Successfully managing risk is becoming more complex. Financial institutions are faced with evolving regulatory challenges, heightened competition, more types and sources of data to analyse and new risk types, all in a low growth environment. However with challenge comes opportunity and with fast, sophisticated insights firms can manage complex risks and seize competitive advantage.
This three-part audiocast series produced by Risk.net and SS&C Algorithmics, looks at how high-performance risk analytics is shaping the future of risk management.
In this final episode, contributing editor Tim Bourgaize Murray talks to Neil Dodgson, vice-president, product management at SS&C Algorithmics, as he charts the development of high-performance risk analytics from the perspective of usability and the user experience.
- 00:50 Re-imagining the risk analytics user experience
- 03:46 Persona-based user interfaces and scenarios
- 07:22 ALM, liquidity and buy-side applications
- 10:20 The future of risk analytics and the user experience
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In part 1 of this series, Neil Dodgson explains how high-performance risk analytics can be deployed in pursuit of business gains.
In part 2 of this series, SS&C Algorithmics’ CTO Curt Burmeister turns the focus on risk analytics accessibility and the opportunity afforded by the cloud.
You can read more about the evolution of high-performance risk analytics in the accompanying article to the series ‘Powering the risk engine – supercharging risk analytics for a new era of volatility’