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Capital Markets & IT - lakyara February 2020

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Financial institutions are under constant pressure to reduce costs, improve operational efficiency, adapt to regulatory changes and grow their business. NRI believes that a combination financial knowledge and information technology are crucial to the industry’s growth and development.
Through our lakyara reports, NRI identifies the various capital markets and IT issues impacting our clients and the future of their business.

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  • Asset Management

    Alternative data use going mainstream

    Senior Consultant Digital Financial Business Planning Department Ⅰ

    Keiko Kataoka

    Alternative data use, hitherto an increasingly sophisticated niche occupied by Western hedge funds, is now going mainstream by virtue of improvements in data accessibility and a growing array of alternative data services. Broadening beyond the hedge fund world, alternative data is now starting to be used routinely by nearly all types of financial institutions.

  • Special Edition

    Risk-based approach to AML/CFT

    Director AML/CFT Policy Office Strategy Development and Policy Bureau, Financial Services Agency

    Hiroshi Ozaki

    General Manager Global Financial Solution Business Department Nomura Research Institute (NRI)

    Ryuichi Matsushita

    With financial services now globalized, countries around the world have to coordinate with each other to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.Their AML/CFT regimes are evaluated by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international organization. If a country were to fail an FATF evaluation, its international reputation would be tarnished. We spoke to Hiroshi Ozaki, Director of the Japanese FSA’s ALM/CFT Policy Office, about what Japanese financial institutions’ immediate priorities should be.