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Finance Regulation Technology

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Finance Regulation Technology

Institute of International Finance

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Hear the latest from the IIF’s experts on where the dynamic world of digital innovation in finance intersects with key regulatory and public policy considerations. Specific topics include access to innovative technologies, data sharing and protection, machine learning, cloud computing and cultural change within firms in the digital era.
 
From Rules to Reality is a podcast that highlights how regulation shapes, or fails to shape, our daily lives. Regulation is what can make our roads work, our buildings safe, and our environment clean. But it’s also what fails when discrimination, human rights breaches and poor standards of care occur. Learning from experts about where regulation is working, and where we can improve, is my focus in this podcast.
 
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Race and Regulation

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Race and Regulation

Penn Program on Regulation

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The podcast, "Race and Regulation," focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. Listen as leading scholars uncover how government regulations across a wide range of areas—including voting rights, child welfare, banking, land use, and more—have contributed to racial inequities, as well as how regulatory changes could help build a more just society. The podcast features some of today’s foremost experts working o ...
 
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Regulation Matters: a CLEAR conversation

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Regulation Matters: a CLEAR conversation

Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation

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CLEAR’s podcast is a resource in the field of professional and occupational regulation to help stakeholders stay current on new developments and hear diverse opinions on a broad range of topics. 1) CLEAR is a place for novel, thoughtful, non-partisan debate, undertaken inclusively and respectfully. Those who contribute to the debate speak in their own capacity, and do not necessarily represent the view(s) of CLEAR. 2) CLEAR provides a space in which contentious issues can be safely and respe ...
 
A Podcast By Bert, Lo, And Shake You can look to End Of Regulation for whats going on in the state, whats going on on the court, and whats going on in the world. From Tipoff til the clock hits zero the guys keep the audience laughing while providing interesting insight from the perspectives of three young men from the Garden State. Social Media by Rashawn Miles, Engineered by Rose Productions, And Visuals By The Visual Hub
 
Many opportunities and challenges are at the intersection of technology and financial services. And FinTech itself is rapidly evolving as businesses continuously innovate and new ideas come from unexpected places. At the same time, government regulators are trying to keep pace. Troy A. Paredes and Lee A. Schneider explore this disruption by engaging the leaders who are changing what FinTech is and how we think about it. In this biweekly podcast, Troy, former SEC Commissioner and founder of P ...
 
These podcasts series will deliver to you the main ideas discussed in the book Regulation and Supervision of the OTC Derivatives Market written by Dr. Ligia Catherine Arias-Barrera, published by Routledge in 2018, and ranked third within the best new banking law books to read in 2018 and 2019 by BookAuthority.
 
The emphasis of the CAS research focus 'EU Business Regulation' will be on the central problem areas of business and financial market law. The methodical approach will involve both theoretical and empirical investigations related to specific problem areas concerning "whether" and "how" a European regulation should be introduced against the background of the normative goal of an increase in the welfare of society as a whole. In the synopsis of the individual results, overall regulation princi ...
 
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For generations, regardless of which party has controlled the White House, Black leaders have been virtually absent across the federal government’s financial regulatory bodies—a state of affairs that has severely limited the representation of Black communities and their interests in financial policy decisions and reinforced the racial wealth gap in…
 
EORPSA: Grown men should not be eating Twinkies… we as human beings probably shouldn’t be eating anything that’s 10 for $1 but life goes the way it goes. Episode 57 we had the whole team back, we became the “The Regulations” as Lo did his greatest David Ruffin impression. For all you crazy people out there, causing fights with Mike Tyson & Dave Cha…
 
Today is another wonderful episode examining a hidden issue – children and young people as family violence survivors. Often when we discuss family violence, they’re absent in our mind, if we imagine them at all, it’s often as extensions of the mother. But children and young people are often victim-survivors themselves, either witnessing family viol…
 
Tim Mohin of Persefoni joins Troy and Lee to talk about the development over the years of disclosures related to carbon and other environmental topics. Tim’s extensive background in environmental science and climate disclosure gives him a distinctive perspective about how companies have voluntarily enhanced disclosures, what standards can apply to …
 
Leading supervisors and financial service firms are increasingly considering conduct and culture alongside the more established risk management areas. This episode explores the emerging trends surrounding conduct and culture and analyzes new solutions employing behavioral science and technology to deal with the scale and speed of the challenge.…
 
Lise Betteridge, Andrew Charnock, and Nancy Spector discuss social media policies and regulating licensees' use of social media. The theme that arose from the conversation is "the changing times," as the speakers consider why it's important to develop a social media policy or guidelines, protecting privacy and confidentiality, and guiding licensees…
 
Drawing on her latest book, Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families—And How Abolition Can Build a Safer World, law and sociology expert Dorothy Roberts examines the fundamental racism of the child welfare system, which she argues regulates families in ways that disproportionately and negatively affect people of color. She e…
 
Do White people shit brown ? Yup, that kinda ignorance this week… It might be time to stop betting against Lo in regards to basketball… just maybe, it’s Episode 58, you know we gone explain why ! We kinda sorta got to the bottom of the “Giannis is The most dominant” debacle , basketball season is closing out beautifully as we get closer to the fina…
 
