April 21, 2020

Every day this week, the Disruption and Data blog features details of major policy initiatives that have not been derailed by the pandemic. Mostly, these developments have been lost in the noise in the news cycle. But our PolicyScope platform users and our daily COVID1...

January 21, 2020

Mark your calendars!  BCMstrategy, Inc. is hosting a webinar with our strategic partners at Interactive Brokers in February focused exclusively on policy trajectories regarding FinTech and cryptocurrency policy.

Please join us on February 12 from noon to 1 pm (East Coas...

January 6, 2020

2020's FinTech policy cycle started relatively quietly today with the release of a research report from The first full week of 2020 brings an interesting set of FinTech data from De Nederlandsche Bank (the Dutch Central Bank):  Working Paper No. 663 "The Economic Force...

May 30, 2019

Two days ago, the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) released for comment a consultative paper suggesting standards for how cryptocurrency trading platforms should be regulated.  The FinReg Blog hosted by Global Financial Markets Center at Duk...

May 21, 2019

Earlier this spring, we were awarded the opportunity to participate in, and exhibit at, the Collision technology conference.  We write from Toronto today, where over 20,000 savvy technology professionals are taking over the city for nearly a week. 

It's thrilling!...

April 4, 2019

Regulators may be setting their sights on how to regulate Big Tech – as we discussed in last month's blog post – but, as central banks and finance ministers prepare to convene in Washington in April for the IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings, the issue poised to generate t...

March 11, 2019

When JPMorganChase announced last month that it would issue a JPM Coin, the crypto community yawned

The "coin" is initially available only to the bank’s corporate customers that use the bank’s blockchain with a fixed 1:1 conversion rate to the U.S. dollar.  Consequen...

March 5, 2019

A version of this post originally appeared on The FinReg Blog hosted by the Global Capital Markets Center at Duke Law School on January 28, 2019

It seems somehow ironic and fitting that the economic sector most hostile to centralized governments – cryptocurrency and ini...

March 5, 2019

A version of this blogpost originally appeared on The FinReg Blog hosted by the Global Financial Markets Center at Duke Law School.

February 2019 could rightly have been called “FinTech Month” in Basel, Switzerland, given the number of documents published by the Financi...

March 5, 2019

A version of this post originally appeared on The FinReg Blog hosted by the Global Financial Markets Center at Duke Law School.  

Financial regulators have been finding new ways to cooperate and coordinate policy formation since the Basel Committee was created in the ea...

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