This white paper explores how organisations can enhance liquidity risk management through innovation and examines the build vs buy dilemma.
This white paper explores the emergence of cognitive GRC platforms and explains how it can help companies out-think risk and anticipate regulation with centralized solutions that engage and empower people all across the business.
This white paper examines the current adoption level of cognitive computing solutions among investment management firms. It further explores how first-mover organisations are planning to take the next steps towards full implementation.
This report analyses various organisational approaches to third party risk management and due diligence. The report further discusses the top challenges to third party risk management programs.
This white paper considers the adoption of CECL with an eye toward assessing its potential benefits – and risks – to the financial system and the broader economy. The paper will further provide suggestions on how the transition to CECL can be managed smoothly for minimal economic impact.
This white paper will break down all aspects concerning FRTB, and will provide a detailed overview of the new standard. The paper further looks at the key FRTB proposals.
This white paper will explore the compliance tech revolution. It explains how RegTech can empower compliance functions to make informed risk choices based on data-provided insights about the compliance risks the company faces and how it mitigates and manages risks.
This white paper will provide financial institutions guidance on how to manage, monitor and optimize liquidity. The paper further addresses why organisations should implement key risk indicators to help provide a holistic view of liquidity.
This white paper explores both the direct and indirect benefits that come with an improved financial crime prevention program. With a bit of foresight and a conscious effort towards innovation, organizations are more likely to achieve these benefits and stay one-step ahead of today’s threats.
This white paper discusses how financial institutions can overcome the challenge of non-standardised data and will look at various organisational data quality issues. It further explores how to make large quantities of data usable and easy to analyse.