Race and Regulation focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. The host is Cary Coglianese, the Director of the Penn Program on Regulation and a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Send comments and/or questions to podcast@pennreg.org.…
 
A cracker today with Colette Einfeld, an expert in public policy and in particular “nudge policy”. Colette is days away from a finished PhD that examines how knowledge is used in nudge and behavioural insights. Nudge theory or policy, if you haven’t heard of it, is a concept from behavioural economics, political theory and the broader behavioural s…
 
The Penn Program on Regulation’s podcast, Race and Regulation, focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. Over the 10-episode podcast series, listen as leading scholars uncover how government regulations across a wide range of areas—including voting rights, child we…
 
If You take a seat from a crackhead… whatever happens afterwards you are responsible *If you give a mouse a cookie voice*… It’s Episode 56 Folks, We Back, We Here, Still Alive, Still Poddin… This week we dabbled in music a Bit, by next episode we should have a full breakdown of J Cole and Earl Sweatshirt Via Shake And Lo (Details Included This Epis…
 
In this episode of FRT, Tommaso Mancini-Griffoli, Division Chief in the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, and Gabriel Soderberg, Financial Sector Expert, of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) discuss Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), including design choices and interoperability, risks and opportunities in implementation, and how the …
 
Today I am speaking with Emeritus Professor of Law from the University of Sydney Law School, Terry Carney. If you think you have an original opinion, Terry probably already wrote it, like 20 years ago. Terry has written on and worked in, mental health law, child welfare, adult guardianship and administration law, and for the narrow purposes of this…
 
Episode 55 is here… big shoutout to friend of the show Tori Ruff (Trigger Warning) on her write-up in Voyage Baltimore, big shoutout to the nets for making us all fucking look bad, and big shoutout to Lo for his first dispensary experience being a positive one, and one where he was able to express himself. This week the fellas shared some of the ot…
 
Today I am speaking with Associate Professor Camilla Nelson. Camilla is an expert and writer on gender, law and media cultures at the University of Notre Dame. Camilla has authored several books, including recent essay collections called On Happiness and Dangerous Ideas About Mothers. I’m interviewing Camilla on her recent book co-authored with Pro…
 
A Dad joke in under a minute, Confirmed cooking and consumption of escargot (snails) in under 5.. Right at the 5 minute mark, we chose pure violence in the name of the almighty black Air Force, Aries Season is coming to an end, Big shoutouts to Shawnie Beamen And Shake on having birthdays this week… Mookah Dean becoming a main staple, loving to see…
 
It’s another week guys, we dropping on time too ! Episode 53 is another great one, Bert is back this week to rejoin us, and Shiesty kept his word and showed up…….. half way thru with no food for the gang just himself. Our friend Elzee had a birthday so you know we had to do a shoutout the right way with the cover art. The fellas got to it this week…
 
Adam Diersing, policy analyst for the Center of Innovation with the Council of State Governments, shares information about CSG's 2021 survey of universal license recognition laws. He describes what ULR laws mean and how they differ from other license portability models such as endorsement, reciprocity agreements, or interstate compacts. He details …
 
Today I speak with Deborah Glass, Victoria’s Ombudsman. The Victorian Ombudsman has led the way in promoting human rights across the State. Recent investigations into the treatment of public housing residents during lockdown, the solitary confinement of young people in youth detention, the practice of State Trustees in managing people’s assets, and…
 
Your three favorite guys back on the mic this week, the boy Drago lost his button virginity and the good brotha hld his own. Will Smith did a thing, so you know we had to talk about it. The homie Zig Luve came thru to talk about it with us. You get a bit of a different perspective from the fellas than you'd expect...OR, if you're an avid listener l…
 
Usually when we get in front of the mic we're personal, but we never really unpack who are completely. Each of us is different, all of us have our differences, and its those things that make us individuals.. they make us human. Episode 52 is perfect example of that, everyone who touched this episode was transparent. We gave you guys who we are, who…
 
DeFi (Decentralized Finance) and blockchain technology are driving innovation in products and services including NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens), DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations), and DID (Decentralized Identifiers). They are also attracting regulatory scrutiny as the sector grows, risks become clearer, and these new kinds of organizations …
 
In this episode, Regulation Asia co-founder Brad Maclean and editor Manesh Samtani talk to Chinali Patel, International Illicit Finance Policy Lead at the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong, and Henry Williams, Head of Investigations at Themis, about illegal wildlife trade and the development of a new toolkit to help financial institutions comb…
 
50 BOYZZZZZZZ … episode 50 is here. End of regulation podcast hitting landmarks in back to back weeks. The great mookah dean popped up to kick it with the guys and address the nonsense spewed from time to time… there was the Matt Ryan debacle as Lo stood tall on his stance against Shake. We had shawnie beamen on… it was the usual, but not the usual…
 
I am recording this from the sovereign lands of the Wurundjeri people. First Nations people have been custodians of this land for tens of thousands of years. Colonisation is a process that law and regulation, have been deeply complicit in, taking land, sea, children and lives. I want to acknowledge that despite ongoing colonisation, 60 000 years of…
 
