Bank of England’s Ambitious Look at Regulatory Reporting

As the regulator looks at new ways to handle data, there are still a lot of paths to consider.

Future transformation

The aftermath of the financial crisis has seen a massive increase in reporting requirements for trading firms. This has also created unique challenges for the regulators themselves, as they need to be able to take in, store and analyze this sea of information—or else what’s the point?

As a result, the Bank of England (BoE) is exploring new technologies such as artificial intelligence and cloud storage to get to grips with these requirements, as well as improving its ability to handle machine

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Waters Wrap: Inside the mind of the CTO

After having one-on-one conversations with eight different senior bank technologists, Anthony explains how these execs look at innovation strategy from a philosophical perspective.

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