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Ben O'Brien

10 key steps to implement IFRS 9

In January 2018, banks will have to change the process that currently calculates their credit impairments. While 2018 may seem quite a long way off, there is a lot of work to be done in order to meet ...

13 Nov 2015
Neil Crammond

Michael Coscia part 2 ..................... when civil courts over ride regulators

I was asked to explain how this new court case would affect the market and WHY it has shocked the HFT companies who thought they had conquered the exchanges supervision depts ! MICHAEL COSCIA's CONVI...

11 Nov 2015
Ivy Schmerken

SEF Trading: Challenges and Regulatory Hurdles

The regulatory overhaul of the OTC derivatives market has brought mandatory clearing and electronic trading to standardized swaps, but many say the market structure is stuck, citing regulatory ambigui...

10 Nov 2015
Retired Member

Running to stand still? That’s exhausting, and compliance without strategy

Most bank staff must feel like athletes these days, trying to react with speed and precision to volatile markets and tough regulatory requirements. Yet despite the best training and intentions, are th...

06 Nov 2015
Retired Member

FRTB: Are you ready?

The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) is the biggest and most significant market risk regulatory change since the introduction of Value at Risk almost two decades ago. On the surface, the ...

05 Nov 2015
Neil Crammond

Michael Coscia : HFT no more hiding

Why was he allowed to cheat ? Why did exchanges fail to suspend these trades ? Finally after years of complaining we have a result ! Bank robbers and murderers always plead innocent until found g...

05 Nov 2015
Retired Member

RegTech optimized platform: How to transform compliance into better business decision

THE CHALLENGE The impact from the financial crisis has revealed that despite significant investments in sophisticated data management architecture, banks were not able to take preventive measures or r...

05 Nov 2015
Retired Member

Visibility in Payments

In the world of money transfer, I am always trying to explain to startups what it would take have a better understanding on transactions data points for cross-border transfers, i.e. visibility in paym...

29 Oct 2015
Retired Member

What keeps a CISO awake? An uncomfortable bed...and my third party supply chain

I’m often asked by my fellow colleagues, 'what keeps me up at night?', to which I currently reply, 'an uncomfortable bed'. For those of you who have ever had significant home renovation, I know you wi...

28 Oct 2015
Retired Member

Identity and Access Management: Your Playbook for Winning with the C-Suite

The line between sport and business has been blurred for some time now. Sport often borrows analytical elements from corporations and manages their players like professionals, and on the other hand bu...

26 Oct 2015
Keith Stonell

Solvency II: reasons for insurers to be cheerful

Back in the late Noughties when Solvency II was first conceived, January 1st 2016 must have seemed a long way off. After being pushed back time and time again, this will at long last be the day when ...

26 Oct 2015
Tejasvi Addagada

Overcome common Data Governance challenges that your organization faces right now

Do different types of data require different levels of governance? The need is growing for enterprises to leverage disparate internal and external data sources to satisfy growth strategies, reduce ris...

26 Oct 2015