Is all the easy money circulating in the financial markets and economy fuel for innovation or fool’s gold?
In today's competitive insurance industry, the roles of trusted advisor and risk guardian are quickly gaining prominence. How can they gain customer trust?
There is a treasure trove of insights to be gleaned from this data to help improve our lives and hopefully make the world a better place.
Citizens and customers have access to insights on devices of their choice at a scale that is unprecedented in modern history, especially in India and China.
We're witnessing a dramatic business model transformation enabled by technology, altering value chains in real time to better serve customers and citizens.
Capital markets are vulnerable to economic and political shifts, and acting without understanding can be dangerous. And banks must be smart and fast.
Customer data analysis has revolutionized retail, but retail banking is lagging behind. Why?
Banks and insurers are realizing there is a lot to be learned from the retail and consumer products industries.
Several years after the onset of the financial crisis in 2007, banks and financial institutions are continuing to reassess their relationship with risk and risk management.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a report that makes it clear that companies can use social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter to announce key information in compliance with Regulation Fair Disclosure (Regulation FD)