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The Banking sector has undergone in last decade of 30 Years very substantial changes, however the upcoming period ahead will represent major challenge in terms of scope and dynamics for implementation of new controls, processes and reporting schemes that Banks are supposed to be put in place in upcoming period 2019 – 2022. Read more…

The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) is Europe’s response to the G20 commitment to regulate over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets in the aftermath of the financial crisis. Corresponding measures in the United States are set forth in the Dodd Frank Act (Title VII). In Europe, the execution of OTC derivatives is regulated under the Markets in […]

ANACREDIT Stage 1 represents regulatory reporting tool on total Bank exposure from lending-related products towards the Corporate segment. This initiative has been launched by European Central Bank and later on local regulators (incl. Czech National Bank) have come-up with some additional requirements. In this in-depth analysis you will find all necessary information incl. what and […]

2019 is set to be a game-changing year for retail banking. As the PSD2 (Revised Payment Service Directive) becomes implemented, banks’ monopoly on their customer’s account information and payment services is about to disappear. The new EU directive opens the door to any company interested in eating a bank’s lunch. For a detailed time-line, when […]

Based on the EU directive published in 2016, all EU-based institutions and entrepreneurs are obliged to store and work with personal data of their Customers (starting from May 2018) with highest care in order to protect Customers against violating their rights through free distribution of their personal data without their prior consent. This measure is […]

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