BK Kalra
Jan 21, 2022

CIOs need to focus on keeping their IT infrastructure running smoothly, making better use of data and analytics, and getting the most from the cloud.

In June 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued a new standard for the timely reporting of report credit losses on loans and other financial instruments—and in the process, created one of the most significant changes in recent years for financial institutions.

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If necessity is the mother of invention, then there’s a new child in financial services that reconciles compliance and regulation with a seeming opposite: efficiency.

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Back in the good old days, robbers had to show up at banks, guns drawn, to make illicit withdrawals.

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On this episode of the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, we talk with Steve Ehrlich, lead analyst for emerging technologies at Spitzberg Partners LLC in New York.

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So, how hungry are you? In the financial context, this question extends far beyond the usual banking bill of fare.

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In December, shareholders of Chicago-based PrivateBancorp postponed a vote on whether to accept a $3.

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Is the password dead? Perhaps not, if you’re a kid trying to get past the door of a secret clubhouse.

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Last June, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued the final current expected credit loss (CECL) standard as a prevention technique to avoid a future financial crisis.

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“Is it worth it weighed against the potential penalties?” a senior banker recently asked.

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Enlisting the real-life equivalent of C-3PO, with his true-to-human behavior and unfailingly polite banter, may still be some years away for the world’s banks.

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EMV has been a much-discussed payments topic in recent years.

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Compliance with the requirements of Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations is too complex and challenging a job for a single bank department to manage.

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Parker Conrad’s LinkedIn page shows he has a thriving IT business, a loving family with “two princesses,” an electric car (a Chevy Volt, to be precise) and more than 500 connections.

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The past 10 years have seen an increase in the number and breadth of regulations aimed at the financial services industry, many of which stem from the financial crisis of 2007-’08.

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An employee in the human resources department received an email that looked like it was from the boss and opened the attached word file.

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With the rise of automated operating systems and smart phones, consumers now expect to interface with efficient, electronic programs in all aspects of their life—in turn, changing lives in the process.

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Wealth management firms find themselves at different stages of readiness as they work to comply with Department of Labor’s (DoL) new fiduciary rule announced in April 2016.

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Christopher DeAngelis is convinced that Millennials—notoriously loose with their personal information—make it much too easy for fraudsters to separate them from their money.

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The success of online marketplace lenders is motivating banks to find ways to partner with these companies, acquire them, or duplicate what they see happening in this new industry.

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