Archive for tag: Banking Regulations

County Tax Assessors Investing in Technology: The Implications for Businesses

March 10, 2014

By Carla Yrjanson As county government becomes more efficient and timely in how they manage property taxes, businesses should do the same or they risk penalties and possibly costly audits resulting from non-compliance. According to a joint survey conducted by Thomson Reuters and the National Association of Counties (NACo), county assessors expect investments in technology—including […]

The Regulatory Pressure Cooker: Retail Banks Evaluate Their Budgets

March 5, 2014

By Rex Gooch, SunGard Banks must spend wisely on the increasing regulatory burden. Regulatory change continues to be a top priority for firms around the world and is contributing to high stress in the banking industry, according to “The Regulatory Pressure Cooker,” a new research report on regulatory readiness from SunGard. One of the most […]

The hardware guy: how Bank of America is building a new infrastructure

December 23, 2013

By David Bannister David Reilly, head of the Technology Infrastructure unit at Bank of America, began his career in financial services IT started in the UK working nightshifts in the kind of environment where magnetic tapes had to be loaded for batch processes to run and the concept of real-time processing was not a factor. […]

They are Watching You: How to Handle Complaints

November 11, 2013

By: Thomas Grundy Since opening its doors in July 2011, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has gone the distance to make sure consumers of financial services know they can lodge complaints pertaining to a broad range of financial products and services. The CFPB receives complaints from consumers concerning credit cards, mortgages, bank accounts or […]

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