Chartis: Counting and Cutting the Cost of Compliance II

Financial Institutions (FIs) exist in a challenging environment. Following the last financial crisis, multiple waves of new national and supranational regulation have constricted FIs’ profits through, for example, the imposition of minimum capital requirements. Simultaneously, they have driven up general compliance expenditure. And, as regulations have continued to proliferate, most firms acknowledge that it is not enough merely to comply with current regulations – they must budget for future

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