Date: 19 April 2019
In the latest years, technology has been rapidly transforming the financial sector, affecting all those entities gravitating around it. FinTech has been thesubject of an evolving landscape with growth driven especially by the payment segment. Such a disruptive change inevitably presents critical challenges for financial institutions and regulators, as much as for the customers and final users. The extent to which FinTech is going to shape our lives and permanently change the way we think about money, for better or worse, will be determined by our ability to identify and address these challenges properly.
With this document, Action Institute wants to present a list of readings in preparation to the event that will take place in Rome on May 14th.
The document is organized in the following chapters
The author suggests that the RegTech offers solutions to use technology to solve compliance and regulatory issues
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