This white paper discusses the steps to enabling full compliance with current regulations in Asia-Pacific. It further examines the challenges associated with new regulations and establishing a robust framework to respond to future regulatory change.
This white paper describes the mechanism, with three use cases, for using CME FX Link – the first ever electronic spread between OTC FX and FX Futures.
This white paper assesses the key challenges and potential risks of current anti-money laundering and customer due diligence processes, and discusses the opportunity for artificial intelligence and cognitive technologies to drive a step-change in efficiency.
This white paper explores the impact of the October U.S. employment data release throughout the E-mini S&P 500 futures session, as traders worked to digest the report and understand portfolio implications.
With budgets and resources under pressure, and traditional systems struggling to cope with data volume and complexity, this white paper considers how banks can leverage new technologies to gain a more consistent view across the trades in their portfolios, saving time and money in the process.
This white paper is designed to help financial institutions efficiently identify and effectively manage their global compliance requirements. With regulations increasing and fines for non-compliance in the billions, financial institutions must transform compliance management.
This white paper offers detailed insights on how firms successfully approach and adopt artificial intelligence. It further explores how organizations are using AI today and what AI capabilities are expected to add the most value in the next three to five years.
This white paper explores the ever changing tax regulation and cross-border taxation data challenges. It further aims to complete the tax data puzzle and unlock the potential value of standardized and consistent tax data and fully automated processes.
This XVA forum features a panel of industry leaders assessing the major factors driving XVA adoption today.
Harvard Business Review provides a fresh take on GDPR in its new report, “Living in GDPR’s World: How Companies Can Survive and Thrive under a Demanding New Set of Data Privacy Rules.”