Opportunities and Risks from New Technology

Global investment banks are embracing opportunities to enhance the current operating environment, enabling firms to build out systems to meet global regulatory requirements, evolving client expectations and serving clients in jurisdictions they want to do business.

In order to take advantage of the opportunities in this developing environment, banks are prioritizing investment in technology and innovation. We look forward to working with policymakers and regulators, who have a key role to play here by promoting innovation and supporting the adoption of new technologies, whilst ensuring that future regulatory frameworks maintain a level playing field and promote integrity of capital markets and financial stability.

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Correspondence

GFMA and IIF Discussion Draft Principles Supporting the Strengthening of Operational Resilience Maturity in Financial Services

October 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

The Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) and the Institute of International Finance (IIF) have released together “Discussion Draft Principles Supporting the Strengthening of Operational Resilience Maturity in Financial Services.” These principles support the financial industry’s efforts to continuously improve and strengthen the level of operational resilience for the firms, the customers, markets, the sector, and the broader economies they support nationally and across the globe.

GFMA and PwC Report on Technology and Innovation in Global Capital Markets

March 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

The Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) and PwC have published a report on current trends in technology and innovation and their impact on the investment bank of the future. The report, entitled ‘Technology and Innovation in Global Capital Markets,’ examines the key trends which are expected to impact the industry over the next five years, providing a vision for the future and identifying the implications for the industry and for future policymaking.  

GFMA Financial Data Handling Principles for Banks and Non-Banks

February 2019  |  Correspondence  |  White Papers and Reports

GFMA has released its Financial Data Handling Principles for Banks and Non-Banks as a voluntary set of principles drawn from international best practices. The principles are based on both the U.S. NIST Cybersecurity Framework and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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News

GFMA and PwC Identify Global Technology and Innovation Trends and Challenges for Investment Banks

20 March 2019   |   News  |  Capital Markets Innovation

Washington, D.C., 20 March 2019 -  The Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) and PwC have today published a new report on current trends in technology and innovation and their impact on the investment bank of the future. The report, entitled ‘Technology and Innovation in Global Capital Markets,’ examines the key trends which are expected to impact the industry over the next five years, providing a vision for the future and identifying the implications for the industry and for future policy making.

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