CBB issued a circular notifying that Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN) is conducting an “operational cost survey,” as part of the digital regulatory reporting project. The aim of the survey is to understand the feasibility and potential of digital regulatory reporting. CBB is a member of GFIN, which is a global network for sharing knowledge and experience around policy issues related to fintech initiatives. Accordingly, CBB requests stakeholders to complete the survey by August 25, 2019.
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