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Our researches and analysis on Opinion
Many Australian banks have shown disinterest towards anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism laws, compounded by the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre’s initiative towards lack of compliance.
Robo-advisors claim to bring the world of wealth management to the masses – investment opportunities that were once only enjoyed exclusively by the wealthy. But with many robos advertising low fees, low barriers of entry, and a more personalised…
Michael Gorriz, group chief information officer at Standard Chartered Bank, talks about the necessity of having a universal digital identity (DI) and the role of financial institutions in collecting and protecting customer data.
Pathik Gupta, an associate partner and regional head of wealth management for Asia Pacific at McLagan, discusses the future of jobs in the financial services industry.
Michael Gorriz, group chief information officer of Standard Chartered, discusses the implication of data revolution for banks and how big data can become a very powerful tool in this changing times.
High level jurisdiction risk assessments alone are often too broad in scope to include in anti-money laundering policies; Micro-jurisdictional risk analysis could help allay model bias.
Michelle Hui, head of trade business development, Asia Pacific, treasury services, BNY Mellon, discusses the complex trade environment and how collaboration can help fuel trade.
David Shrier, managing director of MIT Connected Science, shares his views on how new technologies will help achieve smarter lending.