Jeff Yastine can help investors become smart about why it’s wise to invest in particular businesses. With over 20 years experience in business reporting, Yastine can boil things down so that the “average Joe” can understand. Recently Yastine highlighted a little-known industry and discussed why its valuable to consider its growth opportunities.
Jeff Yastine notes that when a government regulation goes into effect, it’s predictable that the cost of doing business rises. Firms might hire people to review the complex new rules or hire compliance officers to secure adherence to the new regulation. It’s estimated that the world’s financial institutions spend more than $65 billion a year to comply with regulations and this figure could climb to $118 billion per year by 2020.
Given this scenario of rising costs to manage compliance, Yastine reasons that a business that can create cost-saving tools that address regulatory compliance is poised for tremendous growth. The Reg Tech sector has the software to reduce the “compliance costs” of regulation. Yastine reports there are approximately 100 small enterprises in the Reg Tech sector. In the future, all heavily regulated industries will come to rely on this sector’s software and services. Visit Jeff Yastine at medium .com for more info.
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An example of the possible savings is in the banking industry. Banks need new account holders to confirm their identities. Confirming identities is necessary to comply with laws aimed at preventing embezzlement, tax evasion, and identity theft. Big financial institutions find the cost of validating an account holder’s identity can increase to $11 million a year. MEDICI, a financial tech website, reports that firms with specialized Reg-Tech software can reduce these costs to $300,000 a year. Although on the fringes today, Yastine coaches investors this sector could become “the next big thing.”
Jeff Yastine is the editor of Total Wealth Magazine and the editorial director of Banyon Publishing. As the Emmy-nominated anchor and correspondent at PBS Nightly Report from 1994 to 2010, Jeff had the opportunity to learn from skilled investors like Warren Buffet, Sir Richard Branson, and many others. His reporting is thorough, and he has an effective track record of identifying investment opportunities. Reflecting on his work, Yastine shared: “I enjoy reporting the news, and observing how ideas go from being “out there on the fringe” to becoming mainstream so that eventually all of us in the media and every analyst and policy-maker has that same topic on his or her lips.” Yastine has the experience, skill set, and the drive to find the next hidden market for investors. Learn more:https://seekingalpha.com/user/48543045/stocktalks