Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)

Shining a Light on ‘Dark’ Data

Financial firms are drowning in data, yet for many, information that delivers genuine value remains a scarce resource. Joanne Faulkner investigates whether new approaches to managing internal data could yield new insights, or whether new data privacy…

RBS’ Eddie: Capital Requirements Set to Get Harder

Capital requirements have been daunting to address, and will only get harder with Basel III, says Alan Eddie, who runs risk technology for the Americas for the markets and investment banking businesses at the Royal Bank of Scotland, speaking at the…

Risk's Regulatory Whirlwind

Regulatory uncertainty once again dominated discussions during a recent risk and compliance webcast, with the main concern relating to how much time firms will have to make necessary changes to their risk strategies. By Steve Dew-Jones

Special FX: The Evolution of e-FX Trading

Foreign-exchange trading has changed considerably over the past 10 years. Daily turnover has doubled, spreads have tightened dramatically, and the market has opened up to new entrants as never before. At the heart of this is a shift to electronic trading…

No Turning Back: Firms Forge Ahead on Data Quality

In light of the global regulatory environment and firms looking to become more efficient while cutting costs, data quality has become a focal point for many technologists. However, the challenges are many and there’s still confusion as to who owns the…

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