The Clock is Ticking

In August 2017, S&P Global Market Intelligence published an analysis of where banks will set up their European hubs. Germany, […] Read more

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Action Plan for Banks in the West African Monetary Union

A new prudential framework applicable to banks and credit institutions in the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) is […] Read more

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Implications of the Revised Banking Chart of Accounts for the West African Financial System

Reforms to an accounting system that has been in force for nearly 20 years will help to increase the security […] Read more

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Regulatory reform in uncertain times: no rest for the weary

Despite “reform fatigue” and squeezed profit margins, financial services firms are dealing with a continued flood of regulation. Some are […] Read more

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Podcast: Implications of Banks Implementing IFRS 9

Greg Simpson, Head of Banking UK and banking experts Paul Hodgett and Pierre Latrobe discuss the implications of IFRS9, more […] Read more

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Are ICOs the New Future of Start-ups?

The term “ICO” is a common buzzword in investment circles these days. While these “Initial Coin Offerings” are distant cousins […] Read more

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Podcast: Why Banks Need to address Cyber Security

In this podcast Greg Simpson discusses cyber security with our expert Francisco Sanches. They discuss major threats such as emerging […] Read more

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The Evolution of Banking

Over a decade ago looking at the state banking webpage for my home state of New Jersey, there were approximately […] Read more

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The Emergence and Significance of ‘FX GLOBAL CODE-2017’

The FX Global Code (Code) was finally published by the Foreign Exchange Working Group (FXWG)[1] on 25th May 2017, clearly […] Read more

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Asset Management sector under scrutiny from UK regulator

The Asset Management industry is positioned to be the main focus of the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”). On 28 June […] Read more

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