The GRCTC proudly features in the MarketFinTech 2017 RegTech Supplier Performance Report, together with some Centre Members, Fenergo (congratulations to them again!) and Regulatory Risk Intelligence RegTech player, Corlytics – two fantastic examples of global leading Irish Regtech players.
A reflective Centre Principal Investigator in Frankfurt , seen ‘sharing the challenge’
When it comes to Brexit, the only certainty is uncertainty, and that goes for FinTech as much as any sector. What we do know increasingly, thanks to the work of the Financial Services Governance Risk and Compliance Technology Centre (GRCTC), is what good looks like.
Researchers at the GRCTC, together with Centre Project Manager, Declan O’Flynn, visited St Patrick’s BNS, Gardiner’s Hill, Cork, to help install 23 computers.
Dzmitry, Marcello, Firas, Massimo, Hai Huang and Leona had an absolute blast with the staff and pupils, momentarily taking a break from devising machine-assisted ‘RegTech’ solutions …
Thank you to Declan and Maggs for hosting a spectacular bbq in honour of Tom’s special day (May 24), and Declan’s birthday also on June 1 (who’s counting?!)…
You’re both like a Rioja Gran Reserva as in ‘Old World, Old School – Contemporary Thinking’ – otherwise known as our ‘maturing varietals…’
April 23 – Atlantic Ocean – GRCTC Director practices STP (straight-through paddling) in search of the next project name for Tom, which can only mean Poseidon or Neptune!
New UCC President Patrick O’Shea meets with some members of GRCTC team in 13 South Mall, Cork on 2nd March 2017. UCC President, Patrick O’Shea and GRCTC Project Manager, Declan O’Flynn (former classmates in both Scoil and Coláiste Chríost Rí ) meet up since 1975, in 13 South Mall , 2nd March 2017.
Minister Eoghan Murphy met with the Cork-based Research Team this morning, which presented the Centre with the opportunity to discuss first-hand the recent launch of IFS 2020/Action Plan 2017, which the Minister was at pains to emphasise was very much a ‘living’ document and in particular the criticality of GRC/RegTech as a potentially key driver/point of differentiation for Ireland Inc.
The paper approaches risk management from the ‘cognitive’ angle, building the argument that two often forgotten elements of Enterprise Risk Management is the link back to corporate objectives (and the concomitant cascade of those objectives throughout the organisation) and that uncertainty can be managed by increasing the amount of knowledge about both risk events and the potential impacts on those objectives. The paper’s objective and essence was to describe how an ERP for risk management (aka Corporate GRC) can be built..
The GRCTC was nominated for the first time by Ibec/ISIN for the Irish Software Awards on Friday November 25th at the Mansion House. The Centre came joint second in their category for Outstanding Academic Achievement, an award won by the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC) for its cutting-edge …