More trading compliance webcasts


  • A Bank Systems & Technology Live Webcast: Adjacent Innovations In Digital Banking: How Moving Beyond Mobile RDC Can Drive Business Value

  • The list of banks offering - and customers using - mobile remote deposit capture (RDC), the "killer app" that has helped drive the explosion in mobile banking adoption, has grown rapidly in the past two years. But the real value of this breakthrough is in the lessons and insights banks and digital strategists can draw from mobile RDC about customer engagement, process efficiency and revenue generation. These will yield adjacent innovations: next-generation services and offerings that stem from the elements and principles of mobile RDC.

  • Using Agile BI to Increase Efficiency, Improve Productivity, and Reduce Errors in Financial Processing

  • You are invited to our live, interactive webinar featuring the Vice President of Information Technology of Century Lending, a loan funding company.

  • Bank of America's Journey to the Cloud: Lessons learned to ensure your Private Cloud is efficient, low risk, and meets business needs.

  • Bank of America is mid-way through building one of world's largest private clouds that will house over 100,000 of the banks' workloads. With an environment of this size and many critical business services, the team has encountered and addressed just about every possible scenario and potential pitfall in moving their infrastructure over to a private cloud based on VMware technologies.

  • Preparing for "Cyber Pearl Harbor": Recent trends and options to mitigate DDoS attacks

  • Leon Panetta, U.S. Secretary of Defense, has said the recent spate of attacks on banks foreshadow a "Cyber Pearl Harbor." Join Neustar and Arbor Networks as we analyze these recent attacks and the implication they have on DDoS mitigation solutions. We'll also review a recent survey of mitigation solutions and their results in practice as well as take a deeper look at why some solutions work better than others.

  • Real-Time Transactional Scoring: How to Do it Better, Faster with Less Expense

  • Business growth is attained by attracting new customers and expanding your footprint with existing customers though a combination of cross-selling and up-selling new products and services. This growth must be balanced with the capability to improve fraud detection and deliver better customer service. Maximizing growth while limiting exposure to fraud requires insight into all customer interactions as they are happening so those interactions can be applied to today's interaction with historical behavioral patterns to determine the best course of action for right now. Today, many customers are exploring the possibility of scoring their data in real-time but are unable to proceed due to the technical limitations of how the scoring of new transactional data must be handled. Being dependent on a real-time web services call/response can result in much higher costs, not to mention the possible impact to service levels with network bandwidth limitations. By incorporating the scoring algorithms directly within the transactional application, you will have better insight into customer behavior at the point of interaction — at a price point you can afford.

  • Telecommunication & Collocation for Financial Markets

  • Your company's telecommunications services including voice-over-IP (VoIP), WAN connectivity, telecom expense and inventory management, and IP data solutions are too important to leave to chance. While doing it all in house – or outsourcing to a single carrier – may seem like a good idea, your support and downtime may not be enough to protect your organization.

  • Behind the Scenes: 4 IT Tips for Compliance Audits

  • Regulatory compliance is top of mind for many bankers these days, as the global nature of banking organizations' activities means a myriad of regulations to contend with. But compliance shouldn't be something banks begrudgingly deal with; given the current state of the security environment -- such as the recent widely reported cyber attacks against major U.S. banks -- being compliant is way for banks to be more secure.

  • Engagement Banking: Building Relationships Through Online and Mobile Channels

  • Bank customers today want a superior online experience. Given the proliferation of touch points involving smartphones, apps, social media and online banking – today's consumers are in control when it comes to the provision of banking services. In this webcast, you will hear about the key trends driving the era of engagement banking, best practices for online and mobile banking and gain insight on major challenges in upgrading both online and mobile channels.

  • Delivering on Real-time and Cross-Channel Fraud Detection: Effectively Responding to Increasing Velocity and Channels

  • Customers are embracing new delivery channels such as mobile and new products such as electronic check presentment and online transactions passing through ACH and wire systems while continuing to use traditional branch, telephone and ATM banking. In this multi-channel world, customers demand that transactions occur fast and in real-time so that, for example, transactions conducted at the ATM are immediately reflected in their mobile banking app.

