This white paper discusses a real-life example of how one finance team empowered itself to take on process improvement—creating repeatable and sustainable processes that allowed them to meet growing demands and improve quality.
This white paper explores the growing realization of the importance of data among financial firms. It explains how organisations can use data federation to create more agile systems and processes while still maintaining quality.
This white paper explores how managers can make tremendous leaps in efficiency and cost savings—using the resources they have, within the boundaries of their existing budgets.
This white paper explores how a transformation in the development and delivery of back-office services and utilities is allowing capital markets firms to concentrate on their core activities.
This white paper examines the results of a recent survey conducted by IHS Markit and WatersTechnology. It explores the data management capabilities and attitudes of Tier 2 and Tier 3 asset managers; the growing significance of data governance; and the need for further integration of data across…
This report from Chartis explores the key regulatory and business challenges and focusses on the technology landscape for RDAR. It further provides an independent evaluation and description of leading practices from Gresham as well as its competitive position in the market.
This white paper presents a set of considerations based on findings from a recent survey conducted by the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council, in order to help organizations achieve operational success.
This white paper shows how operational risk solutions can harness the potential of big data in its four dimensions; volume, velocity, variety and veracity.
This white paper assesses the impact of the latest directives designed to combat banking risk. The paper further provides practical advice on getting your systems compliant; operating with greater efficiency; and implementing risk controls that power innovation.
This white paper explores the reasons behind the IMF’S decision to include the Chinese yuan into its Special Drawing Rights; the global implications of the inclusion; and what the markets can expect from China in 2016.