Our series, Finding Balance, maps the environment financial institutions must navigate to thrive in the post-pandemic global market. Starting in 2020 and finishing this year, we looked across our subsectors — at banking and insurance, financial sponsors, as well as financial infrastructure and payment providers — and re-evaluated the potential impact of the major global drivers of change in financial services such as ESG and digital transformation. The series also considers the risks to and pressures on financial institutions presented by increasing corporate indebtedness, the rise of alternative finance, and increasing regulatory scrutiny originating from the 2008 financial crisis.
Our new episode of FInsight: Global Financial Institutions Industry Podcast takes a look at the hot topics and developments that will be covered in this year’s UK Fintech Week.
In the ninth installment in the Finding Balance series, we take a closer look at the impact of new technology on financial institutions.
With financial services regulation developing at pace in areas such as ESG, Fintech and new technologies, our newly launched horizon scanning tool, the Global Financial Services Regulatory (FSR) Momentum Monitor enables financial service providers to plan and prepare for coming regulatory developments across the jurisdictions in which they operate.
In the eighth installment in the Finding Balance series, we take a closer look at the phenomena of rising global indebtedness and alternative financing.
On 25 November 2021, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) unveiled the Sustainable Finance Development Policy 2025 (“Policy”), developed in cooperation with the International Finance Corporation. The Policy, among other things, lists the tasks to be implemented in the Ukrainian financial services market in line with the best international practices and standards of environmental, social and governance (ESG) regulatory frameworks.