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ClusterSeven Ltd

ClusterSeven Ltd provides enterprise-wide spreadsheet and data management software to financial institutions and financial reporting divisions. The company offers ClusterSeven Enterprise Spreadsheet Manager that watches business-critical operational spreadsheets; and ClusterSeven Access Database Manager that watches Microsoft access databases. Its products are used to monitor and track spreadsheets and databases to enable users to manage governance, risk, and regulatory compliance obligations. The company serves its clients in capital markets, retail banking, asset management, hedge fund, insurance, energy, and pharmaceutical sectors, as well as audit firms.


ClusterSeven Ltd was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom with an additional office in New York.


 

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Using ESM to Control Finance, Reputation and Technology Risks

Company:ClusterSeven Ltd

BlackRock is a fast paced asset management firm which relies heavily on Excel to control and prototype new products and processes. This case study reveals how a spreadsheet management system reduced a high level of monetary, reputational and technological risk for the firm.

Category: Technology Systems and Software | Published: 20 November 2012 | Type: Case Study

Rating: + 1

The New Challenges of Regulatory Reports and Data Lineage

Company:ClusterSeven Ltd

There is a new regulatory focus on the quality of risk and regulatory reporting – but not just on the finished result. Executives now must be able to attest to the figures and demonstrate that report producing processes are robust. Learn how these new risks can be overcome to satisfy regulators.

Category: Technology Systems and Software | Published: 15 October 2012 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 1

Basel Committee 2012 – Risk Data Aggregation

Company:ClusterSeven Ltd

As regulators reviews key lessons from the financial crisis, banks face new requirements to ensure that their information technology and data architectures are adequate in supporting the broad management of financial risks. This white paper discusses how this can be achieved.

Category: Basel III | Published: 03 September 2012 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 12