High Demands and More Clients Call for Increased Communications Efforts

Over the last couple of years, CMP has experienced large growth. More clients and a growing number of assignments with existing clients, means that more skills and competencies have entered the company. Along with growth and new skills, new ideas and further experiences develop. To exploit these skills and experiences and for them to become really valuable across the organization, they need to be communicated to both colleagues and clients. Therefore, CMP is proud to welcome their first full-time communications employee, Line Sofie Graversen.

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7 Key Takeaways in Fintechgration – Implementing a Fintech Solution

We see a development within the financial sector and in the capital market – a development driven by technologies and developed by an increasing number of FinTech startups. For established financial institutions, this means that they are looking at a new landscape where partnerships and integration are getting a whole new meaning. This will bring on new challenges for both sides. In this post we give a you seven key takeaways from the FinTech side and from the process of implementing a FinTech solution.

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Four Lessons Learned on the MiFID II Ban on Inducements

The partial ban on inducements (formidlingsprovision) related to marketing of investment funds is probably the most controversial part of the MiFID II directive. If we take a look back on the implementation of the legislation. What effect has it had so far and what has changed? This post goes through four lessons that we have learned.

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RTS 27 – A Contribution to Transparency?

Among many requirements under MiFID II, RTS 27 demands from market makers, liquidity providers and Systematic Internalisers, the quarterly publication of data related to the quality of execution of the institutions concerned.

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Moving Towards Continuous Delivery and a Better Agile State

For almost two decades, agile and continuous delivery has had much focus in the software development business. Many startups are founded on an agile culture of prototyping and experimenting until a sellable product or service emerge. For older software development companies, it has become a new way to revolutionize the business and deliver more “functionality” faster to get happier clients. The agile tools no matter framework, are easy to implement and use – only a few artifacts that are easy to understand.

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#Fintechgration – We believe in partnerships between financial institutions and FinTech startups

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The capital market is under development. A development driven by innovative technologies and developed by an increasing number of FinTech startups. The spreading of these startups also means that the established financial institutions can look forward to a market, that increasingly will be about partnerships – however, the integration is bringing on new challenges on both sides.

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Farvel til silotænkning på kapitalmarkedet

Der er to områder, som driver forandringerne på kapitalmarkederne lige nu: lovgivning og digitalisering. Bankerne skal fremover gøre livet lettere for kunderne og integrere bankens løsninger med kundens egne.

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CFA: Day #4 – At the End of the Road Happiness Lies

Last day is really only a half day, but with interesting sessions. Finally, there was a solid FinTech presentation about cryptocurrencies and then HE came, the one and only, Daniel Kahneman. That was the perfect end of a good conference

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CFA: Day #3 – The Girl with the Graphs and the Chinese Coconut

Until now, day three has been the best, and for surprising reasons. There was a FinTech session, but it was quite disappointing, even though I have a great interest in FinTech. A presentation on Japan, an unwillingly comic corporate presentation from Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing(HKEX) and a really brilliant presentation on ‘Illusion of control’ saved the day

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