Topic "Financial Services – General"
A recent conversation with a Generation D about the provider of their current account, apart from the name of the provider, they said they knew nothing about them. They knew nothing about the types of financial products they provide, how they provide them or to whom. They didn’t seem to care about any of this... more
Once upon a time, there were 3 Information Architects working in the financial services industry, each with different firms and backgrounds but all responsible for recommending the right technology solutions to help their firms comply with industry regulations including ongoing bank stress testing across the globe. Since 2008, bank regulators have been focused on measuring... more
Every fall Informatica sales leadership puts together its strategy for the following year. The revenue target is typically a function of the number of sellers, the addressable market size and key accounts in a given territory, average spend and conversion rate given prior years’ experience, etc. This straight forward math has not changed in probably... more
This was a great week of excitement and innovation here in San Francisco starting with the San Francisco Giants winning the National League Pennant for the 3rd time in 5 years on the same day Saleforce’s Dreamforce 2014 wrapped up their largest customer conference with over 140K+ attendees from all over the world talking about... more
Regardless of the industry, new regulatory compliance requirements are more often than not treated like the introduction of a new tax. A few may be supportive, some will see the benefits, but most will focus on the negatives – the cost, the effort, the intrusion into private matters. There will more than likely be a... more
It has never been a more challenging time to be a Chief Risk Officer at a financial services firm. New regulations (CCAR, Basel III, BCBS 239, Solvency II, EMIR) have increased the complexity of the role. Today, risk management organizations must use precise data to measure risk, allocate capital and cover exposure. In addition, they... more