AI and the hope of what it can deliver

Banks and financial institutions are increasingly looking to AI and expecting that the technology will be able to deliver the ‘holy grail’ of protection


What’s next for FinTech?

Initial coin offerings (ICOs) continue to be a feature of the fundraising landscape and Osborne Clarke has experience advising both issuers and investors.


London market needs to identify hidden AI exposure

The reason this search will be necessary is a growing realisation that AI can affect a broad range of risks in ways that underwriters had not foreseen, Neil Beresford, partner at Clyde & Co, explained at a seminar on the impact of AI on underwriting.


Jersey's balanced approach to ICO activity

Hawksford’s existing policy on providing services to ICO issuers is very much focused on quality, and we welcome the emphasis placed on this within the guidance note from the JFSC.


Robo-advice users in for the long haul

The top reasons driving use of automated investment and advice platforms were lower fees and investment diversification, highlighted by 18.3% and 16.7% of users respectively.


Should we trust the Swiss with shaping global crypto policy?

The centre says it engages with “governments, leading companies, civil society, and experts from around the world to co-design and pilot innovative new approaches to policy and governance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”