Etienne Slabbert joined Barclays Africa Group in May and is responsible for technology strategy, execution and service on the continent outside of South Africa. Prior to joining Barclays Africa, Etienne held various senior technology, operations and banking roles at firms such as Nedbank, Accenture and Infoplan.
These Guidelines are addressed to competent authorities and aim at promoting common procedures and methodologies for the assessment of ICT risk.
The growing importance and increasing complexity of ICT risk within the banking industry and in individual institutions, as well as the increasing potential adverse prudential impact from this risk on an institution and on the sector as a whole have prompted the EBA to develop these Guidelines on its own initiative to assist competent authorities in their assessment of ICT risk as part of the SREP.
The Guidelines are structured around 3 main parts: These Guidelines are complemented by an ICT risk taxonomy, which includes a list of 5 ICT risk categories and a non-exhaustive list of examples of material ICT risks, which competent authorities should reflect on as part of the assessment.
The Guidelines do not introduce any additional reporting obligation. However, competent authorities should be able to request, if necessary, additional information from the institution.
These Guidelines are applicable from 01 January Design for All in the context of information and communications technology (ICT) is the conscious and systematic effort to proactively apply principles, methods and tools to promote universal design in computer-related technologies, including Internet-based technologies, thus avoiding the need for a posteriori adaptations, or specialised design (Stephanidis et al., ).
importance of ICT in the banking industry, a number research works have been carried out. In , an evaluation of the response of Nigerian banks to the adoption of ICT was presented.
Technology Trends Affecting the Banking Industry Technology advances in the financial industry are changing the way consumers bank. As consumers, corporations, and governments continue to demand more efficiency, the payment system will continue to become more complex. in the banking industry, it is a necessity to develop practices and tools such as integrated ICT Management Framework that collect best practices found in different ICT Management Frame- works and combine them to business objectives that direct ICT strategies, technologies, and man-. 1 1 Integration and Information Technology Effects on Merger Value in the U.S. Commercial Banking Industry Ali Tafti College of Business, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Wohlers Hall, Champaign, IL
In , a technical model that to ascertain the impact of ICT on the Nigerian banking sector as a function of banking The Impacts of ICTs on Banks.
Banking these days is all virtual money, there is hardly any cash handled anymore.
Just as an example: With rent, mortgages, energy costs, credit card bills and other transactions there are thousands of Dollars going through the average person’s a. The ICT sector continues to be a key growth priority for the Vietnamese Government.
Access to ICT and adoption has been considerably high in Vietnam over the last decade. Investment in telecommunications infrastructure means most households now have access to mobile or fixed line phones, though infrastructure investment is still needed. The New Age Banking Summit - Nigeria edition focuses on the most innovative banking trends, technologies and best practices to stay relevant in the digital age.
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