Kristin Moyer

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Entries Tagged as 'regulatory compliance'


Euro Crisis: 50% of Firms Stuck Behind the Planning Eight Ball

by Kristin Moyer  |  January 20, 2012  |  2 Comments

Contributed by David Furlonger Today we conducted our Euro Crisis Webinar. 416 participants were surveyed about: Whether their enterprise had plans in place to deal with a worsened euro crisis Whether the euro crisis has impacted their IT budget Whether the euro crisis would influence investments in innovation Results of the polling revealed that 50% […]

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Euro Crisis:Get Ready for More Regulation and Protectionism.

by Kristin Moyer  |  January 10, 2012  |  Comments Off

Contributed by David Furlonger   [ Register Now For January 19th webinar: Euro Crisis Webinar ] An interesting article appeared on Reuters yesterday: Financial repression is here and may be helpful. It discusses and supports the potential for greater control over the financial markets by governments, including a continuation of the current schemes that print more money […]

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Euro Crisis: What is the Connection between Hypothecation and the Future of Money?

by Kristin Moyer  |  December 20, 2011  |  Comments Off

Contributed by David Furlonger On the weekend, I read a rather alarming commentary by David Stockman European Banking System is on the Verge of Collapse. While this analysis clearly highlights the fragility of bank balance sheets, it doesn’t dig deeply into the graver issue facing the Eurozone policy makers and indeed the world –  that […]

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Predicts 2010: Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management in Banking

by Kristin Moyer  |  January 4, 2010  |  2 Comments

Strategic Planning Assumption: By 2013, the cost of regulatory compliance and risk management will have “priced” Tier 3 and Tier 4 U.S. banks from the market. David Furlonger notes a combination of forces leading to this situation (Gartner customers see “Predicts 2010:  Operational Technologies Present Threats and Opportunities in Banking and Investment Services”): Regulatory compliance […]

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Pay careful attention to the proposals, but hold on to your wallet.

by Kristin Moyer  |  June 23, 2009  |  Comments Off

On 17 June 2009, in a report titled “A New Foundation: Rebuilding Financial Supervision and Regulation,” U.S. President Barack Obama called for “a sweeping overhaul of the financial regulatory system.” (see http://www.ustreas.gov/news/index1.html).  Under the proposal, the federal government will assume a new role as a systemic risk regulator, with increased authority over a wide range […]

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Spontaneity of Social Media at Odds with Rigors of Regulatory Compliance

by Kristin Moyer  |  April 28, 2009  |  1 Comment

Stessa Cohen and Rick DeLotto here.  Twitter is NEW!  Twitter is fun!  Twitter ‘s structure- (each post is only 140 characters long) encourages simplification and vivid writing.  Oh, yeah:  Twitter is permanent.  Your tweets are out there,  re-tweeted by your followers, picked up by blogs and PR firms, emailed around the world. Spontaneity and regulatory […]

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The Rise of Ethics Management Technology

by Kristin Moyer  |  January 27, 2009  |  Comments Off

Rick DeLotto here.  Reputation management concerns are spurring banks to label lawbreaking by executives and employees as “ethical lapses” for errors in judgment, and label “errors in judgment” as mere miscalculations.  Corporate ethics is past the point where mere careful consideration of its “dictates” is required. Complete, total, enthusiastic and auditable acceptance of and compliance […]

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