This white paper explores IFRS 9 requirements and discusses how implementing a successful IFRS 9 strategy will allow organisations to justify key decisions and actions to employees and external supervisors.
This white paper will explore the Federal Reserve’s “Guidance on Supervisory Assessment of Capital Planning and Positions” (SR 15-18 and SR 15-19). The paper further examines the BCBS’s “Guidance on Credit Risk and Accounting for Expected Credit Losses”.
This white paper analyses the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), covering its origins, responsibilities and priorities. The paper further identifies how market participants interpret the reform and examines some of the FRTB’s key issues.
This white paper explores the uses for Credit Valuation Adjustment (CVA) in meeting the ever changing regulation and reporting requirements.
Best Practices of Business- Specific Stress Testing: Advice From the Front Lines of Bank Risk Management
This white paper, which is the second in a two part series, explores best practices gathered from banks that are successfully using bank-specific stress tests to run their business smarter, safer and more profitably.
This white paper will cover the origins of the Risk-Weighted Assets ratio and the history of its use in financial analysis. The paper will further showcase its characteristics and behavioural traits, exemplified through a number of theoretical tests.
Elements of business-driven stress testing: Going beyond government-mandated stress testing to generate business-specific insights
This white paper, which is the first in a two part series, investigates going beyond government-mandated stress testing to generate business-specific insights and drive better performance.
Credit risk models: Past, present and future - Exclusive video content from the Quant Congress USA Summit
Terry Benzschawel has worked on default models his whole career. In this exclusive video content he looks at the history and origins of credit models, before drawing on present techniques being employed. More importantly Terry discusses the future; and explores consensus models and big data…
This paper examines the current state of stress testing capabilities of banks, with a focus on key areas of weakness – and proposes how banks can address them with strategic investments in new capabilities.
Hear from Jon Dorfman of Napier Park Global Capital giving the keynote address at the RiskHedge New York conference on July 8th. Jon Dorfman will examine the role of hedge funds in a world in which banks are scaling back their businesses.