Fenergo: In-Country KYC Data Privacy Rules – Adding Fuel to the Regulatory Fire

In Part 1 of this 3 blog series, Laura Glynn, Fenergo’s Global Manager of Regulatory Affairs, outlines the emergence of data privacy rules and how the lack of harmonization of in-country data privacy is hampering the ability to implement a global compliance program.

Most financial institutions aspire to implement a truly global customer due diligence program that shares and re-uses data, measures and manages risk consistently and drives efficiency of the Group’s AML / KYC practices. However

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