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Sibos Topic 1: Are Cryptocurrencies the future of money?

1st September 2014

Where better to discuss some of the biggest topics facing the financial sector, than at the Swift International Banking Operations Seminar (Sibos) in Boston from 29th September to 2nd October 2014. Organised by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT), the annual conference welcomes representatives from various... read more

Discussing Risk Data Strategy: An Interview with Philip Chamberlain

29th August 2014

Company: marcus evans
Risk data is an area that has been largely overlooked for many years. Today the situation is different and the area is facing increasing regulatory scrutiny, as Systemically Important Financial Institutions (SIFIs) rush to comply with the Basel 239 Principles for Effective Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting. An enterprise’s success... read more

Debunking the Myths of Big Data

29th August 2014

Company: Recommind
A yottabyte equals 1 trillion terabytes (the largest data metric that most commonly used today).  That’s not just big data, it’s really big data, and it’s clearly the direction that things are heading in; particularly given the prevalence of today’s “keep everything” mantra.  It’s this thinking... read more

Interview: CGI survey reveals what consumers want from banks

28th August 2014

The banking industry has faced a number of challenges over the years and it looks as though institutions will continue to be impacted by the ever-changing financial landscape. With the emergence of digital banking and new competition, customer needs are changing rapidly and banks are struggling to keep up with consumer demand. The Understanding... read more

The CBEST framework; a step forward for security

27th August 2014

Company: Arbor Networks
Last month the UK Financial Authorities and CREST launched the CBEST framework, a guideline that will help financial services organisations in the UK better measure their readiness to deal with today’s cyber threats. Through incorporating threat-intelligence, testing methodologies and mitigating the risk to participating organisations via the... read more

Obama’s SupplierPay and Cameron’s Supply Chain Finance initiatives – good for suppliers and good for buyers

26th August 2014

Company: Kyriba
It’s widely known that payments from large buyers can often be slow, and this can cause a significant pressure on SMBs’ working capital. Combining this with the challenge that many SMBs have raising financing (66 percent of small businesses say that they find it “difficult to raise new business financing,” according to a... read more

Facing the reality of big data

22nd August 2014

Company: GFT Group
In recent months, I have been speaking with several banks about how to employ big data technologies to solve real world business problems. Then, last month, I attended and presented at the Big Data & Analytics in Financial Services conference in London where I was able to speak with a wide variety of banks, product vendors, and service... read more

UK Government believes IoT will lead to future innovation

21st August 2014

The UK Government has outlined the eight technologies (plus a further two) it believes will propel the UK to future growth in the new report, Eight Great Technologies. The report is the final in a series introduced by the government to provide analysis into the worldwide patent landscape for the Internet of Things (IoT).  Out of the ten... read more

How new alternative finance laws will impact SMEs

20th August 2014

Company: Funding Options
Chancellor George Osborne and the UK government are aiming to introduce new laws that will oblige big banks to point their rejected business loan customers in the direction of other options and alternative routes to funding. The news is being welcomed by most with an interest in the SME sector, which has seen funding from traditional lenders dry up... read more
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