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Mixers, cold storage and onions…cocktail party or digital money laundering?

By Amy Ciolek and Julia Massarin With terminology such as mixers, cold storage, tumblers and Onions (Onion Routers) (TOR), one may be excused for overlooking the significance of money laundering the digital age. FATF Report to G20 Finance Ministers and … Continue reading

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Contrasting Regulatory Approaches to FinTech

The RBA has recently set out its views that “Most of the regulation set for financial institutions is aimed at the stability of financial institutions….If some of these companies get big enough there will be systemic issues.” This is moderately inconsistent with APRA’s latest move, expanding its policy to restricted ADI licences to foster innovation and competition in the banking industry.  Australia needs clear guidance and regulatory support to avoid pushing away financial services innovation. Continue reading

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Filed under ASIC Guidance, Australia, Banking, Digital Currency, Financial Services Regulation, Fintech, ICO