Euroclear abandons Bankchain platform but startup says launch will go ahead in 2018
New regulations and accounting standards are the main drivers of changes to how banks worldwide must operate, maintain their books, and manage their data, with IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standard) 9 one of the most significant. As Wei-Shen…
As the Internet of Things grows in popularity, companies are figuring out what it's advantages are even as they fear its very real security issues.
Based in Switzerland, the non-profit association will represent and promote the interests of consumers and providers in the regtech field.
Financial institutions looking to automate processes shouldn’t keep the technology in only one area of the business, speakers at a recent DTCC forum say, but rather make it into a holistic solution to add more value to the business.
In order to best position themselves in a future of dwindling returns, banks must invest in long-term technological advancements and work with financial technology companies.
Asia still leans toward active investing, but that is changing.
With regional banking authorities supporting fintech accelerator events, the "regtech" movement is gathering steam.
Advisory firm will offer consulting services and help gold market participants with implementation of vendor's service.
'Connecting the dots,' serving diverse users and complying with new rules all depend on flexible data operations
The regulatory impetus to collect more data from a greater number of sources could produce new business insights, but that will require firms to rethink their approaches to data management and automation. Joanna Wright reports from Sibos 2016
Founder Al Roitfarb and CEO Todd Roitfarb will both take on roles in Morningstar's fixed income business, following its acquisition of their company, InvestSoft.
EY to support Post-Trade Distributed Ledger Group
Michael looks at new stress testing demands stemming from everything from Basel III to BCBS 239 to CCAR.
Front offices are taking more notice of reference data management operations as the foundation for their decisions, driving data professionals to reconsider their tactics
Granularity of data proving important in multiple governance and compliance efforts
Weighing whether insurance industry reporting requirement can yield opportunities
Dan DeFrancesco looks at the recent spoofing verdict and discusses, with some perspectives of those in the industry, why it’s such a difficult thing to define.
Waters selected three industry experts with three very different opinions on what it will take for financial organizations to mount an effective defense.
Consultancy aims to grow team to 200 scientists
The BCBS 239 risk data aggregation principles, CCAR and FDSF stress tests, and COREP and FINREP reporting frameworks are some of the most significant new measures developed by regulators and are having a major impact on data management, writes Nicholas…
On June 24, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about the changes firms must make to comply with the BCBS 239 risk data aggregation and reporting principles, the CCAR and FDSF stress testing programs and the COREP and FINREP reporting frameworks
Hackers have grown up in the last decade. They've got more resources, more ways to get into your network, and more things to take once they get in.
Ernst & Young’s second survey of wealth managers found that firms in the region are far more likely to use proprietary solutions and a pooled organizational approach than their counterparts—even, in some cases, within the same global firm—to the North. A…