Jay Gomez, senior associate in the financial services team at Gibraltar-based law firm
Triay & Triay and a Globabalaw member says that internal auditors need to be aware that there is no agreed international standard regarding cryptocurrency regulation, oversight, or risk. “Some jurisdictions take a very tough line on cryptocurrencies, such as the U.S., while others might be more pragmatic,” he says. “Regulatory approaches and views differ from one market to the next, so this may impact how banks might want to provide cryptocurrency services in those jurisdictions.”
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