Treasury Management Systems Insights

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The power of graph technology for insurance price comparison

9th March 2017

Company: Neo Technology
Emil Eifrem of Neo Technology explains how Wobi, Israel’s best known price comparison website for pensions and insurance, is using graph technology to enhance its service and stay ahead of the competition Graph databases are helping the financial sector innovate new and exciting services because, unlike traditional relational databases,... read more
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Trading places: How automation technology is changing the trading floor

6th March 2017

Company: FIS
Bob Santella, Head of Global Trading’, Institutional & Wholesale, FIS The cash equities trading desks at large banking firms were once manned by hoards of staff. But increasingly this is becoming less so. Within this, there is a telling story that highlights the extent to which technology is fundamentally altering the face of trading... read more
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How machine learning technology is making rules-based systems obsolete in anomaly detection: Jim Heinzman interview

3rd March 2017

Company: bobsguide
In an exclusive interview with bobsguide, Jim Heinzman, Executive Vice President-Financial Services Solutions at ThetaRay, explains why the emergence of omnichannel banking and regulatory burdens are neccesitating an evolution of anomaly detection technology, and why he expects to see more banks partnering with fintech companies in order replace... read more
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What does the future hold for big data?

3rd March 2017

Company: Hello Soda
James Blake, CEO of Hello Soda Big data is an area that companies are increasingly keen to invest in, and for good reason – with more data being collected and analysed than ever before, it’s essential for companies to understand it and make use of it in the best way that they can. Many of the decisions that are made within the... read more
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The payments innovation landscape: How India is leapfrogging more developed markets

2nd March 2017

Company: PayU
Laurent Le Moal CEO, PayU Whilst the western world has enjoyed mature banking and payment systems for some time, a new wave of payments innovation is now taking place globally. In fact, some markets traditionally regarded as less mature are now leapfrogging countries with more established infrastructure. Free from the burden of legacy... read more
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Will 2017 be the 'year of the API' in the finance industry?

28th February 2017

Pedro Alexandre Salgueiro - Business Development Director, CRITICAL Software Right now, the banking sector is rife with talk about ‘APIs’, ‘PSD2’ and ‘fintech’ companies. It’s clear that something’s going on, so what is everyone talking about? Simply put, banks are facing the prospect of a... read more
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Fix Trading Community EMEA Trading Conference preview

27th February 2017

Company: bobsguide
The Fix Trading Community EMEA Conference 2017 takes place this Thursday, 2 March, at the Old Billingsgate Market in London. The trading conference is back for it’s ninth year with a full day of panel debates, talks and networking events from innovators and industry specialists. The event will see attendees the likes of Bank of... read more
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Corporate treasury systems: How to select the right provider in 2017

27th February 2017

Company: bobsguide
The role of treasurers has evolved substantially in the past decade or so, and consequently the software underpins treasury management has also needed to develop. Corporate treasury management software is one of the fastest moving areas of fintech, and financial institutions and businesses are keen to upgrade outdated legacy software in order to... read more
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The eight components of a secure trading network

27th February 2017

Company: FIX Flyer LLC
Scottish philosopher Thomas Reid wrote in his Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man: “In every chain of reasoning, the evidence of the last conclusion can be no greater than that of the weakest link of the chain, whatever may be the strength of the rest”. In the 21st century we understand this to mean that you are only as strong... read more
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The missing MiFID II info: Costs and charges transparency definitions; your questions answered

24th February 2017

Company: targit GmbH
Hans van der Linde, targit GmbH Although the framework regarding the ex-ante and ex-post cost transparency seems to be well defined by ESMA in MiFID II, a number of questions remain unanswered and leave the directive open for misinterpretation, confusion and potential conflicts between customers and their financial institutions or brokers. In... read more