On March 31, 2017. Dollars in thousands
How do you restore profits after a banking scandal that victimized both customers and employees — without inflicting more pain on either side?
The Japanese exchange bitFlyer has processed $30 billion in bitcoin trades so far in 2017. Now it has its sights set on American crypto enthusiasts.
The company says the tracking devices are a way to reduce office space and know when shared workstations are free, but “hot-desking” also raises questions about whether employees are being spied on.
Corporate Vision magazine has bestowed its Best Enterprise Legal Management Platform Award upon Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions. This is the second consecutive year that Wolters Kluwer has triumphed in the magazine’s Technology Innovator Awards series that celebrates excellence and…
Solution Helps Firms Meet Existing—and Pending—Regulatory Obligations
Wolters Kluwer today announced the release of its enhanced Capital Changes 871M Automated Compliance Tool. The solution helps banks, brokers and other financial services firms comply with IRS rules…
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is facing a leadership crisis as top jobs go unfilled, leaving key decisions unresolved.
A recent tribute to Maggie Walker came more than a century after she founded St. Luke Penny Savings Bank in Richmond, Va. But it fittingly coincided with the first anniversary of the #BankBlack movement and offers a counterweight to the racial strife that just occurred less than 100 miles away in Charlottesville.
First financial results since hedge fund’s London listing show 1.7% loss year-to-date
The simple act of moving money can have a big impact on any political movement, so banks and payment networks are often caught up in issues of national importance. Here are some recent instances where payments and politics came head-to-head.