How Regulators Should Treat Virtual CurrenciesJune 13, 2013Regulators have turned an alert eye on the emerging virtual currency market, and it is only a matter of time before they formulate anti-money laundering and fraud prevention rules specific to the new market.
The Core Systems DilemmaDecember 10, 2012Banks looking to upgrade or replace legacy core systems have a choice: Do it all at once or gradually. Many factors go into deciding which is better for a specific bank.
Risks and Rewards of Disaster Recovery in the CloudNovember 02, 2012Compliance considerations and clear benefits in terms of recovery speed and cost are driving community banks to move their disaster recovery centers to the cloud. But some larger banks are hesitating to follow that path.
What's Behind Pandit's Resignation from Citigroup?October 16, 2012Conflicts with Citigroup's board may have spurred the unexpected resignations of CEO Vikram Pandit and president/COO John P. Havens; Michael Corbat promoted from Citigroup's CEO of EMEA to CEO and director of Board.
The Path to SmartPhone Banking AppsJanuary 10, 2012Despite mobile banking's growth, many financial institutions still view it as a cost rather than a revenue opportunity. In this roundtable we discuss how banks can speed up adoption rates and increase profit margins, and where deployment of apps fits into
Ready or Not: Time to Prepare for New Approach to Liquidity RiskAugust 17, 2011Banks will be required to have comprehensive liquidity risk management programs and must be able to clearly identify and assess enterprise-wide liquidity risk under normal and extreme market conditions -- as well as develop strategies to effectively bridge
Intuit Rolls Out Canada-Specific Version of Mint.comDecember 01, 2010Intuit Inc. rolled out a country-specific edition of online personal financial management site Mint.com today in Canada. It's the first Mint edition tailored to a specific country outside of the United States.
Citi to be First U.S. Bank to Deploy MasterCard inControlAugust 17, 2010New York-based Citi will be the first U.S. bank to deploy MasterCard's inControl service, adding new functionality for cardholders by the end of this year. The new service will give cardholders the ability to set spending limits, set budgets and rules for