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Deutsche Bank bans texting and messaging apps on work phones

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No more texting or using messaging apps such as WhatsApp on company issued phones, Deutsche Bank tells its employees. According to a memo issued by COO Kim Hammonds and chief regulatory officer Sylvie Matherat, the functionality will be switched off this quarter.

RegTech Futures: hipsters, hackers and hustlers – making innovative compliance a reality

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At last week’s RegTech Futures summit in Amsterdam, organised by FinTech Futures and supported by Banking Technology, the potential of regtech innovators to re-imagine compliance – reducing the cost, creating more robust systems and creating new opportunities for deeper digitisation – was discussed in depth.

eBook: Regulatory compliance for banks – using data to unblock the road ahead

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Your bank faces more competitive pressures than ever before. Regulations nowadays regularly cost financial institutions billions. You know this. What may be unclear is how IT can help, not hinder, your competitive position. As data becomes the roadblock for compliance, so too it can become your competitive advantage. The latest techniques for handling compliance processes […]

White paper: Achieving Real-Time Financial Regulatory Compliance with In-Memory Computing

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Stringent regulations and client protection initiatives enacted in the wake of the 2008 financial meltdown are causing unprecedented and growing technical challenges. Banks and other financial institutions must monitor, collect, and analyze vast amounts of data from multiple, disparate sources in real-time. This new white paper provides an overview of the current economic and regulatory […]

White Paper | Driving High Frequency Trading and Compliance With In-Memory Computing

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This paper looks at the current state of high-frequency trading – why it’s popular and what types of strategies and technologies are being used. It then explores how in-memory computing can meet the technological challenges and increase trading profits. As competition intensifies in the field of high-frequency trading, financial services firms need a new level […]

eBook: In-Memory Computing Helps Applications Achieve Extreme Speed and Scale

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Download this eBook now to learn how an in-memory computing platform can address your company’s demanding current and future regulatory and client requirements.

Artemis implements behavioural analytics software for compliance, Sybenetix Compass

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Artemis, a UK-based fund manager with £22.6 billon assets under management, is implementing new behavioural analytics software for compliance. The solution – called Compass – is provided by specialist vendor Sybenetix. It will support the market abuse surveillance functionality, case management and conduct management, end-to-end. This is a multi-year deal and is an extension on […]

Webinar: FATCA & CRS Compliance: Are you ready?

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We are now in a new era of global tax reporting, with more regulations around tax transparency than ever before. To pull together a full picture on the market’s readiness for the Common Reporting Standards (CRS) and approach to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), Thomson Reuters has gathered industry views from a global […]

Big data analytics and its many uses

Big data analytics is extremely useful, states Swift Institute

There are many uses of big data analytics by financial organisations to meet evolving regulatory and compliance requirements, Swift Institute reveals in its recent paper, “The Role of Big Data in Governance: a regulatory and legal perspective of analytics in global financial services”. The paper cites two case studies as examples of how these analytical […]

Compliance and digital innovation needn’t be mutually exclusive

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Regulatory compliance might be a fact of life for every financial institution, but it can be very challenging when competitive pressures come in to play. Software-based services are often now the primary means of contact between a company and its customers; IT is no longer a back-office support function

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