It’s clear that a culture of bad practice has deep roots in the industry, and more effort is needed to restore trust.
While IFRS 9’s development started before the full grip of the financial crisis took hold in the fall of 2008, in the wake of the collapse, it became clear that banks needed to do a better job of measuring and monitoring their credit losses. This new standard is still more than a year away from taking effect, but, as Elizabeth Wu reports, firms need to start breaking down silos, while improving data quality and developing new models in order to comply.
The startup vendor has been issued a patent to protect its audio-visual methods of representing news.
Partnership will grant Georgian investment bank’s clients access to global markets and multi-asset investment.
New settlement service for FX swaps aims to reduce counterparty risk exposure and liquidity demand.
Regulators are looking for evidence of good processes and procedures around data withing the firms that fall under their jurisdiction.
Dan looks at why regulations that force firms to innovate isn't necessarily a bad thing for the industry.
Daniel Magarino talks with WatersTechnology about customizing data so firms can turn data into action.
How much should institutional investors look into the fresh influence of robo-advisors?
As legislation bites what opportunities emerge?
Clarity of definitions and testing environments are still major hurdles for firms' MiFID II readiness, panelists say.
Pursuing the ideal reference data utility: Best responses to business drivers and management complexities
Managing risk across the enterprise, especially when combining data from disparate systems, is a headache for all firms.
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