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Elizabeth LumleyRainmaking Innovation - London

Capitalism, Socialism and the importance of data

30 June 2010  |  7379 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

I attended a conference last week, in Berlin. (where else would I be?) It was a multi-industry event sponsored by SAS, the Premier Business Leadership Series (basically it was their client conference). Before I delve into the banking stream, the first half of the conference focused on big issue, global economy and business leader issues. It was wit...

TagsRetail bankingWholesale bankingGroupData Management 101
Brett KingMoven - New York

Branch Networks: Where do we go from here - Part 2

30 June 2010  |  2414 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

In my recent blog on branches I got some reader feedback that leads me to believe that some have interpreted my positive slant on the effectiveness of direct channels as evidence that I am 'against' branches. This is not the case. However, I do think that branch networks are currently in a precarious situation and bank's might find themselves sadd...

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Bad call ref - let's use the monitoring technology available

30 June 2010  |  3313 views  |  7 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

Once again, some of the best football teams in the world have just bombed out of the World Cup – I’m referring to the USA... As an aside, England is gone too – in part due to FIFA’s technological igno...

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Sanat Rao
Sanat RaoInfosys Technologies Ltd - London

Strategy No. 4: Agility for the long running bank.

29 June 2010  |  4599 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

It’s simple. Winning a race means “getting there first”. The same rule applies to banking, with a small corollary, which is that the most agile (and not necessarily the fastest) usually wins. Is ther...

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Roy McPherson
Roy McPhersonMacroy Consulting - Maldon

Cash and Liquidity Management obstacles.

29 June 2010  |  6022 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

In 2008 the great and the good of the banking world were attending SIBOS Vienna with no more thought than for any previous SIBOS or banking trade show. Even as delegates were checking into the confer

TagsRisk & regulationSibosGroupFinextra@Sibos
Colin Day
Colin DaySunGard - London

Is customer-centricity really the key?

29 June 2010  |  5138 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

In my recent blog posts, ‘Lessons learned from the economic downturn’ and ‘What does it mean to be a ’Well Managed’ bank?’, you may recall that we have been following the exploits of my 14-year old s...

TagsRisk & regulationRetail bankingGroupFinancial Supply Chain
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Workflows: Control and Enforce Credit Policy

28 June 2010  |  4980 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

If a Relationship Manager does not know where along the credit application process the latest customer lies, which credit analyst last tended to the application and how long it took that analyst to co...

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A Multifaceted Approach to Fraud Prevention

28 June 2010  |  5269 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Fraud is serious business. A recent report from PwC cited that hacking attacks overall are costing UK businesses at least £10bn a year. Fraud reduces customer confidence and brand integrity. Merchant

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On-line Business Banking, How Can It Be Secured?

28 June 2010  |  3157 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

As if security managers at banks and other financial institutions don’t have enough to worry about, a recent article has pointed to another threat that must be dealt with—hackers remotely taking cont...

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28 June 2010  |  3038 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Reflecting upon a blog I posted 18 months or so ago, Denial of Business Attacks: A big headache coming your way? I was thinking about the forthcoming TV series of the hugely popular talent show the &...

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