Regulation white papers

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Regulation underpins the practices and procedures of every single activity undertaken by the banking and finance communities: from what information needs to be contained in a disclosure document through to what constitutes bribery.

Regulation is increasingly in focus, as the world’s governments struggle to bring us all back to financial stability.

Below you will find law and regulation white papers that will show you the latest developments and what you need to do so your organisation stays within the law.

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Company: Real Asset Management Plc

This case study shows how Broadland District Council, a Norfolk authority, selected Asset4000 from Real Asset Management (RAM) to control its £7m worth of assets in line with the Statement of Recommended Practice (SoRP) and IFRS legislation. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Regulation | Published: 22 March 2011 | Type: White Paper

Company: Oracle Financial Services

The nature of criminal activity means that anti-money laundering compliance efforts will constantly evolve. This white paper analyses the state of anti-money laundering compliance and technology and discusses the solutions available. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Regulation | Published: 08 March 2011 | Type: White Paper

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Company: DataFlux UK Ltd.

In the UK it is now mandatory for deposit takers (banks, building societies and other institutions) to be able to provide the authorities with a single customer view of all deposits held by the organisation for individual depositors. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Regulation | Published: 01 March 2011 | Type: White Paper

Company: Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

This white paper from Herbert Smith gives an overview of France’s legal environment in the key areas that matter most to foreign investors. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Compliance | Published: 28 February 2011 | Type: White Paper

Company: DataFlux UK Ltd.

The Solvency II directive for insurance and reinsurance companies in the EU comes into force December 31, 2012. To comply, companies must either use a one-size-fits-all approach or build an internal model. The latter is likely to be more efficient, but ensuring accuracy is a major concern. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Regulation | Published: 16 February 2011 | Type: White Paper

Company: BNY Mellon

The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) is currently the only financial institution in the US with a triple A rating from Moody’s. With the firm’s representatives actively engaged in industry and public policy forums, as well as advising regulators, its derivatives and risk expertise is exemplary. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Compliance | Published: 03 February 2011 | Type: Article

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Company: Qualys

This white paper reviews the basics of PCI, including who must comply, compliance requirements, validation requirements and penalties. It also examines key things to look for when selecting a PCI network testing service and introduces QualysGuard PCI. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Regulation | Published: 02 February 2011 | Type: White Paper

Company: Real Asset Management Plc

With public sector organisations under increasing pressure to make significant cost savings, this case study shows how Newlon Housing Trust implemented Asset4000 to incorporate the complexities of component accounting as dictated by SORP/IFRS, into its operations without the need for extra VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Regulation | Published: 01 February 2011 | Type: White Paper

Company: Celestix Networks

Major compliance spend does not necessarily equal secured data when it comes to sensitive information security. Enterprises need to consider placing more focus on securing critical secrets that confer long-term competitive advantage, rather than just preventing accidents involving custodial data. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Regulation | Published: 27 January 2011 | Type: White Paper

Company: Sybase

As the global financial services industry digests Dodd-Frank, Basel III, European bank stress tests and the inexplicable ‘flash crash’ that downed Dow Jones 700 points in minutes, the question is where to now? VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Liquidity Risk | Published: 24 November 2010 | Type: Article

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