Posts Tagged ‘FSI’

Stretching the IT Spend: Address Pain Points and gain Competitive Advantages with an FSI-specific Platform

Welcome to the first of our series of seven posts on choosing an FSI secure data transmission platform! Over the last 5 years, banking infrastructure decision makers are increasingly being faced with new legislation and compliance regulations that change how IT systems are managed and monitored. IT budgets are expended managing these changes and although [...]

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Taming TCO in the financial services industry

File transfer is more than a given at the average financial institution. The Financial Services Industry (FSI) thrives on information and devours it. In one day you might send and receive files in and out of the office, down the street and across the globe, and back and forth with agents, clients, brokers and more. [...]

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Protecting financial services industry data—from the inside

It’s often said that we are our own worst enemies. According to a Ponemon Institute report, employee or contractor negligence is the root cause of almost half of all data breaches. This is important to note in the financial services and insurancesector—where data breaches can be downright catastrophic. According to the report, the majority of [...]

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Modernization and consolidation worth it for major financial services group

As Northern Europe’s largest financial services group, Nordea’s customers expect it to provide comprehensive, cost-efficient solutions. With set of disjointed, often duplicated file-based transaction solutions and a fragmented infrastructure, something had to give. Costs were too high. After an extensive review of many solutions, Nordea opted to go with SEEBURGER’s Business Integration Server (BIS6). The [...]

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Financial services firms, banks and cultural change

Last year’s Barclay Bank Libor-rigging scandal was likely caused by cultural problems following a speedy expansion, according to a recent BBC News article. A study found the financial services firm’s strong culture of winning, siloed departments with different values, and lack of emphasis on customer and client needs led to the breakdown. The simple fact [...]

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SEEBURGER Targets the Financial Services Industry

Derek Schwartz shares his insights on joining SEEBURGER to head up the Financial Services Business Unit Financial institutions have an ever increasing need for agile integration of a variety of constituents onto a consolidated platform that embraces all external and internal data movement patterns and processes. Solving the breadth of requirements securely takes innovation and [...]

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