Financial services and healthcare are two of the sectors on the verge of being radically transformed by the rise of artificial intelligence and robotics.
The European plane marker has set up a new compliance review group, with outsiders leading the review of its internal processes.
Sometimes, bank relationships simply don’t work anymore. However, changing banks is rarely straightforward - from rejected KYC documentation to technical hitches, the potential hurdles are significant. This article outlines how detailed preparation, messaging standards and a strong moral compass can help the switch go smoothly.
Emmanuel Macron’s election win in France has stabilised Europe for now, but the respite could prove temporary warns Verisk Maplecroft.
A global survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit and Standard Chartered finds that nearly half the firms participating believe they will be more efficient within five years, while one in three sees them becoming longer and more complex.
Research shows that 52% of financial services chief information security officers are focusing on compliance with the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation as an investment priority for the upcoming year.
A global study by PwC finds that more CEOs are being forced out of office for poor judgment, with the increase particularly marked in North America.
Last Friday’s ransomware attack that targeted companies and organisations in nearly 100 countries worldwide underlines the need for corporates to make security a priority.
A survey of chief information officers across the UK and Europe found that less than half saw security as an investment priority.
‘Opportunity from uncertainty’ will be the theme as the UK’s Association of Corporate Treasurers holds its annual event next week in Manchester.