mergers & acquisitions

Mergers & Acquisitions and Cutover Enterprise

Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) happen for many reasons, including those of synergy, diversification, growth, competition elimination, cost saving, talent and tech acquisition and roll-up strategies. M&As also take different forms spanning, for example, management acquisitions, consolidation, tender offers and purchase of assets. Companies coming together can require a huge amount of technology change. There will…

CCAR

Cutover Case Study: CCAR Reporting

CCAR (Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review) is a United States regulatory framework introduced by the Federal Reserve to assess, regulate, and supervise large banks and financial institutions. CCAR attestation is a complex end-to-end process that requires a chain of human attestations and needs systemic support. Most organisations have built their own (very different) tools to…

Integrations

Cutover Enterprise Now Supports Integrations

“The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency.” – Bill Gates Any CIO will tell you that their dream is to reduce the amount of time that people spend doing manual and repetitive tasks, to free them up for thoughtful work…

critical events

5 Reasons to Stop Using Spreadsheets for Critical Event Planning

Over the years, the main tools used for critical event planning in financial services have remained more or less the same. Until recently, spreadsheets coupled with emails, meetings and phone calls have been the best available tools for event orchestration. But with newer, more innovative methods being developed, could it be time to move on…