Post-MiFID II Compliance: Can your market structure and execution infrastructure meet specified standards over the long haul?
This white paper explores post-MiFID II compliance. It further examines the bare necessities which organisations should be utilising in order to meet industry standards in the “long haul”.
This white paper examines SAS research, aimed at informing decision-making and providing guidance for achieving compliance. Further explore a subjective, data-driven view of IFRS 17, along with valuable market context, to aid professionals who are looking to develop their own strategies.
This white paper examines the need for firms to review their collateral infrastructure. It further defines a list of simplified steps for readying your firm for the implementation of the Initial Margin (IM).
Download this white paper for guidance on setting up a Model Risk Management (MRM) operating model that is both compliant and low costing.
This paper broadly sets out the critical steps of complying with IFRS 9 and suggests the most effective ways to accomplish them. It further explores the primary elements of IFRS 9 to help aid context and understanding.
Financial Services Whistleblowing Regulation Survey – Assessing the impact of the FCA/PRA senior managers regime whistleblowing rules
This white paper examines organisational approaches to whistleblowing and incident reporting. The paper provides findings, analysis and recommendations into the impact of the new whistleblowing rules issued by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
Interest Rate Risk In The Banking Book – How to manage IRRBB considering the Monetary Policy and the new regulation
This white paper focuses on understanding how current market conditions (low interest rates) can affect banks’ revenues and profitability. The paper further analyses, via simulations on a real portfolio, the impacts of interest rate moves on the Economic Value of Equity and the Earnings at Risk.
Default rates on commercial credit facilities are at their highest rate in almost two decades, and automation is an effective tool to help banks improve transparency, enhance management control and increase operational effectiveness.
Wholesale credit is a bright spot for financial institutions. It did not cause the financial crisis, it does not lend itself to systemic risk, and it remains a profitable area for banks. Unfortunately, most banks do not have an adequate risk framework in place to fully take advantage.
Managing legal risks from the perspective of general counsel are reviewed. Supporting lawyers in making risk decisions, escalating issues and integrating with the risk management frameworks and risk culture of the broader business is a new point of focus for corporates and financial institutions.