Regulatory Barometer UAE 2017
Ensuring regulatory resilience in disruptive times
Regulatory requirements have been a major contributor to how financial institutions have evolved since the financial crisis. The influx of regulatory initiatives, particularly from the international level, has forced many firms to reconsider their business models, in terms of new restrictions as much as new opportunities.
Deloitte has produced the first Regulatory Barometer report in the UAE, which looks at the challenges faced by firms and how they can ensure regulatory resilience. The findings are based on insights from senior management across the UAE who shared their views on how regulations are shaping banks. The report examines how regulations are shaping operations, the core regulatory priorities, where to focus attention and what are considered to be the biggest risks and challenges.
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The top 10 regulatory priorities for the UAE
- Regulatory, economy and policy support
- Financial crime compliance
- Cross-border compliance
- Financial stability
- Recovery and resolution planning
- Capital calibration
- Risk and compliance culture
- Conduct risk
- Data and regulatory reporting
- Technology and innovation