What to expect from global financial services regulation in 2023 — Asia-Pacific

In this webcast for Asia-Pacific time zones, the EY Global Regulatory Network discusses the direction of travel for regulators across eight core areas and how to prepare for what’s coming.

The geopolitical environment, inflation and the potential recession looming in many countries have created a level of complexity that is challenging financial institutions. Rapidly evolving technologies, a push for environmental sustainability, cyber threats and risks around digital assets also play into the environment where the banks operate. At the same time, regulation is part of banks’ many priorities, and regulatory fragmentation adds another level of complexity. Regulatory changes are both a reflection of these challenges and a complicating factor.

During this live webcast, our Global Regulatory Network leaders will share insights helping firms anticipate and prepare for regulatory changes across eight core areas.

Topics discussed include:

  • Geopolitics and regulatory fragmentation
  • Economic environment and customer impact
  • Digital assets
  • The digitalization of financial services
  • Environmental, social and governance (ESG)
  • Financial crime
  • Strategic agility and operational resilience
  • Prudential


Christopher Woolard CBE
Partner, Financial Services Consulting, EY LLP; EY Global Financial Services Regulatory Network Chair and EY EMEIA Leader, Financial Services Regulation
Marc Saidenberg
EY Americas Financial Services Regulatory Lead, Principal US Financial Services Consulting, Ernst & Young LLP
Eugène Goyne
EY Asia-Pacific Financial Services Regulatory Lead
Keith Pogson
EY Global Assurance Leader, Banking & Capital Markets and EY Asia-Pacific Financial Services Senior Partner


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