The challenge for the Challengers

Setting up a new bank requires significant upfront investment ahead of achieving scale; and one of the critical costs carried is compliance. While this adds burden, new firms are free from legacy issues and have the opportunity to build a robust business for the future.

In this paper RFS explore the opportunity for the newly established firms in getting the right frameworks in place early on and monitoring that they stay fit for purpose.

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