Financial regulation has changed significantly in the ten years since the global financial crisis. Tougher, more detailed and more complex standards now apply to all aspects of regulation.

KPMG’s new paper examines how financial regulation might develop over the next ten years, focussing on four key questions:

  1. Will regulation push on, or be pushed back?
  2. What will be the regulatory response to Fintech?
  3. Will regulation be used increasingly to deliver social objectives?
  4. What questions does this raise for society to address?

The final question opens up a wider debate: some of the issues here are very much for society as a whole to address, not just regulators, since they are central to how financial services should evolve over the next ten years. These wider issues need to be debated and resolved.

Read the PDF below to find out more.