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.

Delivering “Best-in-Class” customer service to commercial clients is an often-expressed commitment in bank vision statements.

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Cost-cutting culture has hit the banking industry.

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The high stakes world of bank cyber security can take inspiration from the traditional bank vault.

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Federal bank and credit union examiners insist that a reliable system for tracking exceptions needs to be part of any loan portfolio management process.

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Over the last few years, risk management has steadily ballooned into a highly complicated process for financial institutions of all sizes.

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Despite the best efforts of financial institutions around the globe, online fraud continues to happen.

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At a time when customers want more personalized service, financial institutions must balance credit risks with the importance of maintaining and nurturing customer relationships.

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The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, signed into law in 2010, seeks to tighten the reins on national banking institutions by strengthening the legal standards for the preemption of state laws, thereby making it harder for banks to avoid liability under state law.

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In March 2012, the Obama Administration announced its Big Data Research and Development Initiative.

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The causes of the recent financial crisis are well known – the tremendous expansion of subprime mortgages and their proliferation through the international financial system via securitization, for example.

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If ever an incident breathed life into an essential discipline, it was the 2008 discovery that a rogue trader lost €4.

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We recently celebrated the two hundredth birthday of Charles Darwin, who broke through the prejudiced views of the religious world of the Victorian era by being brave enough to say we were descended from apes.

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During the 1970s, U.

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The potential impacts of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and of the guidelines described in Basel III have been felt from large banks to community banks around the country.

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Banks developing new products and services need to pay as much attention to how they plan to describe and market the offerings as to their actual design.

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As we navigate the fallout of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, focus on the rapidly changing threats to information security, radically improve compliance infrastructures to support regulatory imperatives and work out new and sustainable business models, it almost seems unfair to throw another area of concern at banks.

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Banks go to great lengths to safeguard their customer’s personal information and finances but the rapid adoption of multi-channel strategies increases the pressure on current authentication practices.

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Distributed denial-of-services (DDoS) attacks against banks grab headlines, but so far, most of the estimated $110 billion annual cost from cyber crime seems to come from other schemes.

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Just two days after the election I will be attending a lunch at which former senator Christopher Dodd, best known as the co-author of the famous (or infamous) Dodd-Frank law will speak to a business group.

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