Financial services – Hotel Oliebol http://hoteloliebol.com/ Sat, 21 May 2022 23:29:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://hoteloliebol.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-1-120x120.png Financial services – Hotel Oliebol http://hoteloliebol.com/ 32 32 Global Cybersecurity in Financial Services Market 2022 by Key Players | Information Solutions Experian, IBM Corporation, Accenture https://hoteloliebol.com/global-cybersecurity-in-financial-services-market-2022-by-key-players-information-solutions-experian-ibm-corporation-accenture/ Sat, 21 May 2022 23:29:37 +0000 https://hoteloliebol.com/global-cybersecurity-in-financial-services-market-2022-by-key-players-information-solutions-experian-ibm-corporation-accenture/ Cybersecurity in Financial Services Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Regional Segmentation and Outlook, Key Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Projected Recovery, and Market Sizing and Forecast. Latest research launched on Global Cybersecurity in the financial services market, it provides a detailed analysis with presentable graphs, charts and […]]]>

Cybersecurity in Financial Services Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Regional Segmentation and Outlook, Key Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Projected Recovery, and Market Sizing and Forecast.

Latest research launched on Global Cybersecurity in the financial services market, it provides a detailed analysis with presentable graphs, charts and tables. This report covers an in-depth study of Cyber ​​Security in Financial Services Market size, growth and share, trends, consumption, segments, application and forecast 2030. With qualitative analysis and quantitative, we help you with in-depth and comprehensive research on the global Cybersecurity in Financial Services Market market. This report has been prepared by experienced and knowledgeable market analysts and researchers. Each section of the research study is specially prepared to explore key aspects of the global Cyber ​​Security in Financial Services Market. Buyers of the report will gain access to accurate PESTLE, SWOT, and other type analysis on the global Cyber ​​Security in Financial Services Market. Moreover, it offers highly accurate estimations on CAGR, market share, and market size of key regions and countries.

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Experian Information Solutions, IBM Corporation, Accenture, Airbus, AlienVault

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The report has categorized the global cybersecurity in financial services market into segments comprising product type and application. Each segment is assessed based on its share and growth rate. Additionally, analysts have studied potential regions that could prove rewarding for cybersecurity makers in financial services in the coming years. The regional analysis includes reliable predictions about value and volume, helping market players to gain in-depth insights into the overall Cybersecurity in Financial Services industry.

Market is split by Type, can be split into:
Mobile Enterprise Management, Endpoint Security, Identity and Access Management (IAM), Mobile Security, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Content Security, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Datacenter Security, Firewall

The market is split by Application, can be split into:
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The report authors have analyzed the developing and developed regions considered for research and analysis of the global Cybersecurity in Financial Services market. The regional analysis section of the report provides an in-depth study on different regional and country-level Cyber ​​Security in Financial Services industries to help players plan effective expansion strategies.

Regions Covered in Global Cybersecurity in Financial Services Market:
• North America (US, Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy)
• Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico)
• Middle East and Africa (Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt)

Years Considered to Estimate Market Size:
Historical year: 2019-2020
Base year: 2021
Estimated year: 2022
Forecast year: 2022-2030

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    Business Charity Awards: Banking and Financial Services – Yorkshire Building Society and Citizens Advice Partners https://hoteloliebol.com/business-charity-awards-banking-and-financial-services-yorkshire-building-society-and-citizens-advice-partners/ Thu, 19 May 2022 23:17:36 +0000 https://hoteloliebol.com/business-charity-awards-banking-and-financial-services-yorkshire-building-society-and-citizens-advice-partners/ The pandemic, coupled with the ongoing economic turmoil, has brought to light the many challenges people are facing. In response, the Yorkshire Building Society has invested £1.8million in 2021-22 to build on existing community programs to roll out a range of new interventions. The company aimed to provide practical help to people, with a focus […]]]>

    The pandemic, coupled with the ongoing economic turmoil, has brought to light the many challenges people are facing.

    In response, the Yorkshire Building Society has invested £1.8million in 2021-22 to build on existing community programs to roll out a range of new interventions.

    The company aimed to provide practical help to people, with a focus on skills, employment, financial education and well-being.

    In May 2021, the construction society launched a pilot program with Citizens Advice to fund advisers in six branches, providing free, face-to-face and independent advice to members of the public on a range of issues, including well- be financial.

    The project helped the organization increase its reach, helping people who had never accessed its services before. Almost two-thirds (64%) of clients encountered are new to the Citizens Advice Service, while almost a third are over 65, compared to 15% for the wider Citizens Advice Service.

