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Episode 36: Embedded finance - the strategic regulatory considerations for financial services firms

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A growing number of financial services firms are exploring embedded finance partnerships with non-financial firms. This is prompting EU and UK financial services and cross-sector regulatory authorities to take an increasingly active interest in the risks and opportunities they present for markets and consumers. Our latest paper explores the key regulatory considerations across four key thematic areas: consumers, data, resilience, and governance and accountability, and how these will affect firms’ strategies around embedded finance.

In this episode, Suchitra Nair from the Centre for Regulatory Strategy and Richard Kibble, UK Banking Leader, discuss the current embedded finance landscape, the risks, opportunities and strategic considerations for firms. Our guests then offer some predictions for what they expect to see in the embedded finance market over the next 12-months.

Key questions:

  • What is embedded finance and what applications are our clients most excited about?
  • How is embedded finance changing the financial services sector?
  • What does it offer to businesses and their customers?
  • What kind of role will regulators end up playing in its development?
  • What are some of the strategic choices financial services firms will have to make when looking to enter the embedded finance market?

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