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Aug 26, 2022

Challenges of Non-Maturing Deposit Modeling Amid a Global Saving Glut

In the last decade, the world economy faced a global saving glut problem, in which economic agents keep saving even in negative real rates. This situation leads to excess demand for safe assets (US Treasuries), lowering bond yields, and peaking equity valuations. The 2008 financial crisis and the Great Recession reinforced the rise in global savings, though incremental accumulation has been concentrated in Europe, the U.S. and other advanced economies.

Aug 25, 2022

SS&C Deliver Conference – How Banks Stay Ahead of Change

It goes without saying that the banking space looks much different now than it did a few of years ago. As the industry continues to endure impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic and record high inflation, it has been increasingly more difficult for financial institutions to navigate through market changes and prepare for future industry impacts. Whether you’re a 2023 filer preparing for CECL compliance, looking to leverage CECL insights for other business purposes or preparing for ESG requirements that are surely coming down the pipe, new trends continue to evolve and influence the banking industry. How are you expected to keep up with all of this change, and where do you turn to learn about mitigating future impacts to your institution?  

Sep 1, 2020

Are you prepared to quickly respond to bank acquisition opportunities?

One of the biggest impacts of COVID-19 has been on the banking sector, as indicated by the increased level of provisions for loan losses recorded in the first two quarters of 2020. Bank executives that were successful acquirers during the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2008 and those looking to build franchise value are beginning to prepare for the potential to become active acquirers once again.


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