This Digital Finance briefing note explores the opportunities that cloud computing can unlock in the Latin America region (LatAm), and some of the challenges that will need to be addressed for that promise to be fulfilled.
This report examines cloud adoption and regulation across the Asia-Pacific financial services sector.
This briefing note summarizes some of the key digital finance themes that emerged throughout the dedicated digital finance track, as well as in other sessions throughout the week.
The IIF submitted comments on the FSB’s discussion paper, "Regulatory and Supervisory Issues Relating to Outsourcing and Third-Party Relationships.".
This briefing note summarizes some of the key themes from the IIF Digital Interchange: The Global Dialogue on Digital Finance, a virtual event which brought together leading executives, specialists, and policymakers to discuss the economy of tomorrow.
On September 24, 2020, the European Commission published a package of digital finance strategy and legislative proposals.
This paper explores how cloud architecture represents a key element to effectively manage the new scenario generated by the pandemic, supporting a resilient infrastructure and overcoming the bandwidth limitations of traditional architectures.
The Institute of International Finance (IIF) and McKinsey & Co. have completed a joint survey around cyber resilience to provide an understanding of current and planned practices that financial firms are undertaking to enable and strengthen firm-level and sector-level cyber resilience.
Standard Bank CEO Sim Tshabalala and Refinitiv’s Sherry Madera join us in Davos to share their key highlights from the World Economic Forum, across climate, data, combatting financial crime, and how societies adapt with the pace of change.
Huw van Steenis visits FRT to discuss the wide-ranging Future of Finance report that he authored for the Bank of England.
The 10th Annual IIF/EY Global Bank Risk Management Survey, "An endurance course: Surviving and thriving through 10 major risks over the next decade", carried out by the Institute of International Finance (IIF) and EY, observes and reports on changes in how banks manage risk.
IIF authors Brad Carr and Daniel Pujazon debrief our recent paper on Cloud Service Providers, and some of the potential regulatory treatments for the increasingly critical role they play in the financial system.
Michael Brett (Rigetti Computing) returns to FRT, discussing the opportunities for quantum computing in financial services, market landscape for the technology, first-mover advantages, and the alignment with banks’ Cloud strategies (with Brad Carr and Conan French).
Building on the IIF’s previous 3-part series on cloud, we explore the critical role of Cloud Service Providers, and some of the policy options on market concentration and resiliency.
The IIF 2nd Machine Learning Roundtable was held in Frankfurt on June 19 hosted by Commerzbank, and speakers Kerem Tomak (Commerzbank), and Farhaad Amod (Nedbank) join us to share their top takeaways (with Brad Carr, Natalia Bailey, and Adrien Delle Case).
The May 2019 IIF Global Regulatory Update provides updates on the Financial Stability Board along with current work streams in Regulatory Capital, Cyber Security, Digital Finance, Accounting, Sustainable Finance, Systemic Risk, Insurance and upcoming events.
This paper proposes some alternate ways of achieving the desired public policy goals, within a framework of international cooperation that facilitates data flows across borders.
The February/March edition of the Insurance Update provides targeted updates on IIF insurance activities and events, and highlights relevant IIF publications or related regulatory developments in other fields.
This final paper in the IIF 3-Part series on Cloud focuses specifically on the unique set of challenges associated with Cloud Service Providers (CSPs).
The December 2018 IIF Global Regulatory Update provides updates on current work streams in regulatory capital, recovery and resolution, accounting, cyber security, digital finance, sustainable finance, AML/CFT, insurance, and upcoming events.
On the occasion of the IIF Digital Finance Regulation Symposium in Brussels, FRT welcomes Symposium speakers Bob Contri (Deloitte's Global Financial S.
Continuing the IIF's 3-part series on Cloud technology in the financial services industry, our Part 2 paper expands on that by looking at the challeng.
Scotiabank CRO Daniel Moore joins the IIF's Brad Carr at the RiskMinds Americas conference in Boston, discussing the evolution of the risk management.
Episode 6 of the FRT podcast looks at Cloud technology, examining the benefits and risks, but also the risks for banks and insurers that do not implem.
The August Insurance Update provides targeted updates on IIF insurance activities and events, and highlights relevant IIF publications or related regu.
The IIF' currently in the midst of a series of publications, across each of' Data Sharing, Cloud & Machine Learning. Episode 4 of FRT provides an over.
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Cloud computing has emerged as a critical enabler in the financial services industry, underpinning firms' transformation efforts to both (i) meet rapi.
The July Insurance Update provides targeted updates on IIF insurance activities and events, and highlights relevant IIF publications or related regula.
A variety of breakthrough technologies are set to spur a fundamental transformation of the insurance industry. Cloud computing, the Internet of Things.