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The latest analytical helping financial institutions grow profitability and optimize performance.
Those who automate and streamline their operations most effectively will gain significant advantage. Integration is now more than ever the key to efficiency, enabling lower transaction costs and increased sales volumes.
Financial Institutions are taking a more serious look at enterprise risk management as they seek ways to cope with the new risk-adverse banking climate.
Ta Chong Bank Transforms Legacy Operations in Record Time, Positions Bank to Compete in Global Markets
Ta Chong Bank Transforms Legacy Operations in Record Time, Positions Bank to Compete in Global Markets.
Managing Capital Adequacy with the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) - Challenges and Best Practices
The key components and implications for capital adequacy and disclosure requirements resulting from the Basel II Accord are discussed in detail.
The current economic meltdown in the US and European markets will force Islamic finance players to review and redefine their focus on how to survive in a highly turbulent market place. This white paper discusses what this might mean for the technology which supports them.
Leveraging the power of processes for profit.