FSI regulatory outlooks


Financial services regulatory outlooks 2020

Leading in the times of change

The Deloitte Center for Regulatory Strategy has released a financial services regulatory outlook for the EMEA region to help financial services firms navigate the year ahead.

After a decade of global regulatory reforms defined by the financial crisis and misconduct issues, the regulatory environment is changing profoundly. The international consensus on regulatory reform is fraying. Political appetite for globalization is retreating, and trade tensions are mounting. Technological change and social concerns are rising on regulators’ agendas. How can financial services firms ensure they have the foresight, governance, skills, and operational capabilities to adapt and respond to these trends effectively?

The Deloitte Center for Regulatory Strategy outlooks are designed to provide a clear view of the regulatory landscape and of the steps that firms should take to respond to these regulations. The regulatory outlooks available are:

EMEA financial markets regulatory outlook

The EMEA Regulatory Outlook explores how major regulatory trends will shape the financial services industry across EMEA in the coming year and how firms can respond effectively. The 2020 edition includes topics such as IBOR transition, climate risk, cyber resilience, the adoption of AI models, and much more besides. The Outlook includes themes which are relevant across all FS sectors as well as specific updates on the banking, capital markets, insurance, and investment management sectors.

View the 2020 EMEA regulatory outlook.

EMEA financial markets regulatory outlook

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