Regulatory Technology: Then and Now

Increasingly, regulators and the regulated, are embracing the ideology that technology can work for them to alleviate the pressure of the constantly evolving regulatory landscape. This new openness has led to the emergence of “RegTech”. Much like FinTech did a few years ago for financial services technology, RegTech marries technology and regulatory compliance functionality to […]

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Survey Reveals What’s Trending Today: Automation, Regulatory Reporting and Data

At the start of each year, our team at Confluence reflects on the state of the asset management back office and predicts issues and trends that we see emerging over the coming months.  For 2016, we predicted that the asset management industry would see streamlining and optimizing their data management processes as a way to […]

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How User Experience is Barging into the Discussions of FinTech Software Evaluation and Adoption

The recent influence of consumer technology is evident across a number of industries, and this includes financial services. Consumer technology has changed the way people communicate with each other in their day-to-day lives, and this communication shift is now visible within financial services. People are beginning to chat with their financial advisors, bank branches and […]

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What the SEC Can Learn About Regulation from Transportation Technology

I recently read an article about computer-driven cars and, ever since, have been fascinated and borderline obsessed by the concept. On the streets of Pittsburgh just outside the doors of Confluence’s corporate headquarters there are Uber cars driving themselves as part of a test to advance this concept of self-driven cars. At some point in the […]

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The Strange Twists and Turns of Politics

“We’ll postpone the vote if, there’s a little confusion here, so we’ll postpone the vote”.  With those words from Chairman Richard Shelby way back on April 7, 2016, the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs delayed consideration of President Obama’s nomination of Lisa Fairfax and Hester Peirce for membership in the SEC.  […]

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