Date: September 11 — 13, 2017
Location: National Harbor, Maryland
Date: September 18 — 20, 2017
Location: Orlando, Florida
Date: October 4 — 6, 2017
Location: Jersey City, New Jersey
Date: October 11 — 12, 2017
Location: New York, New York
Date: October 22 — 25, 2017
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Date: November 7 — 8, 2017
Location: New York, New York
Argus helps customers understand, analyze, and address the many critical challenges facing the financial services industry today. Learn more.
We compile, normalize, and create reporting data from financial institutions in multiple markets around the world to help clients make better, more data-driven decisions. Watch the video to learn more.
Our unique access to cross-issuer, cross-network data allows us to identify patterns of fraudulent behavior, which means we can quickly identify and help clients mitigate new fraud risks in a timely, cost-effective way. Watch the video to learn more.
We’ve changed the way our clients target their prospects and manage the marketing of their current customers through our unique access to global data – cross-merchant, cross-issuer, and cross-network – data that’s linked to individual, anonymous consumer wallets. Watch the video to learn more.
Our models are built using state of the art techniques executed by a team of technical analysts that have a deep domain expertise in the banking space allowing our clients to understand various customer behaviors that are often difficult for them to identify themselves. Watch the video to learn more.
Data is increasingly becoming a key organizational asset for banks and therefore maximizing ROI on your data investments is imperative in today’s world. Leveraging data the right way can act as a critical competitive advantage as well. This whitepaper details how a bank can achieve this with optimal levels of investments. Read the paper to learn more.
A lot of banks are wondering what will it cost to implement CECL guidelines. This is the only detailed cost-benefit study related to CECL implementation focused on community banks. Banks can refer to this study to understand their choices when it comes to CECL – in-house, third-party vendor or buying a solution – and the associated costs/benefits with each option. Read the paper to learn more.
Most community banks think stress testing is an expensive best practice. A new approach that focuses on data & stress testing without expensive implementations is needed. This whitepaper discusses such an approach that provides all the benefits of a robust stress testing practice without the need to buy expensive solutions. Read the paper to learn more.
Most banks have time till 2019 to comply with CECL guidelines. While that seems far away, the truth is quite the opposite. Implementing CECL requires extensive data going back 3 to 5 years and banks need to do a parallel run with existing ALLL methodologies to plan ahead for the one-time hit on capital. Banks starting early will clearly have a competitive advantage. Read the paper to learn more.