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Banking technology news from across the globe
The latest gossip from around the industry.
A round-up of recent appointments and departures within the industry.
UK-based Gresham Computing is implementing its reconciliation offering, Clareti Transaction Control (CTC), at CMC Markets. Go-live is expected to take place within a month.
The headlines about record-breaking fines for banks from regulators all over the globe tells you that compliance is still a pressing issue for the banking industry. Anti-money laundering (AML) in particular has proved a difficult nut to crack in this respect, especially given the increased sophistication of the technology used by the perpetrators of financial crime.
As the regulators continue to pressurise the banking industry to improve its methodology, the spotlight is now firmly on Know Your Customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) initiatives. However, does the increased competition in the KYC space in particular undermine the prospect of common best practices?
Swift's CEO recently admitted to being kept awake by cyber crime. As the attacks increase in number and sophistication, what can banks do to counter the nightmare?