Sophisticated risk metrics are no longer the sole preserve of top-tier banks. Thanks to an innovative new style of service model, organizations of all sizes can now support highly complex calculations without breaking the budget.
This white paper explores a new era of streamlined financial reporting and examines how iXBRL is fundamentally changing the way financial reports are prepared and analysed.
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.
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.
Cloud technology’s presence is booming, yet its adoption has mainly been incremental. Based on research conducted by IBM in association with Risk.net, this whitepaper explores firms’ general progress towards cloud transformation and what factors are likely to accelerate cloud adoption.
This white paper examines the top three triggers for window dressing and portfolio pumping. It further provides recommendations firms should abide by to instil investor confidence and ensure global regulatory compliance.
This white paper discusses the steps to enabling full compliance with current regulations in Asia-Pacific. It further examines the challenges associated with new regulations and establishing a robust framework to respond to future regulatory change.
This white paper assesses the key challenges and potential risks of current anti-money laundering and customer due diligence processes, and discusses the opportunity for artificial intelligence and cognitive technologies to drive a step-change in efficiency.
This white paper offers detailed insights on how firms successfully approach and adopt artificial intelligence. It further explores how organizations are using AI today and what AI capabilities are expected to add the most value in the next three to five years.