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Why Do Organisations Get Agile Adoption Wrong?
50% of operating model changes1 today are focussed on adoption of Agile and DevOps delivery models.
UK
14 Sep 2017
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Fundamental Review Of The Trading Book - A New Round Of Upheaval And Change For Trading Operations
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published its finalised framework for assessment of market risk, a major part of the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), on 14 January 2016.
UK
9 Feb 2016
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Qualifying Securitisation | What Is It And What Does It Mean For The Market?
In September 2015 the EU Commission is expected to bring forward a legislative proposal in on ‘high-quality' securitisation as part of the Capital Markets Union.
UK
3 Jul 2015
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Capital Markets Union: Positive First Steps
The European Commission has fired the starting gun on the Capital Markets Union (CMU), the flagship agenda to deliver a single market for capital, by publishing its widely trailed first green paper (GP).
UK
24 Feb 2015
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Forensic Structured Products Advisory - Bringing Clarity to Complex Situations
Complex financial structured products were at the heart of the capital markets and key to many investment banks’ and financial firms’ profit streams while financial times were good.
UK
9 Jun 2010
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Banking And Capital Markets Insight – August 2009
Welcome to the August 2009 edition of Banking and Capital Markets Insight, which focuses on technical issues currently coming out of the banking, capital markets, securities and fund management arenas.
UK
2 Sep 2009
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Securities and Banking Update – December 2005 Part 2
Due to be in force in 2006, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) will impose a new burden on UK firms and demand substantial and costly changes to systems and processes. Deloitte’s Mike Williams examines some of the specific challenges and suggests that, despite such short timeframes, early compliance will give firms a distinct competitive advantage.
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8 Dec 2005
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Securities and Banking Update – December 2005
The ISAB’s desire to implement fair value accounting for financial instruments has faced controversy and complaint and seemed likely to be watered down when it was drawn into the realms of EU politics. Now however, fairness is back and thanks to the IASB’s background efforts it doesn’t look much different.
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8 Dec 2005
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Banking Update - Newsletter for Non-US Based Banks
Deloitte held two banking seminars, one on 17 November 2004 in London, UK and the other on 15 Feb 2005 in New York, USA. These seminars discussed the challenges related to the adoption of new US accounting standards as well as aspects related to the implementation of IFRS, especially IAS 32 and 39, for the first time in Europe.
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15 Mar 2005
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15 Mar 2005
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No time for change - Contactless Smartcards have Arrived
A tiny chip is set to replace a fistful of coins and notes for many everyday low-value payment transactions. Demand for the latest generation of contactless payment solutions is likely to be driven by consumers and retailers. Widespread consumer adoption will not just depend on maximising ease of use; creating contagion requires ubiquitous merchant take-up and a profitable business model.
UK
 
7 Mar 2005
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Governance in Brief
In brief: The Securities and Exchange Commission are considering giving foreign companies an extra year to comply with rules that require them to test and report on their internal controls.
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1 Mar 2005
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Deloitte Insurance Market Update (Part 1 of 3) - Introduction, Capital Alternatives, FSA Initiatives
Welcome to the latest edition of our Insurance Market Update in which we focus upon issues facing the life insurance industry Insurance companies will have submitted their ICAs in time and started the new year with fingers crossed for the Financial Services Authority’s (FSA’s) verdict. Change continues to be the order of the day.
UK
21 Feb 2005
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Deloitte Insurance Market Update (Part 2 of 3) - Pensions, Regulation and Strategy, Tax Risk Management
The implementation of a new legislative framework for pensions in April 2006 heralds a new era for the industry. Merging eight regimes into one will fundamentally change the UK pension market but it’s not just the sales side that will benefit. Simplification is also a chance for providers to radically overhaul their administrative platforms and tackle systems and operational issues. Andrew Power reviews the opportunities and highlights some of the key considerations
UK
21 Feb 2005
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Deloitte Insurance Market Update (Part 3 of 3) - Technical Updates – News in Brief
In November 2004 the FSA published policy statement PS04/24 which confirmed that it still intends that the EEA group capital adequacy will become a hard solvency test to be met by EEA insurance groups containing a UK insurer but as expected the introduction of the hard test will be deferred from 1 January 2005 until 31 December 2006.
UK
21 Feb 2005
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Report on the impact of the Directors’ Remuneration Report Regulations
This ‘Report on the Directors’ Remuneration Report Regulations 2002’ (‘Report’), describes research undertaken by Deloitte and Touche LLP (‘Deloitte’) on behalf of the Department of Trade & Industry (‘DTI’) and according to terms of reference agreed with the DTI
UK
 
27 Jan 2005
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Manufacturing outlook 2004/05 - Sorting the survivors from the winners
This is a good time to be in manufacturing. To those who are still feeling bruised by the upheavals and severe trading conditions of the past few years, this may seem an extraordinary statement. Few are comforted by the fact that the rate of change is still accelerating; in fact, uncertainty is becoming today’s only constant.
UK
13 Oct 2004
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Manufacturing outlook 2004/05 - More bang for your buck
In a bid to secure competitive advantage, we are all striving to lower our cost base and improve bottom line performance. Streamlining supply chain systems and processes can deliver a vital combination of reduced stock levels and lead-times, reduced WIP, better asset utilisation, improved use of production sites, increased productivity and superior service to customers.
UK
13 Oct 2004
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Manufacturing outlook 2004/05 - You aren’t the weakest link
Optimising the supply chain is one of today’s hot topics. Supply chain inefficiency is a key cause of unnecessary costs and poor delivery performance. There is no doubt, however, that far-reaching, end-to-end projects demand a complex blend of process, IT and financial skills and involve people at virtually every level. Consequently, they can take several years and create a large amount of upheaval, even though the outcome is often highly successful.
UK
13 Oct 2004
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