8th Annual Liquidity and Funding Risk Management conference

The 8th Annual Liquidity and Funding Risk Management conference, taking place in New York City and virtually, on the 1st-3rd December, 2021, aims to help liquidity and treasury professionals to monetize excess liquidity generated during the pandemic while effectively managing their risk appetite. Attendees will walk away with practical suggestions on how to optimize their balance sheets in the current low interest rate environment and position their assets to benefit from the economic recovery. Strategies to modernize intraday liquidity management to support real time payments and reporting will also be presented. Discussions will be held on how cloud and Machine Learning (ML) capabilities can be utilized for better data management and the overall resilience of treasury teams.

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Tax groups have a meaningful opportunity to enhance the value of their organization’s digital transformation effort. This priority, which involves migrating tax automation to the cloud in tandem with larger enterprise resource planning (ERP) cloud migrations is becoming even more time sensitive. This white paper examines leading


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2nd Annual Financial Innovation Forum

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The 2nd Financial Innovation Forum is an elite platform of international industry experts gathered for engaging discussions on the latest developments, trends, best practices, compliance and regulatory considerations in the use of technology, digital advances and innovative solutions. Join this interactive forum of key decision makers and inspirational leaders who have successfully navigated process, product and institutional innovation in the financial space, and are looking to share ideas and strategies with other industry experts to enhance transformative and disruptive innovation in this age of the empowered customer.

Financial Crime and Cybersecurity Forum

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Today, financial crime fighters contend with rapidly evolving risks and an increasingly volatile world. As the shift to digital products and services and faster payments has accelerated and consumer expectations for frictionless experiences have grown, organized crime has continued to bombard financial services firms, businesses, and consumers relentlessly. Scams, cyber-attacks, synthetic identities, money laundering, mule activity, and application fraud are on the rise. Additionally, economic uncertainty is pressing organizations to manage budgets and costs more carefully and achieve greater operational efficiency and resource utilization. Compounding these difficulties, retaining and finding qualified employees has become extremely challenging.

RegTech Summit London

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Now in its 7th year, the RegTech Summit in London will bring together the RegTech ecosystem to explore how the European capital markets financial industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change. AI driven technologies are transforming compliance and opening up huge potential for compliance innovation, productivity gains and cost efficiencies. Now is the time to invest for the future. Join us to hear from leading RegTech practitioners and innovators who will share insights into how they are tackling the challenges of adopting and implementing RegTech and how to advance your RegTech strategy.

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Tax groups have a meaningful opportunity to enhance the value of their organization’s digital transformation effort. This priority, which involves migrating tax automation to the cloud in tandem with larger enterprise resource planning (ERP) cloud migrations is becoming even more time sensitive. This white paper examines leading

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