The rise of Digital Business Compliance ApproachThe content of Compliance changed in the past years as an answer to the changing financial and socio-economic environment.
Within Compliance we can distinguish two major blocks. The first block is everything related to Financial Crimes Compliance and the second block is the Central Compliance.
Financial regulatory compliance modern challengesThe changing regulation, reporting (not solely FATCA and CRS), financial crisis (MiFID2, PRIIPs,...), shareholder return, source of wealth and source of funds (vast majority of UHNWI will no longer be based on continental Europe but in other parts of the world like the United States, China, Brazil, Russia, India, Australia,...) require a different approach within the financial business environment.
The capabilities of a consultant in Compliance requires a multiskilled person that can cope with numerous publications. The high degree of harmonisation across the EU through the single rulebook after the financial crisis allows us to partner with our colleague consultants around Europe.
Legal harmonisation stimulates the compliance global approachWithin the Insurance world we are also able to speak with peers in the market as the harmonization through Solvency II applies.
The deployment or the positive equivalence determination of Solvency II in Bermuda had already an impact in Belgium and continental Europe.
So on the one hand we might think that overregulation would slow down the business, but on the other hand we observe that it stimulates a global approach. The customer can benefit from having access to a broader product range.
Keeping that in mind we know that we will be on a steep growth curve with numerous challenges.
In today’s financial challenging environment, institutions are exposed to numerous economic abuses making it necessary to activate preventive measures to decrease the risks. Among these, money laundering (ML), terrorist financing (TF), corruption, insider dealing, emb...Read more Author What else ?