A connected planning approach to financial services regulations

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The financial services industry must comply with some of the most complex regulations in the world. By one count, banks must track an average of 200 regulatory revisions globally per day. The complexity resides in the nature of the regulatory requirements, their promulgation across jurisdictions, and the constantly changing framework they create.

In the context of today’s volatile markets, political instability, and climate-change issues, addressing the regulatory agenda is not easy for finance and risk practitioners at financial institutions. They face many questions, including:

  • How to balance investment decisions with capital and liquidity requirements
  • How to drive a growth strategy that is fully aligned with the risk appetite of the company and the solvency regulations
  • How to prepare for new IFRS regulations, such as IFRS9 or IFRS17

A forward-looking approach helps institutions anticipate the many factors impacting their business models and also can support management decisions from finance, risk, and technology perspectives. Scenario-based modeling and forecasting, along with collaboration between finance and risk groups, is needed to reconcile financial and regulatory reporting under the new IFRS and solvency frameworks.

Join the financial services session at Hub Comes to You in Singapore on 05 October to learn how the Anaplan platform helps address the regulatory challenges facing banking, insurance, and asset management organizations by delivering a connected and collaborative method of planning.

You will hear from a panel of industry experts, including:

They will discuss how deeply banking and insurance regulations impact the business agenda of financial institutions and explain why agile planning technology is so important to successful finance transformation.


Hear from financial experts at Accenture, Deloitte, and NMG Consulting.

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