Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times, speaks about the current state of the financial industry. Mr. Wolf also talks about his concerns, predictions, and what we can expect in the months to come.
Not only have financial firms been hammered by losses due to risky investments, they are also losing clients to competitors as well. Research shows that firms couldn't have kept their clients by simply providing a few answers - something very....
Wall Street firms have been slow to hire, but there are a couple of skill sets that firms are actively looking to fill. Larry Tabb from Tabb Group discusses the hiring situation in the capital markets.
As Sibos 2009 closes, experts discuss some of the trends at the show, including the future of central clearing, risk management and how new applications can further increase efficiency in financial service.
Banks have combined over the years hoping to find the perfect match of clients, staff, and technology. Too often technology is never integrated. Integrating technology from two companies is no easy task, but cost and operating savings can be enormous
According to the findings in the 2009 Global Payments Report from the Royal Bank of Scotland and Capgemini, the global financial crisis has caused a decline in the overall global payments volume. Also, an IBM and S.W.I.F.T. study finds that risk mana
During the Sibos conference, Dushyant Shahrawat of TowerGroup is looking forward to hearing more about how the Asian economies are faring better than those of the U.S. and Europe, he said at the Camino-TowerGroup reception on the eve of Sibos 2009.