GDPR

With less than two weeks to go until the compliance deadline for the long-awaited EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, firms must make sure they are fully prepared for what has been dubbed the biggest change to data privacy laws in over 20 years. Failure to take it seriously could cost your business €20 million or 4 per cent of global turnover. Take action now.

DevOps

DevOps combines development and operations in an agile way, removing walls, gates and transitions to increase accountability for the full end-to-end software development process. It reduces the time-to-market, lower costs and improves the overall quality of the software.

Robotics

The robots are coming! Now is the time to embrace technological advances that are accelerating the process of replacing people with robotics and automation. It’s not about removing humans from the workplace, but rather enabling organisations to make the best use of their employees in areas that...

Brexit

With less than a year to go until Britain officially leaves the EU, uncertainty still remains over the exact terms of the departure. While the authorities have managed to agree on a transition period that will allow financial services firms to continue to benefit from passporting permissions until...

Diversity in the workplace

One hundred years on from women winning the right to vote in the UK, and female rights, and in particular equality in the workplace, are still dominating the headlines. Notable advances have been made, but women are still woefully underrepresented at the senior levels. International Women’s Day...

GDPR

With less than two weeks to go until the compliance deadline for the long-awaited EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, firms must make sure they are fully prepared for what has been dubbed the biggest change to data privacy laws in over 20 years. Failure to take it seriously could cost your business €20 million or 4 per cent of global turnover. Take action now.

DevOps

DevOps combines development and operations in an agile way, removing walls, gates and transitions...

Robotics

The robots are coming! Now is the time to embrace technological advances that are accelerating the...

Brexit

With less than a year to go until Britain officially leaves the EU, uncertainty still remains over...

Diversity in the workplace

One hundred years on from women winning the right to vote in the UK, and female rights, and in...

About us

Brickendon is an award-winning transformational management and technology consultancy, specialising in innovative solutions for the financial services industry. Our people are intelligent and focussed high achievers, with an average of 10 years’ domain experience. Every member brings the best process and expertise from their past to continually improve how we, at Brickendon, improve things for our clients.

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Open banking is an opportunity for all

Open banking is an opportunity for all

The banking revolution is upon us. In a market where competition is already fierce, new initiatives and regulations such as Open Banking in the UK and the second Payments Services Directive (PSD2) in Europe are seeking to modernise the banking offering, giving innovative FinTech firms and payments specialists the opportunity to play the incumbent banks at their own game. Who will emerge as the winner remains to be seen, but the consumer has a lot to gain from their attempts to dominate the market. Corneliu Dicusar, a senior consultant and data specialist at Brickendon, looks at what open banking really is and why it matters to both the consumer and the financial institutions.

The perils of data monetisation

The perils of data monetisation

Data monetisation is not a new phenomenon , but it is one that is becoming increasingly complex with the proliferation of data in today’s society and the new rules surrounding data privacy. With less than two weeks to go until the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, Brickendon Director Andrew Lawson looks at the issue in greater detail.

Out of sight out of mind – is it true GDPR only matters if you’re in the EU?

Out of sight out of mind – is it true GDPR only matters if you’re in the EU?

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is due to come into force on May 25th and European companies are already preparing for its implementation. The question is whether this is enough? – Should firms from other parts of the globe be preparing too? Andrew Lawson, one of Brickendon’s US data experts, looks at what the new legislation, dubbed as having the greatest impact on data collection, storage and usage of any regulation in the last 20 years, means for US companies.

Brickendon takes on Toronto with a move into Canada

Brickendon takes on Toronto with a move into Canada

Brickendon has continued its rapid expansion with a move into Canada. The firm, which counts many large global institutions amongst its clients, has opened an office in Toronto to help grow the Brickendon brand in a new market place. This brings to four the number of...

Data science – it’s a tipping time for data

Data science – it’s a tipping time for data

Data science is the future. With the proliferation of data in today’s society, extracting information is easy. The question is whether it’s the right information. That’s where data science comes in. Used correctly, data-driven science has the potential to clear up decades of incremental spaghetti and mismatched data sets and significantly improve your organisation’s bottom line.

Reimagining the banking sector

Reimagining the banking sector

While noone can predict the future, we all like to have fun trying. Brickendon Partner Nathan Snyder looks at our theme for this year of ‘reimagining the banking sector’ and assesses what buzzwords financial services firms need to take note of to ensure they stay ahead of their competition.

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