Global trends in digital financial services took an unexpected turn in 2020 with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Almost overnight, banks and other financial institutions had to manage a shift to remote work and a surge in new digital banking users. The industry is now confronting unprecedented cybersecurity challenges as criminals exploit the pandemic for financial fraud.
Through all of this, governments around the world have reacted rapidly to enable secure digital commerce. In this new global digital landscape, regulations, laws, standards and policies are driving greater convenience, security and privacy in financial services.
This 135-page report highlights the latest regulatory and legislative changes pertaining to fraud prevention, digital identity, data protection, payments, open banking, the use of electronic signatures, and more. Download the report to stay current on compliance changes and challenges in all regions where your organization does business.
- Learn how digital identity, data privacy, and payments have emerged as top focus areas in almost all regions
- Track recently enacted laws and policies by country related to cybersecurity, fraud prevention, data protection, and more
- Get region-by-region updates on transformative trends driving adoption of digital financial services, including open banking, digital currency, and remote online notarization
- Read the executive summary for a global overview and use the full report as a reference guide
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