Our Client, an $8B global risk management and reinsurance firm, had one of its larger business units struggle to keep momentum through a massive technology migration from Windows XP to Windows 7, putting the migration timeline in jeopardy.
Trexin was asked by the Chief Information Security Officer of a financial services firm with nearly $70B in assets to review process control issues and define risk management improvements to satisfy Internal Audit, Board, and regulatory stakeholders.
Technology today allows for many different paths to cloud-based infrastructure and IT. Regardless of whether your CIO has decided to focus on applications and data, implying a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution, or perhaps keeping the middleware layer too, and transitioning only servers and virtualization to a third-party vendor, meaning Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS),<span. . .
Driven by parent company objectives for cost containment, global asset management, and enterprise security as part of a global infrastructure shared services initiative, our Client, a large property and casualty insurer, wanted to consolidate their nine data centers into two to reduce the overall data center footprint, retire toxic legacy<span. . .
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Our Client, a large property and casualty insurer within a larger international conglomerate, experienced financial challenges that necessitated the sale of a number of business lines and a significant restructuring of others.
Our Client, the Treasury Cash Management and Control team of one of the largest health insurers in the country, is responsible for daily management of operating bank account balances, funding of disbursement accounts, and timely communication of excess or deficit balances to Investment Operations.
Held on December 5th, this was a very well-attended conference of industry participants and regulators. The key note speaker, Kevin Mahn, Chief Investment Officer for Hennion and Walsh Asset Management, presented the potential impacts on investment management returns of recent global political invents (e.g., US Presidential Election, Italian Referendum rejection,<span. . .
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