    The program helped nearly 600 people in its first eight months, more than 40% of whom returned for help two or more times.

    Following this success, in March 2022 the Yorkshire Building Society extended its partnership to a further 12 of its branches in Yorkshire and the North West.

    Strongly recommended

    Charitable partnership Mind & Allianz – Mind/Allianz

    Finalists

    Applying business thinking to boost charities’ resilience during the pandemic and beyond – Bounce Back Foundation/Columbia Threadneedle Investments

    Investing for success – Arrival Education/Investec

    Connecting communities – WEA/Lloyds Banking Group

    NatWest Group and the Disasters Emergency Committee – Disasters Emergency Committee/Natwest Group

    Newcastle Building Society and Newcastle United Foundation – Newcastle United Foundation/Newcastle Building Society

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    The financial services sector has a key role to play in ESG sustainability https://hoteloliebol.com/the-financial-services-sector-has-a-key-role-to-play-in-esg-sustainability/ Mon, 16 May 2022 09:02:00 +0000 https://hoteloliebol.com/the-financial-services-sector-has-a-key-role-to-play-in-esg-sustainability/ Tristan Dennis, Sales Account Manager, Mint Group. If there’s one thing the recent floods in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape, as well as last year’s riots in KZN, have made clear, it’s that it’s time to pretend to talk about sustainability, especially when it comes to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, is over. That’s […]]]>

    Tristan Dennis, Sales Account Manager, Mint Group.

    If there’s one thing the recent floods in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape, as well as last year’s riots in KZN, have made clear, it’s that it’s time to pretend to talk about sustainability, especially when it comes to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, is over.

    That’s the view of Tristan Dennis, Head of Commercial Accounts at Mint Group, who argues that organizations in the financial services industry (ISPs) have a key role to play in this regard.

    He points out that there is a growing awareness of the link between sustainability and finance – generally referred to as “sustainable finance” – not only globally, but also in South Africa. Indeed, the National Treasury revised project of its 2020 technical paper: “Financing a Sustainable Economy”, which was published in October 2021, recognizes that sustainability goes well beyond the environmental focus of the previous paper.

    Aimed at all players in the local finance sector, including banks, pension funds, insurance, asset management and capital markets, the National Treasury report recognizes that economic, environmental and social risks long term are linked. It therefore aims to encourage more sustainable long-term economic assets, activities and projects that encompass both the concepts of green and social finance.

    For example, while climate change is traditionally seen as an environmental issue, the report highlights that it is also a social and economic issue. Indeed, it can impact not only individuals, especially the vulnerable, as the recent floods have tragically demonstrated, but also critical infrastructure such as the port of Durban, main roads, factories and agricultural land. This widespread destruction will also negatively affect the country’s ability to grow the economy, create jobs and ensure food security.

    Better understanding the exposure to environmental, social and governance risks facing the financial sector is absolutely essential to achieving the financial stability needed to protect the South African economy and its citizens from external shocks, according to the Treasury report. major effects on the financial system. It is also essential for building resilience through creditworthiness and effective risk management, as well as balanced and inclusive growth.

    Sustainable finance, the report continues, therefore requires the identification and mitigation of risks – including environmental and social risks – as well as the identification and implementation of economic opportunities that are socially, environmentally and economically beneficial. .

    For South Africa to successfully transition to what the National Treasury calls a “climate resilient economy” and achieve financial stability, the financial sector will need to “assess exposure and opportunities to environmental and social risks at its portfolio and its transactions; disclose and mitigate these risks; and link them to products, activities and capital allocations. »

    However, Dennis notes that much of the attention paid to sustainability by the financial services industry has traditionally been directed inward, with organizations resorting to an almost box-ticking public relations exercise to demonstrate their “ecology”. These efforts range from implementing power-saving protocols or going digital to save paper, to reducing the organization’s footprint by allowing customers to interact with it remotely.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the glacial pace of workplace transformation as it has become clear that the concept of the remote workplace is no longer a futuristic goal but a functional necessity. Smart use of technology that, for example, enables employees to share knowledge and work more efficiently regardless of their location, or enables virtual interactions with customers, is no longer an asset, but a question. of business survival – in other words, the sustainability of the business,” he says.

    However, Dennis acknowledges that sustainability, as described in the National Treasury report, is a complex issue that many organizations struggle to address, as it requires both inward and outward attention. ‘outside.

    “Many organizations in Asia have created a new position, that of Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO), to help their organizations navigate the many and varied aspects of sustainability. Maybe that’s something local organizations need to start considering as well,” he adds.

