Risk.net partnered with specialists NICE Actimize to survey senior financial crime executives in banks and other financial services firms to assess the efficiency of current resources, processes and systems, and the potential of artificial intelligence-assisted technology to reverse a vicious…
This white paper examines why a number of banks are relying on a third-party provider to keep track of the latest regulatory requirements, quickly push out the changes and ensure compliance ahead of the deadline. It further provides a solution for banks looking to future-proof reporting operations.
As banks wrestle with the technology agenda, this white paper explores the seven trends that are likely to define how the industry evolves over the coming years.
This white paper provides an accurate representation of the market’s current systems consolidation stance, while also focusing on the hurdles standing in the way of firms’ endeavours, and the potential business benefits that they stand to glean in the wake of the campaign.
Sophisticated risk metrics are no longer the sole preserve of top-tier banks. Thanks to an innovative new style of service model, organizations of all sizes can now support highly complex calculations without breaking the budget.
This white paper describes the process firms must adopt to comply with the BCBS and International Organization of Securities Commissions’ new uncleared margin rules (UMR), set to take effect next year. The paper further defines five core elements needed for operational conformity, as well as the…
The white paper explores reputational, regulatory, financial and strategic risks and outlines why due diligence should be complemented by on-going, risk-based monitoring to improve visibility to supply chain and third-party risk.
After 2021, the UK’s FCA will no longer compel banks to use LIBOR as the benchmark for short-term interest rates. In this Q&A, James Jockle, Chief Marketing Officer and Ping Sun, Senior Vice President of Financial Engineering at Numerix discuss the true impact of LIBOR’s end on curve instruments.
This white paper gives an overview of the methodology and drivers behind the supervisory stress test of 2019.
This paper introduces a different recovery forecasting methodology for LGD (loss given default) parameter and explores stochastic forecasting with details of how to calibrate the model.