Monthly Archives: February 2017

5 Recommendations For Effective Governance, Risk And Compliance Management
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5 Recommendations For Effective Governance, Risk And Compliance Management

Cloud adoption continues to grow, which is evident from the fact that annual 2016 revenues for cloud vendors were “within touching distance” of $150 billion. Gartner also predicts that, a corporate ‘no-cloud’ policy will be as rare by 2020 as a ‘no-Internet’ policy is today. However, a ‘’cloud-ready’ security and compliance program is the need […]

Basel IV: The Next Step for Capital Requirements
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Basel IV: The Next Step for Capital Requirements

Basel IV will certainly have operational impacts on the day-to-day governance and risk management of financial institutions – but it also stands to have a wider impact on the competitive banking market. These effects could include industry consolidation and a change in banking portfolios, which could eventually lead to a reduction in choice for their […]

Walking The Line Between Personalization And Privacy
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Walking The Line Between Personalization And Privacy

2017 promises significant shifts in retailer tactics as they embrace more intimate conversations, leveraging the power of digital devices, analytics and channels. Walking the fine line between becoming a trusted advisor, to intrusion and perceived (or actual) privacy violations, will become as much of a science as it is an art in today’s world. Here’s […]

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Governance, Risk and Compliance
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The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Governance, Risk and Compliance

Organisations of all sizes are facing growing pressure to improve performance. They’re expected to drive efficiency, sales and profits, while cutting costs and upholding corporate integrity. The challenge is made more complex by the growing plethora of risks that are constantly reshaping the business landscape. For example, there’s the political risk caused by Trump and […]