Solvency II increases the focus on the sourcing and calibration of accurate and representative discount curves. Alterations to discount curves may change optimal hedges and necessitate re-hedging.
Following the financial disasters at Enron, WorldCom and many others, Congress mandated in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) that all publicly traded companies have a system of Internal Controls. This white paper explores the internal controls required by SOX in relation to fixed assets.
Around the world, central bankers, regulators and governments have responded to the financial crisis with new regulation and legislation. The cornerstone of this global initiative to contain risk is Basel III – sweeping new regulatory standards for banks on capital adequacy and liquidity. These new…
With an ever-growing volume of records and documents to tame, myriad business processes to automate, constantly evolving compliance regulations to meet, and an onus to constantly author and publish fresh content, today’s business environment demands a robust ECM solution.
This white paper highlights how your organisation can prepare for Solvency II and the key factors to consider in the build up to the proposed 2014 deadline. Topics covered: tackling the right issues, the impact of operational risk, the Solvency II rationale and business process management success.
What’s more important, security or compliance? Most IT shops are focused on compliance but breaches are still happening. A recent study by Verizon Business concludes that evidence of those breaches tends to be right there in log files.
GRCM covers a broad range of risks typically entailing financial, information technology, and legal issues. Their goal is to prioritise the risks, justify funding for remediation, and use policy to guide operational teams in corrective actions.
There is no 100% in security. Sooner or later an incident will occur and when it does, you want to make sure you have the right procedures, policies and controls to avoid regulatory or audit scrutiny. Read this white paper for ten top tips.
Organisations are preparing for the implementation of the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act regulations. Senior executive vice president at SunGard Energy & Commodities, Ben Jackson, explains how to pave the way and avoid getting caught out.
Securitised debt has, at best, played a supporting role in Asia over the past decade or so. No sooner did issuers and investors begin to embrace the product than it met an unexpected hurdle that took the wind out of its sails.