Regulation & Compliance

Crowdfunding – Regulations are now the Biggest Barrier to Entry

Are you thinking of starting a crowdfunding or peer-to peer (P2P) lending platform?  Then I have some good and some bad news for you! The good news is that barriers to entry are breaking down fast.   Technology was once the biggest barrier but now hardly pose a challenge to new entrants. There are many …

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Solvency II Training – An Executive Challenge

SOLVENCY II TRAINING: What needs to be improved and the consequences of not doing so. Solvency II has been reinvigorated as Brussels start to get their act together.  Compliance will require strategic, behavioural and operational changes across the board. There are a number of aspects that must be considered, such as whether or not the …

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Can Solvency II Gain Back Customer Trust in Financial Services Firms?

Solvency II aims to improve risk management, but will this benefit customers of financial services firms? If so, do they know this? At Vedanvi we have another bone to pick with the current level of disclosure in the financial services sector. We reckon that the sector has got to be more pro-active in winning back …

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Do You Have An Effective Credit Process?

The need for insurers to improve the management of credit exposures has come into sharper focus recently. This has been under scrutiny from the FSA notably in their discussion paper in April 2003 “Review of UK insurers’ risk management practices” and the subsequent letter to the CEO to Life Insurers and Friendly Societies. To recall …

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FSA Will Hold Eexecutives Personally Responsible for Poor Risk Management & Controls

Corporate Failures: Executives and Their Advisors Are Held Personally Responsible and Face Fines as well as Prosecution Regulators have to become harsher in light of the financial crisis – they are inflicting some very serious penalties for wrong doings – could you be the next one considered not “fit or proper?” In an attempt to …

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