a compliance thing which in a sense is constricting." Davidson's viewpoint was expressed as part of an FCA podcast focused on the extension of the SMCR to FCA solo-regulated firms beginning in December 2019. 

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