American Banker examines the role systems and operations played in large financial companies' often-hamhanded handling of the economic crisis.

Crisis Laid Bare Banks' Weaknesses at Processing Information

American Banker | Jan 31Systems that don’t talk to each other are the original "legacy assets." Some banks are finally integrating them.

Regulators Demanding Clearer Picture of Risk from Banks

American Banker | Jan 31Though tech investments help, supervisors are concerned not just about data systems but also about whether bank managers can analyze the information.


What Needs Fixing in Banks' Systems and Back Offices

American Banker | Jan 31Six areas where the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing, creating business and reputational risks.