A panel of experts discuss the challenges posed new regulation - and in particular, those relating to data collection and reporting
It's now more important than ever for financial institutions to capture information in as close to real time as possible, consolidate that information across geographies and business lines to get a firm-wide view of risk, and then report that data to regulators. That clearly poses a number of technology challenges.
In this webinar, a panel of industry experts talk about some of the changes banks are having to make to cope with new regulations - and in particular, the huge challenges they pose in terms of data collection, analysis and reporting.
The panel comprises:
Neil McGovern, senior marketing director, SAP
Sanjay Sharma, chief risk officer, global arbitrage and trading, RBC Capital Markets
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