With fintech being a rapidly developing and increasingly regulated area, we have created a timeline of key UK and EU regulatory milestones to watch out for over the coming months and years.
The extraordinary returns generated by cryptocurrencies have led to a frenzy of investment activity and interest from investors. Several new crypto hedge funds have emerged, and cryptocurrency is fast establishing itself as a mainstream asset class.
However, numerous operational and regulatory concerns remain. While regulators are increasing oversight, established players and startups are moving to address the current gaps in infrastructure, control and compliance.
Read our latest article for Regulation Asia to learn more about overcoming the challenges to make the most of the opportunities of this new asset class.
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