• Robert Stowe England
    Robert Stowe England Jun 7, 2017

    Cognitive computing’s smart new approach to regulation and money laundering

    Beating back the regs and catching the crooks is enough to make any banker fly the white flag. Here’s how two industry leaders plan to win the battle.

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  • Improving Fixed Income, Courtesy of the Fed

    David Austin Jul 23, 2014

    The Fed’s recent guidance on future changes in interest rates provides bankers with an unusual opportunity to improve their returns on the fixed income market

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  • The ‘Red Pill’ Moment for Financial Services

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    Chris Skinner May 6, 2014

    While old world banks are scrambling to respond to the regulatory agenda, new world banks are stealing away their customers.

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  • Dodd-Frank’s Preemption Problem

    • David A. Elliott
    • Richard C. Keller
    • Rachel R. Friedman
    May 14, 2013

    The Dodd-Frank legislation makes it harder for banks to avoid liability under state law by making it more difficult for them to raise the ‘preemption’ argument.

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  • Big Regulation’s Big Data

    • Richik Sarkar
    • Benjamin C. Galea
    May 8, 2013

    Banks are accustomed to thinking about Big Data in terms of marketing but regulatory compliance nowadays also requires some very big data.

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  • How Do Banks Survive? Because of Regulations

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    Chris Skinner Mar 1, 2013

    In a survival-of-the-fittest financial world, banks owe their survival to regulatory barriers that keep out more efficient competitors.

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