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Consumers deserve trust and transparency in a digital world

Compliance and regulation expert warns technology poses challenge to industry

14th April, 2016

Consumers should be sold products and services in a manner that engenders trust, a compliance and regulation expert has warned.

Chairperson of the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACOI), Melanie Blake, says that developments in technology pose both challenges and opportunities for those managing compliance and conduct risk.

"The industry, its participants and regulators alike are also likely be to be challenged by how they operate and regulate in a digital environment, with new...

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