This market report conducted by Risk and Chartis, breaks down all aspects concerning IFRS 9. Among many things, the report will highlight the challenges financial institutions face as well as how these organisations can incorporate the correct IFRS 9 techniques. This market report is in association…
This white paper discusses how effective financial crime prevention can not only mitigate the risk of threats to an organization and to its customers, but how it can also provide additional benefits such as operational efficiency and improved customer experience.
This white paper will break down the new MAR rules set by the EU, and will look at ways financial organisations from the buy side can develop a response to the EU’s Market Abuse Regulation.
This detailed survey of C-level executives, risk managers and data management professionals highlights the huge value that can be gained from more effective data governance and management.
This white paper will set out the specific challenges that investors in structured finance face and guidelines for effective solutions to help address these challenges.
This white paper explains how firms can normalize their internal data collection processes – and retain the flexibility they need to support the finance and risk functions, and business activities across the enterprise – by adopting a universal data model.
The webinar will explore the new trends for reporting your whistleblowing hotline and discovers benchmarks you can use to evaluate your own results.
This white paper will cover all fundamental aspects concerning the management of collateral, the associated risks and opportunities, as well as the key topics involved in establishing and running a collateral management function.
This white paper assesses the risk associated with a GLWB rider for FIAs and analyses how different modelling choices can affect these risks. In Particular, the impacts of improving the estimate of future caps will be explored.
This white paper explores the differences between the orignal MiFID I and the new MiFID II; the challenges financial institutions will face; and who is responsible for trade reporting under the new regulation