Financial Services

The 2015 banking cloud debate needs to move beyond “is it safe”?

By: Hugh Cumberland - 12 Nov 2014

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Next year will see the Cloud Banking World Series take place in London, New York, Hong Kong and Dubai. Given its scale, one could be forgiven for thinking that the banking community worldwide has finally embraced cloud. But instead the series is billed as “the world’s first dedicated education journey”. Read more


The electronification of Asia’s FX markets is only just beginning

By: Ralph Achkar - 07 Nov 2014

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The electronification of global FX markets is continuing apace. Like equities before it, cost pressures and increasing regulation have changed the commercial landscape, directing trading volumes away from human traders to computers. Read more


The technology and infrastructure challenges of Scottish independence

By: Hugh Cumberland - 18 Sep 2014

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Tomorrow’s Scottish Referendum results could have major repercussions for the UK’s banks, and the wider financial services landscape. Hugh Cumberland considers the critical issues at hand for Scottish regulators to decide. Read more


Best-practice risk controls emerging from new Asia regulation

By: Jay Hibbin - 12 May 2014

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Jay Hibbin explores what the latest developments in HFT regulation might mean for businesses
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Source of trust

By: Hugh Cumberland - 17 Jan 2014

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For many companies in the financial sector, the resilience of their systems is vital to their business model and an area where no compromises can be made. Read more


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