Why a financial monitoring?
In order to provide banking and finance professionals with a tool that can manage the classification as well as the selection and summarization of all available information, and deliver concrete knowledge that may be used immediately by their clients.
What makes FinWatcher unique and innovative?
FinWatcher is the first tool ensuring such an elaborate monitoring. Indeed, it simultaneously offers a worldwide selection, alerts and immediate connection, as well as an easy access to documents of strategic importance regarding international banking and financial activities.
What are FinWatcher’s added values?
FinWatcher operates a worldwide information monitoring, followed by important filtering and summarization processes, thus enabling the final user to gain precious time, have access to a simplified but wide information network and widen his professional knowledge in an extremely competitive environment.
- Each document is comprised in a summary fact sheet
- Each fact sheet comprises a link to the complete downloadable document
- Each user receives an alert upon publication of a new document
- Each document is archived and may be easily recovered thanks to a multiple-criteria search tool, thus giving its users an access to a unique database!
What fields are covered by FinWatcher?
- Financial basics
- Financial industries
- Banking and financial activities
- Public interventions
What type of documents are selected by FinWatcher?
- Evolution of legal regulatory frameworks
- National and international regulations
- Structural evolutions
- Forecasts and retrospective studies
- Situation analysis studies
- Opinion polls of sector leaders
- Evaluation of client expectations
- Technical innovations
- Governmental and non-governmental reports
- Academic papers
- Influential trends
What are the sources of information used by FinWatcher?
- Central banks
- Regulatory authorities
- Surveillance authorities
- Banking and financial associations
- Research institutions and centers
- Counseling firms and financial services
- Rating agencies
- Stock exchanges
- Governmental and intergovernmental organizations
- Non-governmental organizations
- Banking information providers
- Congresses, symposiums, conferences
- Think tanks
How documents are presented?
Each document is presented as a fact sheet including the following elements:
- Title, publication date, number of pages
- Name of the source that has published the document
- Keywords related to themes addressed by the document
- Summary of the document
- Link to the documents with download option (pdf)