This white paper explores how modern finance professionals are using data to navigate risk. It further examines how enterprise risk currently impacts enterprises, as well as the key emerging hazards in risk management.
Speaking as one - Convergence in Basel standards will require banks to rethink their risk infrastructures
This white paper explores an enterprise system capable of efficiently supporting the FTRB and internal model approaches in parallel, along with enhancements to their risk governance and reporting.
This white paper examines some of the most significant challenges introduced by FRTB, including risk reporting and aggregation. It provides a wide range of integrated software and technology solutions to help banks achieve FRTB compliance.
This white paper explores the benefits of moving financial data from legacy mainframes. It explains why maintenance costs along with lost opportunities builds a strong case for migrating sooner rather than later.
Developing Scenario Segmentation and Anomaly Detection Models - How analytics can be used for BSA/AML compliance programs
This white paper explores how segmentation models can help organisations significantly increase Anti-Money Laundering monitoring. It further explains how to blend both quantitative and qualitative methods to identify activity that poses the most risk to a bank.
This white paper explores the new requirements for intraday cash and liquidity management reporting introduced by Basel III. The paper further provides a solution to help organisations comply with this new regulation.
This white paper explores approaches to model risk management and its challenges. The paper provides a solution to help organisations better manage model risk by establishing risk mitigation and cost reduction strategies..
This white paper summarizes the core Pillar 2 approach of Interest Rate in the Banking Book (IRRBB), and the alternative Pillar 1 approach of IRRBB used by certain banks in a few situations. It also includes a practical approach to implementing IRRBB.
This white paper examines current attitudes towards the Three Lines of Defence (3 LoD) model for risk governance. It is based on a survey of compliance and risk practitioners across all three lines working at banks worldwide.
As the 2019 FRTB implementation deadline approaches, this white paper explores the technology infrastructure needed to meet the flexibility, agility, scalability and computational requirements of FRTB.