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Improve Compliance and Outcomes with Data

Let’s face it, financial services institutions’ main business objectives are to generate revenue, grow the business and be competitive. Most firms, though, are caught up in ever-increasing cost and resource burdens from dramatic increases in regulatory obligations. Data is changing the world as we know it and pulling us from our comfort zones into change, transformation and, in some cases, uncertainty. Let’s delve into how financial services firms can use their data to navigate these complex changes in regulatory and legal obligations. Learn how to monetize data for better business revenue and outcomes.

In this session, we’ll examine two solutions that allow you to apply your data to simplify compliance and risk obligations and improve your bottom line. We’ll take a look at regulatory challenges around liquidity risk with Intraday Insights and learn how to optimize intraday liquidity to generate immediate savings while simplifying compliance reporting. And Datacom will share observations and insights on the development of Open Banking Standards and APIs and how major banks are complying with the updated policies

Also joining this webinar will be Bruce Hrovat from Intraday Insights and Michael Lentini from Datacom.
Recorded Dec 5 2019 54 mins
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