Winning the face-off against fraud: How the most effective financial institutions are outthinking the bad guys
This white paper breaks down financial crime and addresses the challenges today’s institutions face in fighting these crimes. It further identifies current capabilities, successes and best practices in controlling financial crime.
IBM Counter Financial Crimes Management: Gain superior clarity on identities and relationships linked to financial crime activities with entity analytics
This white paper explores financial crime, including anti-money laundering (AML), anti-terrorist financing and various types of fraud. The paper further discusses how organisations can become better equipped to meet regulatory requirements and prevent financial crimes before they occur.
This special report focuses on the growing appetite for the use of utilities for managing reference data. The report further includes a virtual roundtable at which various industry experts build a robust case for utility adoption and discuss the best implementation strategies.
This white paper considers grid computing's place in a cloud-enabled world, addresses options for optimizing onsite system performance, and discusses alternative on-premises solutions such as hardware acceleration and supercomputers.
The IFF China Report 2016: Insight and opinion from China’s top leaders, policy-makers and financiers
This report, drafted by the International Finance Forum and published in association with Central Banking, provides readers with a unique insight into the inner workings of China's economic development and financial reform.
This animated video provides insight into the most important ways utilities could deliver value to an organisation. The video further discusses what survey respondents feel is important for a genuine, unified utility.
This white paper explores both the direct and indirect benefits that come with an improved financial crime prevention program. With a bit of foresight and a conscious effort towards innovation, organizations are more likely to achieve these benefits and stay one-step ahead of today’s threats.
This white paper discusses how financial institutions can overcome the challenge of non-standardised data and will look at various organisational data quality issues. It further explores how to make large quantities of data usable and easy to analyse.
This white paper offers guidance to help financial institutions select a secure collaboration solution that provides organizational control over its content within — and beyond — its corporate boundaries.
This white paper examines how traditional cyber-crime and fraud prevention techniques fall short, and explains why organisations must develop more sophisticated ways to thwart such attacks.