Anthony Malakian, US editor of Waters, and James Rundle, news editor of Waters, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
This week, Anthony and James delve into regtech and also take a look at how employee privacy may be diminishing due to new cognitive technologies being used in surveillance. They next turn their attention to clearinghouses in London and how new EU rules could force them to relocate to the Eurozone. Finally, they talk about how Anthony was incredibly wrong in saying that a Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight would never happen.
(2:00) The evolution of the regtech space.
(3:15) What is cognitive computing?
(4:20) How cognitive tools are infiltrating the surveillance space.
(8:00) With the advent of cognitive tools, employee privacy could diminish.
(16:00) An examination of the AML/KYC vendor landscape.
(21:00) What has the European Commission done that’s caused such a fuss in regards to clearing?
(23:45) Why is this such a big deal for Europe?
(25:30) What is the impact first for banks and those who use clearinghouses—and second, for the clearinghouses?
(27:15) What has the market reaction been?
(29:00) A quick look at the upcoming Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight and how Anthoyn was very, very, very wrong in predicting that the fight would never get made.
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