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Surviving & Thriving in the Current Risk Management & Regulatory Environment
Bill Kramer, Senior Vice President, Product Management, Linedata Lending and Leasing
How financial institutions can leverage compliance initiatives to improve their business with a 360-degree view of the customer.
By Bill Kramer Senior Vice President, Product Management, Linedata Lending and Leasing,
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Real-Time Payments: Imagination Realized, Commerce Evolved
Paul McMeekin, Manager, Business Intelligence & Market Research, ACI Worldwide
Why the move to real-time payments may happen sooner than you think.
By Paul McMeekin Manager, Business Intelligence & Market Research, ACI Worldwide,
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Creating a Client-Driven FATCA Program
Haydon Perryman,
Financial institutions are earnestly undertaking the work necessary to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), but are they focused on the right steps?
By Haydon Perryman ,
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Data Aggregation: Why Some Banks Succeed & Others Fail
Thadi Murali, Principal Consultant, Capco
Some banks are improving in data aggregation and management. Here are three ways they're doing it.
By Thadi Murali Principal Consultant, Capco,
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Stress Testing: From Regulatory Burden to Catalyst for Business Transformation
Sonny Singh, SVP, GM of Financial Services Global Business Unit, Oracle
Stress tests are not just a check-the-box exercise.
By Sonny Singh SVP, GM of Financial Services Global Business Unit, Oracle,
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Identity Management Will Get a Mobile Makeover by 2017
Mike Strange, CTO, Mitek Systems
In the first of a two-part series, we explore how mobile will change user authentication and risk management in financial services.
By Mike Strange CTO, Mitek Systems,
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Where in the World Should Banks Store Their Data?
Matthew Porzio, Vice President of Product Marketing, Intralinks
Deciding where to house and how to move data involves understanding the relevant legal regimes and the application of risk analysis.
By Matthew Porzio Vice President of Product Marketing, Intralinks,
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State Governments & the Future of Cyber Security Regulation
Jonathan Camhi, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
With Washington deadlocked by partisanship, it's falling to states to inspect banks' cyber security practices, and that could mean trouble for some small institutions.
By Jonathan Camhi ,
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Mind the Gap with Enterprise-Wide Stress Testing
Kenneth Yu, SunGard Advisory Services,
How to make the most of stress testing initiatives with a holistic model based on strategic business and risk objectives.
By Kenneth Yu, SunGard Advisory Services ,
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Automation, Compliance and Customer Experience in Trade Finance
Jonathan Camhi, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
How automating compliance screening in trade finance can help please customers and regulators.
By Jonathan Camhi Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology,
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Many Banks Struggling to Identify Gaps in AML Programs, Report Indicates
Jonathan Camhi, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
A new survey from NICE Actimize found that some banks are lagging in building a strong culture around AML compliance.
By Jonathan Camhi Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology,
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Capital One to Change Credit Policies for Underbanked Consumers in New York
Jonathan Camhi, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
Capital One bank has agreed with New York State regulators to adjust its policies for the ChexSystems credit bureau to help underbanked customers open accounts.
By Jonathan Camhi Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology,
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Liquidity Management: Best Practices for Banks
Gil Gadot and Sanjay Dalmia, Fundtech,
The world of liquidity management is much more complicated than it used to be.
By Gil Gadot and Sanjay Dalmia, Fundtech ,
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Dutch Banks Told to Steer Clear of Bitcoin
Jonathan Camhi, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
The Dutch Central Bank, citing regulatory concerns, cautioned the country’s banks about doing business with Bitcoin-related organizations.
By Jonathan Camhi Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology,
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Turning FATCA into a Competitive Advantage
Haydon Perryman, Strevus,
How relationship-based programs can manage compliance and enrich customer relationships
By Haydon Perryman, Strevus ,
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The Often Overlooked Intersection Between Reputation and Regulation
Jenni Palocsik, Verint,
Taking complaints seriously and responding to them is a must for financial institutions.
By Jenni Palocsik, Verint ,
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Don't Kill Communications; Establish a Plan
Bill Shute, Viewpointe,
Now that social media is evolving, and banks are warming up to it, they need to make it an integral part of their day-to-day business.
By Bill Shute, Viewpointe ,
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Leveraging Analytics to Improve Loss Forecasting
Harsha Rao, Mu Sigma,
There are repercussions to future funding when loan losses are not accurately predicted as the banks credibility is lost.
By Harsha Rao, Mu Sigma ,
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Can Technology Help Prevent the Next Financial Crisis?
Behzad Gohari, Managing Director, The Althing Group
Technology is often viewed as both a cost and a necessity in the financial services industry, even though it can serve as a strategic tool for achieving corporate, industry or policy goals.
By Behzad Gohari Managing Director, The Althing Group,
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How To Be A Better Bank: Self-Policing Your Bank's Compliance Program
Paul Schaus, CCG Catalyst Consulting Group,
Is your bank proactive or reactive in its compliance risk management practices? It could make a big difference in how regulators deal with your institution.
By Paul Schaus, CCG Catalyst Consulting Group ,
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