Based in London and New York, ClusterSeven is the leading provider of strategic software for EUC* management. We understand that EUCs are an essential element of your business processes, and we're committed to ensuring their integrity in your operations. Trusted by the world's leading institutions, we have users in more than 20 countries on five continents. Since launching in 2003, our solutions have been helping firms balance their governance, risk and regulatory compliance (GRC) obligations with the need for revenue generation, staff efficiency and productivity.
We’re a Microsoft gold-certified partner and a Google Enterprise Partner. Our technology has been recognized in the Securities Tech50, and winning awards from The Sand Hill Group, Chartis and Windows in Financial Services.
This white paper assesses the current state of model creation in the financial services industry and outlines the challenges that come with managing model risk across corporate and Shadow IT environments. It further describes the features and capabilities to look for in a solution to help you…
This white paper examines why end user computing (EUC) applications exist in modern businesses, exploring the issues of risk, reputation and cost overheads. It further considers the returns to be gained by implementing formal approaches to the management of EUC, including the use of…
This white paper outlines the challenges involved in implementing CECL, proposes a best practice approach to managing spreadsheet risk in CECL, and highlights some of the functionality such a solution might need to deliver CECL accurately on time and on budget.
This report details the risks associated with End User Computing (EUC), as well as the potential consequences to financial institutions. It further discusses the importance of a quantified approach to EUC risk.
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.
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.
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.