In the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, financial institutions increasingly turned to ‘de-risking’ – exiting relationships and limiting interaction with clients deemed high-risk – as a way to reduce their exposure.
This session will cover:
- How has de-risking impacted the industry?
- Why are institutions de-risking, rather than managing existing risk?
- Has de-risking by traditional banks created a vacuum for new players to fill?
- How is the regulatory landscape shifting?
- What’s next for the payments industry?