The white paper explores reputational, regulatory, financial and strategic risks and outlines why due diligence should be complemented by on-going, risk-based monitoring to improve visibility to supply chain and third-party risk.
This unique report, developed in association with Oracle, draws on the views of more than 150 banking CFOs, CROs and senior executives in data roles to reveal the state of integrated finance in Asia-Pacific and how forward-looking banks can use data to turn their finance and risk functions…
This white paper identifies business functions within the investment management industry that are either already underpinned by AI and machine learning technology, or that practitioners believe will benefit from the implementation of such technologies. It further examines the opportunities and…
After 2021, the UK’s FCA will no longer compel banks to use LIBOR as the benchmark for short-term interest rates. In this Q&A, James Jockle, Chief Marketing Officer and Ping Sun, Senior Vice President of Financial Engineering at Numerix discuss the true impact of LIBOR’s end on curve instruments.
It is clear that technology is affecting the derivatives industry in a multitude of ways. Part two of this whitepaper series focuses on the principal technology-driven enablers and influencers that will reshape competition in the capital markets in the years ahead.
This white paper gives an overview of the methodology and drivers behind the supervisory stress test of 2019.
This paper introduces a different recovery forecasting methodology for LGD (loss given default) parameter and explores stochastic forecasting with details of how to calibrate the model.
In Part I of this white paper series examining the dynamics and future of front office risk technology, Numerix Chief Strategy Officer and SVP of Client Services, Satyam Kancharla delivers an expert view on these drivers of change and their implications for the current and future state of the…
This white paper assesses the scale of the collateral management challenge and considers how firms can best prepare for the future by building greater flexibility around collateral management systems and processes.
This white paper examines why hedge funds in the credit space frequently end up with a patchwork of infrastructure that is expensive to maintain and difficult to scale; and how funds can overcome these issues with a more holistic and modular approach.