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Banking Technology Awards 2016

Video: Banking Technology Awards 2016

Our dazzling event gathered together over 260 banking and financial technology specialists from all over the world – recognising the excellence and innovation in the use of IT in financial services, and of course the people that make it happen! Join us at the 2017 awards, which will be held at a 5-star venue in London in Q4 this year.

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The cost of regulation

Alex Caviezel, managing director, Emea regional executive, treasury services at JP Morgan tells Heather McKenzie that financial institutions need to work together to ensure regulations are sensible and do not increase the cost burden on banks and their clients

Liquidity key to recovery

Kevin Brown, director, head of structuring and market infrastructures, global transaction services, The Royal Bank of Scotland, tells Heather McKenzie liquidity will be a hot topic at this year’s Sibos

Hard work ahead

Tom Isaac, managing director, financial institutions, Global Transaction Services at Citi, talks to Heather McKenzie about how the financial industry has some hard work ahead in rebuilding its standing with regulators, corporations and end investors.

Harnessing Stress Testing for Effective Risk Control

Stress testing has emerged as the tool of choice when assessing the impact of low probability, high impact events. Used effectively, firm-wide stress testing will become an essential tool that banks use not only to manage risk, but also as a driver of future strategic business decisions, according to research carried out by Lepus on […]

The New Securities Marketplace

Lee Hodgkinson, CEO of SmartPool in conversation with Dan Barnes, Online editor, Banking Technology, about the issues raised at a recent roundtable debate on the subject of The New Securities Marketplace.

The Future of Transaction Banking

Martin Wilson, chief commercial officer, VocaLink, discusses the how transaction banks can build on the resilience they showed during the crisis and before more efficient for the future.

Banks have appetite for new relationships

Barclays Commercial Bank has found that the majority of financial institutions are exploring new transactional banking relationships and change or add to their range of preferred partners.