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Innovative technology in financial supervision (suptech): The experience of early users

@inproceedings{Broeders2018InnovativeTI,
  title={Innovative technology in financial supervision (suptech): The experience of early users},
  author={Dirk Broeders and Jermy Prenio},
  year={2018}
}
Supervisory technology (suptech) is the use of innovative technology by supervisory agencies to support supervision. It helps supervisory agencies to digitise reporting and regulatory processes, resulting in more efficient and proactive monitoring of risk and compliance at financial institutions. A number of supervisory agencies are already using innovative ways to effectively implement a risk-based approach to supervision. Now, technological progress as well as data availability offers the… Expand

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