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CDFIs as an Alternative to Payday Lenders

Posted by on Mar 8, 2016 in Articles, Customer Relationship Management | Comments Off on CDFIs as an Alternative to Payday Lenders

What will stop CDFIs filling the gap left by the withdrawal of payday lenders?

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Impact of the Recast DGSD upon UK Banks Part 1

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in Articles, Customer Relationship Management, General, Management Information, News | Comments Off on Impact of the Recast DGSD upon UK Banks Part 1

This article sets out the proposed changes facing UK Banks as a result of the PRA’s Consultation Paper on the recast EU DGSD.

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Personal Data Management and Identity Assurance in Banks

Posted by on Jun 19, 2014 in Articles, Channels, Customer Relationship Management, Management Information | Comments Off on Personal Data Management and Identity Assurance in Banks

What opportunities exist for banks in light of the rise of personal data management and identity assurance technologies.

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Banking Disintegration – A New Industry?

Posted by on Aug 15, 2010 in Articles, Banking Product Engines, Channels, Customer Relationship Management, General | 0 comments

Discussion of banking disintegration, focussing on the various complexities arising from the partial divestment of RBS branches to the Santander Group. The specific problems of divestment might spawn a new IT service industry.

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Appendix to the Credit Crunch article

Posted by on Jul 21, 2008 in Articles, Banking Product Engines, Customer Relationship Management, General | 0 comments

This Appendix highlights why Banks lend to each other and the three means that are used: (1) Money Market Loan and Deposits; (2) Syndicated Loans and Loan Markets; (3) Securitisation and CDOs.

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The Credit Crunch – so what for IT and Operations?

Posted by on Jul 20, 2008 in Articles, Banking Product Engines, Customer Relationship Management, General | 0 comments

What has happened to Interbank markets over the last 6 months, why has this happened and what is the expected impact on IT and Operations. There are two main areas of change as a result of the credit crunch for IT and Operations; (1) Stop / Run down programmes, and (2) New MI based on Capital. These are discussed further in the article.

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