This paper discusses the complexities facing investments management firms as they tackle the new requirements of the Investment Firms Regulation (IFR) according to the Investment Firms Directive (IFD). With the June 26, 2021 deadline looming, firms operating in Europe must implement IFR based on…
Basel IV has changed the way banks need to deal with the impact of credit risk on their finance, risk and regulatory compliance functions. It is no longer enough to address credit risk in isolation, as was the case under the Basel I and II guidelines.
An outline of the critical areas to consider when assessing your plan for IFRS 17 and LDTI.
This animated video provides highlights from an exclusive survey from WatersTechnology, in association with SmartStream. It offers insights into why there should be opportunities for firms to extract more value from regulatory driven projects and realising cost efficiencies.
This white paper explores the processes surrounding liquidity management the regulation affecting liquidity thresholds. It examines the value of bringing liquidity systems and processes together to ensure all information impacting liquidity can be viewed in a single system.
This paper explores the core operational and internal challenges that currently make the process of Regulatory Client Outreach a logistical nightmare for financial institutions. It further explores a proposed ‘best practice’ approach by automating aspects of the client management process.
This white paper discusses the current state of regulatory reporting systems and explores the different frameworks that can be used to help with the challenges organisations are facing.
This white paper explores what is involved in implementing new regulations and how the front office will need to adapt in response to the changes.
This paper examines the current state of stress testing capabilities of banks, with a focus on key areas of weakness – and proposes how banks can address them with strategic investments in new capabilities.
This white paper explores why it is no longer a matter of if—but rather when and how—firms will exit the “business” of trade and transaction reporting.