Financial institutions across South‑east Asia face challenges assessing and measuring non-financial risks (NFRs) inherent in their business models, and are therefore concerned about regulatory scrutiny, transparency and the use of models within their businesses. SAS explores how financial…
This paper describes four aspects of third-party relationships that an organization must address in their effort to successfully manage third-party risk.
Basel IV has changed the way banks need to deal with the impact of credit risk on their finance, risk and regulatory compliance functions. It is no longer enough to address credit risk in isolation, as was the case under the Basel I and II guidelines.
This real-time transaction monitoring game offers users the chance to showcase their expertise and identify suspicious transactions and catch criminals, while also minimizing false positives.
This whitepaper is a case study on a recent project that DWS Group undertook to increase straight-through processing rates
In this whitepaper, AxiomSL outlines upcoming changes to Basel regulations and the resulting challenges faced by financial institutions. AxiomSL then offers insight into best practices for identifying and resolving these challenges and creating efficiencies when addressing the ever-changing…
This whitepaper explains the five faces of dynamic workforce risk.
This paper reviews the maturation of regulatory stress test regimes and explores diverse use cases where stress testing (or, more broadly, scenario-based analysis) may provide value beyond regulatory stress testing.
Last year’s global report on the true cost of financial crime revealed its impact, not just on companies and governments, but also the human victims exploited by criminal gangs which launder their gains through the financial system. This year we shift our focus onto another critical area,…
This research report offers an inside view on the key challenges these firms are facing in moving to a greener future, the progress made to date, and what's needed to drive sustainable change