In part 3 of this popular series we look at the likely costs you will incur if you choose to go with a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider.
A favourite amongst Spanish Banks, SCRIP dividends allow investors the option to receive additional shares instead of receiving a cash dividend.
The gap between practice and regulatory interpretation can be closed by having a common interpretive framework, codified in a single rule set, with an ability for ...
The Ontario Government has established the Capital Markets Modernization Taskforce. Their report covers the improvement of regulatory governance, modernisation of the capital ...
Here we look at the potential TCO for purchasing an off-the-shelf system that will be installed on your own servers (so called “On Premises” or “On-Prem”).
In May the Australian Takeovers Panel published a response statement to the proposed amendments to GN20.
The SEC has proposed to raise the disclosure threshold for 13F filings from $100m to $3.5bn. Is this the death knell of transparency into investment behaviour?
Similar to many investments during our lifetime, it is vital to consider the short and long term benefits of choosing a compliance-as-a-service solution.
In our experience TCO is something that financial institutions are shockingly bad at calculating/estimating. The larger the institution the more difficult it becomes.