  • Dashboard Technology That Can Drive Better Decisions and Grow With Your Organization

  • As data volumes continue to grow exponentially, dashboards remain an incredibly important part of a financial institution's use of data for business efficiency and monitoring. Lately, the demand for dashboards has grown from all sides of the organization. However, with new demand, comes extra complexity in expectations, new needs and extra time requirements for developers. Gone are the days of static reports and dashboards.

  • Maximizing Value Through Enterprise Architecture

  • Post financial crisis, financial institutions have to focus more intensely than ever on holding down costs and return on investment. It's never been more critical for banks to optimize their business processes and gain efficiencies wherever possible. However, many banking organizations still struggle to gain an enterprise-wide view of customers, channels and risks. This not only hampers IT strategy, it also creates significant obstacles toward achieving regulatory compliance and providing a quality customer experience.

  • Solvency at Risk: Outdated technology failing the buy-side

  • What does your firm own? What are your portfolios worth? How big is your exposure? Answers to these questions are key to managing your firm’s solvency. However when 56% of the North American buy-side lack confidence in their current accounting systems; 30% admit it would take days or weeks to calculate exposure across all holdings; 40% concede investments decisions are made using poor quality data; it’s time to ask if outdated technology is failing the buy-side. Join us for this 60 minute webinar and gain insight on:

  • Live Event: How Market Participants Can Prevent and Respond To Technology Errors In Real-Time

  • On October 2, the SEC is holding a market technology roundtable focusing on best practices to ensure adequate testing and use of software systems. The SEC is hoping to determine out the best way to respond to errors in the marketplace, given the speed with which a single error can snowball into market mayhem. Following a number of incidents this year, including Nasdaq’s botched Facebook IPO, BATS’ failed IPO and Knight Capital’s $400 million software disaster, market structure and software testing has become an even higher priority for market participants.

  • Delivering optimized outcomes with advanced case management at Union Bank

  • How labor and document intensive are your organization's back office processes? Banks have embarked on initiatives to automate and streamline these processes. Some operations, however, have inherent complexities that require new approaches. After struggling with custom applications to support its personal and corporate customers, Union Bank found itself buried in paper for multiple processes, backoffice rework, branch bags, and unable to track work being completed. These challenges led to extensive rework, manual tracking, and compliance risks.

  • HFT Under Attack: Using Big Data to Find New Trading Correlations and Opportunities

  • High-frequency trading (HFT) has been in the spotlight recently as market participants have debated the value of HFT for investors. While only a certain number of players compete at the ultra-low latency level, many other players are taking advantage of technologies utilizing models and strategies that leverage new data sets as well as more types of information. For instance, many firms are using Big Data technologies, coupled with complex event processing (CEP) and in-memory data analytics engines to uncover new trading opportunities. Big Data, which collects and brings in various newer types of data such as mobile tracking data and web search histories, can help traders and portfolio managers uncover the next trend or up and coming company. But how can market participants take advantage of Big Data without increasing latency or breaking the bank. Join Ivy Schmerken, editor-at-large for Wall Street & Technology, Dushyant Shahrawat, senior analyst at TowerGroup, and SAP/Sybase for an editorial webcast that will focus on the opportunities when it comes using Big Data in a trading strategy.

  • Driving and Managing Innovative Mobile Banking and Insurance Applications

  • The mobile market is changing rapidly - driven by increased consumer demands and the continual introduction of new and innovative technologies. In order to keep up with this rapidly changing market space and technology pace, integrated tools are required to help quickly plan, design, build and test mobile applications.

  • Turn FATCA and Compliance into a Business Opportunity

  • Financial services organizations still have time to implement a successful and sustainable Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) solution given the timing:

  • Next Generation Messaging Technology: Helping Firms Trade Smarter and Reduce Costs

  • The need for the right messaging middleware is more important than ever, as more buy-side firms and broker/dealers seek robust electronic trading strategies with unfailing system reliability and pre-trade analytics to make better trading decisions. But this need comes at a time when technology spending is declining across the capital markets, as firms try to cut costs but still fund strategic new projects. The right messaging middleware can meet all of these challenges.

