Category Archives: Regulatory Change

Can Marketing and Compliance Share a Playbook?
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Can Marketing and Compliance Share a Playbook?

I recently read an article in the Winter 2017 MIT Sloan Management Review, Mastering the Market Intelligence Challenge (Chari, Luce & Thukral). In this work, the authors address how “many multinationals simply import their domestic models into emerging markets.” And whilst this work is directed towards those who deal with market intelligence in emerging markets, […]

The Third Wave Of Technology Transformation For Banking And Financial Services
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The Third Wave Of Technology Transformation For Banking And Financial Services

Banking and Financial Services industry is undergoing a strategic shift with the advent of disruptive technologies such as Fintech, Blockchain, and IoT which are challenging the established technology based banking models. This may be the third wave of technology transformation to reshape the modern financial institutions around the world, the first two being ‘computerization’, which […]

5 Steps To Stay Ahead Of Regulatory Change
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5 Steps To Stay Ahead Of Regulatory Change

Banking and Financial Services Institutions across the globe are struggling to keep pace with regulatory change, and, quite often, grappling with the sheer volume and the complexity of these updates can be a laborious, up-hill battle. According to a survey by MetricStream which polled the responses of 123 compliance professionals across North America & Europe, […]