Oracle is the unchallenged leader in financial services, with an integrated, best-in-class, end-to-end solution of intelligent software and powerful hardware designed to meet every financial service need.
Oracle’s solutions proactively manage financial crime, compliance, risk, treasury and finance, all on an enterprise-wide unified platform.
Read this article on how IFRS 17 can help you to achieve greater alignment across the organization in driving both top- and bottom-line growth. Review the components to be included in a complete solution design to support the new standard, while advancing alignment and transparency.
Compliance with the complex new standard for insurance contracts will require an overhaul of the processes and the IT systems and this Survival Guide will help you successfully navigate the change.
This white paper provides recommendations and solutions to help enable financial organisations to make better use of the vast data being collected for regulatory purposes. The paper further explains why regulation can now be used as a means to make your business stronger.
Financial data warehousing projects foretell lower costs, raised productivity and improved visibility. Rarely mentioned is that they can be the most expensive, lengthy, political and difficult of all IT projects. How can risk be lowered and substantial results produced in the shortest time?
Banks have seen tremendous changes occurring in the way they need to serve corporate customers. Key drivers include slow economic growth and the effects of regulatory changes. This white paper looks at the impact that these challenges have on banks and what technology can do to support the new face…
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act stands to transform the global tax framework and how financial institutions track and report on their clients’ financial assets. With the law slated to come into effect in 2013, its implications and how financial institutions need to prepare is considered.
Banks must meet ever more varied regulations. The sheer scale and scope of banking regulations, including Dodd-Frank, Basel III and IFRS, pose challenges to all financial institutions. This white paper discusses how to minimise these risks through aligning finance, risk and treasury operations.
A 2012 survey of global financial institutions, sponsored by Oracle Financial Services, has explored how firms are coping with the new macro-prudential regulatory environment. While many financial institutions see the new requirements as an opportunity to differentiate themselves, challenges in…
This study, prepared by the Economist Intelligence Unit examines the current state of finance processes and how these processes could be modified to better incorporate risk considerations and address the new competitive and regulatory dynamics faced by financial institutions.
There are stringent audit, security and control processes demanded by Solvency II legislation that impact data management within the wider context of the risk/actuarial environment. The directive demands that insurers do significantly more than simply store data. Read the report to find out more.