Tag: financial services

Internet of Things
Anne Belder 0
Why we need digital banks

We often hear from retail bank customers that they aren't satisfied with the revenue captured through digital channels. It was therefore with great interest that I embarked on the mission to understand Chris Skinner’s book Digital Bank. Why we need digital banks The book starts by painting the landscape of

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In a small (and uncertain) world

The start of the year seems to have been full of uncertainty for European financial markets. This seems to apply to everything from Greek debt to bankers’ bonuses and, despite access to so much information about what is happening globally, it remains difficult to understand what is certain fact and

David Park 0
Doesn’t everyone use an anti-money laundering solution?

Recently I had the privilege to attend two customer events hosted at SAS’ new Executive Briefing Center. The first was a two-day SAS anti-money laundering (AML) customer connections workgroup which was then followed by the 7th Annual Terrorism Financing and Money Laundering Forum. Some of you may be thinking, “Isn’t anti-money

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Trends in money laundering

New for this year's Annual Terrorism Financing and Money Laundering Forum, the afternoon sessions were divided into two tracks, anti-money laundering (AML) and fraud, each featuring a topical presentation and a panel discussion. During the AML panel discussion on emerging trends, representatives from several US law enforcement agencies and the

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Working together to fight terrorism and fraud

Sunday marked 10 years since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks forever changed our focus on threats to US security. Last week, SAS hosted the 7th annual Terrorism Financing and Money Laundering Forum, a day of information sharing among the key players from both the public and private sectors in the

Customer Intelligence
David Wallace 0
Everything old CAN be new again!

The first-annual SPARK! Financial Services Executive Summit used an unexpected approach to collaboration to generate unconventional ideas about the future of financial services. The ideas came from enthusiastic and engaged senior executives from across the financial services industry who are all committed to improving the industry’s image in the eyes

Customer Intelligence
Waynette Tubbs 0
Banks: Bringing back the hometown feel

I’m attending a Bank Administration Institute (BAI) event in Las Vegas this week. BAI is well-respected for its research, professional development and networking opportunities for banks and banking professionals. The conference, BAI Retail Delivery, is primarily attended by community banks and large regionals, but the topics are anything but colloquial.

Customer Intelligence
Deb Orton 0
Feeling good about the work we do

How do marketers help to fight terrorism? Today I experienced one way...run a top-notch conference that allows private sector banks, law enforcement and regulatory agencies to come together and collaborate with an objective to stop Terrorism Financing. Just two days before the anniversary of the largest terrorist attack on US

Risk Management
Jonathan Hornby 0
New approaches in Risk Management

Over 80 banks in America have been closed down this year and others have announced higher trading losses amidst increased regulatory scrutiny. Finland was the first country to announce a double dip recession. Northern Rock cut 650 jobs as part of their restructuring efforts. We’re obviously not out of the