This white paper explores how the new regulatory and accounting rules are driving convergence with enterprise risk. Further explore the paper to examine the implications that this will have on credit risk modelling.
Download this white paper for guidance on setting up a Model Risk Management (MRM) operating model that is both compliant and low costing.
This white paper examines the current market risk challenges that concern regulators and the selected steps they are taking, such as Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB). It further explores five strategies beyond FRTB to address the emerging market risk challenges.
This white paper examines the different approaches for managing firm-wide scenario analysis and stress testing. Further explore the paper to discover how your firm can implement a successful strategy while avoiding the barriers to success.
This white paper examines how organisations can deliver rich risk aggregation solutions that target requirements such as FRTB. It further explores how Adaptive FRTB Risk Aggregation is built for purpose, to manage the high data volumes and risk aggregation analytics of FRTB calculations.
This white paper provides an overview of LIBOR’s history, what’s motivating its disappearance, the implications for legacy contracts, and what is important when preparing for 2021.
This white paper examines the key elements of Basil’s updated rules for IRRBB and the effect they will have on a banks’ ALM strategy. It further explores how a well-thought-out tenor mismatch strategy can initially boost net interest income.
This white paper explores four success factors that can be utilised to deliver broader, more efficient surveillance. It further examines the key challenges, solutions and future benefits in achieving successful trader surveillance.
This white paper explores the IRRBB compliance challenge. It further discusses how IBM can leverage its insight into these challenges by offering a technology-based solution addressing the diverse conditions in which financial institutions operate.
In the drive for IFRS 9 compliance, the way institutions manage and utilise data will drastically change. This white paper explores how - for firms looking to capitalise on this overhaul - utilising external data sources to ensure efficiency and freeing of in-house resources is pivotal for…