With little reason to think the transition to alternative reference rates will be a straightforward process, this white paper addresses the 5 top-of-mind issues dominating the Libor transition.
This white paper examines how banking institutions plan their budget and risk evolution. It further explores how they shall be called upon to redefine decision-making processes to govern the development of their business.
This white paper gives the most up-to-date overview of the European authorities Banking Union. It further examines how much risk reduction has already been achieved as well as the issue of illiquid assets.
Building a Scalable, Auditable Valuation and Pricing Process - How automation can reduce risk and improve controls in month-end pricing and valuation
This white paper explores the dangers and hidden risks of performing critical calculations with customized spreadsheets. It further examines how organisations can increase automation to reduce risk, and improve controls in a strategic way.
The Next Crisis Will Be Different - Opportunities to Continue Enhancing Financial Stability 10 Years After Lehman's Insolvency
10 years after Lehman's insolvency, this white paper aims to raise awareness of key risks facing the industry and provides a series of forward-looking opportunities to help strengthen financial stability for the future.
With increasing regulatory requirements, many expect institutions to double regulatory spending in their attempts to remain compliant. This article focuses on how an increased focus on compliance can be detrimental to growth and why the industry needs to move opportunity cost up the agenda.
This white paper examines why end user computing (EUC) applications exist in modern businesses, exploring the issues of risk, reputation and cost overheads. It further considers the returns to be gained by implementing formal approaches to the management of EUC, including the use of…
This white paper outlines the challenges involved in implementing CECL, proposes a best practice approach to managing spreadsheet risk in CECL, and highlights some of the functionality such a solution might need to deliver CECL accurately on time and on budget.
It is widely accepted that the introduction of bilateral margining requirements for non-cleared OTC derivatives will lead to a reduction in counterparty risk. This paper focuses on the prospect of eliminating counterparty exposure through margining and the implications for credit risk policy makers.
In this video, David White, head of sales at triResolve - part of the NEX Group – discusses the challenges of initial margin (IM) compliance for buy-side firms and how automation can help in the drive for more efficient collateral management processes.