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IBOR reform in the euro area – progress in an ocean of uncertainty

To respond to the concerns about the reliability and robustness of the IBOR benchmarks, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) recommended the development of an alternative (nearly) risk-free reference rate (RFR) in its report in July 2014.

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Challenges with the replacement of IBOR benchmark interest rates

Benchmark interest rates are an essential part of financial markets. These interest rates are used for numerous financial products, such as bonds, loans and derivatives, and in the construction of discount curves. This has applications in fair value calculations, hedge strategies, sensitivity analysis, treasury and risk management systems, and much more.

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RPA, cutting through the noise

How to successfully use robotic capabilities for financial process automation

Are you thinking about replacing part of your workforce by automated robots? Think again, because Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is not about getting rid of what may be your company’s most valuable asset. The full potential of this innovative technology will only be captured by enabling your employees to work in harmony with automated technology.

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Benefitting from a new regulation?

The revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is a new European regulation that aims to benefit all end users in the payments space, both consumers and businesses alike. How is it relevant for you?

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Are you ready for IFRS 9?

With the mandatory implementation deadline of 1 January 2018 less than a year away, the impact of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments should not be underestimated. This accounting standard significantly changes the accounting of financial instruments and has substantial implications for corporates and their treasury departments.

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