This white paper examines how well firms are managing portfolios given the data, tools and techniques they are currently using, as well as their level of preparedness for sudden shifts in the investment landscape.
This white paper explores the top objectives, pain points and programme strategies for ethics and compliance professionals. The paper further helps organisations evaluate their ethics and compliance programme in a broader context.
This white paper addresses organisational approaches to third party risk management and due diligence. The paper is full of insight, advice and examples to help organizations recognize and address their third-party risk.
Diane Reynolds is Chief Data Scientist at IBM Industry Solutions for the financial services sector. In this exclusive video Diane discusses the cognitive computing capabilities that IBM is currently developing.
In this exclusive video Grace Brasington (Vice President, Risk and Compliance, IBM Watson) discusses the key risk and regulatory compliance issues faced by many of today's organisations. The video further discusses the solutions being built to help organisations overcome these issues.
In relation to credit specifically, this white paper aims to strengthen a bank’s overall credit risk management strategy. It explores how organisations can use cognitive techniques to become more agile competitors in an increasingly demanding credit landscape.
This white paper explores the tools needed to support cross-border stock investment in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. The paper further provides a convenient and cost efficient offshore market tool for Mutual Market investment.
This market report conducted by Risk and Chartis breaks down risk management technology and opportunities. Among many things, the report examines the risk technology solutions landscape as well as the key risks faced by many of today’s buy-side organisations.
This white paper explores the electricity paradox and outlines a framework for utilities to overcome this existential threat. Faced with rising costs, declining usage and more demanding customers, energy companies must look beyond their current business models.
This white paper explores the new scenarios opened by negative interest rates; the associated risks; and the models organisations can use to account for negative rates.