The Regulatory Genome Project at the University of Cambridge will collaborate with CMS, Grant Thornton UK LLP, Macfarlanes and Mastercard to address the issue of regulation in digital era. The new initiative will create an inclusive and easily accessible repository of regulatory information for the digital economy.
Dr Robert Wardrop, Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice and Director of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, said: “The Regulatory Genome Project aims to promote financial inclusion in the global digital economy. A repository of machine-readable regulation will provide a de facto standard for regulatory compliance by firms operating around the world. We expect to announce many other collaborators joining the project in the coming months.”
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