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Week 32: Research at a glance

The Pulse of Fintech 2018: Biannual global analysis of investment in fintech

by KPMG

This report examines regulatory issues including PSD2 and GDPR. It also delves into a number of questions driving interest in the fintech market, including how the fintech market is maturing, why Asia is becoming a standout region in terms of fintech investment, and how open banking is propelling fintech activity globally.

German FinTechs on the rise

by Deutsche Bank 

This report illustrates the current situation with Fintech start-ups in Germany, as well as behaviors of German users in digital financial services.

A Financial System That Creates Economic Opportunities Nonbank Financials, Fintech, and Innovation

by the US Department of Treasury 
This is the report by the US Treasury Department  that grabbed headlines this week for calling for changes in fintech regulation. It discusses topics such as embracing digitisation, data, and technology, creating a regulatory framework that promotes innovation, updating regulations, and fostering an enabling policy environment.
Annual Financial Stability Report – 2017
National Bank of Serbia
Authored by the National Bank of Serbia, the report outlines the recent developments of FinTech and impact on financial stability in Serbia. The report further discusses external as well as internal risks against financial instability, and outlines measures to be taken against them, touching on risk mitigation tecniques. The report further elaborates on the decisions taken by Netional Bank of Serbia aimed at strengthening stability, such as monetary policy easing and interest rates reduction.

G20/OECD Policy Guidance on Financial Consumer Protection Approaches in the Digital Age

by G20/OECD

The world is becoming more digital every day, and this digitisation has the potential to foster financial inclusion. This policy guide looks at consumer protection within this context and is geared towards policymakers responsible for implementing G20/OECD High-level Principles on consumer protection and digital financial inclusion.

by IMF

Authored by International Monetary Fund (“IMF”), in the context of the 2018 Article 4 of the IMF’s Articles of Agreement, and in consultation with Singapore, the report sctunizes risks, macroeconomic and financial sector policies, and structual transformation in relation to the economy of Singapore.

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