In August 2021 the Cultural Review of the Adult Custodial Corrections System commenced. It looked at the culture, experiences, systems and processes within Victoria’s prisons and correctional centres. It looked at how these processes do or don’t serve people in custody, and corrections officers working in these settings. It is due to report in the …
 
In this episode of FRT, Carole House, Director of Cybersecurity and Secure Digital Innovation at the White House National Security Council, and Christopher Giancarlo, former Chairman of the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission and founder of the Digital Dollar Foundation, discuss the Biden Administration’s Executive Order on Ensuring Respons…
 
Come on now baby... you didnt really think we was gone do yall like that for real right? Theres absolutely no way we could be that irresponsible, not the way we care about y'all man ! Episode 49 of EOR the REAL one year episode is here man ! we appreciate every last one of you for rocking with us as long as you have. We got so much more in store fo…
 
Its Finally Here... the one year episode, big apologies for not having last weeks episode we ran into some technical difficulties with an SD card... and wait til you hear this one.. we did it AGAIN.. Being high like usual the guys mixed up the good card with the bad card so we lost another episode. Not lost like you gone get it on some recovery shi…
 
Today’s episode is with David Manne, Executive Director and Principal Solicitor of Refugee Legal, an organisation established in 1998 to provide legal advice and representation to people seeking asylum or migration. David has been practicing immigration and refugee law for over 30 years, and has taken the Australian government to task on its immigr…
 
In this episode of FRT, Caroline Malcolm, Head of International Public Policy and Research for blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis, answers questions regarding cryptocurrency’s potential for use in sanctions evasion and humanitarian relief. Amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine prompting rapid and unprecedented actions from the international communit…
 
Al Carter, executive director of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, discusses the report from NABP's work group to consider extending waivers that were issued during the pandemic. He shares how the work group evaluated policy changes into three categories: what should be looked at for permanent consideration in all circumstances, what …
 
Today, on international women’s day, I am speaking with Dr Anjalee de Silva, a postdoctoral fellow at with the Melbourne Law School node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society. Anjalee is an expert in administrative, anti-discrimination, and free speech and media law and theory, with a focus on harmful speech and …
 
Troy and Lee have an engaging conversation with Kristin Smith, Executive Director of Blockchain Association, in which Kristin explains the roots of the organization, its growth, and its many initiatives. As she discusses, the community around blockchain and crypto is dynamic and engaged, and there is a lot of participation and a lot of desire to ge…
 
In this special episode, Regulation Asia co-founder Brad Maclean and editor Manesh Samtani sit down with Tom Keatinge, founding director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI, and Nick Turner, a lawyer with Steptoe & Johnson in Hong Kong and a RUSI associate fellow, to discuss the sanctions being imposed against Russia and …
 
YERRRRRRRRRRRRR !!!!!! I feel like we had to bring that feeling back, felt like we don’t greet y’all the way we used to… but y’all family by now, ya know.. so it’s kinda like.. get ya own juice out the fridge. EOR EP 46 was LOco.. which makes sense as it was our good brothas birthday pod.. Black air forces breed chaos, and so do high schoolers, mix…
 
It’s here… the one you were waiting for… well because you usually wait on it every week… It’s episode 46 goddamnit. Shake back, Rosé Back… Shawnie, Lo, and Bert back. Drago and Mookah popped out, it was……a regular day at the office. You know how we give it up gang, There was more coon talk, just not on the same type as last week. It seems the groov…
 
Today I speak with Professor Sharon Friel. Sharon is an ARC Laureate Fellow, Professor of Health Equity and Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Governance at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet), Australian National University. Her research focuses on the political economy of health; governance and the planetary, social and…
 
Embark on this melodic, progressive journey with New Ordinance, a production and performance act from New York, featuring multi-talented instrumentalist, vocalist and producer, Gray Devio. Every week, the best new music in Progressive House and Progressive Trance is curated and presented by New Ordinance. This is Regulation. 1. Kaiyan - Freedom of …
 
In this episode of FRT, we hear from Greg Wolfond, Chair and CEO at the fintech SecureKey Technologies, Toronto; and Angus McFadyen, Partner at the law firm Pinsent Masons, London. Greg and Angus were among a team of experts and IIF members who developed and finalized the Principles for Digital Trust Networks as part of the Open Digital Trust Initi…
 
Today I speak with former Senator Scott Ludlam. Scott Ludlam served as the Senator for Western Australia from 2008 until 2017, advocating on environmental justice, human rights, and also, which we won’t be able to talk about today, national security laws and the resulting surveillance we as citizens experience. Today’s topic is big enough. State Ca…
 
Yerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, we're back with another episode! ima be honest, shake usually writes these shits so i wasn't writing down the topics. I dont even remember what we spoke about (blame the trees) other than Shawn trying to disconnect us from the Matrix. Enjoy!Shake, Lo, Bert
 
I am recording this from the sovereign lands of the Wurundjeri people. First Nations people have been custodians of this land for tens of thousands of years. Colonisation is a process that law and regulation have been deeply complicit in, taking land, sea, children and lives. I want to acknowledge that despite that, 60 000 years of wisdom continues…
 
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