This new IDC MarketScape presents the key considerations for bank CIOs and heads of corporate banking as they evaluate corporate banking software. Find out why Finastra has been named a leader in end-to-end corporate banking.
Business intelligence (BI) and business analytics (BA) are tremendous resources for growing customer acquisition and retention in the retail industry. So why isn’t the financial industry employing the same methods?
It’s no secret that banking traffic is shifting from the branch toward Internet and mobile channels at an increasing rate. But, while it’s accurate to say that branch traffic is on the decline, the branch is still a vital channel.
A great deal of emphasis has been placed designing financial services products to target millennials lately. Rightly so, since they will make up three-quarters of the working population by 2025. However, financial institutions shouldn’t focus exclusively on one age group, or they will miss the nuances of consumer preferences in how...
Three questions posed to financial institutions as they prepare for the upcoming current Expected Loss (CECL) regulation.
An overview of the relevance and potential of AI in Capital Markets.
A closer look at the expected losses and changes to allowance calculations that will allow institutions to better account for losses.
This paper from Celent explores the innovation efforts the banking community has in place, what are the barriers that must be overcome, and how Platformification will spark the next wave of financial services innovation.
Most banks see ‘bank as a platform’ as the best approach to manage, run and scale their participation in the Open Banking world, and many will need an out-of-the-box solution to achieve this. This Efma white paper identifies the challenges they face and discusses the key components and characteristics of a...
There are five imperatives why existing customers have chosen Finastra’s retail banking core and digital platforms over other vendors for simpler, faster, smarter outside-in banking.
Exploring the extent CECL will affect, and interact with, an organizations's risk appetite and how the risk audit committee may need to evolve to deal with the impact.
This article is aimed at exploring the impact that CECL (Current Expected Credit Loss) is likely to have on banks’ balance sheets, and the implications this has for that bank’s risk management function. Are you prepared for the capital provisions required?
An introduction to CECL and an exploration into the overlap between CECL and IFRS9, which is the international version of CECL. Do you know how CECL will impact your business?
Can the buzz around AI and ML translate into meaningful gains for banks?
Find out the latest insight on the bank's treasury function.
Understanding the complexity, breadth and depth of achieving compliance with MiFID II