This white paper breaks down the requirements, methodologies and formulas relating to the 'final' FRTB text. It further provides a more simplified understanding of the potential IT challenges and costs ahead.
This report, examines what banks are doing to achieve FRTB compliance and shares examples of best practice from banks who are leading the way. It looks at the operational impacts of implementing new measures and new technologies, and the expected impact on regulatory capital requirements.
This white paper explores what is involved in implementing new regulations and how the front office will need to adapt in response to the changes.
This report from Chartis explores the key regulatory and business challenges and focusses on the technology landscape for RDAR. It further provides an independent evaluation and description of leading practices from Gresham as well as its competitive position in the market.
This white paper outlines several key articles from MiFID II, which financial institutions should examine in order to make sure they comply with the new risk requirements.
This white paper outlines the key aspects of an effective process framework for managing the risks of bribery and corrupt payments.
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 presents a set of considerations based on findings from a recent survey conducted by the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council, in order to help organizations achieve operational success.
This white paper focuses on the future of collateral management and examines how new regulation has significantly impacted the risks of providing collateral.
In an exclusive WatersTechnology survey of senior financial technology decision-makers, 40 percent of respondents say they have been on existing platforms for more than 10 years, and to succeed in a changing market and meet expectations from customers and regulators alike, firms will benefit from…