This white paper discusses how effective financial crime prevention can not only mitigate the risk of threats to an organization and to its customers, but how it can also provide additional benefits such as operational efficiency and improved customer experience.
This white paper discusses how capital markets firms now have the opportunity to move reference data to a utility and take enterprise data management to an industry level.
This white paper addresses cybercrimes, fraud and anti-money laundering. It will explore how organizations can harness powerful arrays of technologies and techniques to fight an effective multifaceted, long-term war against financial crime.
This white paper describes how the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s current expected credit loss (CECL) guidance further strengthens the foundation, but implementation won’t be easy and many questions remain.
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 discusses the current state of regulatory reporting systems and explores the different frameworks that can be used to help with the challenges organisations are facing.
This white paper explores how to develop a framework that addresses the probability-weighted aspects of IFRS 9 and answers questions about the practical use of alternative scenarios.
This white paper discusses the new standards that have been set forth by the FASB and explores how banks should align with the new CECL impairment standards.
This report details the risks associated with End User Computing (EUC), as well as the potential consequences to financial institutions. It further discusses the importance of a quantified approach to EUC risk.
This white paper addresses the common technical and operational issues involved in IFRS 9 projects and solutions implementation, outlining areas of best practice and common pitfalls that should be avoided.