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Regulatory Sandbox in Financial Services
Stupková, Michala ; Kohajda, Michael (advisor) ; Sejkora, Tomáš (referee)
Regulatory Sandbox in Financial Services This thesis examines the issue of regulatory sandboxes in financial services. A regulatory sandbox is a legal framework under which innovative technologies, products or services can be tested in a real environment and on real customers. Sandboxes are emerging in areas that are heavily regulated, while in financial services they serve to make it easier for innovative companies to navigate regulation and enter the market. This work then focuses on regulatory sandboxes in financial services in the European Union, which are currently established in 11 Member States. The main objective of this thesis is firstly to introduce this relatively widespread but not well-known concept and secondly to analyse its use in financial services. Although the establishment of a regulatory sandbox in the Czech Republic has been debated, it is a rather unknown and unexplored concept in the Czech academic environment, but one which deserves appropriate attention. Especially if it were to be established in the Czech Republic. The first chapter is dedicated to the regulatory sandbox itself, its functioning and the various benefits and risks associated with its operation. It then introduces some of the sandboxes in areas other than financial services. The second chapter discusses in...

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