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The 7 Biggest Technology Trends To Disrupt Banking & Financial Services In 2020

Even though banking and financial services have been slower than other industries to adopt the latest technology into their operations, financial organizations are trying to catch up by incorporating artificial intelligence, blockchain, and other technology to benefit their customers, remain competitive and improve business results. Here are the 7 biggest technology trends that will disrupt…
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5th December 2019 0

Regtech can help mitigate risk in the property sector

If estate agents want to defeat criminal activity, they must be willing to incorporate more specialised regulatory technology (regtech) into their processes. Regtech that features advanced ‘augmented intelligence’ solutions can significantly ease the legislative burden for businesses. These solutions use hundreds of terms in multiple languages to perform real-time searches on the surface and deep…
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27th November 2019 0

National Cyber Security Centre stops over 600 cyber-attacks in the UK across the year

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has revealed it has protected the UK from more than 600 cyber-attacks in the past year This announcement comes as the NCSC releases its third annual review where it also explains other actions it has taken to protect the public. This includes an initiative to stop hundreds of thousands of people…
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25th October 2019 0

Firms lagging in choosing SFTR systems

A large portion of the market is yet to choose systems for Securities Financing Transactions Regulations (SFTR) compliance due to uneasiness around interpretations of the rules, according to Herve Carrere, director of post-trade product management at Finastra. “We can see that several firms are still in the phase of considering choosing a system, or to…
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23rd October 2019 0

GDPR non-compliance worse than feared

Over half of UK businesses do not yet appear to be fully GDPR-compliant, and many have de-prioritised their compliance efforts  As the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation nears its 18 month anniversary, research by security software supplier Egress has suggested that 52% of UK businesses are not fully compliant with the rules,…
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17th October 2019 0

Give regulators new powers or risk missing net zero, NIC warns

Regulators must be given new powers to ensure utility firms invest in sustainable infrastructure or the UK’s net-zero emissions target is at risk. In a new report, published today (11 October 2020), the National Infrastructure Commission has warned that ministers must move to strengthen power the country’s utility regulators – Ofgem, Ofwat and Ofcom –…
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15th October 2019 0

New Advanced Fraud Solutions and Automated Systems partnership to improve check fraud protection

Advanced Fraud Solutions (AFS) has formed a strategic partnership with Automated Systems to build support check fraud protection. The partnership will see the integration of AFS’ check fraud prevention solution, TrueChecks, with the Automated Systems’ Insite Online Banking and Mobile Apps. By leveraging the TrueChecks check fraud database, Automated Systems’ bank customers will be able…
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10th October 2019 0

CFTC Says Enforcing Risk-Management Rules Is a Priority

In a first, swaps regulator charges the bank with violating risk-management regulations put in place after the financial crisis The Commodity Futures Trading Commission for the first time charged a bank with violating risk-management rules adopted after the financial crisis, a signal to the industry to bolster internal controls in their swaps businesses. The CFTC…
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8th October 2019 0

How regtech is changing compliance at financial firms

Regulation technology spurring changes within departments aimed at meeting financial rules Just as digital technology is forcing advisers to evolve their business, it’s also impacting compliance departments across the financial services industry. At a recent technology event in New York hosted by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, regulatory and compliance experts discussed the…
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7th October 2019 0

Ping Identity reveals IPO for the New York Stock Exchange

Ping Identity, an IT security and identity authentication platform, has revealed the initial public offering of its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the name PING. The company will issue 12.5 million shares at a price expected to be between $14 and $16 per share. Ping Identity anticipates it will grant the…
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16th September 2019 0