This white paper aims to outline the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book's key requirements, and how they translate into processes in and around the trading book. It offers suggestions with respect to best practices for the design and development of a platform to meet concerns raised by…
This whitepaper explores how using integrated analysis tools with drill down and real-time capabilities is essential for effective decision-making in today’s complex derivatives trading arena. It discusses how integrating risk, collateral and capital costs into the front office opens the gateway…
This white paper explores the emerging GRC challenges in the regulatory and business environments. It further discusses how the next-generation of GRC is evolving to suit the new changes business needs.
This white paper discusses how compliance to AML regulation is becoming an increasing force in Asia-Pacific countries and the possible challenges that financial institutions may endure.
Credit risk management only begins with the approval of a loan. The ongoing processes of managing collateral, loan covenants, and monitoring the borrower’s financial condition are key to ensuring that the bank is in the best position to minimize its loss, should the borrower encounter issues.
Financial institutions today are finding their businesses becoming increasingly heterogeneous and, in response, are seeking greater flexibility in their risk management systems and practices.
This white paper explores the challenges that Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB encountered with risk management, and how Axioma’s Risk System helped in solving these issues.
The recent global financial crisis has effectively forced firms to assess internal governance procedures and adopt a wider approach to risk management. However, the backward looking nature of traditional GRC means that it is solely concerned with preventing repetition of previous failings.
The global financial crisis and the aftermath that continues to unfold have created a justifiable obsession with stress among bankers and supervisors. The sharper focus has made stress testing a key component of the evolving global regulatory framework covering risk control and capital discipline.
Wholesale de-risking by financial institutions may seem like a viable compliance strategy when dealing with certain customers, but in the long-term may cause more harm than good.