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29th April 2020

Business – Making the Shade By Fergal Leonard, General Manager North America

With standard daily activities having come to a halt and personal tragedies impacting so many, the COVID-19 crisis has raised questions about how the business world is adapting and how the wheels of industry will continue to turn. There will be changes that reverberate for many years, but today, how are firms planning for the […]

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23rd April 2020

Central Banks responses to COVID-19: Having the right Collateral Management System makes the difference By Yamen Bousrih, Business Expert

As VERMEG mentioned in a previous article published in the Central Banking magazine, Central Banks have been impacted over the past decade by several drivers of change and remain under the constraint of being impacted again at any point as managing uncertainty remains the leitmotif of their activity. Central Banks must be able to respond […]

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23rd April 2020

Rethinking the Client Digital Customer Journey – the difference between success and failure By Dale Eastham, Senior Digital Transformation Consultant

Following on from previous posts, we now look at ways banking and insurance service providers can set themselves up for post pandemic success, the problems you may find in the new digital first world. Also we talk about how you can set yourselves up for a successful launch if you work with the right technology […]

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23rd April 2020

VERMEG offers UK Regulatory Reporting service free of charge during COVID-19 crisis By Andrew Kesbey, Global Head of Regulatory Product

Further to our announcement last week that we would be making the XBRL Checker service available free of charge during the COVID-19 crisis. To review the XBRL Checker service click HERE. VERMEG is now also offering a Cloud Based Regulatory Reporting service free of charge for firms that may need assistance with their reporting in […]

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21st April 2020

PRA advises UK banks to use liquidity and capital buffers to continue supporting customers By Jonathan Cardwell, Product Consultant

The PRA have released a statement and Q&A advising banks that they should use their capital and liquidity buffers to support customers and the UK economy. Banks are required to have substantial liquidity buffers – cash and short-term bonds in order to repay short term obligations as they fall due, at a level well over […]

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