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Reply leverages Data and Analytics to gain insights into the development of the Coronavirus pandemic and how it impacts society, consumers and industries. This report focusses on the changes in the Financial Services and Insurance sectors since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The amendments aim to keep reporting requirements consistent with changes in the regulatory framework and with the evolving needs for risk assessments. The EBA expects to submit the revised draft Implementing Technical Standards to the European Commission in April 2019. The application of the revised requirements will be in March 2018, with the first reporting reference date as of 31 March 2020.
Around 100 participants were present at EBA FinTech regulation and EBA roundtable meeting, during which were identified six areas for further analysis. These priority topics will leverage knowledge and expertise from participants in the EBA’s new FinTech Knowledge Hub, thus working on comparative assessment with a view to identify best practices.
Two years ago the asset gathering and investment service industry seemed to be on the brink of a possible disruption by new digital players. But is it for real? Let’s just stop for a moment and look at where we are now.
Companies feel it’s time to move to new working paradigms, in order to achieve higher level of effectiveness in processes and results.
But they are struggling in finding the right way, in terms of approach and scope of change.
Here’s how to proceed.
Financial Services Outlook 2019 (FSO19) takes a look at some of the key themes of 2019, which will influence the C-Suite agenda within many European Financial Institutions. Starting from the overarching macro-economic and geo-political themes that will dominate the year, such as interest rate policy and Brexit, this publication offers a series of expert articles on key topics from the fields of
Finance, Risk, Regulation and Technology.
Avantage Reply is partnering with the
Dutch Foreign Banker’s Association to discuss the impact of Brexit on Financial Services
The client was seeking an evaluation of its liquidity risk management capability in terms of the business being supported. Avantage Reply undertook a detailed review and provided recommendations for best practice liquidity risk management, which formed the basis of the client’s subsequent implementation programme.
DeA Capital Real Estate SGR has chosen Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service to speed up and automate the processes, making this transition with the Platinum Partner Oracle, Reply Consulting.
With the aim of experimenting with an Advanced Analytics approach,
Data Analytics laboratory initiative launched by Banca
involves a partnership between the Marketing Research
team and Reply for the development of advanced data analysis mechanisms and
the design of proactive services, tailored to the customer’s needs.
Which are the opportunities offered by technological innovation to address financial institutions’ main business and regulatory needs? For this purpose, Reply is running a survey that will inestigate: Trading, Treasury, Collateral Management, Risk Management, Investment Strategies, Fund Management and Portfolio Management.
An international bank aimed to restructure their internal information architecture to facilitate access to relevant up-to-date information for their employees across the company. WM Reply supported the organisation by consolidating different sources of information into one central hub providing a unique user experience.
On November 25, 2015 the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union issued the PSD2 (Revised Payment Services Directive). Reply partners with Banks to help them capitalise on the opportunities offered by the PSD2 and is able to offer several business opportunities that can be integrated as part of sustainable use cases.
Insurers need to quickly understand their business and interpret data to foster innovation, reduce operational costs and provide a platform appropriate for accurate and fast assessment of risk / innovative pricing, for compliance and to leverage new sales channels.
Open Reply is honoured to have been chosen as a partner to support ABBL's Digital Banking and FinTech Innovation Cluster in developing and delivering a series of 40 workshops on FinTech topics.
Reply promotes joint research on the future of digital currencies based on Blockchain technology. The research, referred to as Cryptoeuro, is promoted by Reply in collaboration with the Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Working Group of the Digital Innovation Observatories of the Polytechnic University of Milan and the participation of the Associazione Italiana Istituti di Pagamento e di Moneta Elettronica (AIIP - Italian Association of Payment and Electronic Currency Institutes).
Physical networks represent the reference channel for the insurance industry. However, digital channels are an integral and complementary part of the customer experience. e*finance consulting Reply provides a comprehensive view of the current situation, monitoring the public channels used by 21 insurance companies, from the traditional to the bancassurance and the direct insurance sector.
A European study carried out by Reply investigates the habits of millennials with regard to their use of today’s payment systems and possible changes over the coming years.
eFinance Consulting Reply, Pay Reply, Blue Reply and Orrick host the event Bank 3.0: the opportunities of PSD2. The event is focused on the opportunities of the PSD2 Directive, which implementation in Italy is expected to enter into force in January 2018.
In addition to the excellent technological support provided within the scope of project and architecture development, the experience gained by Technology Reply in recent years has also allowed the company to offer a functional support service covering Fideuram Investimenti’s main areas of application, thereby minimising the delivery times associated with the development of new financial products.
In the face of an ever rising digital agenda in Europe, banks are jumping on the fintech bandwagon, hoping to jumpstart innovation. Technology stands today as a catalyst for change in established banking institutions, write Astrid Froidure,
Open Reply, and Fausto Jori,
e*finance consulting Reply.
Three connected forces drive the need for change in the Banking sector: technology, competition and behaviours. For this reason, banks need to define their road to innovation.
Insurances: over the years, complexity and costs related to the management of insurance processes have undermined the profitability of companies and inhibited the distribution of innovative insurance products. A platform was developed which, by integrating with the Ethereum Blockchain, facilitates the setting and enforcement of smart contracts for travel insurance. Insurechain is a solution that facilitates the automation of premium calculations, the management of appraisals and the settlement of certain types of claims, ensuring end-user transparency.
Reply takes part in Dimensione Cliente, the ABI institutional event on Retail dedicated to the relationship between the Bank and the Retail Customer, now in its tenth edition. Reply holds the speech "Millenials and Banks: “disintermediation” risk or incentive to innovate the sector?".