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    Title: A Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit for Analysing the Regulatory Frameworks for Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets
    Authors: 臧正運
    Tsang, Cheng-Yun
    Malady, Louise
    Buckley, Ross
    Didenko, Anton
    Contributors: 法律系
    Keywords: Digital financial services;DFS;Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit;RDT;developing countries;financial regulation;financial inclusion;economic development;overregulation
    Date: 2018-12
    Issue Date: 2019-12-04 14:51:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Digital financial services (DFS) present an unprecedented opportunity to improve financial inclusion and economic development. However, these innovative services can prove challenging for regulators, particularly in developing countries. This article proposes a comprehensive analytical framework – a Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit (RDT) – designed to support financial regulators in emerging markets in their efforts to assess, adapt and advance their regulatory regimes for DFS. The RDT’s detailed methodology is built around two key objectives: (i) supporting innovative DFS and (ii) avoiding overregulation.
    Relation: Banking & Finance Law Review, Vol.34, No.1, pp.1-28
    Data Type: article
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