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REGULATORY HORIZON: EDITION 2

Capco's Regulatory Horizon newsletter. Providing actionable and inspiring insights in to the latest global regulatory agenda. In this issue: Delays to existing implementation dates and the formalization of proposed rule changes have been welcomed by many in financial services this year. However, the regulatory horizon is busier than you think. Are you ready for 2021 and beyond?
  • Tej Patel et al.
  • 30 April 2020
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PODCAST EPISODE #1

Tim Kobe, founder and CEO of 8-Inc, a creative collective and global design studio with over 200 designers and business creatives worldwide, has been at the forefront of designing new experiences for some of the most exciting brands, including Apple, Virgin, Tesla, City Bank and Coca Cola. In this launch episode of CapConversation, Kobe shares insights from over 30 years of service, along with good leadership values, design and influencers. 
  • Capco Digital
  • 09 September 2020
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TRENDS IN POST-MERGER INTEGRATION (PMI)

For firms to truly unlock the maximum value of their M&A activity, they must both incorporate the post-merger integration process early on as well as to adapt their integration strategy to involve industry changes.
  • Steven D’Angelo, Saloni Arora, Christine Janku and Jason Toporoff
  • 09 September 2020
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DIE GESUNDHEITSKRISE ALS SICHERHEITSKRISE: WIE KÖNNEN BANKEN REAGIEREN?

Bei Informationssicherheit geht es schon lange nicht mehr nur darum, Angriffe abzuwehren. Vielmehr sollten Finanzinstitute die Chance nutzen, Geschäftsmodelle neu auszurichten und ein auf die Zukunft ausgerichtetes innovatives Leistungsangebot zu entwickeln.
  • Nora Glasmeier, Enrico Aresu und Carsten Hahn
  • 09 September 2020
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CONDUCT IN COVID: PREVENTING THE NEXT RISK SCANDAL

In this report, we share how firms can form both a responsive and proactive conduct agenda in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Evert Bekker & Tommaso Galati
  • 08 September 2020
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AMLD5 AND THE ART MARKET - ART MARKET PARTICIPANTS MUST NOW ACT LIKE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO MITIGATE RISKS

Art market participants are used to doing business without much scrutiny, but must now comply with complex anti-money laundering regulations. Find out what they need to do to protect customer relationships while ensuring compliance.   
  • Jeroen Dossche, Eugénie Dumont, Anthony Verhelpen
  • 07 September 2020
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DEBUNKING SOME COMMON MYTHS OF ISLAMIC FINANCE

Islamic finance is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world, which should in theory target a vast portion of the global population. In this blog, I share some common myths about Islamic finance that must be debunked.
  • Rahul Lalwani
  • 03 September 2020
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LOAN ORIGINATION AND MONITORING: EBA’S FINAL STEP TO THE BALANCE SHEET REPAIR JOURNEY

The EBA’s final guidelines on Loan Origination & Monitoring will have a major impact on operational processes and data management infrastructure. Is your organization planning an urgent response?  
  • Guillaume Campagne, Zakariae Bhih
  • 01 September 2020
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DATA MANAGEMENT FOUNDATIONS FOR GETTING AHEAD AND STAYING AHEAD

A perfect storm of technological, economic and societal forces is driving the insurance industry towards accelerating investment in the digital and data science agenda. However, this is not without operational, legal and ethical risks. This paper examines the drivers for data management in the industry and how a lean and agile approach to data management reduces the burden of data curation and preparation, while simultaneously managing those risks and maintaining stakeholder participation and buy-in.
  • Alvin Tan
  • 01 September 2020
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ZERO-BASED-BUDGETING: GESAMTWIRTSCHAFTLICHEN UNSICHERHEITEN EFFEKTIV BEGEGNEN

Derzeit führen die wirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen von COVID-19 dazu, dass ZBB (wieder) in den Mittelpunkt rückt – insbesondere, weil es Kostensenkungen und mehr Flexibilität verspricht. Während das wirtschaftliche Umfeld weiterhin von Unsicherheit geprägt ist, ermöglicht die bisherige Art des inkrementellen Budgetierens mit wirtschaftlicher Volatilität, disruptiven Technologien und hartem Wettbewerb keine angemessene Kostenkontrolle.
  • Michelle Leon, Christopher Troedel
  • 31 August 2020