Monthly Archives: August 2017

29 AugData quality issues really hurt banks. Stuff worth knowing from The Bankers’ Plumber

Data quality is either the root of all evil or the fountain of all good. My view is that 80% of the time, evil wins. Data quality is not just a challenge for the big behemoth banks, it is even a challenge for new businesses that thrive on new technology, practice all things Lean & […]

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15 AugThere’s something about liquidity in banks. Stuff worth knowing from The Bankers’ Plumber

Liquidity & Capital; two well known quantities which banks need to manage. That they have some cost is not news and not worth sharing. What I hope is worth sharing is a view of just how expensive those things are and what banks need to do to manage that expense. This week’s post pulls together […]

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