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The fifth Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence report on Fintech, Regtech and the Role of Compliance in 2021 is now ready for download. Fill in the form on the right to download the full report. 
As with all TRRI analysis, the findings have become a trusted and credible source of insight for firms, regulators, and their advisers worldwide. During the lifetime of the report it has had nearly 2,500 responses and been downloaded nearly 13,000 times by firms, risk and compliance practitioners, regulators, law firms, consultancies, and G-SIFIs. 

Discover the main findings, which include:

  • Increased reliance on technological solutions as a result of the pandemic
  • Continued investment in specialist skills for the risk and compliance function
  • Greater confidence in firms’ IT infrastructure to be able to support fintech solutions
  • Differing budget expectations for regtech solutions

To learn more about these benefits and how to overcome the challenges firms are facing, download your copy of this years' industry renowned report "Fintech, Regtech and the Role of Compliance 2021” written by Susannah Hammond and Mike Cowan, Senior Regulatory Intelligence Experts.

"Financial innovationand technological solutionshave becomeincreasingly popularin recent years. The pandemic has led to suffering inmany areas of society — financial services included — but thefintech market continues togrowand the pace of development is expected to increase as more of the issues exposed by the pandemicseek technological solutions."
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