- Apiax's seven steps towards compliant investment advice in the digital age
Over the past decade, financial service providers have had to keep up with a rapidly expanding regulatory environment.
The current situation exposes financial institutions to fines, penalties and reputational damages. It also weighs...
- Four best practices to solve the compliance challenges of robo advisors and digital wealth management solutions, by Apiax
In this whitepaper, we show the urgent need for wealth managers to work with machine-readable regulations.
We argue that machine-readable regulations are an integral part of digital wealth management solutions and that they are becoming...
- Apiax: Three steps to turning compliance into a business enabler in fund distribution
In asset management, exploring investment opportunities beyond the regional borders has become as natural as capitalising on those within them. As ﬁnancial institutions seek out new growth opportunities, both institutional and retail investors...
- Apiax: Wealth Management: Cross-border framework
In today’s global financial landscape, managing wealth on a cross-border basis has become industry standard. Whether looking to reach an international and mobile client base or to offer competitive investment services, opportunities often...
- Apiax: Data transfer restrictions
In the digital and ever-connected business environment, the exchange of personally identifiable information (PII) happens everywhere. Management of this data can easily be subject to risk. Regulatory ambiguity and inconsistent data protection...
- Apiax: Compliant and suitable investment recommendations
Today’s wealth management industry is marked by tough competition, growing customer demands and constant regulatory scrutiny. To position well in the market, firms need to deliver superior investment advice, including personalisation and...
- Briefing November 2017: The push for 2020
Resource - 30/10/2017 : 5P, agile working, alternative fee arrangements, banking, bird & bird, bring your child to work, csr, data management, diversity, enterprise resource planning, ERP, Fulcrum Global Technologies, hogan lovells, innovation, investment, Keystone Law, marketing, Network Rail, neuroscience, Newcastle, northshoring, Norton Rose Fulbright, pricing, process, profitability, project management, reed smith, SAP, supply chain management, transformation, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology
Push for 2020
Rod Harrington, chief operating officer, EMEA, at Norton Rose Fulbright, is overseeing change aplenty as the firm gears up transformation tactics for the year 2020.
- Bank chiefs tested on culture and ethics
A city banking task-force is set to write to lenders quizzing them on company ethics.
The Banking Standards Board (BSB), chaired by former telecoms regulator Dame Colette Bowe, aims to boost integrity in the banking sector.
- Briefing on: the Middle East and Africa in 2015
Resource - 01/07/2015 : addleshaw goddard, africa, app, banking, business development, clyde & co, culture, dentons, diversification, dubai, dwf, eversheds, foreign direct investment, growth, ipo, King & Wood Mallesons, knowledge, middle east, Norton Rose Fulbright, saudi arabia, trade, training, UAE, verein, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance
Middle eastern promise
Boris Martor talks to Briefing about building up the Eversheds Africa Legal Institute. Plus, uncovering the changing...
- LSN Industry Voices: Chris Marston at Lloyds
LSN's Industry Voices is series in which our networkpartners give their insight into the legal market.
- Investec pitches external investment to top 50 UK law firms
Banking group and FTSE100 newcomer Investec is preparing to kick off a new wave of interest in external investment in UK firms with a high-level private summit in London this summer.
The bank has written to a handpicked selection of the...
- Direct Bacs vs internet banking
For the growing numbers of organisations, large and small, already using Internet banking to check balances and access statements, it is a logical extension to also use the system to make payments.
But how many organisations have...
- Banking recommendations will make life tougher at top
The dust may be beginning to settle following the shocks to the banking system over the past 18 months or so, but the appetite for analysis shows no sign of abating. The latest addition is Sir David Walker's report 'A Review of Corporate...
- Halliwells agrees £20m bank terms and locks in partner capital
UK firm secures three years' finances after bank renegotiations
Halliwells has renegotiated nearly £20m of bank finance facilities in a move that frees the firm from previous terms requiring it to maintain a minimum number of...
- Banking & Finance Special Report: Crash and learn
As financial institutions look back at their restructuring practices, it has become clear that lessons need to be learnt from past mistakes.
The explosion of restructuring work since the start of the year means an increasingly large...