This white paper examines the European Banking Authorities (EBA) and European Systematic Risk Boards (ESRB) release of macroeconomic scenarios for EU-wide stress testing. It further explores a possible approach to manage the sensitivities of risk parameters to these given scenarios.
This white paper explores how the new regulatory and accounting rules are driving convergence with enterprise risk. Further explore the paper to examine the implications that this will have on credit risk modelling.
This white paper examines the current market risk challenges that concern regulators and the selected steps they are taking, such as Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB). It further explores five strategies beyond FRTB to address the emerging market risk challenges.
This white paper explores four success factors that can be utilised to deliver broader, more efficient surveillance. It further examines the key challenges, solutions and future benefits in achieving successful trader surveillance.
This white paper examines the drivers of Chinese market performance (2017), as well as the upcoming opportunities and challenges of 2018. It goes on to further explore the risks to be mindful of, as well as the current trends and their effect on the wider marketplace.
This Q&A discusses the key factors that investors need to consider when thinking of utilising a smart beta strategy. It further explores how your organisation can improve its exposure to Asian markets, particularly China
This white paper addresses the reasons driving voluntary clearing of emerging market swaps, including the counterparty, capital and operational efficiencies.
In the drive for IFRS 9 compliance, the way institutions manage and utilise data will drastically change. This white paper explores how - for firms looking to capitalise on this overhaul - utilising external data sources to ensure efficiency and freeing of in-house resources is pivotal for…
This white paper addresses the key challenges of FRTB implementation and compliance. It further examines the complexity of managing and collecting all the data required to adequately comply with the FRTB rules.
This special report focuses on the business and operational benefits that banks stand to accrue through the systematization of their cash and liquidity management functions, while also examining the technologies and best practices that firms might look to develop to make such endeavors feasible.