White Paper: Analytix Data Services
Basel III is an opportunity as well as a challenge for banks. It can provide a solid foundation for the next developments in the banking sector, and it can ensure that past excesses are avoided.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) is the primary global standard-setter for the regulation of banks. Although the Basel Committee has recognized the banks are making efforts in mitigating these risks, they still feel more needs to be done.
This whitepaper on “BASEL III Compliance” gives an insights into overcoming the difficulties faced in governance of risk data aggregation and to reap full benefits of reporting capabilities in Banking and Financial Institutions.
What are the significant challenges faced by banks when they are implementing Basel III?
How to best implement a solution that allows the banks to comply with Basel III? How to streamline systems and processes for improved operational effectiveness?
What are the guiding principles for effective risk data aggregation and reporting?
The complexity and requirements of Basel III and the commercial demands of the banking world will require a flexible Basel III management solution that delivers speed, accuracy, and performance to gain competitive advantage.
By: Nous Infosystems
Across the globe, banks are witnessing a stagnation of customer experience levels due to rising customer expectations driven by the proliferation of technology firms. In the last few years, as the customer dynamics have changed radically, banking industry need to think ahead and anticipate the changing customer needs and consequently offer products and services suiting their needs. This whitepaper provides data effortlessly and insights for better banking customer experience. It highlights: Key Mobile Banking features offered by banks Unleashing the power of social media to enhance customer experience Need for Customer-Centric Banking Business Model Elements to improve the banking customer experience
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