Attend the IBM Smarter Risk Summit NYC at the New York Stock Exchange on February 9, 2016. Risk management experts, bankers and senior executives in financial markets will have the opportunity to hear directly from, and network with, industry leaders. The agenda includes hot and emerging topics in
Banks need a good strategy to keep from being blitzed by money laundering. Banking analytics can give financial institutions the offensive strength to put money laundering on the run—and keep it that way.
As criminals adopt increasingly sophisticated approaches to fraud across all industries, counterfraud solutions must rise to meet the challenge. Attend IBM Insight to discover how you can protect your business by implementing advanced analytics and predictive analytics solutions.
By empowering business to meet emerging governance, risk and compliance threats, next-generation GRC solutions—such as the IBM OpenPages GRC Platform—offer transformative business value, including predictive analytics and cognitive processing capabilities.
Don’t hold on to manual process that throw doubt on your data and put you at risk of regulatory noncompliance. Instead, discover how adopting an insurance software solution can help your company boost its operational efficiencies, enhancing its ability to compete in the marketplace.
Discover how automation can help you overcome your incentive compensation plan challenges in an analyst report from Aite. Then, explore how managers can apply Sales Performance Management solutions to help eliminate surprises and make sound, strategic choices for their variable incentive programs.
Are you ready for ISO 20022? The new standard for electronic payments will affect financial institutions globally, which means that you’ll be faced with data archiving challenges. Amid growing volumes of transactions, you must also retain data as long as 10 years for compliance, a requirement that
Integrity within social governmental agencies can be a big problem in the digital age. City, state and federal agencies can lose huge sums of money to errors, waste and abuse. Analytics can go a long way in helping these agencies validate claims and minimize the potential for fraud. Having read