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Marketing channel optimisation in financial services: How to get started

5th September 2017

Company: Fospha
Claiming to be digital-first is universally challenging, particularly in financial services where only 9% claim to be, compared with 11% across all other sectors. One of the biggest barriers to this is that companies are unable to obtain a holistic view of their customers, meaning they are unable to visualise and analyse the costs associated with... read more
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What is the future of in-memory computing?

5th September 2017

Company: GridGain Systems
Once considered too expensive for all but high performance/high value applications, in-memory computing (IMC) is now moving into the mainstream. Almost every organisation today has high performance application requirements and, according to Gartner, IMC technologies provide a cost-effective path to creating modern, scalable, real-time applications.... read more
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“There’s a lot of hand waving with machine learning in Trade Surveillance”

4th September 2017

Company: bobsguide
bobsguide spoke to Dermot Harriss, Senior Vice President of Regulatory Solutions at OneMarketData, about how machine learning and new regulations are changing the landscape of trade surveillance, and how a balanced mix of data management via machine learning can reduce false positives and minimise costs for firms. How did you get into trade... read more
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The benefits of upgraded Investment Book of Record technology

4th September 2017

Company: Hedgeguard
Traditional IT architecture involves segregated front-office and operational systems. Furthermore these systems can be specific to individual asset classes; equities, fixed income, derivatives and structured products. Products are increasing in complexity, and tighter regulations are requiring portfolio managers to take a consolidated view of their... read more
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Why innovation and automation is the future of retail banking

1st September 2017

Company: Giosg
50 years ago, a new technology swept across banking, transforming the way that consumers interacted with their financial institutions and their money. The launch of the first ATM (or cash machine), in London by Barclays, heralded a new, consumer driven focus for retail banks, with customers deciding when (and later, where) they wanted to access... read more
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Editor's picks: Developments in digital banking

1st September 2017

Company: bobsguide
The latest research into digital banking's future: Four key takeaways Alex Hammond, Managing Editor, bobsguide Juniper Research published a white paper titled Futureproofing Digital Banking 2017, in which it highlights its research data focused on the current state of the digital banking industry, and projects the future... read more
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Does a treasury management system always fit the bill?

31st August 2017

Company: bobsguide
A US study, based on the fast food chain Chick-fil-A, has conflicting opinions on whether a TMS is the best option when upgrading from Excel-based forecasting. Cash forecasting is a vital, core functionality for treasury operations. In the 21st century, should treasurers use Excel, business intelligence (BI) tools or a treasury management... read more
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The impact of GDPR: A new regulation for a new world

31st August 2017

Company: Opus Global
The European Union’s new data protection regulation, the GDPR, gives EU citizens ultimate control over their personal data. But when did we lose control? And why? In the second of a two-article series Ben Gould, Managing Director, EMEA & APAC, Opus Global, examines how social and economic evolutions around the globe have been the... read more
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The impact of GDPR: What are the regulation's objectives?

30th August 2017

Company: Opus Global
The European Union’s new data protection regulation, the GDPR, gives EU citizens ultimate control over their personal data. But when did we lose control? And why? In the first of a two-article series Ben Gould, Managing Director, EMEA & APAC, Opus Global, outlines the aims of GDPR and the statistics that prove why a refresh of... read more
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The important role of the chief transformation officer in digitising financial services

30th August 2017

Company: Tungsten Network
The digital revolution has shaken up the business world and fundamentally changed the way we all operate. But while digital technology has been available since the 1950s, the business community is still working hard to ensure all large businesses have a digital first approach. Like any radical overhaul of working practices, it is not without its... read more