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Fintech: Growth and Deregulation

Edited By Diane Maurice, Jack Freund and David Fairman

Overview

Risk management is lagging behind the rapid evolution of FinTech. The growth of alternative lending and broader consumer access to financial services has outpaced risk management. The financial technology sector is booming, and entrepreneurs, bankers, consultants, investors and asset managers are scrambling for more information: Who are the key players? What's driving the explosive growth? What are the risks? Fintech: Growth and Deregulation collates insights, knowledge and guidance from industry experts to provide the answers to these questions and more.

Publish date: 19 Feb 2018

Availability: In stock

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Book - Fintech: Growth and Deregulation
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Book description

FinTech: Growth and Deregulation will act as a guide to the financial technology revolution, and the disruption, innovation and opportunity therein. This book will advance the concept of how the rapid pace of FinTech expansion relates to new challenges in operational risk management. The implications for risk management professionals are serious as both institutions and consumers are impacted. Regulation in this new evolving environment is challenged especially as new forms of operational risk emerge.

Purchasers of this book will:

  1. Understand what exactly FinTech is
  2. See how FinTech is engrained in our new risk paradigm for financial services
  3. Learn how to think about risk management as FinTech grows
  4. See how operational risk managers can consider and implement risk management systems

Book details

ISBN
Book - 978-1-78272-387-5 / EBook - 978-1-78272-398-1
Publish date
19 Feb 2018
Format
Paperback
Size
230mm x 280mm

Editor biography

Diane Maurice, Jack Freund and David Fairman

Ms. Diane R. Maurice has over 25 years’ recent experience as both a banking supervisor for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and San Francisco and as an international commercial and investment banker in New York, San Francisco and London. Her experience includes both Resolution Planning and Stress Testing. Ms. Maurice has two advanced degrees including a Master’s from the London School of Economics where she completed work towards a PhD on the Basel Accord.

Dr. Jack Freund has worked in technology and risk for 18 years where he has specialized in cyber risk. Jack's book on quantifying risk (Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach) was inducted into the Cybersecurity Canon in 2016. Jack’s writings have appeared in the ISSA Journal and he writes a column for the @ISACA newsletter.

Currently, Jack is Senior Manager, Cyber Risk Framework at TIAA and has served on the ISACA CRISC working group since the certification’s inception. 

David Fairman is the Chief Information Security Officer for the Royal Bank of Canada.  In this role he is responsible for the strategy, oversight and governance for Information Security and Cyber Security globally across RBC.  Prior to joining RBC, David was with JP Morgan Chase & Co holding the positions of Deputy Technology Controls Officer and Global Head of Technology Risk and Control Practices. Prior to JPMC, David was with RBS, holding several roles including CISO RBS Americas and Head of Information Security EMEA.  

Table of contents

1. Fintech and Blockchain - Nathan Macrides, Royal Bank of Canada

2. Market Exposure to Fintechs: Too Risky? - Peter Mitic, Santander UK

3. Statistical Machine Learning Analysis of Cyber Risk Data: Event Case Studies - Gareth W. Peters; Pavel V. Shevchenko; Ruben D. Cohen; D. R. Maurice

4. Cyber Regulations and Compliance Considerations - Nick McKenzie, Standard Chartered Bank

5. The Governance of Strategy and Strategic Technology Risks - Patrick McConnell, Macquarie University Applied Finance Centre

6. Scaling Risk Management for Success - Rudy Rouhana, Simplee

7. Fintech, Risk Management and Emerging Markets - a Case Study - Sameh Zouari and Samira Chaker, HEC Business School of Carthage

8. Economic Drivers of Electronic Payment Systems in Developing and Emerging Markets - Richard Moore, Alvarez and Marsal

9. Brexit, Fintech and Risk Management for the Financial-Services Industry in the UK and Europe - Andrew Milligan, Aberdeen Standard Investments

10. Fintech Security - Yassir Abousselham, Okta

11. Cyber-risk Quantification of Financial Technology - Tony Martin-Vegue, Lending Club

12. Understanding Cyber-Risk and Cyber-Insurance - Gareth W. Peters; Pavel V. Shevchenko; Ruben D. Cohen, Heriot-Watt University; Macquarie University; MP Capital

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