This market commentary discusses the economic drivers, changing approaches to enterprise risk management and compliance management, and what tech trends will have the greatest impact on community banks and credit union compliance in 2020.
A market commentary discussing payments trends for 2020, in line with open banking, unlimited processing power in the cloud and the use of technologies like artificial intelligence.
A look forward for retail banking and where the core fits in the future.
Larky's Jame Burdine discusses where he sees opportunities and trends for community markets in the next 12-18 months.
Southern Bank's Sondra McCorquodale discusses where she sees opportunities and trends for community markets in the next 12-18 months.
Crossroads Bank’s Jennifer Southers discusses where she sees opportunities and trends for community markets in the next 12-18 months.
Webster Five’s Sam Bitar discusses where he sees opportunities and trends for community markets in the next 12-18 months.
In January 2022, the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) must be transitioned into the new Basel III paradigm known as the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book or “FRTB.” This paper will discuss the impacts, new requirements, persona analysis, and actionable next steps to help you prepare.
How Asia Pacific's fintech-first environment could pave the way for faster open banking adoption - A report from Kapronasia in collaboration with Finastra
In today’s world Banks needs to be able to compete and grow where margins are thin, competition is fierce, regulations are changing.
Can developers save the banking industry? Banks are struggling to compete with fintechs, particularly when it comes to developers.
More and more banks are on their journey to the cloud. It is no longer seen as the future or an emerging trend; it has become a critical tool to remain competitive.
Trading Deck Heads will now be responsible for preparing, updating, and submitting acomprehensive Strategy Document. The required details are extensive. See the infographic for some of the key attributes and reporting requirements to consider.
FRTB is not simply a new capital calculation mechanism but a fundamentally new trading framework focused around the trading desk. See our infographic to learn the steps behind building an effective FRTB platform.