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Allianz Phones Homes When a nearby oil pipe burst, Allianz Global Investors was glad to have MessageOne's crisis communication solution in place for business continuity.
Compliance Handoff: Hiring a Full-Time CCO Is Proving Costly for Advisers and Funds, Which Are Now Outsourcing the Entire Compliance Department As hiring a full-time CCO is proving costly, many small and mid-size firms now are outsourcing the entire compliance department.
Mystery Shopping for Effective Fraud Prevention By comparing a combination of mystery-shopper tactics and Web site research against criteria in prevention, detection and resolution of identity fraud events, Javelin Strategy & Research ranked 24 financial institutions on how well they protected customers' identities.
Swiss Regulator Rails on SWIFT Cory Levine, Wall Street & Technology Swiss banks have been accused of breaking their country's laws on data privacy, a charge that stems from their involvement in the SWIFT data-sharing debacle that was first exposed in June. According to a Finextra report, Switzerland's federal data protection commissioner, Hanspeter ThÜr, claimed Swiss banks broke national data protection laws by not informing customers
Wall St. Bests London in Both E-Mail Compliance and Compliance Evasion Cory Levine, Wall Street & Technology E-mail communications on Wall Street are under considerably more scrutiny than those traveling through the London financial industry, according to new survey results from e-mail compliance vendor Orchestria. The survey conducted earlier this month questioned 300 people working on Wall Street in New York and in the City area of London