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Evolving in response to global re-regulation

Evolving in response to new regulations impacting the global financial industry

The global financial services industry is witnessing drastic changes in response to economic, political and social uncertainty. This has led to swift and aggressive regulatory changes that affect how banks and insurers operate. As a result, financial services executives are being challenged to find ways to meet rising regulatory requirements without sacrificing sustainable earnings. To be successful, an in-depth understanding of the ways the emerging global regulatory framework will affect strategies and operations is paramount.

In Deloitte’s report on how regulatory change will impact the future of the financial services industry, we review the key factors that promise to change the face of the financial services industry – including the five key themes:

  • Regulatory intervention
  • Geopolitical realities
  • Your view of risk
  • The law of unintended consequences
  • The need to adopt compensating strategies

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Leon Bloom - Partner, Enterprise risk Leon Bloom
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Leon Bloom is the leader of the Canadian firm’s Capital markets and regulatory consulting services practice and is leader of the Financial Services enterprise risk practice. Leon is recognized globally for his thought leadership and expertise in assisting financial institutions with financial risk and capital market solutions.

Paul Skippen - Associate Partner Paul Skippen

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Paul Skippen is an partner with Enterprise risk and is the firm’s risk transformation leader.

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