Fonetic was at the American Banker’s RegTech event in New York recently where we had the pleasure to listen to regulation and compliance practitioners talking about their experiences streamlining and automating compliance chores and turning that investment into a competitive advantage in the process.
In the year since the Weinstein scandal unfolded, #MeToo has shown its face in the financial industry, among many others. Juan Diego Martín, Fonetic’s Chief Operating Officer, shares his opinion and observations in a piece for Financial News.
Thursday 18th September, 2018 - Fonetic is proud to announce their participation in the upcomming 1LoD summit for risk & control professionals in financial institutions. The event will take place in London on 15th November and is the first independent conference series that caters for control functions of the first line of defense in the financial markets and banking devisions of investment banks.
In linguistics, combining words from different languages within the same phrase is called language switching or code switching. When talking about language switching outside of academia, many may think of James Bond movies, double-agents and spies; in other words, risky behaviour. That’s not necessarily off the mark when it comes to trading and the financial industry. For instance, if a trader or another employee at a financial institution uses more than one language in a sentence or a conversation, it may show an intent for committing fraud – something that regulators have been trying to watch out for lately. Here’s a look at the recent past to figure out some of the reasons for this monitoring.