In this issue: The Future
VOL 3 | EDITION 4 | 2016
As another year comes to a close, our final Thomson Reuters Exchange issue for 2016 turns its focus to the future. Our industry is transforming at a relentless pace and helping our customers to stay ahead (and on top) of change requires us to be ever on the front foot. Increasingly that means we are innovating and partnering at the most forward edge of the financial industry’s evolution, and helping financial and risk professionals by creating solutions today for their opportunities tomorrow. In this issue we explore the Internet of Things, blockchain technology, distributed ledger technology, data exhaust, FinTech, RegTech, regulatory automation, diversity and inclusion, modern day slavery, and much more.
Making sense of the exceptional growth in mobile, the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data to provide relevant information to end consumers.
Distributed ledger technology (DLT) is causing a flurry of activity in financial services industry, understand how it might be applied.
Among the forces making regulation and compliance targets for automation are the limited amount of skilled people to manage the processes sustainably.
Understand how companies who have proactively built and consistently fostered a truly diverse workforce often financially outperforms their peers.
Mining data exhaust, an unexplored big data content set for a potential edge, may not immediately be useful without a sufficient history.
Technology is driving rapid change in financial services, with the latest developments seen as revolution rather than evolution.
Also in this issue
How could the regulatory and enforcement environment around conduct risk evolve over the next 18 months?
Karl Meekings, Lead Analyst for EY’s Global Banking & Capital Markets, writes an op-ed on the changing dynamics of the workforce in the banking industry.
Keith Mullin, editor-at-large at International Financing Review writes an op-ed forecasting the role of regulation in ten years time.
Thomson Reuters Diversity & Inclusion Index transparently and objectively measures the relative performance of companies’ workplaces.
Customers, business partnerships and investors may think twice about engaging with a company who is not transparent about their supply chains.
As many major emitters report different kinds of data, some include their own emissions, but not those of their supply chain.