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Watch the recording of the live launch event for CCAF.io

Introductions and demonstrations of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance's suite of digital fintech tools on the newly launched integrated platform The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) recently hosted a live event to publicly launch its new CCAF.io platform.…

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Credit Collections & Rik Magazine: New study highlights progress in fintech regulation in Sub-Saharan Africa

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at the Cambridge Judge Business School today published the report of findings from its “Fintech regulation in Sub-Saharan Africa” study, which provides one of the first overviews of the regulatory landscape in the…

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Study provides overview of fintech regulatory landscape in Sub-Saharan Africa

A new report from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance assesses where sectoral and cross-sectoral regulatory frameworks have been established in Sub-Saharan Africa to allow for more effective regulatory benchmarking and knowledge sharing. The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF)…

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Flexible energy markets

How can regulators better support the trend toward intermittent renewable energy connected to lower voltage distribution networks in order to prevent network overload? Regulatory changes so far vary widely, finds a new paper from Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Michael…

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Voluminous breakthrough

Foreign exchange volume helps predict the following day's returns, finds study co-authored by Professor Lucio Sarno of Cambridge Judge Business School. Lucio Sarno The daily volume of foreign exchange (FX) trading helps predict returns on currency trading the next day,…

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Finextra: Mastercard joins Regulatory Genome Project

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…

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Genome’s first industry collaborators

CMS, Grant Thornton UK LLP, Macfarlanes, and Mastercard to collaborate with the Regulatory Genome Project at the University of Cambridge, a new machine-readable repository that allows firms to easily understand their global risks and obligations. Dr Robert Wardrop Regulation in…

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Impact investing

Regulators likely to require companies to publish audited reports on their environmental and social impacts, Sir Ronald Cohen says in University of Cambridge lecture. Regulators are likely in the next three to five years to require that companies publish audited…

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Forbes: Bringing sanity to global financial regulation

Dr Robert Wardrop, Director of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the new Regulatory Genome Project. The CCAF recently launched the project with the University of Cambridge aiming to sequence the world’s…

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Mirage News: Cambridge launches Regulatory Genome Project

Drawing on research from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Department of Computer Science and Technology of the University of Cambridge, the project will use machine learning to sequence the world’s regulatory…

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