State of Regulatory Reform Report 2019

This unique report from the Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence team offers offers a deep insight into the key regulatory trends for 2019. Learn from our expert journalists and analysts about the events that will shape the year ahead — and how your organization can best manage regulatory change. 
The report addresses the following key topics:
The global regulatory reform agenda — ten years on
Technology, machine learning and cyber risk
The changing face of financial crime
Culture and conduct: still a work in progress
The global push for personal responsibility and accountability
"For compliance professionals, 2019 promises to be a busy year with surprises and pitfalls marking a post-crisis transition. In this climate, no one can afford to drop their guard."
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Additional Resources


Finextra Interview: Alex Robson

Alex Robson, Managing Editor for Regulatory Intelligence,  speaks about the main regulatory developments we can expect to see this year, why culture is so important and why the Australian Royal Commission is significant beyond Australian shores.
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Blog: New Challenges For The Next Decade Of Regulatory Reform

Read the State of Regulatory Reform 2019 overview blog by Nathan Lynch, Regional Bureau Chief at Thomson Reuters.
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Compliance and Risk Industry Insights

The financial services industry, government agencies, law firms, and in-house counsel face an environment characterized by a myriad of emerging risk including expanding compliance obligations, disruptive technologies, and ever-increasing governance expectations. Stay current on the latest topics and trends with our expert insights.
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