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Sibos: Cultural change is imminent
30 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
The biggest changes to the financial services industry between now and 2020 will be cultural, according to panellists speaking at Sibos 2016...
Sibos: Easier standardised than done
29 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Standards mean different things to banks and corporate treasurers, but they should collaborate to make them work, according to speakers in a debate session at Sibos...
Sibos: Financial services should lead ‘new era’ of tech, says IBM head
28 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Cognitive technology will give financial services firms a competitive advantage, as long as they seize the opportunity, keynote speaker Ginni Rometty told Sibos attendees...
Tax services top the outsourcing list
28 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Raiffeisen Bank tackles Basel III principles
28 September 2016 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Broadridge extends GPTM solution
28 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Sibos: Do the time to prevent cyber crime
28 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Sibos: The key to unlocking blockchain
28 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
CSDs forge DLT partnership
28 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Drew Nicol
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Sibos: No holes in Swiss fintech innovation
27 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
SWIFT’s ISO 20022 framework makes progress
27 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Back-office automation and reporting still a priority
27 September 2016 | Pittsburgh | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Sibos: Future of payments relies on trust
27 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Sibos: Not innovating would be criminal
26 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Becky Butcher
SWIFT to launch Name Screening service
26 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Becky Butcher
DH Corporation rebrands messaging platform
26 September 2016 | New York | Reporter: Becky Butcher
N+1 Singer renews multi-year deal with Torstone
26 September 2016 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Accuity launches goods screening engine
26 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Sibos Big Issue speaker announced
26 August 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Sibos announces opening speaker
12 May 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Sibos 2015: blockchain not so disruptive after all
14 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Hyperledger wins 2015 Innotribe Startup Challenge
14 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
SmartStream upgrades TLM Collateral Management
14 October 2015 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Sibos 2015: staggered take-off for ISO 20022
14 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
FMIs back ISO 20022 harmonisation
14 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Forex broker chooses SunGard for reconciliations
14 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Sibos 2015: banks need to offer a personal touch
13 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Sibos 2015: migration, regulation and digitisation
13 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
SWIFT expands financial crime compliance services
13 October 2015 | Singapore | Reporter: Becky Butcher
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The transfer agency space may not have taken such a regulatory battering as much of the industry, but at ITAS 2017, providers heard that they will have to start making changes if they want a fighting chance of survival
As the long-standing Barclays Point risk analytics solution winds down to retirement, investment managers have some tricky decisions to make, according to Confluence’s Katie Kiss
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As they face increasing demands from clients and regulators alike, fund administrators could be best off leaving back-office technology upgrades to the professionals, according to Kelly Ashe of Pacific Fund Systems
In the search for alpha, appointing an investment fund and a management company can bring myriad benefits, says Eduard von Kymmel of VP Bank
Fund distribution is entering the digital age, and so can traditional service providers. Fundsquare’s Paolo Brignardello explains why it’s in their interests
Blockchain may be the talk of the town, but before the industry starts moving ahead, it has to figure out in which direction it will go
Technology is changing the way we live, work and invest. Experts discuss how transfer agency is reacting as the movement gathers pace
The Middle Eastern markets are diverse in many ways, and they’re focusing on themselves before they look to harmonise settlement cycles within the wider region
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The Asian market may be improving on the harmonisation front, but the situation is still far from ideal. Experts discuss what there is still left to do
Brazil is hogging the limelight from its South American neighbours. But, although reforms are in full swing, there is still work to be done
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No nation is an island, and the Polish CSD has post-trade services to cater to all of Central and Eastern Europe, says KDPW’s Iwona Sroka
In a region as geographically, culturally and economically diverse as Asia, funds passports have a tricky road ahead if they’re to redefine the industry
Amid cross-border restrictions and tightened belts, Luxembourg’s kingdom of real estate investment won’t be crumbling any time soon
The Chinese market has taken a knock to its confidence, but despite its size, it is still merely an emerging market, and must take these setbacks in its stride
Rich in sunshine, cork hats and tired clichés, Australia’s funds industry doesn’t buck the trend, boasting record levels of assets under custody
As the Saudi Arabian stock exchange finally opens its doors to foreign investments, the influx from abroad will be in baby steps, not leaps and bounds
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