The regulation revolution in financial services

The regulation revolution in financial services

Summarising change across 2017 and what this means for the future

Financial services are currently in the midst of a regulatory upheaval, with changes from the GDPR and Open APIs to the New Payments Architecture and PSD2. Each of these shifts would be significant in themselves, but coming together they represent a significant period of transformation affecting almost every part of the financial services world.

Ensuring that you are aware of what these changes mean and how they will affect you is going to be vital, not just to remaining compliant, but also to prospering and competing in this new regulatory landscape.

This webinar examines the changes that 2017 has brought, how financial services firms can respond, and what the landscape is going to look like in 2018 and beyond.

Panel discussion:

  • 2017 in context: the key regulatory shifts in the last year
  • How has preparation for implementation of the GDPR advanced in 2017?
  • What have financial services firms started to do to prepare for the idea of data as currency?
  • Assessing the impact of these changes on how customers interact with financial services firms
  • What will PSD2 and Open APIs mean for the relationships between banks, third parties, and customers? 
  • The opportunities and challenges created by the New Payments Architecture
  • What are consumer perceptions of how banks are currently performing?
  • In what ways will these regulatory shifts help to address areas of customer concern?  
  • What further regulatory transformation is 2018 set to introduce?
  • How might Brexit affect the regulatory environment going forward?

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This webinar is the fourth in Marketforce and FIS's The Regulation Revolution series
The banking industry is being hit by a raft of new regulations, from open APIs to GDPR, which threaten to transform the playing field in which both traditional banks and new entrants operate. Marketforce and FIS’s series will shed light on what these changes mean for financial institutions, how they can prepare, and what the future of banking will look like.