    He points out that there are a number of technologies that can help ISP organizations in their sustainability efforts. This includes the use and integration of big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning, mobile platforms, blockchain and IOT. Some or all of these may be incorporated into the products and services that FSIs may use, for example, to serve their customers; ensure they appoint product vendors and service providers who themselves operate sustainably; or conducting due diligence on long-term investment opportunities to determine their long-term ESG impact.

    However, knowing which technologies to adopt – or even where to start – can be daunting. But there is no shortage of organizations ready and able to help. Microsoft, for example, has developed an industry-specific “sustainable transformation landscape” to provide an overarching framework – a “sustainable business model” supported by three pillars – that companies can follow on their ESG journey. It defines what ISP companies should consider now, next, and beyond across these pillars: Sustainable Platform; lasting collaboration; and sustainable ecosystem.

    “Much of the benefits of investments made by FSIs today to foster the kind of sustainability envisioned in the National Treasury report will only be realized by future generations. And that’s what it’s all about. The fact is, ISFs have the power – and the money – to make a real difference with the tools they currently have. All they need is a commitment to do it,” concludes Dennis.

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    Upcoming Tax and Financial Services Week, May 9 – Financial Services https://hoteloliebol.com/upcoming-tax-and-financial-services-week-may-9-financial-services/ Wed, 11 May 2022 18:55:21 +0000 https://hoteloliebol.com/upcoming-tax-and-financial-services-week-may-9-financial-services/ To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. The House and Senate will meet again Tuesday at 2 p.m. and Monday at 3 p.m., respectively. What to watch Following the leak of the U.S. Supreme Court’s draft opinion, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced that […]]]>

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    The House and Senate will meet again Tuesday at 2 p.m. and Monday at 3 p.m., respectively.

    What to watch

    Following the leak of the U.S. Supreme Court’s draft opinion, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced that the Senate will vote on the Privacy Protection Act on Wednesday. Women’s Health (S.4132), which would establish that governments cannot limit the services of a health care provider. possibility of offering abortion services. The vote should fail.

    Lawmakers will also continue negotiations on an aid package for Ukraine. President Biden recently sent a letter to Chair Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) outlining the administration’s request for additional emergency funding. In it, the White House requested $33 billion for economic and security aid in the form of munitions, armored vehicles, small arms and unmanned aircraft systems. The administration’s proposal would also provide for additional authorities to investigate, prosecute and confiscate the assets of Russian oligarchs to be used to benefit Ukraine.

    This package has stalled due to a disagreement between Republicans and Democrats over whether to move this package alongside another providing $10 billion in COVID-19 funding. Both President Biden and Pelosi have said they want to combine the two, a position widely supported by Democrats. However, Republicans are unlikely to back a combined package, which could total around $50 billion. Even so, some members, including Schumer, have said the package could be tabled in the Senate this week.

    On the floor

    The House will vote this week on several financial services bills, including the Small Business Mergers, Acquisitions, Sales, and Brokerage Simplification Act (HR935), which would allow small business M&A brokers to organize sales and purchases of ownership and control of private companies. companies without registering as “broker-dealers” with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

    The House will also vote on a number of financial services bills related to Russian aggression against Ukraine, including the Russian and Belarusian Financial Sanctions Act (HR7066), Ukraine’s Comprehensive Debt Payment (HR7081), the Russian Government Officials Isolation Law (HR6891), and the Russian-Belarusian SDR Trading Ban Law (HR6899).

    The Senate will vote on multiple candidates and abortion legislation. Votes for Lisa Cook, nominated to serve on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, and Alvaro Bedoya, nominated to serve on the Federal Trade Commission, will likely be delayed.

    In committee

    Senate Banking Committee

    On Tuesday, the plenary committee will hold a hearing entitled “Financial Stability Supervisory Board Annual Report to Congress“, during which the following witnesses will testify:

    • Janet Yellen (Secretary, Treasury Department)

    Created under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) is charged with overseeing the stability of the U.S. financial system by identifying risks and promoting compliance. market discipline. Lawmakers are expected to lobby Treasury Secretary Yellen on the risks posed by climate change, inflation and cyberattacks, among others, to financial stability.

    On Thursday, the plenary committee will hold a hearing entitled “Coping with climate change with energy-efficient and resilient housing“, during which the following witnesses will testify:

    • Ruth Ann Norton (Chief Executive Officer, Green and Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI))

    Energy-efficient homes can reduce electricity consumption by up to 77% and greenhouse gas emissions by 2.4 tonnes per year, according to at the Inter-American Development Bank. The committee could explore how Congress can promote these outcomes through legislation. The subcommittee will hear from representatives of GHHI, an entity “dedicated to addressing the social determinants of health and advancing racial and health equity.”

