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Modelling and Managing Liquidity Risk

Company: Risk Books

Liquidity risk is hard to understand. It needs to be broken down into its components and drivers in order to manage and model it successfully. This white paper considers the key topics in this challenging area. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Liquidity Risk | Published: 31 December 2011 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 5

AIFMD implementation – issues for operators of regulated funds

Company: Macfarlanes LLP

Alternative funds have for some time been anxious about how their business will need to change in light of the regulatory burden imposed by the forthcoming implementation in the UK of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive. This white paper discusses the issues and risks involved. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Hedge Funds | Published: 07 February 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 4

How to use operational governance to create sustainable business value

Company: MEGA International

Governance, risk & compliance programmes evolve to keep pace with changes in business conditions, market opportunities and regulatory requirements. Under review is how operational governance can be key to GRC initiatives in helping enterprises meet their goals and protect them from potential risks. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Operational Risk | Published: 27 May 2011 | Type: Article

Rating: + 6

Implementing lifecycle reconciliations, one step at a time

Company: SmartStream Technologies Ltd

This case study looks at how CLSA, a leading Equity Brokerage and Research House in the Asia Pacific region has eradicated manual, time consuming processes and achieved greater operational control over their entire transaction lifecycles with SmartStream’s TLM® Reconciliations. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Post-Trade | Published: 04 August 2008 | Type: Case Study

Rating: + 1

Evolution for efficiency: Active Collateral Management

Company: IBM Business Analytics

Through centuries of financial innovation, experimentation, and standardization, dependable collateral has been consistently used to effectively mitigate the credit risk of financial transactions. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 17 March 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 4

FCA’s Use of Dealing Commission

Company: CCL

On 10th July 2014 the FCA issued Discussion Paper 14/31 on the use of dealing commission regime: “Feedback on our thematic supervisory review and policy debate on the market for research”. This Discussion Paper builds on the Consultation Paper CP 13/17: “Consultation on use of dealing VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Hedge Funds | Published: 22 September 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 1

Market risk – How to achieve international approval

Company: Misys

Adopting the Internal Model Approach (IMA) has given banks the ability to reduce their market risk exposure. This white paper reviews the benefits of IMA, points out the challenges of IMA implementation and looks at the various options available to limit resource expenditure. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Market Risk | Published: 30 May 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 8

What are the Risks of European ETFs?

Company: EDHEC-Risk Institute

In the light of issues raised by financial regulators and international organisations, new research at EDHEC-Risk Institute has addressed the question of the risks of Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) in Europe. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Structured Products | Published: 17 January 2012 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

Avoiding Collateral Surprises: Managing Multi-Currency CSAs and Cheapest-to-Deliver (CTD) Curve Construction

Company: Numerix LLC

This article explores the embedded optionality of multi-currency CSAs and the related challenges financial practitioners are facing in terms of collateral management and optimization. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 26 September 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 11

How to Manage Liquidity Risk

Company: Thomson Reuters

Effective management of liquidity risk is more critical now than ever before. The consequences of failure are not simply lower profits: they are far-reaching and highly destructive. This article discusses how this risk can be controlled and turned into a strength for financial institutions. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Liquidity Risk | Published: 01 September 2009 | Type: Article

Rating: + 7

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