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What does the introduction of FRTB actually mean for financial institutions and what are the main challenges facing those seeking to implement it? Brickendon’s Risk & Regulation experts take a closer look.
Many organisations are struggling to balance the need for continuous software testing with the desire to reign in spiralling costs. Brickendon’s testing experts look at how implementing Automated Intelligent Regression Testing can help address these issues.
Brickendon’s resident robotics expert Iya Datikashvili looks at what office life would really be like if your colleagues were robots and tells City AM that the real revolution is likely to come not from automation alone or from humans alone, but from the two collaborating.
Regulatory compliance is no longer just about deadline day. Brickendon’s experts look at the importance of ensuring ongoing compliance.
Whether it’s GDPR, MiFID II, Brexit or the rise of the robots keeping you awake at night, you’re not alone. Brickendon’s directors, principals and expert consultants are all talking your language and have produced insightful articles to help you along your way to a better understanding of the subject.
Another new year and another financial deadline, one which has the potential to significantly impact the banking marketplace for both financial institutions and their retail customers. This time it’s the second Payments Services Directive (PSD2), which comes into...
2018 is not going to be about one single issue. It will take a combination of hot topics to change the financial services game, say Brickendon’s experts.
What is data portability and what does it mean for the individual and the firm holding the data? The new EU General Data Protection regulation (GDPR), which is due to come into force in May next year, mentions data portability as an individual’s right, but falls short of explaining exactly what it is and how it should be implemented. Brickendon’s resident GDPR expert Corneliu Dicusar takes a closer look at the issue.