Fenergo

Fenergo is the digital enabler of client and regulatory technology for financial services. It provides Client Lifecycle Management (CLM) software solutions for Financial Institutions including; Corporate & Institutional Banking, Commercial & Retail Banking, Asset Management, Private Banking & Wealth Management.

Company Insights

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6 best practice principles to client & counterparty data management

8th July 2019

The role of client and counterparty risk management has assumed greater strategic importance over the last few years in light of heightened regulatory scrutiny and the introduction of new rules around AML/KYC, ultimate beneficial ownership, global data privacy and investor protection rules. With the growth of AI/RPA-enabled compliance processes,...
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How to ensure new technology fits in with legacy architecture

10th June 2019

It goes without saying that for commercial, business and retail banks, the digital experience is becoming synonymous with the customer experience. If banks want to keep up with the megabanks in the industry, they will need to adopt a more digital approach. However, for those stuck in a tangled web of legacy technology architecture, going...
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6 best practice principles to client & counterparty data management

20th May 2019

The role of client and counterparty risk management has assumed greater strategic importance over the last few years in light of heightened regulatory scrutiny and the introduction of new rules around AML/KYC, ultimate beneficial ownership, global data privacy and investor protection rules. With the growth of AI/RPA-enabled compliance processes,...
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5 benefits of digitalization in commercial and business banking

29th April 2019

Commercial and business banking clients often have a harder time opening a bank account than the average retail client, mainly due to the complex, siloed legacy technology that makes up most banks’ back, middle and front office operations. Banks share the frustration of difficult and lengthy onboarding solutions with their clients. Not only...
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The role of collaboration and culture in digital transformation

2nd April 2019

For digital transformation to be a success, collaboration is crucial. While technology enables new ways of working, collaboration is the key catalyst to moving the dial on digital transformation programme success. Digital-first, customer-centric financial institutions that have achieved harmony between digital transformation and collaboration share...
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The future of client onboarding for financial institutions

5th March 2019

Emerging new technologies are revolutionizing how financial institutions conduct client onboarding procedures across their organizations. The drive towards digital transformation is led by the need to tackle the biggest operational challenges that financial institutions currently face along with carving out the future of the digital client...
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Why digitalization is the way forward for private banking and wealth management

18th February 2019

High net worth individuals (HNWI) that utilize the services of a private bank have traditionally been given high-end experiences associated with luxury brands, namely their own dedicated investment advisor, personalized products and services and a reliance on appointment-based face-to-face meetings during conventional office hours. This high...
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How regtech will digitally transform asset management in 2019

24th January 2019

As the world becomes increasingly digital, start-ups specializing in blockchain and fintech are transforming businesses across the board. Yet with constantly changing regulation and the need to compete with digital disruption, 2019 will be the year when regtech rises to the top of the agenda for the c-suite in financial institutions. ...
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5 ways disruptive technologies will transform AML compliance

3rd December 2018

There is no doubt that the financial world is undergoing radical transformation, aided by the plethora of newer and more disruptive technologies. In fact, it’s safe to say that financial services will be virtually unrecognizable in the next 10 years. However, some things remain the same. Banks will always have client, regulatory, operational...
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2008-2018: Assessing the impact of global AML & sanctions fines

4th October 2018

Since the financial crisis started in 2008, institutions around the world have had to deal with regulation after regulation being introduced to increase transparency and to create a safer, robust and more transparency transparent financial system. Between 2009 and 2012 alone, more than 50,000 regulations were published across the G20, with almost...