On March 10th we talked about business continuity and disaster recovery in the face of COVID-19.
COVID-19, the coronavirus strain outbreak, has been detected in every territory that JP Reis works in. Its destabilizing effects on financial institutions have seen executives trying to act decisively
As the new year approaches, it is a good time to take stock of the challenges that cybersecurity teams will be facing in 2020.
What is Cloud? In general, when we talk about Cloud, we’re talking about an infrastructure, software or platform as a service use case (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS) with data storage and applications running in a remote data center.
There were mixed fortunes for our office locations in the latest Global Financial Center Index [GFCI], a rating report for trading hubs, that was released this week.
This blog presents five key lessons about how to manage an outsourcing program based on some infamous projects that went wrong.
TIMM™: The Complete Migration Solution TIMM™ is a software-supported service that delivers defensible technology decisions and successful migrations between telephony systems. Different banks make decisions with varying levels of user consultation. Product selection can be facilitated at different stages of the TIMM™ process but in all cases we expect to: Reduce the number of lines with […]
Our Compliance In Practice event in the City of London on 30th May provided a valuable discussion forum about the implementation of policies and technology solutions to meet the requirements of regulations. JP Reis was represented by CEO Greg Collins, our cohosts HewardMills were represented by Lillian Tsang and compere Tilly Lang. Andy Davies of […]
A freedom of information request, made by the consultancy Bovill, has revealed that the Financial Conduct Authority [FCA] received 1,335 notifications of inaccurate transaction reporting under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) in 2018. Although these companies have failed the standards set by the new regulations, they are probably not the worst offenders […]
Amber Infrastructure, an international fund and asset management company with offices in London, Germany, California, New York and Australia wanted to upgrade its accounting system and wider file server infrastructure. The existing solution was housed in servers in a UK data center that were accessible but nearing end-of-life. Three incumbent suppliers were providing aspects of […]