NY Fed's vice president urges industry to move faster on Libor transition
Banking

NY Fed's vice president urges industry to move faster on Libor transition

1m | By Jeremy Chan, Journalist

NY Fed's vice president urges industry to move fas...

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s vice president called upon the financial sector to focus squarely on the 2021 deadline as the endgame for...

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Report: Securities industry in the dark over CSDR
Trading & brokering

Report: Securities industry in the dark over CSDR

1y | By Emma Olsson, Reporter

Report: Securities industry in the dark over CSDR

With a further delay to the EU’s Central Securities Depositories Regulation (CSDR) just announced, market participants and tech vendors face an uncert...

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Reliance on manual accounting protocols leading to data and security issues
Treasury

Reliance on manual accounting protocols leading to data and security issues

3y | By Rebekah Tunstead, Reporter

Reliance on manual accounting protocols leading to...

A lack of automation in accounting and payroll systems has resulted in firms struggling to reconcile data – which could lead to d...

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FTC data security proposals could “trap” US banks in tangle of regulation
Banking

FTC data security proposals could “trap” US banks in tangle of regulation

3y | By Alex Hamilton, Reporter

FTC data security proposals could “trap” US banks ...

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC)’s proposed changes to the 2003 Safeguards Rule, which seek to tighten the data security procedures of US bank...

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Fraud has evolved but the payments framework needs to follow
Payments

Fraud has evolved but the payments framework needs to follow

3y | Featurespace

Fraud has evolved but the payments framework needs...

One of the biggest challenges facing banks, issuers and retailers around card-not-present (CNP) fraud is the fact that a majority of payments and tran...

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Why social engineering remains a threat to fintechs
Banking

Why social engineering remains a threat to fintechs

5y | By Andrew Avanessian, Chief Operations Officer

Why social engineering remains a threat to fintech...

Social engineering attacks remain one of the most sophisticated threats facing the financial services sector. The use of emails, attachments, social m...

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Regulation, Technology or a Security Obsession: What is Holding the Payments Industry Back?
Banking

Regulation, Technology or a Security Obsession: What is Holding the Payments Industry Back?

6y | By Madhvi Mavadiya, Editor (2015-2016)

Regulation, Technology or a Security Obsession: Wh...

The happiest country in the world is where the payment industry will come alive this week as Denmark’s capital Copenhagen hosts Money2020 a...

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SWIFT broadens its compliance services to the securities community
Asset management

SWIFT broadens its compliance services to the securities community

6y | By Nicole Miskelly, Editor

SWIFT broadens its compliance services to the secu...

SWIFT has announced that it is extending its Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance service to the securities community, as a first step towards addressi...

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