Increased regulatory requirements that are expanding the necessity for chief financial officers to be proficient in regulations and advanced big data analytics have seen the relationship with chief risk officers develop to facilitate co-operation as never before. This white paper explores the…
This white paper explores how the entire banking and financial services industry is embracing graph in AML compliance. If further examines how those institutions that start early will get ahead of the curve and turn AML compliance from a burden into their advantage.
This white paper explores key data lake questions and proposes a number of ways to tackle the implementation challenges. It goes on to further examine different ways you can optimise the data lake to ensure it fulfils its desired function.
This white paper deals with the pricing of defaultable assets, whether corporate bonds or bank loans, in terms of theoretical and practical issues alike.
Post-MiFID II Compliance: Can your market structure and execution infrastructure meet specified standards over the long haul?
This white paper explores post-MiFID II compliance. It further examines the bare necessities which organisations should be utilising in order to meet industry standards in the “long haul”.
This white paper analyses the findings from a recent SAS research survey and provides guidance on how organisations might best achieve compliance. It further provides a subjective, data-driven view of IFRS 17 along with valuable market context for professionals who are developing their own…
This white paper explores the evolution of the distributed ledger technology (DLT) phenomenon as well as its barriers to adoption. It further examines how blockchain can provide organisations with a solution to some of the issues facing the derivatives market.
This white paper explores how behavioural science technology can cut through data to help identify insider trading. It further examines how technology can identify suspicious trading, so teams can avoid the waves of false positives that occur from using systems which rely on mathematical models.
This white paper analyses the results of a recent WatersTechnology survey which aimed to gain a clearer sense of progress in capital markets adoption of artificial intelligence (AI). It further offers a fascinating study into what could be called ‘qualified optimism’ around AI.
This white paper explores XVA calculation techniques that can accelerate performance and give banks an advantage over competitors. It further explores the benefits of calculating XVA’s using adjoint automatic differentiation over the ‘bump and run’ technique.