15 Jun 2022|Moody's Investors Service
Migrations to the public cloud add complexity to cybersecurity management, but they do not cause more business and security risks than in legacy or traditional IT environments.
15 Jun 2022
Apple’s plans to launch the Apple Pay Later service could represent an extension of the company’s strategy from previously partnering with banks for financial services products, to independently offering financial services, directly competing with established lenders.
24 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
Jim Hempstead of the Cyber Risk team and Sarah Hibler of the Financial Institutions team join host William Foster to discuss how cybersecurity risk is evolving in novel ways, with growing potential to cause significant economic disruption and financial losses as hackers become more sophisticated.
18 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
While increased usage of cryptocurrencies can facilitate faster transactions for households and increase financial inclusion, it also entails significant risks for emerging markets in particular. These include operational risks (cyber and fraud), reduced government control over monitoring the financial system and increased ability to circumvent capital controls.
04 May 2022|Moody's Investors Service
The imposition of international sanctions on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine has raised questions as to whether cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, can be used to circumvent sanctions and restore Russian individuals' and the government's ability to, at least partially, conduct financial transactions. Given the ruble-to-crypto market's limited size and low liquidity, for now, cryptoassets are unlikely to provide a viable and efficient solution for sanctions evasion.
31 Mar 2022|Moody's Investors Service
Our survey of global debt issuers’ cybersecurity practices shows that organizations across industries are becoming more vigilant of cyber threats although preparedness levels vary. There is wide adoption of basic cyber defense practices, but the use of advanced defenses is not as prevalent.
Financial Institutions – Global: Digital asset regulation comes into focus, and authorities have shown they can often follow the money
15 Mar 2022|Moody's Investors Service
For both cryptocurrency exchanges and established securities exchange peers, increased clarity around the regulatory rules of engagement for digital assets would generally be credit positive.
08 Mar 2022|Moody's Investors Service
Tesla’s car insurance business, which offers cheap cover by using real time driving data to accurately assess accident risk, will push the industry to enhance its own data-led underwriting.
01 Mar 2022|Moody's Investors Service
Toyota’s significantly increased battery electric vehicle (BEV) sales target will allow it to catch up in this segment versus its peers. We estimate BEVs could account for a third of Toyota’s unit sales by 2030 if its push succeeds, making it a significant BEV competitor in global markets.
15 Feb 2022|Moody's Investors Service
New, digital-only challenger banks are growing rapidly across the globe. Some have achieved outstanding cost efficiency and profitability.
25 Jan 2022
A well-designed central bank digital currency would be a faster, easily accessible form of public money that is free from credit and liquidity risk, but would increase disintermediation and funding risks for banks and payments system providers.