27 Apr 2018
Marion Leslie, Managing Director, Enterprise, Thomson Reuters, talks about the current buy-side trends from an enterprise data perspective, how customers describe their needs given these market trends, and what customers can do to adapt and evolve in order to drive future success.
26 Apr 2018
Richard Anderson, Head of Product Management, Regulatory Intelligence, Thomson Reuters, talks about how the company's product strategy for 2018 has been influenced by the current regulatory landscape, what contribution content has to play in the role of RegTech and what the key challenges are facing Regulatory Intelligence in 2018.
25 Apr 2018
Pablo Beivide Cavia, Director, Axis Corporate, talks about why is there so much talk about blockchain potentially disrupting the ECB’s Target2Securities system, how blockchain’s strengths add value in the cross-border securities settlement space and what challenges blockchain faces in this business, and how might they be overcome.
24 Apr 2018
Jacob Rank-Broadley, Director, Regulatory & Market Structure Propositions, Thomson Reuters, talks about how banks need to prepare for the FRTB compliance deadline in Jan 2022, what they need to focus on in 2018 to ensure they meet their FRTB obligations and what synergies are we seeing with MiFID II.
24 Apr 2018
Gerhard Bystricky, Head of Product Management Payments Germany, UniCredit Bank AG, talks about the progress of pan-European instant payments since it launched, what some of the practical experiences are what else needs to be done to grow the volumes and value of these payments.
16 Apr 2018
Paul Thomalla, SVP Global Corporate Relations & Development, ACI Worldwide, talks about where the discussion about real-time payments has moved in the last 6 months, how more SMEs would now change banks if they didn’t offer them real-time payments and what similarities there are between the US, Europe and Asia, within the fintech and regulation space.
13 Apr 2018
James Maudslay, Senior Manager Solution Marketing, Equinix, talks about some of the practical implications for banks around Open Banking and how well positioned are they in dealing with them, how are banks managing their need to offer innovative digital services to their customers and whether legacy infrastructure is a constraint, and how strategic partnerships and collaboration with others will benefit banks.
13 Apr 2018
Cédric Derras, Global Head of cash Management, UniCredit, talks about what some of the key initiatives and trends the global payments industry is wrestling with are, how banks are coping with this through greater collaboration with third-parties to manage and compete in an increasingly competitive space, and how this will benefit the banks and their customers in the future.
10 Apr 2018
Doug Pollock, Global Head of Business Development for Financial and Risk in the Energy Practice Group, Thomson Reuters, talks about how the energy trading sector is coping with the drive towards digitalization, why data and technology are hailed the core elements to digitalization for the energy trading sector and what areas of risk in particular, should the energy sector be concerned with.
09 Apr 2018
Simone Del Guerra, Global Head of Transactional Sales, UniCredit, talks about how the correspondent banking marketplace is reacting to the issues of compliance restrictions, how it is reinventing itself using new technologies and initiatives, and how banks are responding to, and leveraging this to improve the payments services they offer to their clients.
09 Apr 2018
John Mason, Global Head of Regulatory & Market Structure Strategic Response & Propositions, Thomson Reuters, talks about the impact of RTS 27 and 28 coming into force, what challenges firms are facing with satisfying the Best Execution requirement in terms of data, how the market and clients will be effected and how post MiFID II implementation will the impact non-financial institutions.
03 Apr 2018
Daniel Meere, Managing Director, Axis Corporate, talks about how UK SMEs are impacted by the lack of competition in the market for banking services aimed at them, how Williams & Glyn Capability and Innovation funding and Open Banking are currently under way to try to change this situation, how established and new players in the UK banking market are reacting and what they should be doing to better meet the needs of SMEs.