Category Archives: Blog

How to create trust in financial services in turbulent times and beyond

Great article in the AFR outlining benefits to both financial services firms and their customers when digitising manual processes….   “Digital platforms and processes are imperative for building trust with consumers and supporting staff in financial services” “Connecting disparate legacy systems with a system of action creates opportunities for automation, which supports operational agility and […]

GTreasury and Imperium Markets Partner to Provide Treasurers with Seamless Data Connectivity Between the Two Platforms

Imperium Markets clients can now have trades automatically pushed into their GTreasury portfolio – streamlining workflows and reducing risks by eliminating manual data entry GTreasury, a treasury management platform provider, and Imperium Markets, an ASIC-licensed fixed-income trading platform for capital markets, partnered today to enable connectivity between the two platforms. With this integration into GTreasury, […]

Imperium Markets and r3 Announces Partnership to Transform Australia’s Financial Markets Ecosystem

Imperium Markets, an ASIC licensed fintech firm, and r3, a leading provider of enterprise technology and services, today announced a new partnership which will deliver for the first time, the full potential of blockchain for Australia’s financial markets. Imperium Markets has been operating an ASIC-licenced deposit market since 2017 providing banks and investors with a […]

Imperium Markets strengthens email cyber security with DMARC

The first email was sent almost 50 years ago in 1971 on the ARPANET, a US military network that is the forefather to the modern Internet. Today, according to Security Magazine, 3.4 billion fake emails are sent every day, with most industries remaining vulnerable to spear-phishing and “spoofing” cyberattacks. Julio Melo, CISO at Imperium Markets […]

WFH: How remote working is making cyberattacks easier

This year has forced organisations to adapt quickly to enabling employees to work from home. That’s creating ‘chaos with no control’ — which cyber criminals are exploiting. Hackers are breaking into networks of organisations ranging from tech companies to local governments and almost every other sector; encrypting servers, services and files with ransomware before demanding […]