This white paper is designed to help financial institutions efficiently identify and effectively manage their global compliance requirements. With regulations increasing and fines for non-compliance in the billions, financial institutions must transform compliance management.
Harvard Business Review provides a fresh take on GDPR in its new report, “Living in GDPR’s World: How Companies Can Survive and Thrive under a Demanding New Set of Data Privacy Rules.”
This white paper examines how a comprehensive review of a firm’s GRC framework can help deliver enhanced reporting and transparency, increasing the pace of innovation and adoption.
This white paper outlines how institutions can practically address the transition to CECL in a controlled, secure, and scalable environment that stands up to the high degree of scrutiny associated with significant financial statement estimates.
This white paper gives an overview of the security concerns about Software as a Service (SaaS) in the banking and financial services sector and highlights best practices for technology, business culture, governance, and compliance.
This white paper looks at redefining GRC - empowering the first line of defense and delivering business value – with next-gen AI technology. It further explores why financial institutions are turning to AI-powered compliance solutions.
With little reason to think the transition to alternative reference rates will be a straightforward process, this white paper addresses the 5 top-of-mind issues dominating the Libor transition.
This white paper gives the most up-to-date overview of the European authorities Banking Union. It further examines how much risk reduction has already been achieved as well as the issue of illiquid assets.
Building a Scalable, Auditable Valuation and Pricing Process - How automation can reduce risk and improve controls in month-end pricing and valuation
This white paper explores the dangers and hidden risks of performing critical calculations with customized spreadsheets. It further examines how organisations can increase automation to reduce risk, and improve controls in a strategic way.
With increasing regulatory requirements, many expect institutions to double regulatory spending in their attempts to remain compliant. This article focuses on how an increased focus on compliance can be detrimental to growth and why the industry needs to move opportunity cost up the agenda.