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CAPCO PROJECT & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT PRACTICE: DID YOU DELIVER WHAT YOU SET OUT TO ACHIEVE IN 2018?

As a project manager, as part of a program team or from a general business perspective – did you achieve what you set out to do in 2018? In 2017, only 57 percent of projects undertaken where completed within their initial budgets, with even fewer (51 percent) finishing on time – but why are these statics so unfavourable? Read Capco’s blog to discover how to overcome these challenges.
  • Niall Mann and Stewart Dyson
  • 11 October 2019
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DIGITAL MORTGAGE 2019 RECAP: THREE BEST PRACTICES FOR TANGIBLE RESULTS

Partner, Kendra Gray, moderator for “The Risk-based Benefits of Digital Closings” panel discussion, recaps her time at Digital Mortgage 2019.
  • Kendra Gray
  • 09 October 2019
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PSD2 OPENS UP A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES BUT WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THEM?

PSD2 came into force in January 2018 to address multiple objectives, however, both the banking industry and its customers have yet to reap the full benefits from this important legislation. In this article, we share the story of PSD2 so far, and what we expect to happen next. 
  • Evdokia Kardoulaki, Jacob Rebuck and Jibran Ahmed
  • 09 October 2019
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MODERN DELIVERY IN HOUSING FINANCE

For mortgage firms to compete and take advantage of the myriad of new opportunities, these organizations must possess a full collection of technology capabilities. Modern delivery can help by incorporating ideation, funding, development, and delivery into solutions that are iterative, fast, reliable, and continuously improving.
  • Arsalan Rahman and Erik Johnson
  • 08 October 2019
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TRANSFORMATION DE LA FONCTION RISQUE: LE CAS D’USAGE DES NPLS

Les nouvelles exigences réglementaires liées aux NPLs sont une parfaite illustration de la nécessité pour les institutions financières d’engager la transformation de leur fonction Risque, qui au-delà de son rôle de 2nde ligne de défense, doit renforcer ses capacités d’accompagnement auprès des différentes lignes métiers et de leurs clients.
  • Guillaume Campagne
  • 07 October 2019
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WHAT’S THE PROGNOSIS? AN ANALYSIS OF PROCESS OPTIMIZATION STRATEGIES IN HONG KONG BANKS

Today’s banks are looking for solutions to enhance efficiency while simultaneously cutting costs. In this report, find out how Hong Kong banks have  used process optimization to date and our recommendations for future success. 
  • David Namad and Shobha Bellamkonda
  • 03 October 2019
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QUALITY OF SERVICE IN WEALTH MANAGEMENT: MAKING THE RELATIONSHIP COUNT

Today’s wealth management clients are loyal, but there could be changes afoot. Find out what matters to them most and how to search for new business in our industry survey with Compeer.
  • Niral Parekh and Richard Lewis
  • 02 October 2019
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COMPUTAÇÃO COGNITIVA NO SETOR BANCÁRIO

Imagine um banco que toma todas as decisões de forma instantânea, usando soluções de inteligência artificial e com base em conhecimento acumulado (big data) e dados em tempo real (dados rápidos). Tal fenômeno, conhecido como computação cognitiva no setor bancário, mudará a essência de como os bancos interagem com dados e clientes. 
  • Vidisha Sharma
  • 01 October 2019
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FIVE OPPORTUNITIES TO CAPITALIZE IN THE NEW LOYALTY ECONOMY

The new model for the ‘loyalty economy’ is coming into focus. Customers expect to be able to use their rewards currencies at the point of purchase and apply rewards to any item, rather than being confined to choices in the issuer’s rewards catalog.
  • Bryce VanDiver and Daniela Hawkins
  • 01 October 2019
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PORTFOLIO ANALYTICS STRATEGY (PAS)

According to modern portfolio theory, when constructing a portfolio, investors endeavor to maximize the returns on their investments for a given level of risk or to ‘optimize’ their portfolio’s risk-return. In order to build any optimized portfolio, one must first be able to quantify the amount of risk being taken on and the potential returns on investments. Therefore, a critical objective of all wealth managers is to understand risk and to make risk-informed investment decisions in their client portfolios. A robust, portfolio risk analytics strategy is essential.
  • James McDonald, Nick Biedermann, Daniel DelGrande, Brett Muhlada and Robert Norris
  • 26 September 2019