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Banco de Mexico revamps risk management tech with Finastra’s Fusionrisk

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Banco de Mexico, the country’s central bank, is replacing its legacy risk management software with Finastra’s Fusionrisk.

Bank to the future: five ways financial apps are changing banking

Ian McKenna, DigitalWealthInsights.com:

Less than half a year from now, PSD2 will revolutionise consumers’ access to their own financial information. In fintech hubs across Europe, bright young people are planning a consumer revolution. Their financial apps and tools are helping customers manage their money far more easily than they have before. Here are five important ways in which they are changing the face of banking.

Screen scraping: in or out?

Regulation, regulation and more regulation

Amid last month’s extensive ransomware attack, made possible after cyber criminals stole hacking tools created by the US National Security Agency, the European Banking Federation (EBF) again urged the European Commission (EC) not to dismiss recommendations about screen scraping.

PSD2 meets ISO 20022

PSD2

How will service providers and banks implement ISO 20022 in the APIs being created for PSD2?

White paper: GDPR – banks, breaches and billion euro fines

GDPR Report

The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces 72-hour breach notification requirements along with severe regulatory fines and consumers and affected third parties now have the right to sue organisations responsible for data breaches.

Banks facing fines totalling €4.7bn under GDPR

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Consult Hyperion is forecasting that European financial institutions could face fines totalling €4.7 billion in the first three years under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The report, “GDPR: Banks, Breaches and Billion Euro Fines”, which was commissioned by security firm AllClear ID, is a “conservative” forecast and excludes compensation claims, costs associated with […]

Infographic: financial institutions optimistic for first UK CRS filing

UK CRS survey

An online survey carried out amongst our readers in the run up to the UK’s first Common Reporting Standard (CRS) submission has found respondents largely optimistic about how their first transmittal would go; were appreciative of the support given to them by their IT departments and thought that HMRC and OECD had done a good job in communicating with them. Their primary concerns were their ability to pull data from their internal systems and keeping up with compliance.

Why getting ready for real-time is a priority for Rabobank

Erik Kwakkel, Rabobank Netherlands

When it comes to payments, the Netherlands, like its Scandinavian neighbours, is certainly one of the most advanced countries in the world. Banks and retailers have been working together for many years in an effort to decrease the amount of cash in circulation, working instead towards a “cleaner” and “safer” cashless environment.

US House of Representatives passes Dodd-Frank Reform minus interchange reform

Temenos shifts focus from US community banks to large FIs

The Financial Choice Act of 2017, legislation to overhaul the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, has been approved by the US House of Representatives. The legislation focuses on ending big-bank bailouts and supporters say it provides more accountability for Washington and Wall Street, while removing barriers to economic growth.

Is the UK going to be ready for EU GDPR?

European Commission

With just under 12 months to go until the European Union (EU) imposes new data protection regulations, there seems to be a growing sense of unpreparedness throughout the industry, reports Telecoms.com (Banking Technology‘s sister publication). Perhaps it’s because of the timeframes which were involved for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), or a misunderstanding of […]

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