Capco professionals are regularly quoted in the media with their point of view on critical issues shaping the global financial services industry. If you are a journalist and would like to arrange an interview with a Capco professional, please contact our media relations team.
Published March 3, 2017
Ben Jessel was interviewed by Bitcoin Magazine to share his views on the state of blockchain technology and its journey towards widespread adoption.
Published February 15, 2017
Banking Partner Lane Martin speaks with Bank Innovation to identify the best practices necessary to deliver true innovation to retail consumers
Published February 9, 2017
“On February 9, the Museum [of American Finance] hosted a program addressing major transforma-tions challenging retail financial services and reshaping the customers’ relationship with their money and their banks.” Guido Tamburini, Capco North America Managing Director/Capco Partner, provided the closing address.
Published February 3, 2017
Advisor Hub interviewed Kapin Vora, NA Wealth Partner to understand the implications of potential delays or edits to the DOL Fiduciary Rule by the new administration
Published January 20, 2017
Kapin Vora spoke with the Wall St Journal about why concessions are not likely to appease the harshest critics of the department’s overall proposal.
Published January 17, 2017
The Hill asked Kapin Vora (NA, Head of Wealth Management) and Matthew Berkowitz (Managing Principal) to share their thoughts on the impact of the DoL Fiduciary Rule, and the potential winners and losers of this ambiguous regulation.
Published December 09, 2016
In this Financial Times, "The Business of Consulting" Special Report, read commentary from Capco's Chris Geldard, UK managing partner.
Published July 30, 2015
Brent Ingham, Managing Principal at Capco, takes an in-depth look at the impact of digital technologies and a changing demographic is having on the finance industry in Asia Pacific (APAC).
Published July 13, 2015
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) has developed a set of principles aimed at improving consistency in regulatory reporting standards for derivatives, with endorsement from 11 industry associations.
Market participants have faced challenges in reporting OTC derivatives trades because of the varying reporting rules in jurisdictions with different scope and coverage of transactions implemented on different timelines.
Tom Jenkins, partner at KPMG China, said this has made complying with reporting rules difficult because market participants need to tailor their OTC derivatives reporting processes to reflect the specific regulations in force in each jurisdiction. This has been a particular concern for international banks which operate across the region, he said.
"Market participants need to carefully analyse which transactions need to be reported because there are bespoke reporting requirements for each jurisdiction," he said.