Certeco hosted a roundtable to investigate the trends and dynamics that are reframing the way that testing is viewed and managed within financial services. The roundtable on 13 July 2017, was the first of two planned for this year and facilitated under the Chatham House rule at the Capital Club by The Realization Group.Â Download report.
Trends and dynamics are reframing the way that testing is viewed and managed within financial services.Â At the heart of this change is a need for faster, more reliable technology deployment. In development circles to increase reliability this often means a â€˜shift leftâ€™ in the assurance and testing process and demands a cultural change within the business.Â Download report.
As regulatory scrutiny intensifies, could machine-learning and other artificial intelligence-based (AI) techniques play a greater role in the trade surveillance strategies? Download report.
Escalating regulatory obligations demand that financial market participants take a smarter, more proactive approach to spotting abusive trading patterns, with many looking to explore the use of machine learning and artificial intelligence to automate monitoring and anticipate threats. Download report
While regulators are keen to see automated trading surveillance systems in place within capital markets firms, certain challenges exist in the implementation and maintenance of effective surveillance. The roundtable on 8 March 2017, hosted by Certeco and The Realization Group was the second in the series. Â Issues with maintaining business as usual were discussed by industry practitioners under the Chatham House rule. Download report.
Through our Certeco Change Assurance Hub we are helping our clients innovate and respond to change, flexibly and cost effectively. Download report.
How Certeco helps clients maximise the value from transformation, embed principles for continuous improvement ensuring progress is in-line with organisational vision.Â Download booklet.
The digitisation of financial services is often seen as a process of accelerated automation, or even transformation, which harnesses innovations in digital technologies to improve on and replace manual-or physical-based service provision.Â Download report.
Following the introduction of Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) across the EU in July 2016, most firms will now have been through some kind of surveillance implementation program, putting in place safeguards to ensure against abusive or manipulative behaviour. Â Download report.
The challenges and opportunities facing financial service providers, insurance firms and banks in cost-effectively harnessing new digital channels and technologies to deliver greater customer value.Â Download report.