Finance

FP&A Webinar: Fireside Chat with MUFG

Leading the Way: Innovating FP&A within Banking Discover how MUFG transitioned from manual processes to agile, cloud-based planning, and revolutionized their finance operations.

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Can Intelligent Planning really be Artificial?

What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial intelligence (AI) is a broad term for the ability of a computer to perform various analysis and decision processes associated with the human brain. Machine learning (ML) is a specific type of AI in which a computer analyses data, builds a model to make predictions (or decisions) from this data,…

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Creating a Connected Insurance Business. The Markel Way.

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Recognise Bank partners with Vuealta for deep financial services expertise

Recognise Bank, founded in 2017, is a UK challenger bank on a mission to deliver unparalleled support to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs who are often overlooked by mainstream banks. With an impressive suite of lending and savings products, and a desire to provide new offers and greater choice to customers, Recognise…

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A more connected approach to planning puts the Lloyds of London finance team at the strategic heart of the business

A more connected approach to planning at Lloyd’s of London puts the finance team at the strategic heart of the business. When Jim Islam, Head of Group Finance at Lloyd’s of London joined the Corporation, he inherited a traditional accounting function. He saw an opportunity to modernise and change the perception and role that the…

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NewDay improves business planning, budgeting and forecasting via the Anaplan platform

NewDay, a leading UK consumer finance provider, has chosen Vuealta to improve its business planning, budgeting and forecasting via the Anaplan platform. Paul Sheriff, CFO at NewDay, commented, “The business has achieved significant growth in the last few years, whilst also expanding its portfolio of products and partnerships. We needed a planning platform that was…

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