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How Regtech Impacts the Growth of Financial Technology?

Banking CIO Outlook | Monday, April 19, 2021

The existence of a well-known and stable regtech would serve as an assurance because most consumers are doubtful about sharing their personal information with a relatively unknown third-party app.

Fremont, CA : Regtech, or regulatory technology, is said to be the latest trend in the fintech industry these days. Regtech is the use of technology to assist the fintech industry in complying with regulatory requirements. Regtech would aid in the tracking, filing, and compliance with regulations, which would otherwise take a lot of time and money when manually done. Although regtech will undoubtedly alter the way the fintech industry operates, it will also provide the industry with numerous significant benefits.

Here are three benefits of Regtech in the Fintech industry:

Enhance Risk Management

Companies can identify and avoid any possible risk to your company using the right technologies. These threats include but are not restricted to market manipulation, non-compliant trades, fraud, and external cyber-attacks. Your organization will be able to deal with these possible threats more effectively if you have an early warning system in place.

Develop a Sense of Security for Customer Base

The use of regtech not only benefits the business directly but also benefits their customer base. Having a well-known and stable regtech would serve as an assurance because most consumers are unsure of sharing their personal information with a relatively unknown third-party app. Customers would be more likely to comply if they believe their data will not be compromised.

Cost and Time Efficiency

Companies will save money on enforcement costs by using regtech because it will be performed automatically. It will also limit the time taken because the technology will make the enforcement process easier. The business would be able to achieve a competitive advantage over its rivals due to this cost and time productivity.

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