This whitepaper looks at how AI-driven observational learning techniques can improve accuracy and efficiency in your data reconciliations. No longer will AI need to be programmed to manage specific tasks on large, complex datasets – this ground-breaking technology observes, learns and improves on…
This research report sheds greater light on current and future outsourcing trends that are likely to shape the capital markets including why cost reduction and efficiencies aren’t the only reasons for outsourcing and how cloud will become integral to managed services business model
This research report is based on the results of a survey on the future of data and technology across capital markets.
This case study reveals how Mirabaud Asset Management is using IHS Markit’s Enterprise Data Management (EDM) platform to establish a strong foundation for the its long-term SRI-ESG (socially-responsible / environmental, social and governance investing) strategy. This includes empowering Mirabaud’s…
This whitepaper will guide you on how to run your programme of work for SFTR. It highlights the most pressing and difficult areas that you should be aware of and gives a balanced view on the best solutions, including a comparison of the reporting models available.
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.
As the Financial Action Task Force and the Asia-Pacific Group on Money Laundering approaches its fourth round for mutual evaluation of Japan’s anti-money laundering compliance regime, many institutions—particularly regional and community banks—have found grasping the fundamentals of the problem a…
This white paper investigates current custom software trends across the capital markets and how these firms can make the all-important business case for developing and deploying proprietary applications.
The intent of this paper is to analyse how model risk management requirements change the banks’ view on their models, especially regarding the quantification of associated risks, and to introduce a new framework methodology.