Mobile delivery raises new compliance and regulatory questions

A number of banks are developing new functionality to allow clients to view prices and access services via a Blackberry, iPhone or iPad. But what do compliance departments and regulators have to say about this? Clive Davidson reports


These days almost everyone in the banking industry has a Blackberry, a laptop with a wireless internet connection and online access at home, so what’s all the fuss about the Apple iPad tablet computer? Well, Apple has broken fresh ground in terms of an intuitive user interface, and has created a new paradigm for developing and delivering software for mobile devices – as ‘apps’ that can be downloaded from an Apple store. Now everyone can have a highly portable, internet-connected computer in

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