Treasury Management Systems Insights

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MiFID II: How the cloud can be used for compliance around customer records

20th April 2017

Company: Druva
On the 3rd January 2018, MiFID II (the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive) will come into effect. It stipulates that anyone involved in the advice chain for an intended trade must record and retain all records of interaction for a minimum of five years. With the official deadline for compliance less than a year away how can you best... read more
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How to select: AML software, fund management software, corporate treasury systems

17th April 2017

Company: bobsguide
1. AML software: How to select the right provider in 2017 Regulatory pressure on financial institutions and services to crack down on illegal activity has never been stronger. The sophistication levels of criminals wishing to process finance illegally, coupled with the increased scrutiny financial institutions are now facing, supported by fines... read more
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Industry trends Q&A: Broadridge Revenue and Expense Management Solutions GM Boston Christopher John

12th April 2017

Company: bobsguide
With over 20 years of experience in building, implementing and supporting financial service applications, Christopher John currently leads the revenue and expense management solutions as president at Broadridge. Prior to his current role, he was the director of fixed income trading systems for Bank Boston Robertson Stephens. There he was... read more
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Busting the eight myths of digital trade finance

28th March 2017

Company: Bolero
Simon Streat, VP Product Strategy, Bolero International  The digitisation of trade finance offers huge potential to deliver significant benefits to corporates, banks, carriers and other trading partners. As well as reducing the time, costs, and risks of trading, digitisation opens up a new level of visibility, from one end of transactional... read more
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“It’s important for us to find ways to co-create and embrace the digital and disruptive technologies”: Peter Crawley, Citi Country Officer, South Africa. MD, Treasury & Trade Solutions Head Sub-Saharan Africa

27th March 2017

Company: bobsguide
Peter Crawley currently leads Citi’s franchise in South Africa and provides senior leadership in dealing with risk, franchise and business issues. He is also responsible for Citi’s treasury and trade business in Sub-Saharan Africa, spanning 11 presence and 26 non-presence countries. Since Citi re-entered South Africa in 1995, it has... read more
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Financial services and the digitization race: Reinventing customer experience for today's expectations

20th March 2017

Daragh OByrne, VP, Global Head of Marketing & Alliances, Nucleus Software As one of the earliest adopters of information technology, financial institutions used to be at the forefront of technology waves, from mainframes to client server, from branches to ATMs, from passbooks to cards. However, the rate of change in consumer technology... read more
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Is the Misys, D+H merger the first domino that will set off a fintech “super-merger” trend?

17th March 2017

Company: bobsguide
Earlier this week it was announced that Vista Equity Partners had struck an agreement to purchase Canadian lending, payments, and financial solutions software supplier D+H for C$4.8bn including debt. The acquisition would have made headlines in its own right, after all billion dollar deals aren’t exactly ten a penny. In a market which has... read more
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The impact of AI on fintech's future

17th March 2017

Company: bobsguide
It’s clear that artificial intelligence (AI) is already one of the defining trends in fintech in 2017 and an increasingly popular buzz word in the industry. Businesses are gradually understanding the importance and benefits of machine-learning technology. Self-made billionaire Mark Cuban has boldly claimed that the “the world’s... read more
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Confronting the lack of women in technology

15th March 2017

Christopher Burke, CEO, Brickendon The absence of women in technology – and other senior and executive management roles for that matter – remains a source of controversy and debate. Famous figures such as Sheryl Sandberg, Marissa Mayer and Virginia Rometty are widely celebrated as role models – demonstrating that women can make... read more