28-06-2019 | LATEST REPORTS
Trade and Tech Wars: Is there any light at the end of the tunnel?
The near- and long-term impact of ‘weaponised’ trade on financial markets and the global economy.
29-04-2019 | LATEST REPORTS
Big Banks, Bigger Tech: Adapting Business Models
The changing power play between the banking and the technology sectors and how incumbent banks can become 'disruption proof'.
18-03-2019 | LATEST REPORTS
Global Economic Outlook - A cocktail of caution and optimism
Key economic and financial issues aside from Brexit that we need to focus on in the months ahead.
09-01-2019 | LATEST REPORTS
Banking in 2019: A Year of Transition
A decade on from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), the financial sector is finally moving out of the shadows and is coming to terms with the period of digital transformation that lies ahead.
08-11-2018 | LATEST REPORTS
Optimising the risk-return of illiquid assets
This report considers the opportunities and threats of illiquid asset investments for insurers, and the steps that should be taken to optimise risk-return and satisfy the regulators in the face of increasing scrutiny.
03-10-2018 | LATEST REPORTS
From cyber security to operational resilience
Examining the cyber risks facing financial services, the current landscape and future directions of cyber regulations
31-05-2018 | LATEST REPORTS
Sustainable AI in Finance: Understanding the Promises & Perils
The power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve productivity in financial services is undeniable but it also brings new risks. The report, “Sustainable AI in Finance: Understanding the
31-05-2018 | LATEST REPORTS
Sustainable Financial Services in the Digital Age
This joint report by UK Finance and Parker Fitzgerald focuses on three key technologies in finance: artificial intelligence, the Cloud and Distributed Ledger Technology.
13-12-2017 | LATEST REPORTS
Safeguarding Digital Transformation
The adoption of digital technology in the banking industry is shifting the economic fundamentals of the market, giving rise to a widening gap between business aspirations and operational
12-10-2017 | LATEST REPORTS
What does a post-Brexit London tell you about the future of finance?
The City is widely expected to remain Europe’s Financial Capital following Brexit. But to retain its global leadership in Financial Services, the City needs to respond to the challenges of Brexit
20-06-2017 | LATEST REPORTS
Monetary policy and financial stability - three priorities for the CRO
Over the last week, the US Federal Reserve has raised interest rates again and the Bank of England’s minutes show three members of the Monetary Policy Committee want to tighten
04-05-2017 | LATEST REPORTS
Is the era of financial regulatory coordination coming to an end?
Since the global financial crisis, there has been a strong mandate for international consistency and cross-border solutions on financial oversight.
23-03-2017 | LATEST REPORTS
New Global Risk Contours For The City
The financial market has been resilient in 2016, as seismic changes in the geopolitical environment prevailed.
13-02-2017 | LATEST REPORTS
What will Trump’s ‘America First’ financial reforms mean for global regulatory standards?
Dr Colin Lawrence explores the likely impact of Trump's 'America First' financial reforms on SIFIs designations...
08-12-2016 | LATEST REPORTS
Regulation and Reporting in 2017: A Challenge Too Far For Banks?
UK banks face unprecedented regulatory & reporting demand as deadlines for IFRS 9, ring-fencing, MIFID 2 loom.
20-10-2016 | LATEST REPORTS
The Evolution of the CRO
A world with heightened volatility and uncertainty calls for a rethink of CROs’ roles.
11-10-2016 | LATEST REPORTS
The Third Party Trust Game
Trust, in the context of Financial Services, has been somewhat of an elusive characteristic in recent years.
06-10-2016 | LATEST REPORTS
Freeing up the front office
FRTB risk programmes should be split into analytics, data and computation components, and front-office desk heads must act like business leaders and assume the daily tasks of reducing complexity and cost.