2019/2020 Switzerland and Europe
Today banks and regulators operate in an environment subject to ever-changing dynamics. Driven by changing economic and legal factors, revolutionary technologies, global networking, competition and consumer demand, the regulatory outlook for 2020 appears to be shifting as regulators around the world are increasingly having to adapt to the passage of time. The regulatory and policy agenda is firmly in review mode. Companies are seeking greater flexibility and resilience. As a result, they are making greater use of advanced data analytics, artificial intelligence and innovative technologies, further adapting risk management and increasing regulatory attention in areas such as safety and consumer protection. Global regulators are reviewing the rules and regulations for potential improvements in terms of proportionality, transparency
and the integration of technological innovation. Regulators and industry participants are
seeing significant opportunities for developing new tools, improving risk management and efficiency, and increasing safety for companies, markets and consumers.
The Strategic Regulatory Foresight Banking Report highlights the key initiatives in Europe and Switzerland that banks need to have on their regulatory agenda.
This report gives you an easy-to-read but fundamental overview of the upcoming regulations in Europe and Switzerland. It discusses the following key points:
Regulatory developments in Europe
Regulatory developments in Switzerland
Dr. Günther Dobrauz
Partner and Leader Legal, PwC Switzerland
Tel.: +41 58 792 14 97
Dr. Antonios Koumbarakis
Head Strategic Regulatory & Sustainability Services, Legal, PwC Switzerland
Tel.: +41 58 792 45 23
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