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Corporate actions are up

Corporate actions are up

01 October 2013  |  6693 views

Mike Foley, MD at Peterevans, discusses the recent increase M&As and other corporate actions.

The time for corporate actions automation is now

The time for corporate actions automation is now

01 October 2013  |  7528 views

Brendan Farrell, executive vice president, XSP, SunGard’s capital markets business looks at the long road to corporate actions automation, the America...

Eastern migration, global strategy

Eastern migration, global strategy

30 September 2013  |  6911 views

Gerlach Jacobs, global head of transaction services and Lilla Juranyi, global head of custody both of ING discuss migrating the bank's securities serv...

Why is transaction banking changing?

Why is transaction banking changing?

27 September 2013  |  6949 views

Chris Zingo, global head of sales at Fundtech, discusses the change in the organisation of transaction banks and where regulation is causing pain poin...

Eastern and Western banks: managing regulation

Eastern and Western banks: managing regulation

27 September 2013  |  6937 views

Robert McKay, MD at Accuity, discusses how regulation is impacting the industry and how it is affecting the Gulf region and emerging markets.

Digital driven transformation

Digital driven transformation

27 September 2013  |  11252 views

Frédéric Lhostte, director, Belgian Mobile Wallet Initiative, Belgacom, Scott Bales, chief mobile officer at Moven and Juan Pedro Moreno, ma...

Dealing with the issues of payments validation

Dealing with the issues of payments validation

26 September 2013  |  5094 views

Mark Bradbury, CEO of Apply Financial, discusses the issues surrounding payments validation and how Apply Financial is addressing them.

ISO 20022 is coming; look busy

ISO 20022 is coming; look busy

25 September 2013  |  7173 views

Jonathan Williams, director of strategic development, Experian Payments looks at ten years of the Standards Forum at Sibos.

Re-connecting to the personal side of banking

Re-connecting to the personal side of banking

25 September 2013  |  9227 views

Lance Gourlay, director, corporate accounts at CR2, discusses how banks re-connect with their customers, innovations in self-service banking, and CR2'...

Big, messy, disparate data

Big, messy, disparate data

24 September 2013  |  7980 views

Colin Kerr, industry solutions director, worldwide financial services at Microsoft looks at how the financial services industry is handling the challe...

Making sense of the customer experience

Making sense of the customer experience

24 September 2013  |  10258 views

Jeremy Suddards, vice president of financial services, HP, discusses why respondents to the customer experience survey are in the middle of a customer...

The key to global security

The key to global security

24 September 2013  |  9441 views

David Watson, head of GTB client access products at Deutsche Bank, Christoph Albers, market manager corporate market at Swift and Hubert JP Jolly MD a...

The centre of the digital wallet ecosystem

The centre of the digital wallet ecosystem

24 September 2013  |  8191 views

Frédéric Lhostte, director, Belgian Mobile Wallet Initiative, Belgacom discusses the crowded field of mobile wallets.

Waratek on the Sibos journey

Waratek on the Sibos journey

23 September 2013  |  4097 views

John Matthew Holt, Founder and CTO of Waratek, discusses Java's fit in modern banking infrastructure, Waratek's involvement in the Innotribe Startup C...

Mutualising costs in the post-trade space

Mutualising costs in the post-trade space

23 September 2013  |  5759 views

Tom Carey, CEO and president, securities processing solutions international, Broadridge, discusses mutualisation of costs in post-trade, multi-asset p...

Understanding the digital revolution of banking

Understanding the digital revolution of banking

23 September 2013  |  10007 views

Serge van Dam, Segment Leader, Digital Channels at Fiserv, discusses the new whitepaper looking at digital channels, how banks segment their customers...