This white paper discusses the three major challenges naturally materializing for companies in the agricultural industry; asset optimization, price volatility and risk management. The paper further explains how firms are taking advantage of technology to leverage the disruption in agriculture.
This 2 part report lays out the current situation ‘how dirty money moves’ and ‘the fight against money laundering’. Find out how to fight this evolving threat and how we can work together towards a mutual objective: making it as difficult as possible for criminals to profit from their crimes.
This white paper will review some of the most important model governance considerations, including how to approach new modeling needs, key differences between models for CECL and models for AIRB and DFAST, and the differing expectations for less complex banks.
This white paper describes how the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s current expected credit loss (CECL) guidance further strengthens the foundation, but implementation won’t be easy and many questions remain.
This white paper discusses the new standards that have been set forth by the FASB and explores how banks should align with the new CECL impairment standards.
This white paper provides an overview of the new standard and analyses the major challenges financial institutions will face in ensuring compliance.
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 report details the risks associated with End User Computing (EUC), as well as the potential consequences to financial institutions. It further discusses the importance of a quantified approach to EUC risk.
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