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The FCA’s latest guidance for firms outsourcing to the cloud and other third-party IT services demonstrates a new level of support for cloud in financial services. It is a welcome step on the path towards greater adoption.
With BCBS 279, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has published “The standardised approach for measuring counterparty credit risk exposures” (SA-CCR), the final standard for the calculation of counterparty credit risk of derivatives portfolios in March 2014.
Last night Misys honoured key contributions from its partner ecosystem of consulting companies, systems integrators and technology companies at its Global Sales Kick Off event in Prague.
Banking smart & simple – Neue Infrastrukturen und IT-Strategien für die digitale Bank
Move to Plano signals continuous growth and commitment to the region
Single platform increases transparency and enhances risk visibility
John Dwyer explains the five key findings in his new report, ‘Beyond the buzz: Exploring distributed ledger technology use cases in capital markets and corporate banking.’
Discover how you can engineer your bank and processes around your most important stakeholder: your customer. Think outside-in banking with Misys FusionBanking Essence.
Summary for CEB Webinar - Digital Corporate Banking for the Connected Corporate Customer.
At the beginning of 2016, Alex Kwiatkowski - Senior Strategist at Misys - made a series of wide-ranging predictions as to the trends that will shape banking in 2016. From technology innovation, operational transformation to regulatory intervention, all collectively pointing to banking entering a new era of creative destruction where only the fittest will survive.
Hedgeweek Market Insight: Operational demands in a low-yield, highly complex and post-regulatory environment
Hedgeweek and Misys conducted a 7-point operational systems survey, canvassing the opinions of 50 investment management firms.
The ability to compute values and sensitivities of financial derivatives is essential to the financial institution for both risk management and regulatory purposes. However, the computation of the sensitivities can be difficult in terms of effort and time required. Adjoint algorithmic differentiation (AAD) is a mathematical technique that enhances performance and speed compared with the traditional 'bump and re-price' method.
Traditional product-centric banking is a thing of the past. Transformation to customer-centric, relationship-based banking is in front and at the fore, albeit having started at a relatively slow pace.