Regulation

604 white papers and resources

Regulation underpins the practices and procedures of every single activity undertaken by the banking and finance communities: from what information needs to be contained in a disclosure document through to what constitutes bribery. Regulation is increasingly in focus, as the world’s governments struggle to bring us all back to financial stability. Below you will find law and regulation white papers that will show you the latest developments and what you need to do so your organisation stays within the law.

Why Regtech Demands Visibility

This whitepaper explores how you can adapt to the latest regulations efficiently and get greater visibility for more effective decision making with RegTech ecosystems. In an ever-changing regulatory environment, it is essential to consider a new approach to risk and compliance.

Managing Fraud Risk in the Digital Age

In the past, consumers used cash, checks and/or credit, debit or prepaid cards to pay for their purchases. They also used money transfer services such as ACH and wire payments, which had a delay in the settlement allowing more time for investigation. Those days are becoming a distant memory as more…

Managing Risk From All Angles

In this whitepaper explore the benefits of a holistic approach to balance sheet management and stress testing – and learn why advanced analytics are increasingly key to making profitable strategic decisions. In an uncertain credit market, it’s never been more important to get an overarching view of…

FRTB – Taking Stock of Where We Are Today

Financial regulators had been brewing the market risk framework reform for more than two decades and finally came to revised terms in January 2019. Under the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) regime, larger banks using the internal models approach (IMA) will need to seek IMA approval…

RiskTech 100 2020 Winner: SAS

Traditionally driven by regulation, financial institutions’ approaches to risk management are becoming increasingly business-focused. Regulation may still drive the initial requirements for risk solutions, but institutions are now seeking to unlock the benefits of data gathered and to share that…