This article sets out the proposed changes facing UK Banks as a result of the PRA’s Consultation Paper on the recast EU DGSD.
The success of a bank lies in the management and interplay between a number of important banking concepts. This article explores these concepts, which form the key drivers behind decisions made by bank managers and demonstrate their significance to the sustainable long term operation of banks.
What opportunities exist for banks in light of the rise of personal data management and identity assurance technologies.
This paper looks at the three industry models for how account portability could be achieved, the aim being to make it even easier to switch banks. It analyses these models from the perspective of what leverage the banks could get from the different models.
This article looks at how the UK’s Big 5 banks will be affected by the Independent Commission on Banking’s legislation on Ring Fencing
Presentation on the likely future shape and size of banks conditioned by the emerging changes in regulation.
This article looks at three questions the regulators should be asking all large money transmission banks as a result of the RBS systems incident in June 2012.
This article describes how a separation might be achieved in systems and operations terms to support the Independent Banking Commission’s recent reforms and the Financial Stability Boards’ “Living Wills” requirements.
This article describes how Investment and Retail Banks are connected.
Banks have been making IT Changes rather unsuccessfully recently. This article suggests there is a pattern with root causes and concludes that Banks will have to change their change implementation strategies in the near future to avoid worse failures.