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Fine tuning Fintech
Fine tuning Fintech

Fine tuning Fintech


Anne-Laure Couturier

Anne-Laure Couturier

Senior Strategy Analyst

BNP Paribas Securities Services

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While accelerating their fintech reforms, local and global regulators are walking a tightrope between protecting investors’ interests and fostering innovative financial marketplace

The rapidly growing fintech sector is catching the attention of regulators. The last two years have seen an increasing number of financial regulators reviewing and adjusting their regulatory frameworks to catalyse fintech development.

Out in front

The UK has been leading the race in creating a progressive Fintech regulatory framework. UK policymakers, known for a mix of fintech-friendly measures, have been exceptionally responsive to technology innovations in this booming sector.
Early in 2014, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) launched Project Innovate, an umbrella initiative that provides fintech startups with direct support


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