The revolution in artificial intelligence promises new leads in banks’ fight against dirty money. Alexander Campbell of Risk.net hosted a live online forum, in association with NICE Actimize, to investigate the applications of this emergent technology
The world of financial crime is evolving at a rapid pace. The tools and technologies used to aid crime are constantly developing, causing the nature of modern crimes to be unpredictable and difficult to detect
Faced with massive financial crime challenges, many banks have responded by scaling up their functions. However, these investigations take way too much time and require unending growth in person-power
The Risk Technology Awards 2018 have highlighted how new technologies are bringing recognition for vendors
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Pieter Entius, head of trading at Flow Traders, discusses how Eurex Market-on-Close can deliver listed solutions for basis trading
Vendor expects more demand from squeezed banks; move also hints at modular future for risk systems
Philip Moyer, Enterprise Cloud and Financial Technologies, Amazon Web Services, discusses the biggest government, regulatory and compliance (GRC) challenges organisations face today, how moving to the cloud can help firms prevent potential cyber attacks…
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In the second installment of this two-part series, Lee Olesky discusses Tradeweb's technology and the role the firm's network plays in enabling electronic fixed-income trading.
Victor Anderson sits down with Tradeweb's CEO, Lee Olesky, to discuss the highlights and challenges the firm has experienced over the last 20 years.
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Cloud could revolutionise ETRM systems but hurdles persist, according to survey
Commodity trading and risk management software moves to the cloud, but experts urge caution