Financial Technologies International (FTI) last month rebranded its entire product suite from StreetEnterprise to GoldenSource in an aim to emphasize its data management capabilities. According to FTI, this is in recognition of the fact that firms are facing significant regulatory and compliance challenges, as well as considering opportunities to drive new revenue streams with new products and services, all of which require consistent and trusted enterprise data to power financial systems. The rebranding affects all product brands previously known as StreetEnterprise. GoldenSource Enterprise is comprised of two product suites: GoldenSource Data Management and Goldensource Solutions.
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You can listen to the recording of this webinar by registering on this page. Are your client lifecycle management processes – including client onboarding, Know Your Customer (KYC), Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and most recently General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – up to the right standard for today’s pressing regulatory challenges? Early iterations of KYC and...
Extracting value from data is a priority for financial institutions as the business looks to increase efficiency, reduce costs, identify new opportunities and gain competitive advantage. Some source in-house tools to improve the quality and accessibility of internal and external data, others look to third-parties for solutions. A new tool from GoldenSource, Quant Workbench, brings...
The Data Management Summit Virtual will bring together the global data management community to share lessons learned, best practice guidance and latest innovations to emerge from the recent crisis. Join us online to hear from leading data practitioners and innovators from the UK, US and Europe who will share insights into how they are pushing the boundaries with data to deliver value with flexible but resilient data driven strategies.
The US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act – aka FATCA – raised eyebrows when its final regulations requiring foreign financial institutions (FFIs) to report US accounts to US tax authorities were published last year. But with the exception of a few modifications, the legislation remains in place and starts to comes into force in earnest...