Financial institutions today are finding their businesses becoming increasingly heterogeneous and, in response, are seeking greater flexibility in their risk management systems and practices.
Solving issues relating to data quality and timeliness should be the top priority for an industry-led reference data utility, according to nearly half of the respondents to a recent WatersTechnology survey sponsored by SmartStream Technologies.
Wholesale de-risking by financial institutions may seem like a viable compliance strategy when dealing with certain customers, but in the long-term may cause more harm than good.
This video provides an insight into a recent survey conducted in August 2015 by WatersTechnology and sponsored by SmartStream that polled reference data operations professionals about the ideal utility. The survey explored issues such as how organizations choose a reference data utility.
This white paper explores the current state of public cloud adoption by the financial services industry, the technology challenges they face over the next few years and suggests some strategies for navigating a path through public, private and hybrid cloud.
Most financial institutions recognize the value of data as an asset, although only a small minority have a mature data governance strategy in place. This white paper explores, where the market currently stands in relation to data governance and how organizations should proceed with data management.
While many PSPs have implemented numerous fraud prevention technologies and approaches, they may need additional capabilities in risk analysis, malware protection, and authentication to meet the Internet payment security guidance set forth by the ECB and EBA.
Barely a decade ago, traders begun eschewing traditional consolidated data feeds in favour of direct feeds from exchanges, in their pursuit of lower latency. The markets were becoming faster, and everyone had to keep pace if they wanted to remain competitive.