Having spent much of 2014 getting to grips with new capital reporting requirements, European banks are now shifting their focus to liquidity monitoring and reporting. Over the course of 2015, they face significant changes to the way they calculate and report on their liquidity, and to the frequency of their regulatory disclosures. In order to keep... read more
Collaborative consumption and the sharing economy are hugely disruptive trends in digital media currently, as companies such as Airbnb and Uber continue to tear into traditional business models. But can legislation keep up with the sector’s momentum to keep customers safe while allowing innovation to flourish?
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Having been an avid reader of all things ‘core bank’ for the past year I’ve been struck by the general direction of the news away from the ever popular (but necessary) core bank legacy replacements, to the more ‘glamorous’ Fintech innovation subjects; ‘Seamless Omni-Channel’ came along in the Spring, gave... read more
Matchmaking is a company perk at tech companies in China, the Financial Times (FT) reports.
Multinational companies such as IBM and domestic companies such as internet services company Baidu, hope to retain staff by offering dating services. According to the FT, staff turnover amongst single employees is one of the biggest challenges for... read more
At the beginning of the year Bloomberg released their 2015 Global Innovation Index which compared 50 of the world’s most innovative countries and listed South Korea as number one.
The report focused on six tangible activities that contribute to innovation, including the number of high-tech companies, R&D expenditure per capita, gross... read more
Digital services have never had more of an impact on our lives than today. Whether it is shopping online, paying for your road tax online, or collaborating with global colleagues, digital services are now part of everyday live and the emergence of new smart technologies is accelerating this trend.
This is especially apparent within the financial... read more
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Launched by SWIFT in 2011, the Innotribe Startup Challenge bridges the gap between the financial services... read more
The focus on risk management for banks and corporates alike has been critical since the financial crisis highlighted certain shortcomings and increased the regulatory focus.
For organisations looking at purchasing new risk solutions in order to address the increasing pressures in this area, the bobsguide Risk Management Systems Guide features a... read more
A new report by computer security firm Kaspersky Lab has said that as many as 100 banks and financial institutions have been attacked by a cyber-criminal gang and £1bn has been stolen.
The attacks, which the report says started in 201, are still active and are under investigation. According to Kaspersky, which worked with Europol and... read more
While derivatives markets are still getting to grips with the rollout of EMIR and REMIT, politics and regulatory regimes continue to evolve and extend their grasp. Energy market participants in particular are now facing a new set of MiFID rules, which reach beyond banking to impact commodity trading as well.
This growing compliance burden is a... read more