Regulatory Enforcement of IT Security: Slap on the Wrist vs. Padlock on the Door May 30, 2011Regulatory Enforcement of IT Security: The times demand a more aggressive approach to data security. Is Technology At the Heart of BofA's Mortgage Woes? November 01, 2010Wall Street Journal today suggests that dual mortgage systems and faulty scanners have been largely to blame for Bank of America's mortgage foreclosure mess. Fiserv Will Provide Fannie Mae with Real-time Data Transmission from Its Loan Servicing Platform May 06, 2009Fiserv will provide Fannie Mae with real-time data transmission from its Loan Servicing Platform in order to help the agency explore new workout solutions for borrowers. Introducing BS&T’s 2008 Elite 8 -- The Most Innovative Technology Executives in Banking September 24, 2008Now in its fifth year, Bank Systems & Technology's annual report on banking's most innovative and effective technology executives has been expanded to profile eight outstanding bankers. Lessons in Risk Management to be Learned from Fannie/Freddie Takeover September 09, 2008 The Pressure on Management Is Intensifying as Conditions Continue to Worsen in Banking July 28, 2008The recent revelations of the weak financial conditions at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the run on IndyMac Bank, show that the worst is far from over as the banking industry grapples with the subprime mortgage mess and related global credit crisis. Everything You Know About Banking, You Learned in High School June 26, 2008New research from Careerbuilder.com suggests that one's experiences in high school shape their career choices, earnings and professional development. Banks’ Risk IT Spending to See Modest Growth May 16, 2008Bank IT spending is likely to come under greater scrutiny as the credit crisis continues. The Pains of the Global Credit Crunch Are Particularly Acute in New York March 27, 2008The crisis at Bear Stearns shows the devastating consequences -- from bank failures to stricter regulation -- on the financial services industry of the subprime mess and global credit crisis, especially in the metropolitan New York region, are still unfold Emerging Global Players Have the Resources To Transform the Banking Technology Business December 21, 2007Four emerging global "financial power brokers" -- oil-rich countries, Asian central banks, hedge gunds and private equity firms -- are becoming increasingly active in the financial services and business technology sectors, according to a new report by the Mortgage Losses Lead to Bank Layoffs December 15, 2007Despite massive layouts in the wake of the mortgage crisis, financial services IT hiring is expected to rise in 2008. Sub-Prime Lending Mess Not Technology’s Fault September 20, 2007Experts say technology and good decision-making go together in avoiding loan risk.