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7 reasons to upgrade your Treasury and ALM from Excel

This article shares 7 reasons you should break up with Excel Spreadsheets and upgrade to a Treasury and/or ALM System. Many ALM and Treasury departments of smaller and medium-sized banks still use Excel to manage their ALM and/or treasury. There are many risks and disadvantages of using Excel; we listed 7 main ones in our […]

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From CRR2/CRDV to CRD6/CRR3 – What are the key differentiators?

In this blog post, we’ll go through the background of CRR/CRD legislation, what has changed over the years, and the key differences between CRR2/CRDV and CRD6/CRR3 legislation. This is a follow-up article in a series of CRD6/CRR3-related articles. Our first article briefly recapped the CRD6/CRR3 legislation, where it comes from, and how it all started. […]

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EBA publishes final standards and guidelines on interest rate risk arising from non-trading book activities

The European Banking Authority (EBA) published a final set of Guidelines and two final draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) specifying technical aspects of the revised framework capturing interest rate risks for banking book (IRRBB) positions on 20 October 2022. These regulatory products complete the onboarding into EU law of the Basel standards on IRRBB and […]

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7 reasons not to use Excel as your Treasury and ALM tool

Many ALM and Treasury departments of smaller and medium-sized banks still use Excel to manage their ALM and/or treasury. There are many risks and disadvantages of using Excel, and we’ll go through some of the main ones in this blog post. Traditional Treasury and ALM solutions have been around for decades, and the technological leap […]

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A recap of the EU’s CRD6/CRR3 regulation and its timeline

In this article, we wanted to briefly recap the background of CRD6/CRR3, where it comes from, and how it all started.  This is a second intro article in Basel and CRD6/CRR3-related articles. Please read the first intro article: A recap of the Basel IV regulation and its timeline here. The Background As discussed in our previous […]

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A recap of the Basel IV regulation and its timeline

In this article, we wanted to give a short recap on the background of Basel IV, where it comes from, and how it all started. Basel IV, the finalization of Basel III, will be a game-changer when it comes to access to financing. This article is an intro article in a series of Basel and […]

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MORS and SAM Corporate to Partner for Treasury Management and ALM for the Middle East Banking Market

Helsinki/Dubai, June 28th, 2022: MORS Software, provider of award winning ALM, Risk and Treasury Management Software and SAM Corporate, leading Middle East provider of EPM solutions and services to the financial sector come together to deliver cutting edge software and services to the banking and finance community in the Middle East SAM Corporate are leaders […]

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MORS 6.5 Major Improvement in Reporting Capabilities and Technical Architecture Paves the Way for the Next Generation of MORS

MORS is very excited to announce its latest major release, MORS 6.5. With increasing market pressure and a greater demand for agile real-time reporting, MORS 6.5 delivers ALMM reporting based on a new reporting framework and paves the way for multi-device browser-based analysis and results presentation. With increasing popularity for Software as a Service (SaaS), […]

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What does it mean to be available in Microsoft AppSource?

MORS has been officially available in Microsoft’s AppSource and Microsoft Azure Marketplace since December 2021.  We are proud to be among the thousands of cloud-ready business applications integrated with Microsoft that are built by industry-leading software providers. This means that more banks can easily purchase, deploy, and manage MORS. Before the pandemic, the banking industry […]

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MORS 2022 ALM Survey Results published

MORS today published the results of its 2022 ALM Survey. The report has been compiled from the results of the MORS Software 2022 ALM Survey and has therefore essentially been written collaboratively by the banks that took part. The contributors represent a diverse array of banks varying greatly in the nature of their business, and the […]

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