Fintech and the Securities Market – Part 4 of 5

In the past two (2) articles the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (“TTSEC”) discussed six (6) of the twelve (12) considerations related to the International Monetary Fund (“IMF”) – The Bali Fintech Agenda. The Bali Fintech Agenda Policy Paper[1] provides a blueprint for successfully harnessing Fintech opportunities by …

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Fintech and the Securities Market – Part 3 of 5

In last week’s article the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (“TTSEC”) discussed the first three (3) considerations of the International Monetary Fund (“IMF”) Policy Paper – The Bali Fintech Agenda. The Bali Fintech Agenda identifies key considerations for policymakers when implementing Fintech policies and provides a blueprint for …

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Fintech and the Securities Market – Part 2 of 5

In last week’s article the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (“TTSEC”) discussed the importance of, and some of the risks associated with, Financial Technology (“Fintech”). This week, the TTSEC will be discussing the first three (3) considerations of the Bali Fintech Agenda.   Read more here—> Fintech and the …

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Fintech and the Securities Market Part 1 of 5

As Financial Technology (“Fintech”) alters the attributes of financial services and market structures, financial regulation is also adapting. Among other things, Fintech products and service providers are streamlining business processes, which allow customers the opportunity to fulfil their financial service requirements through non-traditional online channels which are generally considered to …

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Fintech and T&T’s Securities Market

The pervasive nature of Fintech and other digital innovations in the financial sector have the potential to transform the securities industry in Trinidad and Tobago, and enhance our global attractiveness for investment potential.  This transformation may improve the efficiency of the market whilst reducing transaction costs and encouraging growth in …

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STATEMENT ON FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY

“The Commission remains committed to working with persons to ensure that financial innovation is made accessible to the investing public in a safe and structured environment.   Accordingly, the Commission invites Fintech companies/providers and persons conducting, or contemplating conducting activities involving Fintech, to come forward and engage in discussions with a …

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