Starling’s own Jeff Kupfer and Stephen Scott say that Australia may emerge as a world-leader in RegTech adoption as a remedy to banking culture and misconduct issues.
On 30 March, Starling Trust released its annual Compendium, a report on global regulatory activities aimed at promoting improved culture and conduct in the banking sector.
In the first of a series of articles, in collaboration with Regulation Asia, we discussed how the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been a definitive leader in driving the global supervisory agenda in relation to culture and conduct risk.
In this week’s article, we spotlight Australia, where issues of banking culture and misconduct took centre stage during 2018.
JEFF KUPFER is Co-Founder of US-based RegTech firm Starling Trust Sciences.
STEPHEN SCOTT is a risk management expert and CEO of Starling, a globally recognized leader in the RegTech space. Operating at the nexus of data science, network science, and behavioral science, Starling's Predictive Behavioral Analytics tools are used by leading financial services firms to assess and mitigate culture and conduct related risks.