SEQUENCING THE WORLD’S
FINANCIAL REGULATION

The Regulatory Genome Project: We bring together everything that’s required to make the world’s regulatory information accessible, inclusive and fit for purpose in the digital economy.

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Increase in regulation since financial crisis

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Countries represented by the 8 bodies who signed July ’20 joint letter asking for common standards

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Compliance costs/revenue in the finance industry (cost of compliance plus non-compliance)

Our mission

To sequence the world’s financial regulation and make it available as machine-readable, open data so third parties can build interoperable applications.

We transform human readable regulatory text into machine readable form

The Regulatory Genome Project is transforming human readable regulatory text into machine readable form, a process we refer to as regulatory sequencing.

We are sequencing the world’s regulatory information and will make this openly accessible as an innovation platform on which interoperable software applications can be built and that will foster knowledge sharing and creation.

Regulatory Genome Project Regulatory Sequencing
CCAF University of Cambridge

Our platform approach

  • Multi-stakeholder engagement
  • Taxonomies for all regulatory information
  • Foundational infrastructure for applications
  • University of Cambridge as the convener and enabler

Industry Collaborators

The first cohort of Regulatory Genome collaborators underlines cross-industry commitment to put the power of technology to work, helping regulators and organisations across the globe to keep pace with the accelerated developments related to the continued digitisation of financial services.

Regulatory Genome Collaborators CMS Law Tax
Regulatory Genome Collaborators Grant Thornton
Regulatory Genome Collaborators Macfarlanes
Regulatory Genome Collaborators Mastercard

Our public-private approach

We are convening a spectrum of stakeholders from the global industry and regulator communities, engaging in technology development and knowledge collaboration.

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Regulators

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Banks and insurers

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Payment firms

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Financial infrastructure

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Asset & wealth managers

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Law firms

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RegTechs

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Professional services

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Academia

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NGOs

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