This white paper examines how organisations can deliver rich risk aggregation solutions that target requirements such as FRTB. It further explores how Adaptive FRTB Risk Aggregation is built for purpose, to manage the high data volumes and risk aggregation analytics of FRTB calculations.
This white paper explores how IFRS 9 can unite risk and accounting. It further examines how ensuring effective communication and collaboration will be key to achieving this and for getting the best from the new standard.
This white paper examines the challenges faced by risk management executives when attempting to replace their risk technology architectures. It highlights lessons learned during this process and pitfalls to avoid, including those related to technical, operational, and cultural factors.
This white paper explores the need for firms to optimize their operations and create interconnected ecosystems that meet the growing demands of the front office and the evolving needs of the business. It further examines how the rapid rise of artificial intelligence can enhance organisational…
As the 2019 FRTB implementation deadline approaches, this white paper explores the technology infrastructure needed to meet the flexibility, agility, scalability and computational requirements of FRTB.
This white paper examines how well firms are managing portfolios given the data, tools and techniques they are currently using, as well as their level of preparedness for sudden shifts in the investment landscape.
This white paper explores the evolving threat of insurance fraud and discusses how organisations can use fraud analytics to help safeguard themselves. The paper further examines the rise of the arm chair fraudster.
This white paper emphasizes that now is the time to address the extensive inaccuracies in data reporting to ensure data integrity. It further provides an elegant solution to the problem that leverages existing bilateral reconciliation processes and systems.
Winning the face-off against fraud: How the most effective financial institutions are outthinking the bad guys
This white paper breaks down financial crime and addresses the challenges today’s institutions face in fighting these crimes. It further identifies current capabilities, successes and best practices in controlling financial crime.
IBM Counter Financial Crimes Management: Gain superior clarity on identities and relationships linked to financial crime activities with entity analytics
This white paper explores financial crime, including anti-money laundering (AML), anti-terrorist financing and various types of fraud. The paper further discusses how organisations can become better equipped to meet regulatory requirements and prevent financial crimes before they occur.