Blockchain for Regulatory Reporting?

Fintech expert: As distributed ledger technology matures, its use cases are becoming clearer

Simon Taylor, co-founder of blockchain practice, 11:FS consultancy

As blockchain matures, the perceptions of its potential use cases are evolving beyond clearing and settlements—even automating regulatory reporting, say experts.

Speaking at this week's London Fintech Week, Simon Taylor, co-founder of blockchain at fintech consultancy 11:FS, said clearing and settlements seemed to be the obvious application initially, because it is an expensive and inefficient process, and blockchain was first developed for bitcoin transactions. But as financial services players

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