NAB worked with Misys to successfully implement Misys Message Manager (MMM) and this has delivered against NAB's key goals.
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There is often confusion about the different nature of the interest rate risk in the banking book versus the trading book and what needs to be measured
As predicted, the GMAC event was very rich in exchanges and dialogues with representatives from various institutions including large international banks, securities firms, asset managers and local regional banks
After London, Frankfurt and before upcoming CRO circles in Istanbul, Paris, Moscow, Stockholm, New York and other cities in Asia and the Middle-East, Milan was the 3rd stop (24th Nov) of Misys CRO dinner’s series.
Banks to seize $490 billion crowdlending market opportunity with launch of Misys FusionBanking CrowdLending
New module enables retail and corporate banks to grow their lending business and recapture P2P market share
Banking Technology readers name Misys solution best investment management system
Watch Lucky Chitima, Group CEO of ECB, discuss the partnership with Misys, how it initiated and how it has resulted in a win:win situation
Financial institutions have started their strategic journeys to transform their lending businesses in the continued wake of the financial crisis. For many, consolidation has been the first step to digitisation but with the dual pressures of emerging technology innovation and client demands now is the time for banks to industrialise the entire lending lifecycle – from the corporate channel, through origination and into servicing
One in five banks perform less than one per cent of sales via digital channels, while 40 per cent of customer acquisition is still done through the branch.
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.
How have regulation transformed the technology landscape? A PRMIA research study reveals