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Access the latest financial services news and thought leadership on our blog, where we provide insight into how banks are transforming digitally, using technologies from Microsoft and our solutions from our partners.
Guide: What now? A guide for financial services leaders in a disruptive time
Learn how to navigate challenges during times of disruption and make transitions to new ways of working. See how other financial services leaders are adapting through a collection of engaging interviews and eBooks in this resource hub, What Now? A Guide for Financial Services Leaders in a Disruptive Time.
eBook: Redefining Risk Management in an Era of Disruption
Amid global disruptions, it’s essential for financial services institutions to review model strategies. Learn how to develop and apply an efficient plan to improve model resilience in this eBook, Redefining Risk Management in an Era of Data and Disruption.
eBook: Crossing the digital threshold: Identity and access innovation in financial services
To differentiate and compete in the digital age, traditional financial institutions need to enable their own digital ecosystems in the cloud by integrating third-party services, improving customer onboarding and delivering differentiated customer experiences. To do that in the cloud, they need safe and secure digital identity.
eBook: Concentration Risk: Perspectives from Microsoft
Risk and procurement officers at financial institutions need to respond to regulation and ensure their decisions are optimised against meaningful risk without holding their individual institution back from the opportunity these technologies offer. This paper provides information on steps to assess and mitigate against relevant classifications of risk and, at the same time, implement approaches without the need to adopt a multi-sourcing strategy.