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Credit Management Restructuration Post-COVID
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Aug 05, 2020

Credit Management Restructuration Post-COVID

Sudip Lahiri SVP & Head Financial Services Europe

If we look at credit management, with the present COVID-19 scenario, banks are required to be more proactive in protecting their customers as well as themselves against the expected credit losses. And, for that financial institutions need to re-...
Automated Legal Trawl Platform
212

Jul 21, 2020

Automated Legal Trawl Platform - A Crucible for Digital Platform Innovation

Chinmaya Mishra Senior Technical Specialist, Digital & Analytics

IT innovators at Southeast Asian banks have steadily invested in digital platforms over the past decade or so. However, they grapple to embrace business approaches that can maximize the value of the ecosystem than just focusing on increasing...
AI and Machine Learning in Financial Services
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Needless to say, in this post-COVID-19 world the way businesses and clients interact with each other has irreversibly changed. We have seen banks and other financial institutions leveraging technologies like AI, Machine Learning and Intelligent...
Digital Customer Engagement in the Era of Social Distancing
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Jul 06, 2020

Digital Customer Engagement in the Era of Social Distancing

Mustafa Sabuwala Principal – Financial Services, APAC

Social distancing norms offers a remarkable opportunity for financial institutions to bolster their digital engagement journeys for products and services that have traditionally been exchanged via face-to-face interaction at the branches. There are...
Artificial Intelligence
235

Jun 29, 2020

Artificial Intelligence: Revolutionizing Banking with Predictive Analytics

Ashutosh Uniyal Associate Vice President, Financial Services, ANZ

With the advent of emergent technologies such as AI and automation, coupled with the global need for digital transformation, banks have reached a point where future-facing, proactive changes are no longer value additions but are indeed key...
Managing Business Continuity and Financial Services industry during COVID-19
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The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the greatest social, health, economic, and financial shocks of the 21st century. While it is going to be hard to predict what’s next, it is crucial for businesses to proactively assess their risks and areas of...
Empathy in Insurance
352

Jun 19, 2020

Never before has empathy been more important in insurance

Rajesh Srivastava Senior Vice President, Financial Services, North America

Insurance penetration rates in the US across both life and non-life segments have weakened in the last decade, dipping from a moderate 3.9% in 2008 to 2.9% by 2018. The number of policies sold has fallen, products that were once attractive to...
360 point of view of your investment
184

Jun 12, 2020

360° view of your Investments

Rangarajan Rupanarayanan Senior Business Manager

Financial Planning plays a vital role in our life as our future is dependent on the same. Across the globe, most individuals work for at least 30 years starting from age 25. They lead a life style that may or may not match their earnings, without...
alternative data
193

May 20, 2020

Alternative data in capital markets

Avinash Dave Global Practice Manager, Capital Markets Services, Financial Services

If we recall, few years back the low latency solutions were offering an edge in investment decision making. Now it’s considered as minimum requirement. The need for alternative data is seen to be increasing and the firms those delay in adapting...
Artificial Intelligence
235

Jun 29, 2020

Artificial Intelligence: Revolutionizing Banking with Predictive Analytics

Ashutosh Uniyal Associate Vice President, Financial Services, ANZ

With the advent of emergent technologies such as AI and automation, coupled with the global need for digital transformation, banks have reached a point where future-facing, proactive changes are no longer value additions but are indeed key...
AI and Machine Learning in Financial Services
251
Needless to say, in this post-COVID-19 world the way businesses and clients interact with each other has irreversibly changed. We have seen banks and other financial institutions leveraging technologies like AI, Machine Learning and Intelligent...
RPA
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May 18, 2020

Application of RPA, AI, ML in Post trade Ecosystem

Muralitharan K Business Manager, HCL Technologies, Malaysia, SDN, BHD.

Advancement in technologies like Robotics process automation (RPA), Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers various products and services to reduce the manual intervention and improving operational inefficiencies in the middle and...
SOFR and Libor
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Jan 22, 2020

Transition from LIBOR to SOFR

Kaviya V Senior Business Analyst

Starting around 2005, few banks around the world manipulated the LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) benchmark rate for their own profits (from trades and to show that they are more creditworthy) which came to light in the year 2012.  After...
360 point of view of your investment
184

Jun 12, 2020

360° view of your Investments

Rangarajan Rupanarayanan Senior Business Manager

Financial Planning plays a vital role in our life as our future is dependent on the same. Across the globe, most individuals work for at least 30 years starting from age 25. They lead a life style that may or may not match their earnings, without...
COVID -19
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Apr 17, 2020

Examining Impact of COVID -19 on Wealth and Asset Management Firms

Ashok Bhat Practice Lead, Capital Management Services, Financial Services, HCL

COVID -19 has seen a worldwide business impact. This blog aims to examine its impact on the Wealth and Asset Management Industry. I would like to highlight my perspective of the analysis in three aspects: Current challenges faced by Asset and...
Fintech
1,567

Nov 21, 2019

BS11 Impacts and its IT Implications

Rouble Saha Senior Business Manager, Banking Domain, Financial Services

Over the years, banks have lost millions of dollars due to unplanned outages or downtime in the services. This has also created a negative impact on a bank’s reputation and brand image. Many a time, these services are being managed by outsourced...
BFS
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Mar 23, 2020

CCAR - Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review

Vimal Jain Senior Business Specialist, Delivery Practice

CCAR is a united states regulatory framework governed by Federal reserve to assess, regulate & supervise large US banks that are too big to fail. Post 2008 Global economic crisis/subprime crisis/Recession, resulted in economic collapse of US...
Swift
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Oct 16, 2019

SWIFT GPI

Rouble Saha Senior Business Manager, Banking Domain, Financial Services

The cross border transactions have historically been a puzzle for most of the banks as they cannot predict the exact time and fees to complete the transaction. Moreover, it becomes very difficult to track the payment once it goes out of the...

Don’t Let Your Legacy Systems Make You Irrelevant
Jaspaul Saini - Delivering Advisory and IT Systems | March 17, 2016
438 Views

This is the first in a series of blogs that examines how ‘internet savvy’ challengers are entering the insurance market and what this can mean to an industry that has traditionally been perceived as ‘stodgy’, ‘risk averse’ and ‘slow to change’. The blog goes on to discuss the legacy technology challenges that are hampering the industry today, and how different modernization strategies and/or radically new operating models are needed to compete in the future.


Disruption in Insurance industry – is it sporadic
Murali Mohana Rao - Senior Business Specialist With Insurance Practice | March 17, 2016
771 Views

Business Disruption is not new, but, simultaneous disruption in different walks of life and across businesses is the new phenomenon that global businesses are trying to position as an opportunity, challenge, or a threat. With never like before technology led la-uber disruptions surfacing in different industries, business needs to develop a deeper understanding of the underlying factors to come with an effective strategy to survive a possible deluge, if not to differentiate and stand apart. This applies more to industries where sporadic disruptions are surfacing but failing to make a remarkable impact. Insurance is one such industry. I think the insurance industry is poised for a very exciting but challenging phase in coming years.


Make ‘Fun’ to sell insurance & reduce cost - “Gamification in Insurance”
Murali Dharan Haragopal - Head of Global Insurance Business Solution Group | March 17, 2016
1286 Views

Did you know? Games share certain characteristics with insurance, business and our lives! Significant common characteristics include uncertainty, challenge, chance, choices, goal, relevance, reward, rules and terms of agreement.