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The Investment Management Landscape is Changing…
And Pressures On Global Shareholding Disclosures Are Mounting.

The investment management landscape is changing. Recent studies confirm that today there is more investment in equities than ever before. That investment is spread more globally, and it is increasingly being channeled into passive-type approaches, with indexed and ETF vehicles burgeoning. For investment management organizations (IMs), this changing landscape has impacted development of business models […]

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The Deposits-Customers-Accounts Trifecta – Winning the FDIC Part 370 Data Race

“The Deposits-Customers-Accounts Trifecta” arises from AxiomSL’s work with covered Insured Depository Institutions (CIs) as they race to meet The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Part 370 reporting kickoff in April 2020. CIs are realizing that preparation for the FDIC Part 370 is far more complicated that it may first have seemed, with one of the biggest […]

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Traversing the Intricacies of IFRS 9 Implementations

It may be the case that your financial institution has to implement IFRS 9. Understanding the nuances of this game-changing regime is mission-critical for financial institutions. In this article we examine them to illuminate the challenges and opportunities of traversing the intricate landscape of IFRS 9 implementation across the enterprise. NOTE: This form only accepts […]

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Traversing the Intricacies of CECL Implementations

It may be the case that your financial institution has to implement CECL. Understanding the nuances of this game-changing regime is mission-critical for US financial institutions. In this article we examine them to illuminate the challenges and opportunities of traversing the intricate landscape of CECL implementations across the enterprise. NOTE: This form only accepts corporate […]

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TIC-Tock, TIC-Tock: Managing the Countdown Process to Delivering TIC Reports

“TIC-Tock, TIC-Tock” arises from working with the financial services community involved in the world of reporting into the U.S. TIC System. The Service Level Expectations (SLE) concept and the SLE data-river process discussed in this paper can enable organizations to establish and enrich correct TIC data, enable smooth automated processing, significantly improve the accuracy of […]