IRTA partners with Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) for Global Survey on COVID impact on FinTech and RegTech

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IRTA partners with Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) for Global Survey on COVID impact on FinTech and RegTech

IRTA partners with Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) for Global Survey on COVID impact on FinTech and RegTech

IRTA RegTech members are invited to participated in a global survey on the impact of COVID-19 on FinTech and RegTech, which has been launched by CCAF at the University of Cambridge together with the World Bank and World Economic Forum.

RegTechs can take part in the survey here:

The survey, which will run until July 30th, aims to understand the Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on the global FinTech and RegTech markets, the industry’s responses to challenges and their regulatory and policy concerns.

Responses will be included in the CCAF’s Global Covid-19 FinTech Market Rapid Assessment Report due to be published in Q3 2020. The Report will provide data and actionable insights for market participants, regulators and policymakers to support evidence-based decisions.

Survey participation gives RegTechs an opportunity to set out their perspective on COVID-19 impact on market demand, operations, investment climate and priority actions required from policy makers and regulators for the Report.

This survey consists of 15 questions and should take no more than 30 mins to complete. All survey data will be sanitised, anonymised and aggregated (e.g. by country and geography) before analysis and presentation, therefore no individual entity’s data will be divulged.

CCAF aim to capture industry responses from 15,000 firms from across 190 countries. The IRTA is among the 150 FinTech industry and ecosystem partners from across the globe supporting this important initiative. It follows the IRTA’s partnership with CCAF and EY Japan in 2019 on the RegTech sector benchmark study.

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