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Regulatory Genome Project (RGP)

Regulatory Genome Project announces new participants

The Regulatory Genome Project (RGP) announces four new participants: the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy, Dow Jones Risk & Compliance, Invesco and Northern Trust.  The Regulatory Genome Project (RGP), a pioneering initiative to reduce fragmentation in how information about regulatory requirements is shared…

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The Regulatory Genome Project – a key bridge between research and impact

The Regulatory Genome Project is a unique initiative that underscores the role universities play in knowledge transfer to address crucial issues, says Professor Mauro Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School. By Professor Mauro Guillén Professor Mauro Guillén There is…

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Cambridge Independent: Regulatory Genome Project is ‘sequencing’ financial regulations worldwide

Dr Robert Wardrop, Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice and Director & Co-founder of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, writes about the Regulatory Genome Project in Cambridge Independent: When findings of the Human Genome Project were published in 2001…

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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

First industry collaborators: CMS, Grant Thornton UK LLP , Macfarlanes, and Mastercard to collaborate with the Regulatory Genome Project. Dr Robert Wardrop Regulation in the digital era is highly complex and globally fragmented, with rules changing at a rapid pace.…

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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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The Regulatory Genome Project

The University of Cambridge announces the launch of the Regulatory Genome Project (RGP) to reduce fragmentation in how regulatory information is shared globally. A collaboration between Cambridge Judge Business School and RegGenome, a spin-out company from the University of Cambridge.…

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