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  • Refinitiv’s Innovation and the Fight against Financial Crime Report revealed that ‘97% of respondents believe that technology can significantly help with financial crime prevention’. 73% of respondents are struggling to harness technological advancements when embracing innovation in the fight against financial crime. 72% of respondents...

  • Japan’s financial services industry is faced with persistent and structural challenges, not least negative interest rates. At a recent financial regulation summit, we considered whether innovation is able to deliver a fintech boost for Japanese banking. An ageing population, financial inclusion, technological innovation, and market...

  • Very good people can be very good targets for fraud – just because they are good, and want to help others. On stage in Stockholm, IBM security consultant Anne Leslie framed cybersecurity as an issue of culture and learning.

  • Multibillion dollar losses in the financial markets over the last two decades have served to focus companies’ attention on management of market risks. In many cases these losses have arisen from new investment related product innovation or a mere misunderstanding of the risks inherent in...

  • While lower-value cross-currency payments are traditionally considered a ‘nuisance’ by many corporates and financial institutions, a new approach could yield benefits to both, says Timothy Merrell, Head of FX4Cash, Global Transaction Banking at Deutsche Bank. https://www.treasury-management.com/article/4/110/947/cross-currency-payments-can-yield-profits-for-many-institutions.html

  • The environmental sustainability of Asia’s biggest companies is examined in the first edition of Refinitiv’s Financing a Sustainable Future in Asia. Drawing on our ESG database, we reveal a large gap between intention and action when it comes to environmental sustainability efforts. The first edition...

  • The events of 2008 have shaken up the risk management approach of multinational corporations (MNCs) and have given renewed emphasis to the way they handle a range of financial risks, such as commodity purchasing, liquidity, FX and funding. These issues have come to the fore...

  • Traditionally, market risk is defined as the risk of losses in on- and off- balance sheet exposures as a result of market movements. The market events surrounding the 2008-credit crisis force us to have a deeper understanding of market risk process and to present its...

  • The EU’s 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5AMLD), which comes into force on 10 January 2020, tightens regulatory controls across more sectors, including crypto currencies. How will the various changes of the 5th AML Directive impact you? The scope of the 5th AML Directive extends to...

  • The LIBOR interest rate benchmark will be phased out by the end of 2021. Where can banks and borrowers get the data and insight they need for managing the LIBOR transition to alternative risk-free reference rates? The phasing out of LIBOR by the end of...

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