This white paper assesses the risk associated with a GLWB rider for FIAs and analyses how different modelling choices can affect these risks. In Particular, the impacts of improving the estimate of future caps will be explored.
This white paper explores the differences between the orignal MiFID I and the new MiFID II; the challenges financial institutions will face; and who is responsible for trade reporting under the new regulation
This white paper breaks down the requirements, methodologies and formulas relating to the 'final' FRTB text. It further provides a more simplified understanding of the potential IT challenges and costs ahead.
This white paper outlines the key aspects of an effective process framework for managing the risks of bribery and corrupt payments.
This white paper focuses on the future of collateral management and examines how new regulation has significantly impacted the risks of providing collateral.
In this exclusive video content from the Risk USA Conference, hear from the chairman of OCC's National Risk Committee; Darrin Benhart. Darrin will discuss the key risks that the banking industry is currently facing.
This white paper analyses the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), covering its origins, responsibilities and priorities. The paper further identifies how market participants interpret the reform and examines some of the FRTB’s key issues.
This white paper explores how the implementation of Solvency II regulation will require further refinements in the way insurers approach asset management.
Best Practices of Business- Specific Stress Testing: Advice From the Front Lines of Bank Risk Management
This white paper, which is the second in a two part series, explores best practices gathered from banks that are successfully using bank-specific stress tests to run their business smarter, safer and more profitably.
This white paper will cover the origins of the Risk-Weighted Assets ratio and the history of its use in financial analysis. The paper will further showcase its characteristics and behavioural traits, exemplified through a number of theoretical tests.