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Journal of Financial Transformation

2001 - 2017

Current editor(s): Prof. Shahin Shojai

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2017, volume 45

Algorithmic Regulation: Automating Financial Compliance Monitoring and Regulation Using AI and Blockchain pp. 14-21
Philip Treleaven and Bogdan Batrinca
RegTech is the New Black - The Growth of RegTech Demand and Investment pp. 22-29
Kari Larsen and Shariq Gilani
From “Blockchain Hype” to a Real Business Case for Financial Markets pp. 30-40
Massimo Morini
Towards a Standards-Based Technology Architecture for RegTech pp. 49-59
Tom Butler
Machine learning: A revolution in risk management and compliance? pp. 60-67
Bart van Liebergen
Data-centered Dependencies and Opportunities for Robotics Process Automation in Banking pp. 68-76
Sandeep Vishnu, Vipul Agochiya and Ranjit Palkar
Do Credit Rating Agencies Inflate Their Ratings? A Review pp. 90-100 Downloads
Kee-Hong Bae and Hamdi Driss
The Power of “Negative Beta”: Why Every Portfolio Should Include Private Equity pp. 101-110
Andrew Freeman, Iordanis Karagiannidis and D. Sykes Wilford
John Bull Can't Stand 2 Percent: QE's Depressing Implications for Investment pp. 107-118
Jason Thomas
Downside Risk Protection of Retirement Assets: A New Approach pp. 111-120
Atanu Saha and Alex Rinaudo
The Asset Management Industry, Systemic Risk, and Macroprudential Policy pp. 121-128
Claude Lopez
The Asset Management Industry, Systemic Risk, and Macroprudential Policy pp. 121-128 Downloads
Claude Lopez
The Role of Asset Owners in the Market for Investment Research: Where Are the Fiduciary Capitalists? pp. 129-135
Alistair Haig
Risk, Data and the Barcodes of Finance pp. 136-157 Downloads
Allan Grody

2016, volume 44

Preparing for Shortened Settlement Cycles Beyond T+2 pp. 13-16
Steven Halliwell, Michael Martinen and Julia Simmons
Safety in Numbers: Toward a New Methodology for Quantifying Cyber Risk pp. 39-44
Sidhartha Dash and Peyman Mestchian
Potential and Limitations of Virtual Advice in Wealth Management pp. 45-57 Downloads
Teodoro Cocca
The Emergence of RegTech 2.0: From Know Your Customer to Know Your Data pp. 79-86
Douglas W Arner, Janos Barberis and Ross P Buckley
U.S. Regulation of FinTech - Recent Developments and Challenges pp. 87-96
C. Andrew Gerlach, Rebecca Simmons and Stephen Lam
Banking 2025: The Bank of the Future pp. 111-121 Downloads
Rainer Lenz
Banks Versus FinTech: At Last, it's Official pp. 122-131 Downloads
Sinziana Bunea, Benjamin Kogan and David Stolin
The Un-Level Playing Field for P2P Lending pp. 132-140
Alistair Milne
FinTech in Developing Countries: Charting New Customer Journeys pp. 151-159
Ross P Buckley and Sarah Webster

2016, volume 43

Crowdfunding - A new disruptive technology? pp. 9-14
Roy Smith and Won Hong
Get Bold with Blockchain pp. 15-20
Benjamin Jessel and Tommy Marshall
The role of financial institutions in advancing responsible value chains pp. 21-29
Herman Mulder
Robo-Advice 2.0: The Next Generation pp. 30-36
Andrew Arwas and Katie Soleil
Economists’ hubris – the case of business ethics in financial services pp. 38-61 Downloads
Shahin Shojai
The Dodd-Frank act five years later: are we more stable? pp. 62-71
Todd Zywicki
The Volcker Rule as structural law: implications for cost-benefit analysis and administrative law pp. 72-85
John Coates
A Historical Perspective on the Different Origins of U.S. Financial Market Regulators pp. 86-91
Susan Phillips and Bluford Putnam
Private Equity Capital Commitments: An Options- Private Equity Capital Commitments: An Options-Theoretic Risk Management Approach pp. 106-117
Andrew Freeman and D. Sykes Wilford
Credit Risk Decomposition for Asset Allocation pp. 117-123
Álvaro Chamizo Cana and Alfonso Novales
Time to rethink the “sophisticated investor” pp. 124-131 Downloads
Peter Morris
Fund transfer pricing for bank deposits: the case of products with undefined maturity pp. 132-149
Jean Dermine
Delegated Portfolio Management, Benchmarking, and the Effects on Financial Markets pp. 144-157
Deniz Igan and Marcelo Pinheiro

2016, volume 1

Seeing the Forest for the Trees - The Taming of Big Data pp. 1-2
Sanjay Sidhwani and Sue Yasav

2013, volume 37

Navigating the pitfalls of wholesale and corporate portal transformation pp. 12-15
Leonard Ikpase
Core transformations and related operational risks in retail banking: engaging for success in complex IT transformations pp. 16-24
Jan Stüve
Ten pitfalls with credit risk reporting pp. 29-38
Sandeep Vishnu and Larry Taylor
Industrialization in Financial Services: a new wave of opportunities pp. 29-38
Ido Gileadi, Stephen O'Sullivan and Christopher Hamilton
Optimizing risk allocation for CCPs under the European market infrastructure regulation pp. 39-52
Rodrigo Zepeda
Stress testing credit risk portfolios pp. 53-76
Michael Jacobs Jr
Basel III: solving the liquidity business challenge pp. 77-94
Robert Fiedler and Michael Mahlknecht
Sovereign credit risk in a hidden Markov regime-switching framework. Part 1: methodology pp. 99-109
Louise Potgeiter and Gianluca Fusai
FX volatility adjustment for risk factors stimulation pp. 111-116
Alexei Kondratyev

2013, volume 36

Benefits by DaaS for FSI - principles and limits of modern SOAs pp. 8-17
Ian Maravilla, Oliver Krauskopf and Kevin Wennemuth
Understanding business economics for investment managers pp. 18-25
Irene Ashkenazy and Frank Mackris
A constitutional system of money and finance pp. 27-42
Sankarshan Acharya
The failure of financial econometrics: confirmation and publication biases pp. 43-48
Imad Moosa
Optimal business model for financial institutions under post-crisis regulatory environment pp. 49-54
Kosrow Dehnad and Darius Dehnad
Strategic risk management: practice in systemically important banks pp. 55-66
Patrick McConnell
The changing role of sovereign credit ratings pp. 67-73
Simon Strong
Contingent capital, systemically important banks, and the public pp. 77-92
Markus P.H. Bürgi
Who or what has been hobbling CoCos: three essentials for making CoCos a success pp. 93-104
George von Furstenberg
What is the appropriate index construction methodology for African equity investment? pp. 105-110
Daniel Broby and Morgan Lochhead
Multi-fractal identification of "sick" markets: the LIBOR scandal case pp. 111-116
Sylvain Prado and Ian Rawlinson
Naive Monte Carlo pp. 117-121
Alexei Kondratyev
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