Risk Management

717 white papers and resources

Risk Library provides a selection of risk management white papers which address key questions which can be used in reducing the dangers for your organisation faces and how to utilise any opportunities which may ensue to their maximum capability. Risk management is the assessment and mitigation of risks which have arisen by changes on a local or global scale. Risk management may involve realising opportunities that have resulted from these changes. Within the context of the Risk Library, risk management has been defined under asset liability management, credit risk, enterprise risk management, liquidity risk, market risk, operational risk and settlement risk.

EDM client case study: Managing SRI-ESG data

This case study reveals how Mirabaud Asset Management is using IHS Markit’s Enterprise Data Management (EDM) platform to establish a strong foundation for the its long-term SRI-ESG (socially-responsible / environmental, social and governance investing) strategy. This includes empowering Mirabaud’s…

Equity Life Cycle Management

The equity swaps market has an inefficient, labour-intensive, and manual T+N affirmation process – particularly during reset periods. Buy-side and sell-side participants face uncertainty around settlements, with delays identifying and fixing breaks in a timely manner. This video showcases a…

Stress-Testing

This special report explores the future of stress-testing in the post-Covid-19 era, how firms are tackling the operational and technological challenges involved and how they can maximise value from the strategic insight afforded by the process.

CAPE and the COVID-19 Pandemic Effect

This paper will specifically examine how the CAPE ration has behaved over the COVID-19 pandemic period, extending the analysis beyond the United States equity benchmark to look at the CAPE ratios for the UK, Europe, Japan and China, to analyse the effect of the pandemic across the major equity…

SPAN-2: enhanced margining framework

SPAN has been the industry standard for margining for decades. In recent years, the demands on margin methodologies have increased due to the growth in the diversity and complexity of products and the greater need for portfolio and capital efficiency driven by regulatory change.