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The pressure for change in the way the capital markets operate is building relentlessly and the only way in which investment banks and other key players can remain successful will be to completely transform current business models. This will mean an overhaul of both archaic technology infrastructures and outdated working practices.
This conference programme aims to give senior industry professionals access to new ideas, solutions and innovations to help take their departments and companies forward.
Misys today announced it is launching Misys FinCloud, a new range of Cloud solutions and global Cloud environment offering Misys clients the highest standards of security, performance and operating excellence in Cloud operations in the financial services industry.
Misys, the leading financial software company, has been ranked as a category leader for the Chartis Research FinTech Quadrant for IFRS 9 Technology Solutions.
Tom Dawkins, Global Head of Cloud Enablement, Edward Taylor, Director of Analyst Relations and Marketing Solutions and Alan Cole, Director of Technical Operations for Misys Cloud Services explain how you can benefit from Misys FinCloud.
Listen to Dan Roberts talk about how Barclays have unified its digital service and transaction processing onto a single platform for trade finance.
Listen to Fareed Hosain talk about how HBL is working to enhance its corporate banking offering by bringing together trade finance, cash management and supply chain finance services onto a single digital platform.
A Supply Chain Finance report by Global Business Intelligence, in association with Misys, has been published, exploring the definition and role of SCF, trade credit challenges and trends from buyer and seller perspective. This comprehensive guideline will help companies better understand the broader vision of supply chain finance.
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.
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.