    House Financial Services Committee

    On Wednesday, the Sub-Committee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship and Capital Markets will hold a hearing entitled “A cut above? Bond Rating Industry Review“, during which the following witnesses will testify:

    • Yann Le Pallec (Executive Managing Director, Head of Global Rating Services, S&P Global Ratings)

    • Angela Liang (General Counsel and Executive Committee Member, Kroll Bond Rating Agency)

    • Ian Linell (Chairman, Fitch Ratings)

    • Mariana Gomez-Vock (Senior Vice President of Policy and Legal Affairs, American Council of Life Insurers)

    Lawmakers will examine bond rating agencies, which rate the creditworthiness of debt issued by several types of entities, including corporations, sovereign nations and municipalities. The scope of this hearing will focus specifically on bonds. Members of the subcommittee will likely discuss the big three: Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch.

    On Thursday, the plenary committee will hold a hearing entitled “The annual report of the Financial Stability Supervisory Board“, during which the following witnesses will testify:

    • Janet Yellen (Secretary, Treasury Department)

    The hearing will likely contain a discussion similar to that heard in the House Financial Services Committee, which held a hearing on the same topic earlier in the week.

    On Friday, the Task Force on Artificial Intelligence will hold a hearing entitled “Tracking the Codes – Using AI for Efficient RegTech.” No witnesses were called.

    The Congressional Research Service defines “regtech” as “the use of technology by regulators and regulated entities to facilitate compliance with applicable regulations and policy objectives.” Regtech can be used to monitor prudential financial risks and analyze the circulation of financial products and services. The process can be costly for some institutions. Lawmakers could explore how home artificial intelligence can help reduce these costs.

    Tax committees

    The House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee do not have hearings scheduled for this week.

    FISCAL AND FINANCIAL DECLINE

    In case you missed it…

    • The Senate confirmed Joshua Frost 54-42 as assistant secretary for capital markets at the Treasury Department.

    • Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said last week that all 50 Democrats in the Senate support establishing a new 15% “book income” tax on large corporations. Warren specifically said she has “50 Democrats in favor of a minimum tax on books” and that she “believes[s] it will happen.”

    • Intuit, owner of TurboTax, OK last week to pay $141 million to customers who paid for its products after the company announced its free services.

    In a nonbinding motion of instruction, the Senate encouraged signatories to the Bipartisan Innovation Act to include a specific tax provision in the final package. The motion proposed by Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) would ask participants to include a research and development tax credit for small businesses and renew the immediate expenditure of research and development costs in the final package. .

    UPCOMING ACTIVITY

    Below is a comprehensive list of all tax and financial services events in Congress, government, and the private sector for the coming week.

    Administration

    tuesday may 10

    Internal Revenue Service

    Taxpayer Advocacy Panel Notices and Correspondence Project Committee

    Internal Revenue Service

    Taxpayers Advocacy Group Tax Forms and Publications Project Committee

    Internal Revenue Service

    Taxpayer Advocacy Panel Toll-Free Lines Project Committee

    Wednesday May 11

    Internal Revenue Service

    Taxpayers Advocacy Group Special Projects Committee

    Internal Revenue Service

    Taxpayer Advocacy Group Taxpayer Communications Project Committee

    Thursday May 12

    Internal Revenue Service

    Taxpayers Advocacy Group Taxpayer Assistance Center Improvement Project Committee

    Private sector

    Monday May 9

    Brookings Institution

    Bank mergers and sector resilience

    tuesday may 10

    Federalist Society

    Central Bank Digital Currency – Efficient Innovation or End of the Private Banking System?

    The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide on the subject. Specialist advice should be sought regarding your particular situation.

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    Fourth Quarter 2022 Results: Cipla, Max Financial Services, Torrent Power, Ajanta Pharma, Welspun India Report March Quarter Results; see highlights https://hoteloliebol.com/fourth-quarter-2022-results-cipla-max-financial-services-torrent-power-ajanta-pharma-welspun-india-report-march-quarter-results-see-highlights/ Tue, 10 May 2022 16:22:18 +0000 https://hoteloliebol.com/fourth-quarter-2022-results-cipla-max-financial-services-torrent-power-ajanta-pharma-welspun-india-report-march-quarter-results-see-highlights/ zeenews.india.com understands that your privacy is important to you and we are committed to being transparent about the technologies we use. This Cookie Policy explains how and why cookies and other similar technologies may be stored on and accessed from your device when you use or visit the zeenews.india.com websites that link to this Policy […]]]>

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