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.
For the first time in banking regulation there are explicit requirements for accuracy, completeness and timeliness in the aggregation of risk data. This white paper considers these obligations as set out in Basel III, and discusses how to build the systems and processes that can best ensure cost…
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.
This white paper discusses the governance of open source as key to managing risk in an organisation. Specifically, in relation to its implementation and use, and how it is aligned with stated objectives, policies and risk profile – all especially pertinent in highly risk-sensitive financial markets.
Standardisation within open source software offers a new way of managing risk, especially in highly complex industries. This white paper discusses the benefits of standardisation using this type of technology and what pitfalls to avoid.
As the financial services industry is targeted with finding ways to ensure that their risk management systems are robust, increasingly organisations are turning to open-source software. This white paper discusses the benefits available to organisations through using this technology to reduce risk…
Effective risk management and tackling security challenges using scarce resource is an ever pressing task for financial services organisations. This white paper demonstrates how software can be implemented to reduce threats to business success within a legal, operational and financial context.
This white paper explores how IT departments at financial institutions are assuming a more proactive role in identifying technologies that can improve their risk management and bring them to the attention of risk managers and business heads.
Focusing on technological innovation, business strategy and geographical markets, this guide provides thought leadership on how capital markets firms can capitalise on real-time data and leverage new risk strategies for a trading advantage.
This white paper looks at managing securities trading data based on a robust process and technology infrastructure. It studies real-time analytics and Complex Event Processing (CEP) and the roles they play in the management of diverse data sets.