Topics: Ernst & Young 4 Ways Banks Can Improve Their Fraud-Fighting Efforts August 09, 2013Banks are investing more than ever in fraud detection and prevention efforts. Here are recommendations for getting the most out of those investments. 3 Keys To Success For Banks Amid An Operational Risk Renaissance July 22, 2013New tools are helping banks respond to regulators' demands for better risk management practices. But are they prepared for a host of new capital and regulatory requirements, not to mention emerging risks? U.K. Watchdog Closes Lehman Case Against Auditor E&Y January 29, 2013Britain's accounting watchdog
declined to take any action against Ernst & Young (E&Y) over its
auditing of Lehman Brothers before the U.S. investment bank
failed in 2008 and triggered a near meltdown in global markets. Enabling Business Performance Through Cloud-Based Identity and Access Management November 28, 2012Cloud-based identity and access management systems can reduce implementation time and costs for banks trying to keep pace with regulations regarding organizational access controls. Ernst & Young Survey Finds Businesses Struggle to Keep Up With Changing Security Threats November 06, 2012Three-quarters of those surveyed report an increase in external attacks, but there is no security architecture framework in place for 63 percent of the organizations. Living Wills: The IT Implications August 09, 2012Banks must think in terms of legal entities -- not simply lines of business -- when crafting living wills. Cyber Attacks More Frequent and Harder to Detect November 01, 2011U.S. companies, especially banks, must be vigilant in protecting data from new and more varied threats, according to an Ernst & Young report. New Strategies for Retail Banks in the Post-Crisis Era August 08, 2011Ernst & Young's 2011 Global Banking Survey identifies the challenges and operational implications of refocusing on the consumer, especially when considered in combination with the host of regulatory changes being implemented. U.S. Consumers Still Don't Trust Banks March 03, 2011Banker bonuses are a primary cause of general anti-bank feeling; however, Americans do express satisfaction with their own bank.
Transforming for Growth in Financial Services February 04, 2011Creating a platform that enables growth requires banks to embark on transformation programs to make infrastructure and applications capable of supporting a dynamic business agenda. Changes in IT and Computing Platforms Drive New Concerns and Approaches to Security November 04, 2010Ernst & Young's 2010 Global Information Security Survey finds organizations are increasing security spending in response to new risks from mobile, cloud and social networking. Data Governance Work Will Help Banks Prepare for Basel III September 24, 2010Poor data quality could lead to costly higher capital requirements, Ernst & Young principals say. SWIFT's New MT 202 COV Messaging Standard Necessary, but Could Pose Challenges November 19, 2009 IT Execs Fear Retribution From Former Employees November 17, 2009 For New Bank Holding Companies, Heavy Regulation an Adjustment April 30, 2009 Banks Get New Guidance on Online Authentication August 22, 2006 Long Views for a Short Month January 30, 2005BS&T's report on top IT challenges and priorities lays the groundwork for 2005. Doing Diligence January 29, 2005Synergy goals should reflect an understanding of IT systems and capabilities. The Price-Tag Mystery July 05, 2004Even in a global economy, banking remains local. Rock-a-bye-Baby Boom February 11, 2004You don't have to be young to seek sound advice, especially in financial planning.