As banks wrestle with the technology agenda, this white paper explores the seven trends that are likely to define how the industry evolves over the coming years.
This white paper gives an overview of the methodology and drivers behind the supervisory stress test of 2019.
This white paper explains why insurers should be taking action now to prepare for the new requirements, and what to look for in an IFRS 17 solution.
This white paper examines the top three triggers for window dressing and portfolio pumping. It further provides recommendations firms should abide by to instil investor confidence and ensure global regulatory compliance.
Market Response to Recent FOMC Rate Decisions - How Markets Behave Before & After Fed Rates Decisions
This white paper provides a review of how markets behave before and after Fed rate decisions and explores the impact of Fed rate decisions to market pricing.
This white paper discusses the steps to enabling full compliance with current regulations in Asia-Pacific. It further examines the challenges associated with new regulations and establishing a robust framework to respond to future regulatory change.
This white paper assesses the key challenges and potential risks of current anti-money laundering and customer due diligence processes, and discusses the opportunity for artificial intelligence and cognitive technologies to drive a step-change in efficiency.
This white paper maps out the path from a pre-digital, compliance-driven risk management strategy to an adaptable, integrated approach that can keep pace with the fast-changing digital world.
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.”