Brickendon Insight: MiFID II

With the deadline for MiFID II compliance already having been delayed by a year to January 2018 in response to concerns about complexity, implementation plans should already be well under way in most financial institutions. Brickendon’s risk, regulation and data experts look at how implementing the correct Target Operating Model (TOM) could help organisations on the road to compliance.

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Brickendon Insight – GDPR

With less than a year to go until the deadline for compliance with the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), now is the time to prepare. Billed as the biggest change to data privacy laws in many years, GDPR has the potential to massively impact the financial services sector around the globe. Failure to comply could not only cost your business large amounts of money – as much as 4% of global revenue, but also damage your reputation and expose you to lawsuits from clients. Brickendon looks at the things you will have to consider and how you can turn compliance into an advantage for your business.

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Brickendon Solution – Robotic Process Automation

While no one likes to think that a robot could do their job, most businesses would welcome the opportunity to speed up processes, minimise human error, aid compliance and improve the overall customer experience.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a platform at the forefront of computer technology, which provides businesses with a virtual workforce that is set up to connect with an organisation’s systems in the same way as its existing users. RPA improves efficiency and increases productivity and accuracy, while reducing cost and overall operational risk.

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Brickendon Insight – Location Optimisation in a Brexit world

Britain’s decision to trigger Article 50 in March of 2017 has caused ramifications across all areas of the business world. Location optimisation decisions that were once focussed purely on cost are now seeking to ensure businesses will be able to continue to service customers across the UK and the European Union. Brickendon looks at the new challenges businesses are facing in the light of Brexit and offers advice on how best to address them.

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Brickendon Solution – Five steps to MiFID II implementation

The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, aka MiFID II, remains one of the most talked about regulations in the financial services sector. Its impacts are far reaching – both in terms of the macro structure of the overall financial markets and the internal functional areas within the financial institutions themselves. With the deadline for MiFID II compliance having already been delayed by a year to January 2018 in response to concerns about the complexity of implementation, Brickendon’s regulatory and data experts offer a five-step plan to help you on the path to MiFID II compliance.

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Brickendon Solution – Quality Maturity Model

Software QA traditionally poses many challenges. Brickendon’s QMM solution improves both business and delivery opportunities through a structured programme of proven and measured testing methodologies. It increases transparency and efficiency, improves time-to-market and tracks progress towards the client’s goals.

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Brickendon Solution – Data Quality

Dealing with the vast amounts of data within an organisation can be challenging. Brickendon believes that addressing these needs in a holistic way helps reduce costs and improve customer service. Our data quality solution aims to be the internal data provider of choice within the firm by employing governance best practices, providing high-quality products and services and ensuring technical proficiency.

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Brickendon Solution – GDPR

Data is everywhere. Whether it’s names, numbers, codes or statistics, the amount of data in society today is growing at a record rate, prompting the questions: where does it go; what should be done with it; who owns it and what rules regulate it? The new EU General Data Protection regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018 to address these issues. Do you know what it means for your business? Brickendon’s expert consultants can help you answer this question and avoid the threat of being fined as much as 4 per cent of your global revenue.

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