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  1. Are Scholarship Links Considered Unnatural by Google?

    I personally believe that many sites that are using this tactic are walking a fine line. We all know that when it comes to improving a site’s Google rankings, getting links is important. Until recent years, it seemed that almost any kind of link...

  2. Financial crime body tightens rules on company ownership

    The FATF is also carrying out an assessment of countries to test the effectiveness of individual jurisdiction controls, in line with a more aggressive strategy announced last year. New guidance for countries to address money laundering and...

  3. SunGard taps videogames to boost risk technology

    The bottom line Adaptiv Analytics lets banks run up to 100 million valuations per second SunGard has developed an advanced analytics engine to enhance risk-calculation capabilities for banks, by integrating both computing and graphical processing...

  4. Your Job Is to Make Google Look Good

    The bottom line is that the search engines want to know that your site does a better job of satisfying users than the other sites out there. This post will explore why this is true, and what it means for your SEO strategy.

  5. KBC Asset Management offers step-up payout and Smart Start

    Another example of the company's innovation over the past year can be found in its Comfort Booster product line for the KBC Insurance and KBC Bank distribution channels. KBC Asset Management has been an innovative provider of structured products in...

  6. Secret Sauce LoMo Tips for More PPC Sales

    Make sure description line 1 flows with the headline (it’s always appended) Paid search marketers have understood that mobile is important for some time, but few are leveraging the power of mobile advertising tailored for local traffic.

  7. People: TD Bank bags Scotia Capital structuring team

    Within GECD, a new business line has been created that includes structured equities and flow, to be headed by Nicolas Marque. Meanwhile, BNP Paribas has appointed Guy Davies as equities director for the institutional business line, based in London.

  8. Poor collaboration leaves banks open to cyber threat

    The bottom line: DTCC highlights cyber danger with white papers and joint venture The recent attack on JP Morgan, one of Wall Street's largest banks by assets, has reignited concerns over cybersecurity, now ranked as the principal risk by financial...

  9. Japan FSA: cross-border recognition process too slow

    The EU has to move away from expecting countries to enact legislation for clearing rules and instead base recognition on whether they are in line with Iosco principles," she said. US and Europe must recognise third-country rules as equivalent sooner

  10. PRA: internal model insurers need a ‘plan B’

    The PRA's tough line on contingency plans has been taken as a hint that the regulator is unlikely to approve every model currently in the Imap. Firms must prepare in case their models are rejected, says regulator