  • Audit Survival for Regulated Collaborative Lifecycle Management

  • For software development teams in regulated industries, the ability to demonstrate compliance with a complex and dynamic set of regulations, including internal control of software development processes, is costly and challenging. IBM has given you process definition and enactment with lifecycle traceability through CLM. View this webcast to learn exactly how we take that further to support segregation of duties, work authorization, and audit report generation. We'll show you out of the box functionality as well as extensions, report templates, and tips and tricks. View this webcast if you care about reducing costs and risks of software development compliance.

  • Managing the Data Deluge: The Pros and Pitfalls of Solid-State Storage

  • As databases continue to expand at an exponential rate, financial organizations are challenged to find ways to efficiently analyze the data in a timely manner. With no end in the proliferation of data, how can firms use all of the data in their data warehouses? Just storing the data doesn't provide any value. Analyzing the data for better customer service, new products or to respond to regulatory queries is how firms can get more value from their data. But given all of the business challenges, how can IT organizations respond to the data analytics needs from various business units without adding massive amounts of CPU processing power?

  • Managing the Data Deluge, the Pros and Pitfalls of Solid-State Storage

  • As databases continue to expand at an exponential rate, financial organizations are challenged to find ways to efficiently analyze the data in a timely manner. With no end in the proliferation of data, how can firms use all of the data in their data warehouses? Just storing the data doesn't provide any value. Analyzing the data for better customer service, new products or to respond to regulatory queries is how firms can get more value from their data. But given all of the business challenges, how can IT organizations respond to the data analytics needs from various business units without adding massive amounts of CPU processing power?

  • Strategies for Optimizing the Mobile Customer Experience

  • Mobile banking has evolved so much and become such a prominent channel in its brief lifespan that it is hard to define it as “emerging” anymore. With various reports indicating anywhere from 15-20 percent of the banking population engaging in mobile, it is becoming an ever-larger segment of the customer base. Yet many banks still haven’t mastered the mobile customer experience.

  • Is Your Finance, Risk and Regulatory Strategy Fractured? Providing Value by Converging Finance, Risk and Compliance Information

  • Financial services firms are reshaping how their finance, risk, compliance and treasury department processes, information and infrastructures are aligned. External mandates have established the requirements, and business pressures have forced reaction. Does your firm understand the impacts of its financial and treasury decisions related to customers, transactions, or asset investments? Are conventional accounting (ledger), financing (capital), and treasury (cash/liquidity) practices yielding the desired outcomes while minimizing your firm's risk exposure? These decisions are determining the course and success of strategies. Be it banking, capital markets or insurance, all financial firms will need to rely on their best information to make the best decision.

  • Overcoming the Great Cross-Channel Divide in Financial Services

  • It’s no secret that banks and other financial services organizations continue to struggle to provide customers with an integrated banking experience across channels. Now, with more users accessing financial services applications over smart phones and tablets, in addition to traditional methods including in a bank branch, over the phone and, yes, a "traditional" website, firms are challenged to meet customers’ increasing demands for synchronized real-time updates. In addition, customers expect a similar "look and feel" no matter the channel or method of delivery. Although banks are still challenged to match the pace of technological change, newer technologies can make it easier to connect with customers through whatever channel they prefer.

  • Leading an Effective Mobile Strategy: 6 Pitfalls to Avoid

  • As mobile becomes not only an increasingly dominant channel for bank/customer interactions and transactions, but also an essential tool for employees at all levels to do their jobs more effectively, it's time for banks to step back and take a cold, hard look at their strategies for growing and supporting mobile. Considering that the use of mobile banking services is expected to approach 50 percent by 2016 compared to 15 percent today, according to advisory firm AlixPartners LLP, it might seem that nothing could slow the momentum of banking's embrace of mobile solutions. However, as mobile shifts from a unique differentiator to "table stakes" in which all financial institutions are investing, the risks of misplaced investments or ineffective deployment of resources are potentially much more acute.