IBM is out to transform how financial services organizations market, sell to and service their clients. IBM Watson, which has been transforming the healthcare industry, is now setting its sights on Wall Street. Tune in to hear Jim Marous describe the changing dynamics of the market as he outlines
In a world overrun with competing local, national and global regulations touching every aspect of finance, compliance can seem elusive—even unattainable. Yet, modern financial institutions have the ability to not only survive but also thrive amid an ever-changing regulatory landscape. Discover how
Banks are moving from a mobile-first mindset to an artificial intelligence–based approach in their quest to uncover the right insights in the right channels. This episode of Finance in Focus presents fintech experts David Gerbino, Matt Kinney and Jim Marous. They describe how successful financial
Join Martin Fleming, IBM’s chief analytics officer and chief economist, is exploring how cognitive capabilities help financial institutions adapt to an ever-changing regulatory landscape. To learn more about banking during the low-level equilibrium that besets the global economy, attend the Smarter
Under mounting pressure to meet the January 2019 deadline for FRTB implementation, banks must persuade regulators that they have adequate capital reserves and have implemented a stress-proof risk framework. However, a survey of 100 banks conducted by Chartis Research indicates that many banks may
How does blockchain and cognitive computing affect fraud? Listen to the latest Finance in Focus podcast featuring Alex Tapscott, a blockchain expert and coauthor of a best selling book on the topic, who discusses how these technologies have the potential to eliminate fraud.
As they compete in the modern business environment, companies are increasingly looking to sophisticated analytics and cognitive capabilities to help them gain an deep understanding of what matters to their clients. By knowing their customers well, organizations can provide targeted, personalized
Create meaningful client connections. Unlock the potential in your data by analyzing data from many sources using sophisticated, prebuilt industry-designed analytical models; leveraging dynamic segmentation by analyzing client behavior; and predicting key client life and financial events to create
When Chartis Research asked banks how ready they expected to be by the 2019 deadline for implementation of FRTB, it found that most financial institutions surveyed did not expect to be in full compliance by then. What’s more, many didn’t even have a firm timeline for achieving compliance. Don’t
Unlock the potential in your data to create meaningful client connections with IBM Client Insight for Wealth Management with Watson. Analyze data from many sources with sophisticated, prebuilt industry-designed analytical models, personalize offers to match the changing needs of clients and
Today's customers expect more from their banks—personalized service, real-time solutions and the ability to do business when and how it is most convenient for them. To meet these demands, you'll need the ability to deliver added value at every opportunity through more personalized and timely offers
Today's customers expect more from their banks—personalized service, real-time solutions and the ability to do business when and how it is most convenient for them. To meet these demands, you'll need the ability to deliver more value at every opportunity through more personalized and timely offers
In this episode of Finance in Focus, banking experts Likhit Wagle and Boxley Llewellyn describe how banks can use the science of customer insight to take costs out of their business, provide superior customer experiences and work smoothly with fintech start-ups.
Analytics enables banks to comply with regulations and reduce the risk of fraudulent practices in four major areas. These innovation-driving areas include identifying suspicious transactions, staying within the law to uncover predatory lending practices, defending against online threats and
Consumers want their banks to know them well, and they are more than willing to partner with their financial institutions to help that happen. But many banks are finding that businesses such as Amazon, Google, Uber and AirBNB are meeting consumers’ desires better than they are, even though